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Here are some important tidbits about the motor and battery of an e-bike. If you want detailed information about what emovement’s bike to electric bike conversion entails, you can go back to this page
Electrical assistance in a bicycle is only as useful as the range it can provide you. So, selecting the right battery is essential. Of course, larger batteries are more expensive; you’ll have to analyze your needs carefully before selecting an option
Here’s the estimated range for a full-suspension electric bike.
Please note that hardtail electric bikes – with only a front suspension fork – will have a longer range than these values.
E-Bike Battery (48V)
Maximum Distance; 100kg bike+rider weight, full-suspension 250W e-bike on plain London roads with PA-Level 1/5
Range (battery life) of a full-sus electric bike for 100kgs combined Rider+Bike weight
When investing in an electric bike battery, achieving a balance between range and budget is in your best interest:
Since the motor is the heart of an e-bicycle and its power directly affects the riding experience, you should know which motor wattage to pick for your intended use. Whether you regularly commute, ride for leisure, or tackle various terrains, you need a motor power that aligns with the UK’s legal requirements and delivers optimal performance.
In the UK, the legal limit for an electric bike motor power is 250 watts, and the maximum assisted speed is 25 kph. Any e-bike surpassing these specifications will require registration, insurance, and a driving license. We recommend ensuring that your electric bike motor adheres to these regulations to avoid potential legal complications and integrate safe usage of roads and paths.
Motor wattage significantly impacts an e-bike’s performance. A higher-wattage motor will provide more power, allowing for improved acceleration and the ability to tackle steep terrains with ease. However, it may also consume more power.
It’s paramount to align the wattage with your cycling needs and preferences. While a more powerful motor might seem appealing, a 250W motor is usually sufficient for everyday commuting, leisurely rides, and even off-roading.
Another thing your motor wattage will influence is the battery’s longevity between charges. With a higher wattage motor, your bike is likely to consume battery at a quicker rate, even if it offers a powerful performance. Consequently, the distance you can travel on a single charge will be reduced. Understanding this relationship helps riders select a motor that meets their range requirements without having to frequently charge their vehicle.
We integrate our electric bikes with rear hub motors for their various benefits, such as providing a natural and balanced riding experience. They are much safer than front-hub motors and much more economical than mid-drive motors.
Positioned in the rear wheel, these motors offer smooth acceleration and a stealthy appearance that helps maintain the bike’s traditional aesthetics. Additionally, rear hub motors are versatile, making them suitable for various cycling activities.
All the parts that we will use in your bicycles are the exact same ones we use on our bikes. So, rest assured these have been tried and tested for years and offer the perfect blend of fair pricing and performance.