Unfortunately for us, mud and technology don’t mix very well together. Most modern E-Bikes are well sealed from the elements but problems can still occur. Chris shows you some common faults, how they can be diagnosed, when you can fix them yourself, and when you should take your E-MTB to a shop.
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Sometimes it can be as simple as turning it off and then on again, other problems might require a bit more effort. From dead batteries and displays to worn motor bearings and water damage. Chris shows you how to solve the most common E Mountain bike problems.
Can you think of any other common problems? Let us know in the comments!
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