tostino wrote:Well, my bike while i'm going 25mph on my bike, averaging 22mph on flat land with no wind, I am getting about 17-20 wh/mi.... If i'm blasting about going 45mph, my wh/mile can range from 35-45 wh/mi.
SoSauty wrote:My Ping 48V 10ahr batt provides 500W and I get close to 25mi with easy pedalling, maybe 400W Bafang. I weigh 180lbs, and cruise 20-22mph on somewhat level terrain. So, around 20W per mile My Lith-ion is a slightly stronger performer, 48V 10.5 provides 525W and will run 30 miles at 19-20mph in the hills with easy pedalling, C-lyte 408 maybe 500W; 17.5W per mile for it
http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=16553JEB wrote:On a 6 mile run, same place every time (to stores) I found that if I used 100% battery power it would take 1amp hour per mile @ 24 volts. or 6amp hours for the run. On a sunny day when I was not in a hurry, peddeling away from every stop, and running 12 to15mpr instead of full throttle (20~mph), only 3 amp hours were used for the same trip. Lots of savings using the same wheel size.
D-Man wrote:Interesting. An ebike takes double the amount of watts as a road bike at 20mph. At 30mph, it uses 3 times the amount of watts.
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