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Progear Bikes E-Blast Fat Tyre E-Bike 26*18" in Slate

Progear Bikes E-Blast Fat Tyre E-Bike 26*18" in Slate

Regular price $1,053.00 USD
Regular price $1,508.00 USD Sale price $1,053.00 USD
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Fat Tyre bikes can be heavier than regular bikes but we try our best to minimise the weight with an Alloy frame and other Alloy components. The Alloy material offers greater durability, increasing the bike's lifespan while remaining lightweight, improving your bike's agility and handling.

Technical Specifications
Frame: 26x18" Alloy Frame
Fork: 26" Steel
Handlebar: Alloy 660MM Width, 5 Rise
Stem: Alloy 70mm +-7
Grip: 130mm Closed end rubber
Crank sets: 170mm Crank, 36t Chainring
Pedal: Alloy 9/16"
Chain: 1/2"*3/32"*118L
Freewheel: Shimano Altus HG-200 8-SPEED, 12-14-16-18-21-24-28-32(BR)
R. Derailleur: Shimano Tourney TY300,11T/28-34T
Shifter: Shimano SL-M315-8R, RIGHT, 8-SPEED RAPIDFIRE PLUS
Brake: Mechanical Disc Brake, F/R, Rotor=160mm
Hub F.: 26",3/8"*12G*36H
Rim: 26"*4.0*12G*36H,single wall A/V
Spokes: 256mm,W/14mm copper nipple
Tire: 26*4.0"
Seat Post: ?30.4*350mm
Kickstand: Alloy Kickstand

Electrical Components
Sensor: Dual hall Cable length:150mm
Display: EverDrive (M5) 36V 0-5 level, Max Speed 25kph
Controller: 36V*250W brushless controller
Motor: EverDrive Electric Motor 250W 25KM/H - complies to EN15194
Battery: EverDrive 36v / 10.4AH complies to UN38.3/MSDS
Charger: 42V 2A DC 2.1 charger port

Electric Bike Battery Information
The travel distance after a full charge on this e-Bike can vary from 30km to 70km.
There are several factors that will affect how long the battery will last after a full charge.

Factors include:
Level of pedal assistance higher level of assistance will use more battery charge
Weight of Rider & Luggage more weight may require more power from the battery
Terrain & Weather Conditions Terrain & wind may cause drag, and will require more power to maintain speed.
Tyre Conditions Incorrect tyre pressure may create more rolling resistance
Traffic/Route Conditions Stop/Start cycling may use more power to accelerate up to appropriate travelling speeds.

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