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Is my e-bike 1000w?
I recently got a big fat tire e bike but I'm not sure if it is a 500w or 1000w.
On the dashboard when I'm up chill on 5th gear it says it gives around 950w to 985w power, if I put it on 4th it says it gives around 580w.
Thanks for reading.
I know the answer might be obvious but I just want to make sure.
- FLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
If you’re in the U.K., anything over 250W counts as an electric motorbike and has to be taxed and insured .
- Sidewinder JerryLv 62 months ago
Usually the obvious answer is the answer.Source(s): Motorized bicycle owner and builder.
- ?Lv 62 months ago
So when you're making the motor work the hardest it says a little under 1000 watts. What do you think? More important, why do you care? The only time you'll need that number is when you advertise the thing for sale.
- 2 months ago
Why do you care? It's a motorized vehicle, just use it and realize it's just transportation, it's not a workout.
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- RaleighBobLv 62 months ago
You don't even know what you bought? Google the company & look it up.
- OldHippieLv 72 months ago
You don't supply the year, make or model of the e-bike, yet you ask for precise information. What's wrong with this picture? 🤔
Who manufactured it? Go to their website, open your eyes & LOOK. Or, ask where you bought it. Oh, wait... You probably bought some no-name e-bike off the internet.
Dashboard? The closest thing my bike has to a dashboard is a Garmin GPS bike computer. Looks like the one on this link... https://i.pinimg.com/originals/1c/29/4b/1c294bcf30...
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