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Scorpion S4 Folding electric bike specifications
Frame: 20" AL Frame with patent lock
Shock Fork: Fatman-ML-20", MOZO AL Front suspension
Fender: Stell fender, painting same as frame color
Tire: Innova tire 20*4 1/4
Alloy wheel motor: alloy wheel rim 48V/500W
Stem: Adjust alloy stem Grip: Argormamic grip
Front & rear brake: Mechanics brake
Crank: Prowheel double wall 52T
Shifter/Derailleur/Freewheel: SHIMANO 6 GEAR
Pedal: Foldable TUV approve
Saddle: Comfort big saddle Carrier: Alloy
Rear light: Jäger Bike RL810 + 48VDC
Front light: Jäger Bike D-022 48V
Charger: 54.6V/2A(ATN) Controller: 48V/20A 9 mos
Battery: 48V/16AH,G9 patent lock
Display: Jager Bike S6 display
Carton: 5 layer
Fitness and speed are two benefits of riding an electric bike to work or school. We have talked about fitness health on Scorpion XS3 folding electric bike page.
This page shows you one of the reasons commuters should consider an electric bike.
It is electric bikes make you go here faster. Yes, it is speed.
Electric bikes are faster than conventional bikes unless you are an elite cyclist with Tour de France experience. You still want to make it to work on time, which can significantly affect your commute.
For example, let's use 20 miles per hour for electric bikes with either pedal assistance or power on demand. Compare that to a conventional bicycle's average speed of 11 miles per hour. An electric bike would take just 15 minutes to commute five miles, but a traditional bicycle would take 27 minutes.
A regular bicycle would take about an hour and five minutes to travel 12 miles to work or school, while an electric bike would take just 36 minutes. While these estimates compare the electric bike's top speed (a legal requirement) to an average rate for a standard bicycle, maintaining 20 miles per hour on an electric bike requires about as much work as reaching an average speed on a conventional bicycle.