How does an electric bike work?
The controller plays the role of an on-board computer, because thanks to it the user can freely manage the support system (choosing one of the three built-in modes) and control the engine, and thus - control the speed of travel. Thanks to this function, each user can adapt the TRYBECO electric bike to his riding style or current preferences. In addition, the controller also acts as a counter, shows the battery charge level and the selected support mode.
We offer the hybrid ebikes, equipped with a brushless motor located in the front hub, whose maximum power is up to 250 W. It should be remembered that the motor in an electrically powered bicycle only has a supporting function, not completely replacing pedaling. In the case of our vehicle models, the pedaling process is supported up to a speed of 25 km / h. This means that when the user reaches such a result, the support system in our bike will turn off automatically. The same happens when we stop pedaling completely.
Our electric bikes are equipped with a lithium-ion battery drive, characterized by lightness and aesthetic appearance. Most of the models in our offer have a battery located in the rear wheel hub, but there are also solutions with a battery located behind the saddle or in the frame. Another advantage of the batteries in our electric two-wheelers is their long life, up to about 700 charging cycles. On a fully charged battery, you can travel for an average of up to 70 kilometers at a time, but this distance, of course, depends on the selected assistance mode, terrain, speed and many other factors. This means that we are able to cover a total distance of a minimum of 25,000 kilometers on one battery.