|This was a conversion done for a local customer. He was looking for a road bike that could use the higher power kits and that also had disc brakes. It’s sometimes hard to get the kits onto disc bikes, especially if using the larger direct drive motors as there is limited room to get the disc caliper between motor and disc itself. Thankfully, the Apollo Trace (model 2) came together nicely and posed no problems. It’s also great for conversion due to the strong rigid forks. The bicycle itself typically retails for around the $600 mark and kits are between $1050-$1200. This kit used the super tube battery (11.6Ah) and I tested it and found it to still have battery power after 30km with light pedalling (using 500W motor).