Don’t be fooled, an electric bicycle is not the same as a moped. Electric bikes have a battery on board but you still need to pedal at least some of the time. They’re limited in how fast the power can make them go, too, so once you’ve hit 15 mph then the motor cuts out and it’s all down to you. Most electric bikes are pedal-assist, Panasonic make excellent batteries for bikes.
Remember, when you’re using an electric bike, you’re carrying extra weight – often about 7 kg or more compared to a regular bike. Electric bikes cost more than regular bikes, too. Bikes were tested on various terrains and any big variations from stated range noted – though the more effort you put in, the further they’ll go. If the battery does go flat, it’s not like an electric car: you can still pedal.
Electric Bikes appeared on Video:
1. Raleigh Motus Hub Lowstep – http://amzn.to/2qgxu2i
2. Specialized Turbo Levo HT 29 – http://bit.ly/2psc0g0
3. Coyote Commute Folding Electric Bike – http://bit.ly/2qgzk32
4. Woosh Krieger – http://bit.ly/2pvGSyj
5. Pinacle Lithium Ion – http://amzn.to/2qiHkh8
6. Volt Kensigton – http://amzn.to/2oSVIuJ
7. GoCycle G3 – http://amzn.to/2qqgYta
8. Infineum Extreme – http://bit.ly/2oVNcvY
10. Raleigh Strada TSE – http://bit.ly/2pgDdnz