11 Years Factory wholesale 500W Motor Four Wheel Disabled Electric Mobility Scooter (ES-028) for Uzbekistan Manufacturer
11 Years Factory wholesale 500W Motor Four Wheel Disabled Electric Mobility Scooter (ES-028) for Uzbekistan Manufacturer Detail:
|Motor||brushless hub motor 500W|
|Battery||48V60V 20Ah sealed lead-acid battery All battery with electric protection circuit|
|Controller||500W Brushless controller|
|Performance & Main components|
|Max.speed||25km/h（USA&Canada) ; 32km/h(Europe)|
|Range||50KM(48V12AH)70km(distance by riders weight,terrain,road sufurface etc.)|
|Tyres||front 14″ *2.125 rear 16″*2.5|
|Product colour||white ,orange|
|Front brake||drum brake|
|Front fork||steel with suspension|
|With rheostat||(adjust max speed from 0km/h to25km/h)|
|Throttle||Twist intelligent speed control|
|Unit packaging||Each in a carton Box|
|Qty / Export carton||1 pc /ctn|
|Export carton dimension||145X65X110CM|
|1×20′footer FCL quantity||20pcs|
|1×40′footer FCL quantity||48pcs|
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Controversial they may be, but with 1.1m e-bikes sold in Europe in 2014, they are hard to ignore.
In association with JE James we’re going to guide you through the process of buying an electric mountain bike, all the way from explaining what they do and don’t do, through to recommending specific bikes.
Electric mountain bikes
Mountain bikers love to moan. If we’re not complaining about the advancing tide of new standards, then we are bitching about never having enough time to ride our soon-to-be-out-of-date bikes. Talk about First World problems!
And with the rapid pace of current tyre and wheel size development, the discussion about standards is unlikely to abate any time soon.
What if, however, there was a First World solution that enabled you to ride more? We’re not talking about stretching the space-time continuum, knocking off early from work or making mountain bike orphans of your children every weekend… even if the solution is just as socially unacceptable to some. No, we’re talking about electric mountain bikes!
Power assist motor
With an electric mountain bike (or e-MTB) that gives you assistance up to 25kph, it’s possible to pack twice as much riding into the same amount of time. Those five great trails that you normally ride after work can now be ridden twice. That boring singletrack climb on your lunchtime loop suddenly becomes the highlight of your day. With the extra push from the motor it’s easy to double the distance covered, or do the same ride in half the time.
You’re probably thinking that if you can pack twice as much riding into the same amount of time, then surely the bikes are going to wear out twice as fast? The short answer is, yes! And if you’re always riding the same trails, that means more wear and tear on Mother Nature.
The environmental impact of battery production and increased electricity consumption can’t be ignored either, but if owning an electric mountain bike means that you no longer need to drive to the trails, they could prove to be the greener option.
All of these are legitimate concerns, but they are a topic for another article. The purpose of this test is to find the best electric mountain bike, not to debate whether the category is an inspired idea, or the most evil development in the history of mountain biking.
There is no denying that e-bikes bring a whole new dimension to the term drivetrain, and with them come new players to the world of mountain biking. Bosch, Brose and Yamaha are vying for pole position in this burgeoning category, so for this test we selected three full-suspension bikes from the biggest conventional players, albeit each with a different motor.
First up, we have the Giant Full E+ 1 at £3,199 with the Yamaha X94 Motor. It’s the only bike on test not to have Plus-size tyres, so it’ll be interesting to see if that works in its favour.
Brose is represented by the Specialized Turbo Levo FSR Comp 6Fattie at £4,000. With its integrated approach to design, it’s undeniably one of the best looking e-bikes to date.
The final bike in our trio is the Bosch-equipped Trek Powerfly 9 LT Plus. At £4,350 it’s the most expensive bike in the test, but it also has what looks to be the best specification and sizing.
So, three new electric mountain bikes; each guaranteeing to turbocharge your ride and provide electrical assistance to ease the miles, but which one will light up the trails? Let’s find out…
Read more at https://www.mbr.co.uk/buyers_guide/electric-mountain-bikes-348254#7xQvGjI1JHESV5lk.99
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