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Ebikes are a relatively new invention that has been around for less than a decade. Rechargeable batteries power them, and they typically have electric motors to help the rider go up hills or to get back home after work.
The new folding e-bikes are the latest innovation in this industry and offer many benefits. These bikes are lighter, more compact, and easier to store when not in use than other models. Because bikes can fold compactly, riders have more options for riding.
Here are our JAGER e-bike SPORT MX3 folding electric bike specifications.
Frame: 20" AL FRAME With Patent Lock
Shock Fork: FATMAN-ML 20",MOZO Front Suspension Fork
Fender: ABS Fender Black
Tire: INNOVA TIRE 20*3.0 High cut
Alloy wheel motor: alloy wheel rim 48V/500W
Stem: Adjust alloy stem
Grip: Leather Grip
Front & rear brake: XOD Hidralic Brake
Crank: Jiankun double wall 52T
Shifter/Derailleur/Freewheel: SHIMANO 6 gear
Pedal: Foladable TUV approve
Saddle: Sofa Saddle
Seat: post KS approve by TUV
Rear light: Jäger Bike RL810 + 48VDC
Front light: Jager Bike D-022 48V
Charger: 54.6V/2A. (ATN)
Battery: 48V/18AH ,G9 pantent lock
LCD Display: Jager Bike X5 Display
Carton: 5 layer
This page shows you one of the reasons commuters should consider an electric bike.
The main benefit of electric bike commuting is that it saves money.
Public transportation or driving to work can be much more expensive than riding an electric bike.
If you commute to New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, or San Francisco, you may be paying a lot to park your car.
Parking in Manhattan can cost anywhere from $20 to $50 per day. There is no charge for parking a bike. You could save $400-$1,000 per month if you live in New York.
You can find Manhattan day parking rates on this parking app.
Fuel is another cost to consider. In a medium-sized sedan, a dollar's worth of gas will get you about 11 miles. For $1 in fuel, you can drive about six and a half miles in a pick-up truck. However, an electric bike could travel 600 miles or more on a dollar's worth of electricity.
With a 10-mile commute (20 miles round trip), you would drive 100 miles per week and 5,200 miles per year. In a medium-sized sedan that gets 27 miles per gallon, your 10-mile commute would require approximately 192 gallons of gasoline annually.
How much would that cost?
Based on the Energy Information Administration, the national average gasoline price in the United States was $2.25 per gallon the week of January 21, 2019. That's 192 gallons times $2.25 or $432.00.
Your cost of an electric bike? It could be 30 cents.
There is no doubt that electric bikes are a popular choice for commuters who want to save money and reduce their carbon footprint. Electric bikes are cheaper than cars, faster than walking, and more flexible than public transportation. They offer an all-weather commuting option for people who live in cities with hills or heavy traffic.
Electric bikes are environmentally friendly, affordable to purchase and maintain and provide exercise while commuting. Most models can travel up to 20 miles per hour (32 km/h) without pedaling, which is the speed of a standard bicycle. It means riders can get where they need to go without breaking a sweat or getting too tired from pedaling uphill.
Electric bike commuters often buy an electric bike kit that can install on their existing traditional bicycle frame without any mechanical skills needed! These kits usually include the battery pack and motor unit, often removable so that they can be charged separately from the bike frame.
Ebike is a good option for you!