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kneedeep   100 W

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Good entry value

Post by kneedeep » Jun 20 2017 10:30am

I tested this about April in Toronto at Emmo on Spadina. This was priced at $1150 CAD the bike was sturdy and the components worked well. I ment to post way back then but lost track till I seen a local ad so copy and pasted the specs.

Emmo Electric Bicycle E-Wild - :Fat Tire,
In frame controller system,
On frame Lithium Battery,
Bafang Motor Controller System,
Equipped with Top end components,
7 Speed, Lightweight,
Aluminum FrameTire:26″ x 4″ Kenda Tire with inner tube
Weight:30 kgs
Maximum Speed:32 km/h
Travel Range:40 km
*Charging Time:3 – 6 Hours
Climbing Angle:18 Degrees
Load Capacity:140kg
Motor:Bafang 500W Brushless / 48V DC
Power Assist System:Bafang 5 Levels system
Battery:48V/12Ah Lithium Battery
Charger:AC100-120V, Smart Charger (Battery maintained while charging)
Gears:SHIMANO ALTUS 7 Speeds
Front Brake:Tektro Novela disc brake system Rear Brake:Tektro Novela disc brake system
Handle bar:ProMax
Meter & Indicator:LCD Indicator: Battery Strength, Power Assist Level, Travelling Distance and Speed
Seat:ProMax bar and Selle Royal Seat
Pedal Arm:Chainwheels Lasco

*Travel range is based on riding on level ground, no stops, no winds, warm temperatures for a 175lb rider with no extra cargo.
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neptronix   100 GW

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Re: Good entry value

Post by neptronix » Jun 20 2017 11:32am

Looks like a nice alternative to a sondors bike. Similar powertrain, better battery, less walmart grade bike parts..

That weight though.. what a pig :(
My first major build: 8T MAC motor on a Trek 4500.
The new all-arounder: Leafmotor 1500w on a Turner O2 full suspension.

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