Factory Wholesale PriceList for CE Mountain Electric Bicycle (TDE-002) to Kenya Factories
Factory Wholesale PriceList for CE Mountain Electric Bicycle (TDE-002) to Kenya Factories Detail:
|Motor||180W-250W High speed brushless DC hub intelligent motor|
|Battery||24V,8AH/10AH,or 36V,8AH/10AH Li-ion battery are available|
|Charge||AC 110V-240V 50/60HZ|
|Performance & Main components|
|Max.speed||25km/h (EU) or 32km/h(USA&Canada)|
|Range||30-55km Or pedaling-electyic model 40-65km|
|Frame||Lightweight 6061 aluminum frame|
|Tyres||KENDA 26 “×1.95|
|Battery case||PP plastic|
|Wheels||Alloy rims and lightweight aloy hubs|
|Front fork||double crown, hydraulic suspension|
|Brake||Fornt disk brake / Rear V-brake|
|Handle bar &stem||aluminum|
|Mounting ability||more than 10 degrees|
|PAS||With 1:1 intelligent pedal assistant system|
|Head set||water resistant headset|
|N.W/G.W||24/28.5 KGS (with 36V,10AH Li-ion battery)|
|1×20′footer FCL quantity||96pcs|
|1×40′footer FCL quantity||195pcs|
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Power assisted bicycles https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/safety…rules/…/power-assisted-bicycles
Jan 6, 2015
Power assisted bicycles are likely to have similar performance characteristics to pedal powered bicycles so the same road rules apply. These types of power assisted bicycles are not required to be registered nor the rider required to be licensed.
Definition of a power assisted bicycle
A power assisted bicycle is identical to a pedal powered bicycle, except it has an auxiliary motor. Power assisted bicycles have two definitions in Victoria:
A pedal cycle with one or more auxiliary propulsion motors attached which has a combined maximum power output not exceeding 200 watts.
A bicycle certified as a Pedalec (compliant with European Committee for Standardization EN 15194:2009 or EN 15194:2009+A1:2011 Cycles – Electrically power assisted cycles – EPAC Bicycles). This bicycle features an auxiliary power producing no more than 250 watts and specifies this as a continuous rating. It also restricts the top power assisted speed to 25 kilometres per hour and requires the rider to pedal to access the power.
A motorised bicycle is not classed as a bicycle if:
the motor is the primary source of power
the motor’s power output exceeds 200 watts (whether or not the motor is operating).
These are considered to be motorcycles. The rider will be required to hold a motorcycle licence and have the vehicle registered before it can be used on the road network. Motorcycles cannot be ridden on footpaths or bicycle paths. Motorcycle riders must wear an approved motorcycle helmet.
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