The display is bright and easy to read, but
the buttons aren’t always as easy to actuate. It took us a while to get the exact feel
for the type of press they liked.
Motor: 750W (1200W peak)
Power In Motion
Battery: Li-ion 44V 265–500 Wh
Charge time: 4 hours
Top speed: 20 mph
Range: Up to 25 miles, depending on
riding style, load and terrain
Drive: SRAM X5
Brakes: Magura MT4E hydraulic disc
Controls: Power In Motion
Fork: SR Suntour XCR suspension with
lockout, 15mm thru-axle
The battery connector is unique. It’s
designed to remove strain from the battery and all the vibration the bike encounters while riding. It’s borrowed from the
computer industry and is relatively easy to
connect or disconnect when needed.
There are no bosses to attach the fenders,
so Power In Motion resorted to this. It’s
not the most attractive fix, but certainly an
effective one. The fenders didn’t move.
Power In Motion’s proprietary cadence
sensor works in conjunction with a motor
sensor to intuitively know when you start
going up a hill, and it increases the torque
Weight: 68 lb.
Color choices: Blue