Answers about e-bikes

Are e-bikes waterproof?
Of course they are. Electric bicycles are waterproof from the factory and can be ridden in the rain or through puddles of water with ease. However, this is limited to the surface of the e-bike being waterproof. If flooded, the water will still damage the motor and battery and cause damage to the e-bike. In addition, high water pressure can also cause water to enter the inside of the e-bike, damaging the battery and motor and rendering the e-bike unusable. Electric bikes are just like normal bikes, there is no problem with basic waterproofing, but they should not be completely submerged in water or have water inside them, otherwise the normal bike will rust and the electric bike's circuitry will be damaged.

How fast can an e-bike go?
Most electric bikes nowadays can reach speeds of up to 30 or 40 km/h, some can even reach around 40 km/h. One of our HEZZO bikes, the HM-26Pro, with its mid-motor, dual batteries and carbon frame, can reach 45 km/h. This is quite fast! That's pretty fast already! You can get the speed of a car for the price of an e-bike, and it's a great deal for the environment.

How far can an electric bike go on a single charge?
The range of an e-bike is closely related to its battery. Batteries come in different materials and capacities. If the battery capacity is small, it won't be able to support a long ride; if the battery is made of a bad material, the battery won't last as long. Therefore, when buying an e-bike we must pay attention to the capacity and material of the battery, like HEZZO's e-bikes all use LG lithium batteries, which basically guarantee the service life of the e-bike battery and can make your e-bike accompany you for a longer time.

How much does it cost to run an electric bike?
If you think that owning an electric bike will cost you a fortune, you're wrong! Depending on the configuration, the e-bike will have different prices and you can choose according to your needs, or you can opt for a bespoke service to create the configuration you want. Apart from this cost of buying an e-bike, you'll only have to pay for each charge, and does the cost of electricity for an e-bike look like an ant versus an elephant compared to the cost of fuel for a car?

Post time: Jan-21-2022