Contrast Of Several Ebikes



jenny james

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[SIZE=12pt]Here is the contrast of several popular ebikes on the market to show the range in cost, weight, mileage, flexibility, speed control, safety and the length of time it takes to recharge the battery: [/SIZE]





[SIZE=9pt]Storm eBike[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]Wave eBike[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]Freway eBike[/SIZE]


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[SIZE=9pt]eZip Trailz Commuter[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]Pedego City Commuter Classic[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]Cost[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]$650[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]$599[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]$499[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]$3800[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]$999[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]$2500[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Weight (lbs)[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]55 [/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]50 [/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]50[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]42[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]65[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]50 [/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]mileage[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]50[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]52+[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]52+[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]35[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]25[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]50[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Flexibility[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]Easily glide through snow, sand and wet surfaces[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Sit back and relax with the twist of the throttle and cruise on the fully electric motor, or pedal on your own as you would with a classic bicycle. For maximum range, use hybrid mode by pedaling while using the electric motor.[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]You may switch three cycling mode easily by touch screen[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]When activated, the “power-on-demand” propulsion system can reach speeds of up to 18 mph from its free-spinning, 300-watt motor mounted to the front wheel, which delivers 500 watts at peak. Just give a half-twist to the throttle and away you go. [/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Once you’ve selected a battery using the switch on the rear rack you use a toggle switch on the right handle bar to select from twist and go (TAG) or pedal assist mode (PAS).[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Three drive modes and five levels of pedal assistance.[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Speed control (mph)[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]20[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]28[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]28[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]28[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]15[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]20[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Safety[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]The throttle won’t start until one presses a button to activate the motor.[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]You won't have to worry about being stuck with a flat tire as much knowing you're riding on extra thick tire tubes that are internally coated with a puncture resistant sealant. [/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Riding mode switch on fingertips[/SIZE]​
[SIZE=9pt]Auto front/back lights[/SIZE]​
[SIZE=9pt]Battery Locker[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]You will love the control and dependability of the Avid BB7 front disc brake plus the efficient and reliable Avid Single Digit 5 V in the rear.[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Seven gears on a Shimano rear cassette with an oversized ring for climbing, the front chain ring has an aluminum bash guard that doubles as a chain guide to keep the chain from falling off[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Five levels of pedal assist mode for a more natural riding experience[/SIZE]​
[SIZE=9pt]LCD display with USB charging port for your phone and other devices. Front and rear lights. Kevlar belted tires help prevent flats.[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]Recharge time (hrs)[/SIZE]


[SIZE=9pt]3[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]3-5[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]2.6[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]3[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]6[/SIZE]​


[SIZE=9pt]3[/SIZE]​
 

Oliver Jeff

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the eBike taht I wanna to buy is just for a less cost but a good performance bike,anyway,thanks for the share
 

Corzhens

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The e-bike I am looking at costs $300 in the Chinese store. The only problem is the maintenance, the so called after-sales service. I am waiting for some feedback on the buyers since we cannot discount the fact that electronic equipment will have a problem. But the capability of that e-bike is quite good to me since it can run for 20 kilometers or more depending on the road condition, that's in one full charge. And it is zero pollution so I think it's good.
 

MotownBikeBoy

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Corzhens, just out of curiosity, is there any kind of a manufacturer name and model you can provide? - I would be really curious to see what $300 (I assume you mean U.S. Dollars?) buys there - I think the cheapest e-bikes I've seen advertised here are at or a little more than $1,000 U.S., and prices go way up from there.
 

Keyan

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I think the data presented is quite hard to read for me the way it was formatted. I do appreciate the facts you presented though. One thing that concerns me should I buy an e bike is the length of time it takes to charge the battery and how long can it last me in a day. I know some e automobiles that last only for four hours maximum but those are not bikes.
 

Thomas axlance

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the same question that I want to ask you ,even though the details you have listed,but I want to know whether the battery is long lasting or not ,and the time to recharge.
 

jenny james

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Keyan said:
I think the data presented is quite hard to read for me the way it was formatted. I do appreciate the facts you presented though. One thing that concerns me should I buy an e bike is the length of time it takes to charge the battery and how long can it last me in a day. I know some e automobiles that last only for four hours maximum but those are not bikes.
for example ,the freway eBike take 2.6Hours to recharge,100% battery can ride you for 60 miles mostly, and also the battery pack have outlet USB to recharge your mobile phone.
 

Oliver Jeff

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Keyan said:
I think the data presented is quite hard to read for me the way it was formatted. I do appreciate the facts you presented though. One thing that concerns me should I buy an e bike is the length of time it takes to charge the battery and how long can it last me in a day. I know some e automobiles that last only for four hours maximum but those are not bikes.
so do I ,but what concerns me most is whether the real price it charge is ture, the price is pretty low for the electric bike.
 

Thomas axlance

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the data about the different types of the eBike is difficult to distinguish , so, I just focus on the price and flexibility,that is good for me ,
 

Oliver Jeff

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Thomas axlance said:
the data about the different types of the eBike is difficult to distinguish , so, I just focus on the price and flexibility,that is good for me ,
here is the problem, everyone has his or her own incliantion to the eBike,its well performance is most important for me,and the price is also my concern, but I think it's difficult to choose a good eBike,