A winter bicycle tour on the C&O is a rare treat for me… but warm February weather in the DC area made it impossible to resist. Come along for the ride with Belle Starr and me!
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The Journal: The magical mystery winter bicycle tour
- Washington, DC to Swains Lock
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- A relatively large battery (20.400mAh 100W output).
- That said, it’s way heavier than comparable 20.4mAh batteries and bigger too.
- 2 USB ports with smart charging tech that maximizes power and minimizes charge times.
- Flow through charging – power devices while charging the battery (great for one outlet situations)
- The difference (and reason for the bulk) is the ability to charge AC power with a “regular” plug (3 prong for US and similar countries; European and other outlets available too)
- I love the screen that gives detailed battery data so I know precisely how much juice is left
- The weight makes it more of a “camp” battery – wouldn’t keep it in a handlebar bag.
- I think this is great if you are doing a longer ride with (a) spotty access to AC, and (b) AC powering needs.
- If you’re only in need of USB power, this is not the battery for you. There are cheaper and lighter/smaller batteries.
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