Since Dec 24, 2018


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Apr 6, 2022

Here is a quick demonstration of the final version of the NSD. Specs: We're using a touchscreen 6.53 inches smartphone-type display with 720x1600 pixels resolution on the NSD. Features: All the promised features are included. Installation: The NSD will be replaced with your current Nireeka display. It's plug&play. Connectivity: This device is connected to your Nireeka dashboard and your forums profile page so you can track/analyze and share all your riding data from there. The internet connection will be achieved using the integrated SIM card. Update: OTA update will be used for updating the firmware and the user interface. Release date: The final release date will be announced soon.

Nov 29, 2021

Hisaaki replied to "Design of the day!"
Hi Chris.
Thank you for replay.
While I'm on the fence about it, Japan has put restrictions on travel from overseas again, so I'll have to wait and see what happens before I consider it again!

By the way, how do I order the red NYX battery on the top screen and the red inside of the rear frame?
Hisaaki, We have the Nyx in stock. If you order one, it ships in a week and takes 30-40 days to get there. The NSD would work on all the Nireeka bikes.

Nov 26, 2021

Hisaaki replied to "Design of the day!"
If I order NYX now, how long will the delivery time be?
By the way, this is for an order from Japan.
Also, will NSD be available for NYX?

Aug 4, 2021

We're glad to announce that Nireeka Nyx Electric Bicycle is Golden Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design Award Category.

Jun 28, 2021

Hi, first video of the series. Quite vloggy, raw one, showing you the parts and the overview of the upgrade path. Enjoy! Second video is online:

Jun 26, 2021

I'm glad you got it all sorted out!
The short cable is a mystery, but it's common for Nireeka to have different parts at different times, so maybe that's how it works.

I think I saw someone on facebook who modified a rubber grommet to attach the hole at the bottom.
I was going to use a 3D printer to make a nice cover, but I totally forgot about it until now.
I'll try to create one soon.

Enjoy your Nireeka life, Mihai:)

Jun 25, 2021

The attached photo is with the cable connected, but I think there was quite a bit of room.
It's the same frame so I don't think it makes a difference...
Is the torque sensor cable wrapped around the sensor during installation, resulting in a shorter cable?
I don't remember having any trouble with the length of the cable.
My frame is an early frame, and it may be because I drilled the holes at the shortest distance.
The parts that need to be tightened should follow the torque regulations, but the parts that need to be fine-tuned should be done by feel.

I checked on the actual vehicle, and the chainring is not turning at an angle or warping irregularly.
Perhaps the BB is installed at an angle on your bike, or the threaded groove on the BB is installed incorrectly.

However, the shape of the frame makes it look as if it is somewhat slanted.
If you look at the chainring from the front and don't see it swinging, you should be fine.
Hi mihai.
I saw your latest post. I see you posted it over here.
Are you sure you are not tightening the inner bearing too hard?
If you tighten it according to the torque, it might not work.

May 30, 2021

A preview of the mobile app
Hello everybody. It's been a few months since the latest update about the NSD. The good news is that while the NSD is in the latest stages and a demo video will be published next week, the Android/iOS app is also ready and you will be able to download it very soon. As the above picture suggests, NSD is a part of a triangle that makes your bike smart while each part is independent and can work seamlessly without the other parts. Mainly, the NSD is responsible for gathering data from the bike and is the bridge to the bike's controller, the application is responsible for some analysis and controlling the settings, the CP (customer panel) is a comprehensive control or command center for all happening in this triangle. We also use the CP (admin side) for diagnosing the bike remotely using online and real-time statistics. In addition, the CP will be used for sharing your riding records with the other Nireeka owners on the forum

May 18, 2021

Folks, after getting over the disappointment of an ill-fitting seat post, I can honestly say that I am really enjoying my gen-3 Nireeka Homie. For an e-mountain bike with all these features, I find it really easy to load onto my bike carrier. I have taken it for rides on pavement and gravel and it's truly awesome. I am planning a rear shock upgrade plus other suggestions I've seen on this site. I will also be ordering an extra battery. Funny thing is that I bought it for my girlfriend but I am the one riding it the most. It's a blast! LOL

Apr 12, 2021

Hisaaki replied to "Is Nireeka still in business?"
I think they're doing something on Instagram, because they're running some NYX ad videos.

Mar 12, 2021

Hisaaki replied to "Pearlized vs Standard Red"
Thank you.
I basically only ride it around town, so I changed the tires for that.
They offer less resistance and allow you to go with less effort.
The model of the tire is the PIRELLI Cycl-e GT.
A little expensive:-/
Very neat picture, <a href="/forum/profiles/username/hisaaki-kobayashi">@hisaaki-kobayashi</a> I also like your tires.

Mar 5, 2021

Hisaaki replied to "Pearlized vs Standard Red"
This is what it looks like in sunlight
Hisaaki replied to "Pearlized vs Standard Red"
My Homie is Pearlized Red.
In indoor lighting, the color looks like the attached photo.

Feb 28, 2021

It is almost certain that the bike will be delivered, but when it will arrive is a matter of luck.
I'm sure it's partly due to COVID-19, but I think it's also their nature.
Let's wait patiently.

Dec 5, 2020

I got my bike today!! Was just causally looking out the window, saw a big box, then saw 'Nireeka' on the side.

Dec 3, 2020

Hisaaki replied to "Speed"
Perhaps, but I think it would be a solution if NSD could.
If you can, that is.

Nov 24, 2020

I replaced mine with a 48 tooth Deckas. It is the largest front sprocket that will fit my 19” frame. If you have a 21” your might be able to go a little larger, but that is pure speculation. This made a significant increase in rideability, as the 500 watt motor can easily hit 27-30 mph unassisted. Now I can ride at higher speeds and still maintain pace with the motor.

Nov 23, 2020

I've replaced it with a 44T front gear, but even so, I won't be changing into a lower gear.
Maybe 46 or 48 would have been better? I think.
It is mainly for use in the urban areas of the flatlands.

Oct 21, 2020

No problem Hisaaki. For anyone who needs the tool: I went to my local bikeshop and the told me to order a: Bottom Bracket Tool 44 Mm 16 Notch I found a cheap one in above link.

Oct 20, 2020

Hello Chris.
There's a wire in the picture above that says [Headlight?], but I actually measured it with a tester and it was always 5V.
Is it correct to say that this wire is for a USB connection?
If so, where do you connect the wires to the headlights that can be controlled by the display?

Oct 15, 2020

Thank you all for the clear instruction and Photos. It helped me to indentify i was missing some parts before i started to dissasemble my bike. Yesterday i finally installed my Torque sensor. I love the way i does ride now (only a pitty it is limitted to 25km/h) i took the upportunity to add some extra wires to the 5V connector for my headlite besides the charger. Regards, Mike

Oct 3, 2020

Looking at the photo of Nicholas on FB, it looks like the nut is not on.

I think you have to put a proper nut on it so it doesn't come loose, but the bolt is pretty long, so I don't think the axle will suddenly come off.
As I'm struggling to get it off now.

Oct 2, 2020

How about gluing a suitable tool to the spinning bracket, with instant glue, and turning it from the other side?

Oct 1, 2020

The fork in the video above looks like it has suspension, so I'm guessing it's not the same type as fredrik's Prime fork.

Sep 24, 2020

Hisaaki replied to "Feature Request"
When I wrote it, I realized that it's already there.
Do you get a notification at the bell in the upper right corner?
Hisaaki replied to "Feature Request"
I'd like to have the annotation(mention) feature because I sometimes miss replies to me.
Hi Michael.
I missed it all and was slow to respond.
The blue tool ended up not being able to tighten the other side, so I bought another tool.
According to the bafang video, the [SHIMANO TL-FC38] seems to fit.

Sep 21, 2020

It is not necessary to install the original cadence ring

Sep 19, 2020

I used these tools.
I couldn't use one though because it hit the shaft.
Am I missing a tool to remove the outside of the bottom bracket?(According to Chris' video in this thread, the SHIMANO TL-FC38)

Sep 14, 2020

Error 30H is a communication error between components.
Why don't you check the connection to the torque sensor and motor?
You may have a loose connector connection or a broken PIN inside.
Hisaaki replied to "Happy Gamers Day!"
Be careful not to open up the throttle too much;)

Sep 13, 2020

This is a great comparison video by the Nireeka owner Nicholas Raftopoulos.

Sep 8, 2020

Hisaaki replied to "Questions"
Thanks for the reply, Chris.
I'm waiting for your email about the NSD completion!
Hisaaki replied to "Questions"
If I want a 4G version of NSD when the NSD is completed, what procedures do I need to follow if I want a 4G version of NSD?
Oh my God. As I recall, when the torque sensor was announced, I only remember being informed that it was not compatible with the 1000w motor.
The standard battery in the 500w motor was a 36v battery battery battery, which means it won't work if you haven't upgraded the battery.
Did Nireeka send parts for a 48v battery to a customer who only had a 36v battery?
I don't think that's the right response.

Sep 4, 2020

If it works well, I'd love for you to share your pin assignment information with us!
I think the voltage is coming when the display is showing, so I wonder if it's a lack of contact with the battery bracket terminals or the battery itself?
This is a great improvement!
A new section "Support" added to the Customer Panel. From this section you can create a ticket and get support from the Nireeka team directly; fast, easy, and clean. Soon you will have everything related to your bike in one single system.

Sep 3, 2020

Ignition Key is dead.
All you need to do to turn it on is to press the power on button on the control panel.
The radar function is clearly listed in the NSD's feature list, so I assume that the wiring to connect to the radar from the NSD itself will be included.
I don't think the torque sensor has anything to do with controlling the radar.

Aug 29, 2020

I was able to register with no problems!
You'll need to have proof of importation when you register, but the document that came with the nireeka was fine.
I registered at a home improvement store, not a specialty bike shop.

Aug 25, 2020

Chris, thank you!
By the way, I'm sure there will be an error in the speedometer, but I'm not sure I'll be able to hold out until the NSD is ready.