Motor: Coaxial mid-drive, 750W/500W/350W
programmable at dealer level
Battery: Panasonic Li-Ion 48V 11. 6 Ah
Charge time: 5 hours
Top speed: 20mph
Range: Up to 60 miles, depending on riding
style, load and terrain
Drivetrain: Shimano Alivio
Brakes: Tektro Aquila mechanical disc brakes
with power cutoff
Since it’s a mid-drive bike,
you get all the advantages of
torque control via the rear cogs.
Shimano Alivio components
Though we’re not always a fan of
mechanical discs, they are simpler and
less expensive than hydraulic brakes.
These Tektro units provided plenty of
EProdigy’s coaxial mid-drive is a unique one
designed and patented by Jimmy Chan. It’s
not the ;rst iteration, and newer, more powerful upgrades ;t in the same space and are
going or help accelerate. The gear range
on the Logan is perfect for most conditions, even in the hills.
The motor can be tuned by your bike
shop. For example, they can set the maximum speed, as well as be able to set the
motor output to 350, 500 or 750 watts,
all of which will affect your battery life
and range. Lower power draws less current, but unless you’re really timid about
speed, it’s better to always leave it set
for maximum output and scale it back via
the controls instead.
We weren’t getting quite as much
range as their quoted maximum distance,
but we also love using higher power levels. That’s what they’re there for, right?
As with any electric bike, you want a bike
that can easily get you to your regular
destinations without fully draining the
battery—and why not have maximum fun
on rides too?
This is a city bike with an innovative
motor that, in our opinion, looks good
and rides well. We enjoyed riding this
one. With decent power and upgrade-ability, the Logan is a good bike for the
Fork: SR Suntour NEX 700C, 65mm travel
Frame: 6061 aluminum
Weight: 50 lb.
Sizes: 20. 5 inches
Color choices: White/matte black/red