Electric bicycle (also called “e-bike”) is a bicycle with an integrated electric motor to provide additional power and speed; it enables a cyclist to ride farther, faster, and with greater ease and enjoyment. E-bikes are designed to complement pedaling, not replace it. There are four key components to an electric bicycle: a battery, a motor, a controller, and a pedal-assist system (PAS), which can provide anywhere from a small electric power assist to a completely effortless electric vehicle experience.
eJOE Bike ride starts with turning on the display. Normally, the default pedal assistance is set on level “0” for a safe start. Switching from level 0 to 1 activates the pedal-assist system and the motor. As soon as the pedals start rotating, the pedal assist sensor catches the signal and turns on the motor to provide a cyclist with an appropriate amount of power. The higher the level of PAS, the more power it provides. The electric motor assists up to 20 mph and cuts out if pedaling faster than that. Some of our latest eJOE Bike Models let the rider travel at a higher speed up to 25 mph. In addition to PAS, all eJOE bikes are equipped with the throttles that allow them to accelerate without pedaling at all.