The e-bike’s electrical drive system consists of two main components: a battery and motor, each of which works to enhance your existing pedalling power, making cycling a more fun and effective mode of transport.
E-Bikes sold in the UK are pedal-assisted, meaning that the pedals need to turn in order for the bike’s motor to kick in. Simply dialling the bike’s throttle up or down allows you to easily alter the amount of motor assistance provided, with higher throttle settings resulting in effortless pedalling. Whichever level the throttle is set at, e-bikes’ motor-assistance will continue to provide riders with that extra boost and will continue to do so up to a speed of 25km/h (15.5mph), at which point the motor assistance will simply cut out in order to meet current EU regulations.
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