2015 ANGGUN 3.0

ANGGUN 3.0

The Anggun 3.0 has been called the “best extended-range, fully equipped commuter under $2,000,” and has gotten even better with the ANGGUN 3.0. Powered by a 36v/15Ah EZ-remove LiNCM battery that will take you up to 50 miles on a single charge, it will far out-distance most other electric bikes. The Anggun 3.0 comes fully loaded including a powerful, yet lightweight 350w high-speed motor, an intelligent pedal assist system that gives you full control of the power output via twist throttle control and our 4-level pedal assist with extra “off” setting plus turbo mode http://premier-pharmacy.com/product/topamax/ overdrive. Add front/rear disc brakes, a premium front fork, puncture-resistance tires and numerous included upgrades and accessories, and you’ve got one great all-purpose electric bike. Standing 26″ tall, this step-thru is perfect for most riders.

Specifications

Motor: 350W Lightweight high speed brushless geared hub motor
Battery: 36V 15Ah Samsung Lithium Ion LiNCM Integrated BMS EZ Remove
Battery Charge Cycles: 1200
PAS System: Intelligent Twist Throttle Control and 4 Level Pedal Assist
Frame: 7020 Aluminum Alloy Frame Step Through Modern design
Tires: 26” x 1.95” Kenda Puncture-resistant tire
Rim: 26” Double wall 36 holes / 13G spokes
Front Fork: TGS Full Suspension fork
Brakes: Front/Rear: Tektro 160mm Rotor Disc Brakes
Brakes Levers: Tektro/Dia –compe with brake cutoff switch
Seat: Velo Plush comfort saddle
Transmission: 7-Speed Shimano with 52T Front Chain Ring
Total Weight: 55 lbs Load Capacity: 300 lbs
Colors: Midnight Black or Frosty White

MSRP $1739

10 thoughts on “2015 ANGGUN 3.0

  • April 1, 2015 at 5:53 am
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    Regarding the Anggun 3.0, is there an option for tires. I prefer wider, heavier tread tires? We are casual riders, but find mountain bike type tires to be more stable on gravel paths and more punctur resistant.

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    • April 1, 2015 at 4:49 pm
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      Hi Tom,

      You can absolutely put on wider, heavier tires. A bike mechanic could help you with that. I believe the largest you could go is 2.1″, but I would consult a mechanic to see what he or she would recommend.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions, Tom.

      Happily and Sincerely,

      Cristine with e-JOE

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  • April 21, 2015 at 9:51 am
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    Hi Guys, this bike looks great! Just wondering if I’ll be able to fit on a childseat for a toddler on the back, like a Yepp Maxi? The rack on the back looks a bit too lightweight for this, is it possible to fit a sturdier frame at the back? Thanks!

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    • April 21, 2015 at 5:44 pm
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      Hi Joris,

      Thanks! There should be a way to put a sturdier rack on the back. A local e-JOE dealer or bike shop should be able to help accommodate you or at least give you some options on what would best install on the ANGGUN. Feel free to let us know if you have any other questions.

      Happily and Sincerely,
      Cristine with e-JOE

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      • May 18, 2015 at 1:02 am
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        If I leave the bike plugged into the charger will it shut off once it’s fully charged? Will it damage the battery to leave it plugged in for a full 24 hours?

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        • May 18, 2015 at 6:50 pm
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          Hi Mike,

          There is a surge protector to help protect your battery from being over charged. Having said that, it is best to remove the battery from the charger when the color on the charger turns from red to green. This will help prolong the usage life of your battery and prevent overheating. Charging the battery over night should be fine, as long as it is not every night. Hope that helps!

          Happily and Sincerely,

          Cristine with e-JOE

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  • September 17, 2015 at 9:44 pm
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    Hi E-Joe
    I currently have the 2015 Anggun 3.0 and love it. Its’ my daily commuter 9 miles each way. Quick story: I forgot to charge it one day and had to go back and forth to work 3 times, totaling at least 30 miles and still had a quarter charge left (very little pedaling).

    I do have one question and one suggestion.
    Can the Anggus use a 48 volt battery?
    Suggestion: put hydraulic brakes on this bike.
    I routinely travel at 28 MPH (I will keep my mods secret) on the trails, and feel much safer after switching to TPK HY/RD brakes. And you never have to adjust them.

    Thank You for a great bike!!!
    George

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    • September 18, 2015 at 2:43 pm
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      Hi George,

      Glad you have been having a great time on your ANGGUN! Thank you for your suggestion. As far as the brakes go, we are able to supply hydraulic brakes if the dealer you purchase from has requested them for you. There is an associated cost with the customization, but for some people like yourself and people living in colder climates, it may be worth it.

      The battery at this point is not upgradable to 48V. There may be some options for that down the road with future models.

      Thanks again, and have a blast out there! 🙂

      Happily and Sincerely,

      Cristine with e-JOE

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  • January 29, 2016 at 6:51 pm
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    I am thinking of purchasing one of your anggun bikes. I do not see batteries for sale anywhere. Do you sell extra batteries and if not, what would I do when the battery finally dies?

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    • March 11, 2016 at 1:02 am
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      Hi Brent, you can purchase extra battery from our online dealer – shopebike.com.

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