Here’s How Far You Can Ride Your Electric Bike


Curious about the range of our electric bikes?

Rider range of ebike

You’re not alone! It’s one of the most frequent questions we receive – and for good reason. When you’re out there on the trail, the last thing anybody wants is to suddenly find themselves stranded.

On our electric bikes, the estimated power of your battery is directly on the display so you can avoid this problem. Once it starts to drop, you'll be able to make a decision on whether you should reduce your power usage or continue.

Our ebikes can get you up to 45 miles per charge – and sometimes more.

BRE E300

Thanks to tires designed in-house, the BRE E300 can reach 50 miles per charge, for instance.

According to internal testing, this stat is accurate. Actual range varies depending on riding conditions.

Certain factors can affect your range.

How long your battery lasts depends on the amount of power you use, the weight of the payload you're carrying, and the terrain you're on.

A rider relying solely on the throttle when riding uphill on an ebike with maximum cargo. And a minimal level of pedal assist will have less range than someone riding on flat ground with no cargo. And only minimal pedal assist.

Your range increases when your motor isn't working as hard. When it’s being used heavily, your range goes down.

You can charge throughout your day.

If you have a long commute and want to make sure you have enough juice to get back home or make an errand run after work, the battery can detach from the bike for easy charging.

Unlike electric cars, you don't have to go looking for a special charging station to charge your bike. The charger that comes with your e-bike plugs into a standard 120-volt, 15-amp wall outlet, so you can plug it in at your desk or in the break room.

It takes about seven hours to take the battery from fully depleted to fully charged, so even if you just charge it for an hour or two, it's probably enough to get you riding for a while.

Finally, remember that the outcome of your battery use depends on how you ride.

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