Batteries are classified by voltage and amp hour. The voltage can be thought of as the size of an engine, this determines the power output. A 48V will be more powerful than a 36V. The amp hour can be thought of as the size of a gas tank. The higher the number, the greater the range. A […]
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On average the recharge time for our batteries is approximately 6.5 hours.
Your e-bike has an electric system that is measured by volts and amps. The voltage is the amount of potential electricity your battery holds. The amps or current refers to the speed or rate of flow of electricity as it is being drawn from the battery. The higher the current the quicker the battery will […]
Your e-bike will consume much less battery when you begin riding by pedaling and not using the throttle. Stop and go riding with the throttle can limit the range of your e-bike. Always make sure your tires are inflated properly. Riding on low pressure tires will consume more energy. Always pedal up hills. Do not […]
Always pedal along with your e-bike, especially up hills so the battery is not depleted too quickly. Always keep your battery charged. Lithium batteries life cycle can be extended by not depleting your battery fully. Even if you have not depleted your battery entirely during your ride we suggest that you charge it. Do not […]
You will typically get 800-1000 charge cycles out of your battery, as long as you are storing it appropriately. It is best to store indoors and out of extreme hot or cold temperatures.
All Magnum Electric Bikes come with a lithium battery. The Lithium-NCM battery has a life cycle of 700 cycles. Over time your battery capacity will diminish. This means that you can charge and discharge the battery completely 700 times at a discharge rate of 0.5C before the capacity depletes to 80% efficiency.