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Some Ideas on building a 5000w E-bike

    26 wheel with a 5kw hub motor.

50 mph max on flat ground, to start off with. The power level seems to be capable of 70, but that will be for another time. Overbuilt = durable.

I’d like to be able to cruise at 30mph for 60 miles, just to toss a number out there. I’ll more likely vary between 20 and 35, with the occasional blasts to 50. details about the expected range below.

I’ll be using a pair of Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes, 203mm rotors. Though, I might use the Saint model, for its downhill-specific use. I need to be able to stop this thing at 50, because, well, that’s important.

Rider weight is a feeble 135 lbs. Fully built, I am expecting around 200 lbs with me on it.

Terrain is flat, flat, flat. With the occasional 3% grade, except for Clermont and Mount Dora. I will go out there from time to time. I’ll be on pavement 95% of the time, using a hardtail. I’m probably going with Maxxis Hookworm tires and thorn-resistant tubes. Tire choice isn’t chiseled in stone yet.

Orlando is backwards a hell in terms of cycling safety and regulation. Most motorized bikes on the road here are walmart huffy beach cruisers with coaster brake only, rigged with a 50cc gas engine leaking fuel, spattered with dirty exhaust, ridden by a guy with 3 DUIs, at 40 mph in the bike lane.

About the expected range : I used the e-bike simulator to get a number, based on tweaking some custom specs that seemed to be close to my build. I used the:

This is the online store for a factory that produces them in mainland China (god I love the future). I have been seriously considering this kit. This post of my project idea is also a sanity check, before I spend any money. Anyone here would know better than I would:

Is this a good deal? Is this junk?

If I need to call the manufacturer to get more info on the products, what questions should I ask them?

Are the battery specs on par with what I should be using (72V 26Ah) ? I’ll get two of them if so.

Can anyone direct me to a superior product(s) with the same build goals?

Any input is much appreciated.

There are two types of people in this world.

Those who can extrapolate from missing information.

dogman dan

1 PW

Yeah,, at 30 mph, he’d be able to pedal up 10% of the power needed, if even that. And he’d need a giant front chain ring to pedal at all at 30 mph.

At 20 mph, he can pedal up at least 20-25%,, At 18 mph, a solid 30%.

1500 wh of battery can get you 60 miles, at 18 mph for sure. That’s 72v 20 ah,, 48v 30 ah,, For really big range you start having to build a frame that carries it.

I built this, to easily carry 4000 wh. But right at the moment, I only own about 3000wh.

Frankenbike longtail http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6t=28389hilit=bouncingbetty.

teslanv

1 MW

That looks like a QS clone, and a Sabvoton controller, which seems like a good combination. It will likely be insanely powerful for a 135 lb rider. You could shave some weight by going with a smaller DD hub like a MXUS 3K-Turbo or even a 35mm Leaf or Edge motor, and still meet your desired goals. Just make sure to get a high Kv motor (11 to 15 RPM per volt) and a 80A 4110 controller. A 72V battery that can output 80A will be the more difficult task. Stick with Samsung 25r cells or LiPo if you can charge and maintain it safely.

lester12483

10 kW

MT6 Hybrid- Electric Bicycle 48V 48V 23AH AllCell Lithium Manganese Battery Pack http://www.chicagoelectricbicycles.com

Ianhill

1 MW

drew12345

10 kW

Warren

100 kW

Pedaling along at 30 mph would net you about 10% more range. I do it for miles at a time. It does not require a huge chainring. I run a 53/11 top gear, and can easily keep up at my typical 80-90 rpm cadence.

That battery pack from EM3ev would be way better than the one you linked to. And 60 miles would certainly be doable, if you can stay in a tuck on an upright.

At 18-22 mph, I am an eccentric old guy to police, and other road users. At 30 mph, I am a mildly annoying, curiosity. At 50 mph I’d be a threat to their self image, and possibly a terrorist.

wesnewell

100 GW

30 mph requires 40 wh per nile, so you need a 2400wh battery minimum for 60 miles. Personally I’d use at least 30ah of 24s lipo. I’d pair that with a mxus 4503 motor and a minimum 3000W controller.

Need Advice? https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3t=66302 Mongoose 26 Ledge 2.1 mtb bike 99, yescomusa.com 48V 1000W rear hub kit 200, Hua Tong 72V 40A controller 35, 10ah 24s lipo 217=~43mph, range=45 miles @ 20mph. 25K miles and still going strong. Huffy Fortress 3.0 with MXUS 3000 4T motor, 24s lipo, 96V 60A controller. Total cost with extras My videos https://www.YouTube.com/channel/UC0KW4U-DZMNqN_G2wQhptMg

Warren

100 kW

My bike doesn’t require anything like that much power. With me pedaling along at 30 mph, I typically see 24 Wh/mile.

This simulation shows my motor, my actual tire diameter, my average battery voltage over a 48 amp hour run, and my actual gross weight, without pedaling.

wesnewell

100 GW

And totally inappropriate for what he wants. Yeah, with a recumbent you can do 30 mph on

Need Advice? https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3t=66302 Mongoose 26 Ledge 2.1 mtb bike 99, yescomusa.com 48V 1000W rear hub kit 200, Hua Tong 72V 40A controller 35, 10ah 24s lipo 217=~43mph, range=45 miles @ 20mph. 25K miles and still going strong. Huffy Fortress 3.0 with MXUS 3000 4T motor, 24s lipo, 96V 60A controller. Total cost with extras My videos https://www.YouTube.com/channel/UC0KW4U-DZMNqN_G2wQhptMg

Warren

100 kW

He mentioned disc brakes and hardtail. I didn’t see any mention of a mountain bike. He could go with this bike.

They are even located in Florida. He would probably be better off with their older cromo steel version, for an e-bike, like this one.

But hey, why think outside the box?

brumbrum

100 kW

Come on guys. 60mph with a hardtail and just disc brakes on mostly pavement

Does pavement have the same meaning as in the U.K?

spinningmagnets

If you spend a lot of time above 30-MPH, wind resistance will have a major effect on your battery range. Max range per battery will be around 20-MPH.

hypertoric_amplituhedron

100 W

Hey, thanks for the responses, everyone. I’m sticking with these specs for the build. It’s just the way I want it. Part of the fun will be testing its range capabilities regarding speed, and other factors. I’ll get another, duplicate super-battery when the funds allow. I’m very impressed with how far and well-developed this tech has become. I remember one the the first eBikes at the REI I worked at in Redmond, WA back in 2001.

I once rode a 150cc Vespa up to 50 mph. The wind was ripping the tears (of joy) right off my face. That was an amazing experience, that really stuck with me for 12 years. Out of all things to spend money on, this ebike project is it. I haven’t been this excited about something in probably forever.

Oh yeah, that thing is way better. I need a BMS, so I’ll get a different one from them. I imagine I can get some more Ah out of a customized unit. Thanks for the link!

It will likely be insanely powerful for a 135 lb rider. You could shave some weight by going with a smaller DD hub like a MXUS 3K-Turbo or even a 35mm Leaf or Edge motor, and still meet your desired goals. Just make sure to get a high Kv motor (11 to 15 RPM per volt) and a 80A 4110 controller. A 72V battery that can output 80A will be the more difficult task. Stick with Samsung 25r cells or LiPo if you can charge and maintain it safely.

Insanely powerful is right up my alley. I’ll likely detune it in the beginning. I’d like to have a platform to build on, rather than needing to replace major parts like a motor. But, I’ll look into these, thanks!

I’m concerned about batteries that might explode into a fireball. The LiFePO4 seems to be the best option. I’m also new to proper recharging practices, so I’d like a battery that’s more forgiving, more or less.

That depends on 3 things: when you ride it, where you ride it, and how much respect for the law you have. In my experience with overpowered vehicles, you can play with them quite a bit at the right times and places, along with a dose of self-control. Police around here are more interested in car/motorcycle racing, and the gas motor bike guys doing 40 in the bike lane. I’ve met and talked to many of them, being in the bike shops. You have to have some blatant disrespect for the law in view of police to get stopped. And even then, you’ll have to carry on a bad attitude with them to get into trouble. If you’re some dude on a bike with no noise, who has a happy, cheerful attitude, then no problems. For the most part.

I was thinking of using a Trek 4300 aluminum mtb frame. But, at closer inspection of the slotted axle and torque arms on the motor, I’ll really need a steel frame with horizontal dropouts. 200nm of torque might punish the 4300 too much, lol.

He mentioned disc brakes and hardtail. I didn’t see any mention of a mountain bike. He could go with this bike.

Bacchettas are nice! I don’t want a recumbent for 5kw, though. I know the handling of a hardtail mtb and roadbike well.

Come on guys. 60mph with a hardtail and just disc brakes on mostly pavement

Does pavement have the same meaning as in the U.K?

Not just any disc brake. one that comes equipped on freeride bikes going 50 downhill. Locally, pavement = asphalt. Never gravel, sand, hard-pack dirt, grass, etc, as long as I can avoid it.

If you spend a lot of time above 30-MPH, wind resistance will have a major effect on your battery range. Max range per battery will be around 20-MPH.

Yes, this is true. I imagine it’ll be around 20~30 most of the time. I regularly hit 30 on my road bike many times per ride, so I definitely know what it takes. I’ll probably be pedaling with it the whole time, since I don’t know any other way to do it.

There are two types of people in this world.

Those who can extrapolate from missing information.

Warren

100 kW

Bacchettas are nice! I don’t want a recumbent for 5kw, though. I know the handling of a hardtail mtb and roadbike well.

On a recumbent, you wouldn’t need 5kW for the speed you want, but it has been done, more than once, and at least 13 years ago.

He is on this site, and still at it after six years in traffic.

MadRhino

100 GW

Use a QS 205-H50 v3 with an 18 fet 4110 controller, not expansive, very smooth spinning, efficient. and both able to be upgraded to much higher performance if/when you want to.

Saint brakes, at 50 Mph you won’t regret.

Hardtail is OK if pavement is very nice. On mine field streets that we have here, I couldn’t build a hard tail for 50 Mph.

Hillhater

100 TW

Come on guys. 60mph with a hardtail and just disc brakes on mostly pavement

Does pavement have the same meaning as in the U.K?

hypertoric_amplituhedron

100 W

On a recumbent, you wouldn’t need 5kW for the speed you want, but it has been done, more than once, and at least 13 years ago.

My god, popping wheelies on a recumbent. that’s a lot of torque! Well, don’t get me wrong. Doubling the range for whatever build is an attractive feature. It’s the handling characteristics of a ‘bent that I don’t want for high speed. I just feel like they’re too twitchy. But, that seat would be way more comfy after an hour.

Use a QS 205-H50 v3 with an 18 fet 4110 controller, not expansive, very smooth spinning, efficient. and both able to be upgraded to much higher performance if/when you want to.

This looks a lot more professional. The link I provided in the 1st post looks like a mimic company that’s jumping on the craze. Usually, they will model themselves after the real deal, who I’ve been trying to find. If this thing is upgradable, then I guess 3kw is a good start. Watching some vids of this power level makes me realize it’s what I’m looking for.

How does this kit look? Anything to change? I can’t tell if that’s the 4110 controller you mentioned. It’s too bad they don’t lace to a 26 rim yet, but no worries. I’ll just ship it off to JB for a build.

There are two types of people in this world.

Those who can extrapolate from missing information.

Warren

100 kW

It’s the handling characteristics of a ‘bent that I don’t want for high speed. I just feel like they’re too twitchy.

This is based on your years of recumbent riding experience?

Picture taken while riding no-hands.

You do know that the current land speed record on a bicycle is now held by a recumbent at 86.65MPH?

I didn’t see the upright streamliner record in Indianapolis, but I did see it race against streamlined recumbents at the State Fair track, in Milwaukee, back then.

MadRhino

100 GW

Use a QS 205-H50 v3 with an 18 fet 4110 controller, not expansive, very smooth spinning, efficient. and both able to be upgraded to much higher performance if/when you want to.

This looks a lot more professional. The link I provided in the 1st post looks like a mimic company that’s jumping on the craze. Usually, they will model themselves after the real deal, who I’ve been trying to find. If this thing is upgradable, then I guess 3kw is a good start. Watching some vids of this power level makes me realize it’s what I’m looking for.

How does this kit look? Anything to change? I can’t tell if that’s the 4110 controller you mentioned. It’s too bad they don’t lace to a 26 rim yet, but no worries. I’ll just ship it off to JB for a build.

The kit is the easy solution, yet a good start. The seller can upgrade, you need to discuss.

Experienced builders do prefer to buy the motor alone, in its best version : qs 205 h50 v3 that means with 50mm magnets, alu stator with extra copper fill and upgraded phase wires. You can find it in ES for sale new qs motor. PM Vito, I believe he still selling it for 273

We use a smaller controller that is neat to mount on the bike frame in full air flow. You will also find threads about them 18fet 4110 controllers in the for sale new section of the forum. They can deliver a lot of current when upgraded to their best, but 5 000w is within the stock spec, and pretty low for both the motor and the controller. I feed well above 20 Kw bursts and they are running pretty cool.

For the rest, throttle, switches, etc. they can be found cheap in a good variety, many sellers have them or you can order with the controller. Wire and connectors for harness, voltage monitors, etc. are found at Hobby King: 8 ga silicon wire and big gold bullet connectors. Many of us are using 75 A Anderson connectors for they are safe and reliable to disconnect frequently.

Good luck with your first build.

hypertoric_amplituhedron

100 W

Yes, that’s exactly it. I love recumbents (also worked at Catrike), but I don’t have a lot of miles on them. I certainly don’t want to go 50mph on one. I’ve ridden many, either a customer’s tune up or a new assembly. Some were very smooth riding. But that’s still 50 miles compared to 30,000 for an upright road/mtb.

They can deliver a lot of current when upgraded to their best, but 5 000w is within the stock spec, and pretty low for both the motor and the controller. I feed well above 20 Kw bursts and they are running pretty cool.

Really? Well, let’s say I wanted to run my bike in the quarter mile. I’d like it to do around 70 mph tops. It’d be neat to go back out there again with something different. Plus, I don’t have the 11 sec beast anymore, so I gotta build something cool. Do you think 5kw is enough to do it? I’ll be using a 17 moped wheel, with probably a 2.25 wide tire. That’s about 23.5 diameter, which needs around 1,000 rpm. How would I achieve that? Is it as simple as using the 304T (11.39kV) running 88V? I know it’s important to have enough torque to push it up to those speeds, too, which I guess is where the amps come into play.

There are two types of people in this world.

Those who can extrapolate from missing information.

MadRhino

100 GW

After you contact Vito at QS motor, someone will send you a mail with all the motor spec and the speed of all the winding turn count available. Select the winding that will make your desired top speed in the size of wheel that you plan to use.

Then, 5 Kw is making a bike aggressive enough for most. Above that you need to think about geometry and suspension to build a bike that has the handling characteristics required for that sort of power. Above 10 Kw, it is very easy to build a bike that is dangerous to ride because it doesn’t handle, accelerate and brake neat enough.

Warren

100 kW

Making a blanket statement like, recumbents are twitchy, is kind of like saying Mexicans are murderers, and rapists.

My experience is just the opposite of yours. I worked in bike shops my last eight years of work, and checked out 5K tt bikes I couldn’t ride no-hands.

I never made any record of my rides for the first 25 years, but starting in 1994, when I got my first cycle computer, through 2015, I logged 38K miles on pedal bikes. Two thirds of those were upright miles. I haven’t ridden a pedal bike in more than a year. The last time was returning from the salvage yard, when I junked my car.

Since September of 2011, I have ridden 35,019 miles on electric assist recumbents.

The fastest I ever went on an upright was 44.0 mph, in 1997, on my 1972 Frejus, which I still own. This was on a descent with a tailwind, of course, as I never got over 30 mph under my own power on a bike in my life. I have done 40 mph many times on uprights, and recumbents, and the uprights always felt terrifying at those speeds, with my chin on the bartop, looking out the top of my watering eyes. The recumbents always feel rock solid, as I have my head up, and I am firmly planted in a real seat, going feet first, instead of perched on skinny rail, with my head out front, below ass height.

The fastest I have ever gone on a bicycle was 46.5 mph on my RANS Screamer, back when it was still a pedal tandem. It was totally relaxing. no drama at all. Now that it is a DD electric single, it has never gone over 36.5 mph, thanks to the back EMF above it’s 32 mph top speed. However, my Linear mid-drive sees 40-44 mph on most rides, since it freewheels.

Hell, I even went 42.0 mph, on my rowbike, on a descent.

and felt much safer than on an upright.

00 watt electric bike: Fastest electric bike around?

What is the fastest you can pedal on a bicycle? And is a 5000 watt Electric Bike need of the hour? Recently even a 1000 watt electric bike was considered as very powerful and questions were raised whether it is a street legal bike or not.

Today however leading to increasing demands for fast electric bikes – manufacturers are designing 5000 watt electric bikes – to bikes featuring 10000 watt hub motors.

Every manufacturer wants the badge of “fastest electric bike” on his shoulders. Recently Luna Cycle – famous name in the electric bike industry launched their flagship model – Luna 5000w Rhino Cargo – a rhino electric bike!

Today a 5000 watt electric bike like the EBike Beach Cruiser – might be the fastest electric bike on roads. But it is not far that 8000 watts and 10000 watts e bikes become the new future.

Not long ago a decent two wheeler speeding 25 miles per hour was considered as a bike for adults.

Today electrically powered bikes allow you to clock 60 miles per hour which is 100 kilometers per hour! Even a 4 wheeler at 60 miles per hour is considered fast.

Riders enjoy the thrill that comes with speed – but the thrill and joy that a fast electric bike provides – does not compensate for safety.

Safety is a major concern when a rider dreams to ride on the fastest electric bike ever created. E Bike accident statistics are on a rise with several accidents being reported every year. Bicycle accidents in Amsterdam soar to new heights in the previous year with NL Times reporting “ cyclists than motorists killed in Netherlands traffic accidents”!

We recommend that you fairly invest in your health by buying some good cycling protective gears before setting your foot on any high power vehicles.

To prevent unsafe measures while riding fast and powerful ebikes like a 5000 watt electric bike – “Electric Bike Classes” and “e bike laws” are formed.

Electric Bikes are classified according on their speeds and when talking about 5000 watt electric bikes one needs to understand the class in which this kind of bike falls in – and whether it is street legal or not.

We have extensively covered EBike classes – later in the post. Before that we have reviewed some very good 5000 watt electric bike conversion kits. And then the post reviews the two most powerful and economic 5000 watt electric bikes you can invest in.

00 watt electric bike conversion kits

A 5000 watt electric bike is expensive! And it costs heavily. A better alternative for you is to convert your existing electric bike into a 5000 watt vehicle.

Branded E-bikes are quite expensive compared to the kits that you can get and install. Several conversion kits are available for you to choose from.

We have linked a few below. Check out these pages if you really want to get over some real powerful engine.

Ebike Beach Cruiser – Specialized Electric Mountain Bike

If you are looking for a 3000 Watt to 8000 watt specialized bike than this Ebike Beach Cruiser is supposedly the best model available in the market for you.

Crafted with tough durable material, a double-wall aluminum alloy rim and designed to suit 20 to 50 years age group – the bike is worth the dollars.

Many buyers tag this Ebike Beach Cruiser as a “military electric bike”. Let us look at this machine in detail.

You can choose this Ebike Beach Cruiser between two available sizes –

Further you can choose the style too. However all the styles come with a wheel Size of 26″x 2.6 and a 12g spoke. And with watts ranging from 3000 to 8000 – you need wide tires like these.

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All the variants have superior quality braking systems with DH hub (support disc brake) available.

Ebike Beach Cruiser is available in 3 colors – White, Black and Red – with Black being the most popular. Some buyers also name the black version of this bike as the “black mustang ebike”

Ebike Beach Cruiser is available in 4 styles –

48 volts 3000 watts 29 ah Samsung lithium cell battery

This variant consists of a 3000W brushless gearless hub motor with a 60 Ampere controller. Of all 3000 bikes (a 3000 Watt bike) this is a good option to look out for.

You can reach 50-55 km/h with this variant on the Ebike Beach Cruiser. Costing around 3000 dollars – for this bike you pay a dollar for a watt – which is not very expensive.

The motor is pretty strong – with a rated torque of 45 N./M and a maximum torque of 85N./M. The battery is also good and is quite compatible with 3000 Watts motor.

The bike features a 7 speed gear freewheel, increasing the stability of the bike and offering several speed options.

72 volts 3000 watts 26 a Samsung lithium cell battery

You can make out the difference between this variant and the one discussed above. It differs in volts and battery’s amps. The volts are higher – featuring 72 volts than the 48 volts variant but the battery takes a step down, reduced to 26 amps than 29 amps.

The motor watts remain the same – so what does watts, volts and amps mean in relation to this variant of the bike.

Higher volts in this Ebike Beach Cruiser variant increases the motor’s and the battery’s performance. Voltage of a battery indicates how much potential is in a battery, although potential does not indicate the energy percentage a battery or a motor will put in.

So a 3000 watts motor having 72 volts will maximally utilize the amps of the battery and watts of the motor. This will increase the speed, the performance and overall charge of the motor.

And this is why this variant has a high speed of 70 km/h – higher than 55 km/h which is the maximum capacity of 48 volts model.

So if you are basically going for Ebike Beach Cruiser 3000 bike (a 3000 Watt bike) – you have two options – a 72 volts and a 48 volts variant.

The price is reasonable for both the models – with 72 volts costing some extra dollars. But if you want higher speed and a better performance than go for the 72 volts. And if you want a long lasting bike then go with the 48 volts one.

72 volts 5000 watts 40 ah Panasonic lithium cell battery

Now that you know some basics about the relationship between volts amps and watts – you know how much energy a 5000 watts can provide this variant of the ebike beach cruiser.

Watts has increased from 3000 to 5000 and this makes the motor a lot durable and very powerful.

The motor is a brushless and gearless hub motor with 80 A Max controller. All these features will make riding difficult terrains very easy. Mountain biking can be fun and effortless with 5000 watts of power.

Higher volts and Higher amps again increases the longevity of the bike’s electrical charge. You can go miles on a single charge, and even save time charging the battery.

This variant features the same 7 speed gear freewheel and the motor has a rated torque of 50N./M and a maximum torque of 100N./M which is responsible for better speed options and enhanced control over the bike.

However if you want higher speeds than this variant offers almost the same speed as the 3000 watts bike. You can reach an average of 70 km/h – sometimes a little above average.

The motor will increase the pickup and the overall ride’s performance but if you want higher speed with this than go for the 8000w electric bike.

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72 volts 8000 watts (150a Sine-wave controller) 40 ah Panasonic lithium cell battery

This 8000 watts variant is the real deal. It features a 8 000W brushless gearless hub motor with a 150 A Max programmable sine-wave controller.

This bike is not just for riding on difficult terrains rather it is a mountain climbing bike! It can lead the charts for “best bikes for trail riding”!

Rated Torque for this bike is 80N./M with a Max Torque of 125N./M. This and the sine-wave controller both increases the stability of the bike and enhances its on road performance. Twists and Turns and braking becomes easy and the rider gets more control over the bike.

The speed is amazing where you can reach cruising speeds of 90-100 km/h! This is almost the speed of a high power railways passenger locomotive.

The volts and the amperes are apt for the high watts – although we would advise you to carry an extra battery – if you are going in distant and remote zones.

The only disappointment with this variant is that it features a single speed gear freewheel. Although other parts of the bike compensates for speed gears but with these high watts you always need high speed gears.

Ebike Beach Cruiser Price

One of the biggest advantage is fair pricing of the bike. With so many watts and pro features – the bike does not cost a fortune. 3000 watts to 8000 watts this ebike beach cruiser is available in the range of 3050 to 4699 dollars.

If you go for cyclone 7500w – even the kit costs you around 800 dollars! And hence if you want a long lasting product, which is fast and durable and has all the good quality features and satisfactory reviews than this is a very good product for you.

Electric Bike Classes

Class 1: Pedal Assist

Class 1 or Pedal Assist bikes are the ones – in which the electric mode is activated only when the rider pedals. The electric mode activation sensors usually located in the bottom bracket or rear wheel – senses riders pedal movement or pedal torque. Depending on these movements it switches the electric mode or or off.

Class 1 bikes are relatively the slowest. In United States a street legal electric bike of class 1 requires to have a motor powered speed of 20 mph (32 kph) with motor wattage of

UK electric bike law – allows a maximum of 15 mph (25 kph) with motor wattage

We call an ebike of class 1 as an “ebike bicycle” or a “no license bike” = because there are not much differences between an ebike of this category and a regular non electric bicycle.

Because of slow speeds and pedaling being compulsory – the laws for an ebike and a bicycle are same and one can use these ebikes on streets, bike lanes, on and off roads, multi-use bike paths and does not require any special permission or an ebike license.

Class 2: Throttle On Demand

When electric motor is activated by using a throttle – the bike falls in Class 2. Throttle can be a grip-twist, a button or a trigger. Sometimes the motor is activated by pedaling action same an in class 1 ebikes.

In United States a street legal electric bike of class 2 requires to have a motor powered speed of 20 mph (32 kph) with motor wattage of

This type is very common in the States. It is still a “ebike bicycle” or a “no license bike” and can be ridden on streets, bike lanes and multi-use bike paths.

However UK electric bike law differs. In some parts of Europe these bikes are considered as a motor vehicle and hence you cannot use them on roads without license. In the parts where it is allowed the maximum speed is limited to 15 mph (25 kph) with motor wattage

Class 3: Speed Pedelec

The motor in a class 3 ebike is activated by pedaling action – same as in a class 1 bike. However, there is an important difference. Pedal Assistance is used to reach high speeds in Speed Pedelec bikes.

In United States a street legal electric bike of class 3 requires to have a motor powered speed of ~28 mph (~45 kph) and motor wattage of “electric bike 28 mph”.

A class 3 ebike is considered as a slow bike and a “no license bike” but are restricted to roads, adjacent bike lanes or on private property.

In some parts of United States – class 2 and class 3 ebikes falls under the same category – where a throttle is used to activate the electric motor and human propelling used to reach high speeds. Even the manufacturers produce bikes having both the system.

UK bike laws are don’t categorize class 2 and class 3 ebikes together. In some European Nations a class 3 ebike is considered a motor vehicle and requires special licensing.

Some nations even ask to carry an identification plate at the rear of the bike. Generally in Europe one the use of speed pedelecs are limited to roads or private property.

Throttles are less common in Europe – so the manufacturers only offer pedal assistance in most Class 3 electric bikes Even the maximum speed is generally limited to ~28 mph (~45 kph).

Class 4: Moped or Motorcycle

Electric Bikes having top speeds above 28 mph (45 kph) and/or featuring a 750 watt electric motor (or more than 750 watts) are considered as Motorcycles globally.

To drive an electric bike or a Motorcycle of this kind – you will require licensing and registration. The riding terrains are also limited to certain off roads regions.

To start the electric motor there are two options – through pedaling or through throttle. Pedaling might be the major difference in moped vs ebike or e scooter vs e bike classifications. An ebike necessarily has pedals while the later doesn’t require one.

These ebikes do not fall under the “street legal electric bike” category, however Americans commonly use them inappropriately. The ratio of a street legal electric bike on US soil is less than an illegal electric bike.

You will observe a lot many Americans riding these without licensing or insurance and on infrastructure reserved for bicycles such as paths and mountain bike trails.

The legal actions as per the US Law for illegal electric bike riding, is the same as it is for driving a gas powered motorcycle or car – and does not confines to fine only.

E Bike Rules and BPSA

The place of use is generally determined at the state of local level – for example if you want to know whether – a type 3 e bike is allowed or not on public commutes or highways in California you will have to look for “Electric bike laws California”.

The introduction of classes has made the legislature easy for US cities and states and has improved the safety measures for the commuters. The Bicycle Products Suppliers Association (BPSA – initially they introduced the classes system in USA) are trying to create a model legislation to guide states further.

Their initial goal is to create some consistency – on the place (roads and trails) of use of ebikes in multiple geographies across America.

Specialized Electric Mountain Bikes

Mostly powerful bikes having 1000 Watt to 2000 Watt motors – comes under the category of Mountain Bikes or Cruiser Bikes. But a 5000 Watt Bike can be termed as a “specialized electric mountain bike”.

By specialization we mean that these bikes are manufactures by some leading manufacturers – by using cutting-edge technologies. These producers largely emphasizes on customizing the motor tune in accordance to the intended ride experience.

Traction

One of the most important thing to consider in these specialized bikes is traction – the grip of a tire on a road. When we look at trail experiences then Traction is the most important factor to consider.

Traction is essential to the motor’s tune as well. If the motor is too powerful, then the traction is lost. And if the motor is too passive, the performance of the bike is degraded.

For this reason – Tires, shock-ups and suspensions in these specialized bikes are not the ones commonly installed in other mountain bikes.

Weight

Second important consideration is the weight of a mountain bike. On an average, road bikes for adults, weigh around 18-26 pounds. On the other hand an Average mountain bike weight is around 30 pounds.

As the motor’s watt increases the weight also takes an upward graph. So to customize weight in a specialized electric mountain bike is very important.

The overall frame should be mostly high end Aluminum or Duralumin – a hard, light alloy of aluminium with copper and other elements. Both aluminum and Duralumin are less in weight and hard on performance.

To make these specialized bikes – more popular and user friendly – the consumers are allowed to customize their ride and bike as much as they want.

These bikes come with apps designed just for that particular model of the bike – which provides them turn-by-turn navigation and access to customizable route building which automatically adjusts your motor and battery output.

Consumers can upload their rides statistics on social media and track their performances. They can tune the motor while biking to maximize the battery autonomy. And the overall health system – (including even the expiry of the tires) – of the bike can be monitored on these apps.

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Put Joy in Your Ride with our Ecotric Fat Tire Beach and Snow 5000W Blue Rim Electric Bike!

The Fat Tire e-bike is the bicycle world’s answer to the dune buggy. These are literally go-anywhere all terrain e-bikes. They will handle anything from city streets, to sandy beaches, to deserts and snow trails, and the great outdoors generally.

The principal distinguishing feature of the fat tire e-bike from other e-bikes is the tire itself, which is generally around 4 inches wide. This is what prevents it sinking into sand or snow and gives it great traction. It is also great for feeling confident in higher speed turns on regular road surfaces. Fat tire e-bikes also generally have sturdier frames.

In addition, a frequently overlooked benefit of the fat tire, certainly in a commuter or cruiser bike, is that it can obviate the need for front and rear suspension. This is because the tires themselves provide a great cushioned ride.

The Ecotric Blue FAT26S900 series features a 500 Watt Rear Hub Motor with a 36v Lithium Cell battery to provide riding distances of 30-54 kilometers per charge. The bike features both pedal assist and throttle only mode for rolling over all types of terrain, thanks to the 4” tires found on all our fat bikes. It allows riders to traverse the sand, mud, dirt trails, snow and regular roads with ease!

Ecotric Fat Tire Beach and Snow 5000W Electric Bike Features:

FRONT BRAKE

Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor

WEIGHT CAPACITY

5000, watt, electric, bike

WEIGHT WITH BATTERY

CHARGING TIME

Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor

Pedal Assist On-Demand Throttle

BATTERY LIFE

RECOMMENDED RIDER

Ecotric Bicycles Set Speed Limit According To United States Federal Regulations, Maximum Speed In Power Mode Is Programmable And Can Be Adapted To The Local Regulations Of Any Country.

All Range Estimates Are Contingent Upon Rider And Towing Weight, Wind Speed And Terrain.

Put Joy in Your Ride with our Ecotric Fat Tire Beach and Snow 5000W Blue Rim Electric Bike!

The Fat Tire e-bike is the bicycle world’s answer to the dune buggy. These are literally go-anywhere all terrain e-bikes. They will handle anything from city streets, to sandy beaches, to deserts and snow trails, and the great outdoors generally.

The principal distinguishing feature of the fat tire e-bike from other e-bikes is the tire itself, which is generally around 4 inches wide. This is what prevents it sinking into sand or snow and gives it great traction. It is also great for feeling confident in higher speed turns on regular road surfaces. Fat tire e-bikes also generally have sturdier frames.

In addition, a frequently overlooked benefit of the fat tire, certainly in a commuter or cruiser bike, is that it can obviate the need for front and rear suspension. This is because the tires themselves provide a great cushioned ride.

The Ecotric Blue FAT26S900 series features a 500 Watt Rear Hub Motor with a 36v Lithium Cell battery to provide riding distances of 30-54 kilometers per charge. The bike features both pedal assist and throttle only mode for rolling over all types of terrain, thanks to the 4” tires found on all our fat bikes. It allows riders to traverse the sand, mud, dirt trails, snow and regular roads with ease!

Ecotric Fat Tire Beach and Snow 5000W Electric Bike Features:

FRONT BRAKE

Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor

WEIGHT CAPACITY

WEIGHT WITH BATTERY

CHARGING TIME

Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor

Pedal Assist On-Demand Throttle

BATTERY LIFE

RECOMMENDED RIDER

Ecotric Bicycles Set Speed Limit According To United States Federal Regulations, Maximum Speed In Power Mode Is Programmable And Can Be Adapted To The Local Regulations Of Any Country.

All Range Estimates Are Contingent Upon Rider And Towing Weight, Wind Speed And Terrain.

5000, watt, electric, bike

Shipping

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This section will give you the essential information about what to expect with the delivery of your item. If you purchased one of our large and heavy items your item will ship freight LTL will be delivered via a lift gate truck.

Important: Freight LTL Shipment

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If you have questions or concerns on shipping and delivery (or any other) issues, feel free to contact us at 877-GR8TBIKE [877-478-2453] or support@electricbikesforall.com. We are happy to help 🙂

Notice:

This bike is for local pick up only unless you have special approval. This bike is only available at this introduction low price to loyal Luna customers. Please email us before putting your order in for this bike.

It is a very high power bike that is for ebike enthusiasts only.

This bike is a preorder and takes many months to build. We can ship any other bike on the site much faster, if you are pressed for time we recommend a different model.

The Luna Rhino Cargo was designed for hunters and other people who ride on private property only, or for racers on racetracks who want to embarrass gas bikes. It is not legal to ride this bike on the road in all 50 states unless you limit the power.

It can be used on private property, at race tracks, by private security at corporate complexes, but never on public roads.

Finally

Finally Luna announces its flagship cargo bike, the Rhino. This bike has been 5 years in the making and we are proud to announce an ebike like no other. To get all the perfect parks for this frame we designed it literally took us 5 years. We accumulated so many parts while bringing this bike to market that we started Luna Cycle during this time as first a parts company and now finally a bike company.

You will find no better fast purpose built bike than this for this kind of price.

This bike is for off road use only, and was designed with the Hunter (on private property) or the survivalist in mind.

However we can offer this bike in a 48 volt version that has been tuned for street use if you want it that way. The 48v version does not have the insane performance of the 72v version and is not recommended, especially if you want to carry two riders or extra cargo.

Rhino Power

This ebike was designed with Rhino power using a big block Cyclone 5000w motor with 30 percent more power capability than the 3000w Cyclone motor which has proven itself to be a robust and reliable solution. The motor uses a 7 to 1 gear reduction for the ultimate in efficiency and performance.

We have this bike geared low so it has a top speed of only 40mph but with tons of torque to climb anything. even off road.

We can sale this bike with a 48 or 72 volt battery, and the 48 volt version we will configure in street legal mode.

We can also custom install 3 speed switch for 3 levels of power (level 1 is 750w) and ebike brake safety cut off switches if you need it.

We sale this motor stock with a 40amp controller. But you can upgrade this controller later to out bluetooth cyclone controller which can be installed in less than an hour to get a full 60 amp 72 volts for a full 5000 watts of power. However this is only something we recommend for racing applications.

Robust but lightweight frame set

You will never see such intricate welding and metal work as you will see on this bike.

Its front and rear racks have over 50 intricate welds each. The racks are strong enough to carry a 200 pound passenger on front or back. If you are a big game hunter this is your bike. If you are survivalist who wants to survive the apocalypse, this bike is it.

The beefy drop outs front and rear were designed to take high hub power if you ever decide to add a 2nd motor.

Every piece of metal on this bike from the handlebars to the crazy truss forks were custom designed for this bike.

This bike includes custom made front and rear aluminum fenders. (only front fender is seen in photo)

The total bike weight is only 80 pounds.

Transmission built into the rear wheel

In its massive Run Ringle Rims, the Luna Rhino has a transmission built into the tiny hub inside, a 3 speed internal gear hub called the DD3. This is the strongest of all the 3 speed internal gear hubs. However it can still be damaged by applying too much torque in first and 3rd gear or by shifting under load. We recommend to ride primarily in 2nd gear, and 1st and 3rd you cant just pin the throttle wide open. The Internal gear hub is not covered by any warranties because of the obscene power we are running through it. But if you do destroy your DD3, we will swap out the blown unit for the price of 100.

Tons Of Extras

Hayes Comp Pro hydraulic disc brakes with 200mm rotors (because at Luna stopping fast is as important as going fast 🙂 )

Sram DD3 3 speed internal gear hub

Premium Sun Ringle Fat Rims with 4.9 inch wide tires

20w 4 light LED Vintage style light up front

Luna Tick Chainring with triple pawl bearing

Optional Upgrades:

17.5 72v built in battery (250)

Luna Lander front suspension fork (180) note: your lose front rack and front fender with this option.

Vee Rubber Studded XL tires (150 per pair)

Introducing our fastest Ebike Ever

The Rhino Cargo has a 5000w mid drive motor which is makes it the fastest ebike we have ever sold and it does not disappoint for someone who wants something different than the ordinary BBSXX Build. It is among the fastest production ebikes ever made. This build does not use a hub motor, but a powerful mid drive. It only weighs 80 pounds which is lightweight for this kind of size and power. It is hard core, and is meant for the hard core ebike enthusiast. It is for race use or private property use only and should only be rode on private property.

Custom CNC Parts Lovingly Made in California

We custom made and designed many different cnc parts just for this bike from motor mounts to fenders, and an optional thumb throttle that will blow your socks off.

This bike uses our own Luna Tic double freewheel crankset which uses a triple row of bearings for reliable safe operation even at high RPMs.

The end result is a quality, powerful bike with the quality you would expect from Luna, at a price never seen before in something this high performance.

Hand built to order

Like all the Luna Bikes this bike lovingly assembled in our shop in Los Angeles California.

A bike like this takes us at least two full days to assemble and pack and ship out.

We ride test each bike and make sure it is all dialed in before shipping.

To get your bike going all you need to do is unwrap it and put on the handlebars.

Why buy from Luna a New Ebike Company You Haven’t Heard Of?

Read our recent Ebike Mission StatementGoogle Luna Cycle EbikeRead this warning about buying ebikes (do not get punked)Read this recent Ebike School Article about Luna Cycle.

Panasonic 72v PF 11.5ah Battery

The battery is the most vital of any ebike. We use name brand 18650 cells available (the Panasonic PF) which offer both amazing energy density and high performance. (read a review on this ebike pack) We make our packs with quality BMS, cases and cutting edge technology. You can have confidence that when this bike is outfitted with a Luna Cycle battery you are getting the ultimate in reliable, safe, performance at an affordable price.

Battery box built into the frame

For the ultimate in convenience balance and safety the battery is contained in a metal box that is built into the frame.

You can remove the battery by removing 6 screws. The box has the capacity to contain a much larger battery so you have many options for upgrades.

Although the battery is removable, it is not convenient to remove this battery for charging so the battery should be charged while in side the frame.

For a 50 upgrade fee we will install Rosenburg Magnetic connectors on this bike.

Piece Luna Toolkit

Because we feel every rider should have the capacity to wrench, we are including a free Luna kit which is all tools we either made or hand selected to be perfect companion to one of our mid drive bikes.

This will help you because our high performance mid drive bikes will need occasional adjustments, This kit along with our video guides will give you the tools you need.

Frame Sizing

This is a fairly large bike with a high standover and only riders 5′ 8 or taller will be able to ride it.

Warranty Options

We are an eCommerce company. We charge minimal markup because we do not offer face to face support. Most of our sales are to enthusiasts and to builders who know what they want and don’t need a lot of assistance from their dealer. You can use our forums and knowledgebase to find the answer to almost any support question you have.

If you expect your bicycle to be flawless and never need adjustment or maintenance, we recommend that you buy your ebike from a local brick and mortar ebike store if you have one near you, especially if you want person to person support when it comes to adjustments and maintenance of your ebike. We do not offer this level of support.

Bikes are large and expensive to ship, and once you ride it it is used, and we do not offer any returns on your bike unless it is dead on arrival.

For 30 days after you get the bike we will replace any parts that are defective.These are just bicycles and are easy to maintain and to work on, we really encourage you to learn basic bicycle maintenance or get a relationship with a local bike shop.

The drive system and battery we will cover for 90 days for part replacement.

Extended warranties are available for 6 months and 1 year and 2 year for an added cost. Warranty covers any parts that are defective we will send to you with instructions how to install.

Since our drive systems are modular every repair is easy with the right part in hand.

That being said this a high quality bike with a high quality component system and should be as solid as any ebike. However, you will be required to do routine adjustments and maintenance on your own.

Support Notes

Please note this is a preorder and typically takes many months to build. If you are pressed for time our other bikes ship much sooner.

How big is the rack tubing? Need to know for rear baby seat / side bags etc.

The tubing for the racks is 10mm

Electric Enduro Bicycle 72V 5000W Off Road Mountain E Bike

Voltage: 72V Item: Electric Enduro Bicycle Power Supply: Lithium Battery Wheel Size: 262.6(3.0 Option) Motor: Brushless Certification: CE,DOT,EEC Frame Material: Steel Max Speed: 70-80km/h Range per Power: 80 km Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland) Brand Name: Secutronic/Setro/OEM

Electric Enduro Bicycle 72V 5000W Off Road Mountain E Bike

For those seeking high-performance electric bikes, the China E Bikes series offers an impressive range of options. Among them is the High Power 5000 Watt Off Road Mountain Frame Ebike, equipped with a 72V 5000W motor, making it a powerful electric enduro bicycle that is now available for sale in the UK France, Germany, USA Canada and Australia, etc.

Secutronic – Electric Enduro Bicycle

Enduro Ebike 5000W Brief Introduction

Electric Enduro Bicycle 72V 5000W Off Road Mountain E Bike

The Electric Off Road Bikes have simple and concise lines, and the steel body reveals some sturdy feeling. They look more like electric motorcycles, but just with bicycle pedals. You can move forward with pedals even if the battery runs out.

The manufacturers of electric bikes have disregarded the definition of an e-bike and opted to produce high-speed e-bikes. The Stealth Bomber is a 60 mph and 120 pound monster capable of going 50 miles per battery charge. (on smooth terrain and moderate speed). It has acceleration per amps and performance for most users… and the truth is that it can terrify you.

The Enduro Ebike 5000W is a cutting edge e bike that is renowned for its exceptional build quality. And it has outstanding performance in off-road adventures.

It is one of the top 10 electric bikes of the future. And it is a prime example of a bike that has been designed from scratch.

For those seeking a fast and dependable electric bike, look no further than the Stealth Bomber. With a simple turn of the key, you’ll be ready to ride. While it may require a significant investment, the Stealth Bomber is undoubtedly one of the best options available on the market.

Electric Bike Off Road Specifications

Enduro Electric Bicycle Appearance

The electric powered bike has a unique design that combines the styles of electric bicycles and off-road motorcycles. The streamlined appearance is simple, yet futuristic, giving it a distinctive look.

Riding Mode

Secutronic Stealth Bomber electric mountain bike has three riding modes, electric pedal assist manpower. It is great for the riders to mix their riding styles.

Rear Hub Motor

Secutronic Stealth Bomber Ebike Electric Bicycles are availabe 72V 3000W, 5000W and 8000W rear hub motors.

Please check details for the 2 models here:

Top Speed:

Electric motors initially output maximum torque directly. Secutronic Stealth Bomber Off Road E Bicycle has a powerful motor 72V 5000W. It can reach high speed of 90 km/h (56mph) within seconds. It just like an arrow shot out when you twist the throttle.

And the top speed for 72 3000W is 44.5 – 50MPH (70-80 KM/H).

The top speed of 8000 Watts e bike is 55 – 60 MPH (90-100 KM/H).

Range And Ride Time

Generally an ebike 72V 5000W is with an operating range arround 37 Miles with a full recharge. With 72V 40Ah Samsung Lithium Battery, this Bomber Electric Bike can reach range of 50 – 55 miles.

Full Suspension

A full suspension mountain ebike keeps you in control and comfort off road ride on rough terrain. Zoom Front Fork and DNM brand high quality rear suspension bold hydraulic suspensions. Revolutionary suspension technology makes this power bike fast, light and smooth ride.

Zoom 680DH and DNM USD-8 front suspension forks are optional.

200Mm Travel Front Forks

It adopts Zoom Front Fork and DNM brand high quality rear suspension.

Tuned and spec’d by the Secutronic stealth team before shipping. This Chinese Stealth Bomber Ebike is a very good all-round package for riders. You can enjoy the bike without feeling that it compromises in any field.

LCD Meter

750C display or 2019 Coloful display are optional.

Braking System

The Stealth Bomber electric bike has double piston hydraulic disc brakes EBS electronic braking kinetic energy recovery system. The braking system is designed to provide excellent stopping power even in unfavorable conditions.

Disc brakes consist of a brake disc attached to the wheel and a caliper on the edge of the disc.

The brake pads are pushed by the high-pressure brake fluid to achieve precise braking effects. The brakes clamp on 203mm rotors of the brake discs.

Secutronic Off Road Electric Bike offers an optimization method for the distribution of electric motor and mechanical braking force. This is done for the hybrid system, which keeps the braking force of the front and rear axles fixed. In this system, regen braking recovers 16% higher energy than that of the fuzzy control. This enhances the range and ride time.

Drive System

The Off Road Electric Bike uses a brushless hub motor, similar to many other ebikes on the market. With a proven design and affordable cost, the electric motor directly powers the rear wheels. The mid drive motor is transmitted to the rear wheel through the chainring and chain, which will increase wear and tear.

Saddle

The bikes adopt special saddle for electric dirt bikes. It has a longer seat cushion, and more in line with the mountain riding needs. A motorcycle saddle is available to custom.

Extras

This Electric Enduro Bicycle features several customizable options, including:

  • Brake cut-offs
  • Torque sensor
  • Optional CYC display
  • Compatibility with EggRider display
  • Compatibility with ASI controllers (wiring harness necessary)
  • Optional twist or thumb throttle

Additionally, riders can choose between a twist or thumb throttle for their preferred riding experience.

Parameters – E Mountain Bike Enduro

a, 5000W motorized rear wheel(26×2.6″) Optional: 26×3.0″, 26×4.0″

72V 26AH Li-on Battery(Samsung 22P Cell)

48V 25AH Li-on Battery(Samsung 22P Cell)

72V 40AH Li-on Battery(Panasonic Brand)

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