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The difference between electric bicycles and ordinary bicycles is not only in the battery, in this blog, we're going to talk about the many differences between electric bikes and regular bikes.

1. Handlebars

A backlit LCD display and accelerator are added to the handlebars of 1000 watt electric bikes .

The display shows your speed, odometer, trip and battery level.

You can control your speed by adjusting the throttle, giving you forward momentum when the pedal is not applied.
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2. Battery

The battery assists your ride, and the battery can power your bike for an average of 40 miles.

The battery is removable and our battery has a dedicated key lock so you can take the battery with you and charge it anywhere! Are you curious what batteries are made of? Usually comes with Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) or Lithium-Polymer (LiPo) batteries.

3. Gear

Since the average fat tire electric bike is equipped with 7-8 gears, the rider can fully customize the ride according to his wishes.

If you want to ride fast, choose high gear + high pedal assist.

If you want to do some cardio, choose Low Gear + Low Pedal Assist.

4. Motor

What is the maximum wattage for a 1000w folding electric bike motor? Most of our electric bikes use 1000W Bafang brushless geared hub motors.

With 1000W of continuous power and 100Nm of torque at your disposal, the high-speed brushless geared hub motor can help you conquer the roughest terrains with ease.

When cruising on flat roads, the motor stays at 500 watts. Facing steep trails or rocky terrain, a mountain e-bike can do it all.

5. Appearance

In fact, there is no obvious difference between electric bikes and bike in terms of appearance, but only includes an electric drive system.

This includes adding a motor, battery, and sometimes a display. The battery is what powers the motor, and it assists when you pedal, helping propel the bike forward.

6. Speed

The bike has an electric motor, which means that the electric bike is faster than the ordinary bike.

Of course, this question mostly depends on how fast a person usually rides.

Typical Ebike motors can run at speeds as high as 20 or 28 MPH.

If you want to go at high speed, the engine will stall and you need to rely solely on the power of your legs to pedal forward.

7. Terms and Conditions

Electric bikes are subject to regulations and rules, and they are subject to government regulations regarding speed and power limits, but this usually doesn't affect the rider. But other rules may vary from state to state.

For example, some states require helmet use, while others have a minimum age to operate an e-bike. Rules may also vary based on your specific bike's Class I, II, and III capabilities, so you can check with your land manager or municipality to determine where you can ride an e-bike.

Electric bikes are an excellent choice for friends who love riders. I am happy to help you find the best electric bike for you and give you the most comfortable riding experience.
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