How far can an electric bike go on one charge?
With relaxed pedaling expect 22-50 miles on a single charge for most e-bikes. In some cases you’ll go even farther. We have bikes that are getting 80+ miles on a single charge. Range will also be impacted by the battery capacity, the hills, wind and your size.
How often should I charge my electric bike?
Lithium batteries (and indeed any type of rechargeable battery) do not like to be left discharged. It is good practice to recharge as soon as is reasonably possible after the battery goes flat. We recommend charging after every ride, that way your electric bike is always ready for your next outing.
How much does a battery cost for an electric bike?
Typically a new high-quality electric bike battery will cost anywhere between $500 to $900+ depending on the brand and capacity. This would be for a battery with a capacity in the range of 400 wh to 700wh.
Can you overcharge an e-bike battery?
Ebike batteries should not be overcharged. Doing so can shorten the battery’s lifespan and can cause it to overheat, which may eventually make it unusable. Fortunately, most modern ebike batteries are built with a smart charging function that makes it impossible to overcharge them.
Can I leave my ebike on charge overnight?
Yes, you can leave your electric bike battery charging overnight. There’s no need to worry about overcharging or over-draining your e-bike battery.
Do electric bikes need charging?
Running an electric bike is similar to running a standard bike, except that has a few extra components and it needs charging.
Do electric bikes get stolen?
While electric bikes (e-bikes) continue to grow in popularity, their higher price tag could make them more attractive to thieves. Thieves can target the whole bike or unsecured parts and accessories or steal the whole thing if they can get away with it.