I was just watching the "Nireeka Smart Ebike Laboratory Testing" video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1A3JnsqELPo and 31 seconds in to the video it show the Frame Fatigue test.
I noticed there was a lot of vibration on the top part of the frame where the weight is over the seat post. Not having any experience with Carbon fiber I can see how flexible the fram really is.
How much weight is placed on the bike?
I can see there are two weights on the front as well as the back. What does this test tell you and what is it you look for later?
This bike will surely be one comfortable bike to ride judging by the flexibility as well as the added suspension.
Sorry for all the questions but if one wanted to tow a trailer with lets say a gross weight of say 50 to 70 kg behind this bike what part of the bike would you recommend to be the best part for hitching the trailer too. Some trailers connect to the seat post while others to the rear wheel and or frame.
After watching this video I am thinking the rear wheel is going to be the safest.I would love to hear your thoughts about the frame and its strength and even things to look out for to make sure we get the best out of the bike.