I believe it's a different battery, motor and controller though. I don't think you can just swap the battery, although I have seen some systems capable of this sort of thing so it's not unheard of. Generally you have a different controller for a 48v and 36v battery.If it does it will be very exiting to know what top speed you get if you put a nitro battery on a 36v bh bike. In europe we get 40 kmh. But I guess you will get a top speed between 45 and 50 kmh with your 350w back wheel conpared to 250 in Europe.
Thanks for the exciting new models.
I find my 26" Jumper about as large as I can handle.
It looks like the full-suspensions are all 27.5 or 29 inch tires.
Will the 26" still be available?
I'm at the time in life where I start shrinking; I used to 5'11" and seem to nearer 5'9" these days -- sigh...