The double folding kickstand is a very good option for folding bikes. Help to fold the bike and carry it by hand on the subway, inside buildings and in the elevator. How can I put it on the Fiido X? I don't see the metal tab with the hole needed for this at the base of the seat post.
Can a rack or roof rack be installed on the rear wheel? Can you install fenders?
Definitely a Great bike , 250w but no problem to take me up any steep hills. Cruise control is great. Only downside is the mud guard … took my husband two hours to put them on ( he is pretty good with fixing bikes etc )
Also if the bike lock had an English instruction would be fantastic but the customer service was quick and nice when I asked about the bike lock. I am a very happy rider.
I bought this in the UK and have had it for a couple of weeks now. My main concern was whether it would cope with the hills in my local area (Brighton). I didn't expect to rocket up the steep inclines where I live but was concerned if the motor would cope at all. I went with the D11 rather than the D4S because the motor spec has a bit more torque. I'm glad to say that it's enough for me. You need to pedal uphill but not that hard at all - even with just this 250w hub motor, it makes all the difference for me. I think the gradient on my road is an average 10.9% and I live half a kilometre up the hill. Other routes home are even a bit steeper than that. I can now pedal up without feeling I need to call for an ambulance. Which means I now go out for a ride when I previously avoided it through dreading the uphill climb home. The other thing is that I live in a first-story flat: I can take the bike upstairs and fold away in a corner - away from the rain and thieves. Very pleased.