Bafang 750 watt BB motor
48v 11ah battery
IZIP E3 Dash
Motor: Rear hub 500W, gearless high speed
Battery: Lithium-ion 48V8.7Ah 417Wh
Display: LCD multi-function display with power adjustment features
Speed: 20 mph / 32 kph motor only, 28 mph / 45kph with hard pedaling
Range: 25 - 35 Miles / 40 - 56 km with normal pedaling
Manufacturer: Currie Technologies
I've had this bike for a short time and have only 173 miles so far. My experience, pedaling hard, has been an indicated top speed on flat, paved trail of about 25 mph. The quoted range is optimistic but even with heavy battery use I can go 20 miles. Overall - so far I'm very pleased with it.
Chris on his IZIP E3 Dash.jpg
Last edited by ChrisD_; 05-18-14 at 10:11 AM.
My new bike (green and black) and my old one (red and white).
Old one is a rear hub 200W with controller mounted in plastic project box and 36V 10AH battery.
New one is a front hub 1000W with controller in hub and using the same 36V 10AH battery (for now, until I get a 48V).
Both are on almost identical Motachie mountain bike frames.
I get about 30KM range on the 36V battery but should get about 40-45KM when i upgrade my battery.
Speed is about 34-36KM/H which should increase once i move to 48V.
Hope you like it, feel free to ask any questions.
max speed 50km/h
MTB with 500w 48v conhis hub motor.
max speed 54km/h
range whit 48v 12AH baterry 60km
order a frame bag for controller/baterry and like to paint the motor and front suspension in white coller for a clean look
This box of eCandy came one day:
It's my wife's Kalkhoff Agattu, a replacement for her last one, a Bronx. And it's just grand.
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That's a beauty
She's had it for a few years now. No problems. Highly recommended.
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1992 Trek 850 with Clean Republic Hill Topper kit. I still need to do the real wire routing this was my set it all up and test it config.
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If I've posted correctly you will see a pic of my folding E bike. I loved this bike but sadly smashed up the front forks, wheel, stem and handlebars when I dodged a car reversing into me and demolished a fence instead. The company is very hard to communicate with and spare parts seem to be non-existant. I could repair it with generic parts but apparently then it wouldn't fold. Now deciding whether to use existing kit on a different frame with larger wheels...........
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Just bought 48V 1000W 26" Rear Wheel Kit to convert my old hardtail into a commuter bike between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Any advice where to get suitable 48v battery kits?
Master your environment, and you will survive just fine.
Chances favor the prepared mind.
Saw these beauties in Carmel at the Pebble Beach car show last week
You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.
You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
You cannot lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down.
You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred.
Ideal Home 1.jpg
This is my bike where I first saw it at the Ideal Home Exhibition in London. It grabbed my attention straight away. It is so much more comfortable than a conventional cycle style ebike and I could put my books and shopping in the box.