Fishing e Bike Accessories and Parts- Magicycle Customization

Fishing e Bike Accessories and Parts- Magicycle Customization

I had to add a number of e bike accessories and parts to customize my Magicycle ($100/$250 discount code below) for fishing. I walk through what electric bike accessories came with the Magicycle ebike, and review how I customize the handlebars and added parts to a milk crate to haul my ebike fishing gear. This cruiser is ready for the beach or the mountain! #magicycle

00:00 Introduction
00:12 Fishing Bike Components
01:34 eBike Fishing Lessons Learned from Beach Test
02:45 Milk Crate Customization for ebike fishing
05:36 Front to Back Walk Through
07:56 Conclusion and Summary

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  1. Jim White on December 10, 2022 at 12:26 am

    Optimization of space available! Very well done. Looking at your garage workspace, it is obvious you are very well organized

  2. Frank Ladd on December 10, 2022 at 12:33 am

    You definately convinced me to get the step through and change my hitch rack.

  3. richard shaw on December 10, 2022 at 12:41 am

    Going to grab Magicycle for fishing!

  4. retnav92 on December 10, 2022 at 12:46 am

    Not sure if your Magicycle has accessories, but the 4 pre-threaded mounts on the front of the post below the handlebars are for mounting nice, various-size metal baskets/platforms made from the tubular mat’l like the rear cargo rack mat’l. They’re always a bit pricey, but will provide extra gear-carrying capacity. I bought a double water bottle holder to mount to the front bolts on my rig. Will the bike alarm mount fit better somewhere on the smaller diameter tubular frame of the rear rack? Just a thought.
    Which hitch-mount bike rack are you using?

  5. Chris Mcginnis on December 10, 2022 at 12:48 am

    Curious what type of bike carrier is that up against the wall?? Weight rated??

  6. Tim Hunt on December 10, 2022 at 12:55 am

    I can’t stop thinking about this. I have turned into a yak’n junkie. Starting an e-trike that will tow my yak. I’m using my yak wheels w/ a small 1inch sch40 pvc pipe to mount to the trike. Love the show! WHOOHOO! God speed every one.

  7. David Wolf on December 10, 2022 at 1:02 am

    I also carry a spare tube and handle bar jacks. Using the tube is faster if you get a flat. The handle bar jacks allow you to turn the bike upside down while protecting your display but they DO NOT WORK on soft surfaces. You would need develop two small platforms for the jack legs to support them in sand. I have not come up with a solution for that yet. I have all this and like you used Flat OUT and have yet to have a flat tire since I began using it. I have utilized the handle bar jacks several times to work on my bike. For chain lube use a dry lube so the sand does not stick to your chain and cassette. Also consider a larger pump. E bike tires have low pressure and high volume. You might try letting the air out of one tire and seeing how your hand pump works. I bought a high volume pump AND an rechargeable bicycle pump that is very compact and works great. I hope I have spent enough of your money.

  8. Milton Sokolovich on December 10, 2022 at 1:07 am

    You should for sure use the bike alarm and the bike lock thief’s are professional now and days

  9. Rick Sparber on December 10, 2022 at 1:08 am

    I have a similar bike and age. Try laying the bike down at 45 degrees to get on and off.

  10. Ryan Clabough on December 10, 2022 at 1:10 am

    So you’re the reason I can’t get a front rack for my wife’s bike and mine. Love your setup and your forward thinking.

  11. Sgt Major on December 10, 2022 at 1:11 am

    Well done.

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