Here is a video that shows how to install a BionX Electric Assistance Kit to your bike. The BionX electric assistance kit is a premium electric bike system. You just retrofit your existing bike with a new back wheel (which has the motor built in), a battery, and a console to control it all. You can do it yourself, or get your local bike shop to do it for you. It takes about an hour. If you are not sure you can do it yourself, it should cost you about $100 to get a qualified bike shop to do it.
As you can see, this video breaks down the steps required to install a BionX electric conversion kit. It shows that the process is possible for those with good basic bike skills. You can play the video on silent, as there is no dialogue, just music. The instructions are written, not spoken. Before starting the process, watch the whole video to make sure you have all the requisite tools ready at hand.
BionX Electric Assistance Kits – a Truly Great System
I have used BionX electric assistance kits for years, and really love them. You still have the wonderful feel of regular biking (although the bike is heavier). And you can still cycle without assistance whenever you want, such as on flats or downhills.
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