I thought that is the same name that is on the rear hub motor.Here's the manufacture of Hyper ebike battery pack.
Their case is called OL03, but I don't know who makes them.
I was not sure where to post this, as EBR does not have Hyper Forum, but just thought maybe some people might be interested if they wanted to get a spare battery or possibly upgrade one.
What I don't understand is the packaging layout though.
Initially I thought it was 32cell max, but if that's the case, I guess Hyper has 30 cells (10 series, 3 parallel)?
If you replace the cells to Samsung 35E, you can make it 36V 10.5Ah instead of 36V 7.8Ah like stock.
Any updates on your bike? Any more broken spokes? Cowtown is Fort Worth, right?I thought that is the same name that is on the rear hub motor.
My spare battery was 200 dollars and free freight.
nice, what motor is that??walmart now sells a Hyper ebike with mid drive for $1398. The walmart description is lacking important specifics, I'm curious if/when it gets reviewed. Personally I'd convert a bike with a tongsheng tsdz2 instead but someone looking for an inexpensive mid drive might be interested.
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The display has Ananda markings. No performance specs on the Walmart site nor the manufacturer's site.nice, what motor is that??
With that battery capacity, I am not sure if it's a good deal.The display has Ananda markings. No performance specs on the Walmart site nor the manufacturer's site.
I like the concept. It might be a good option for a budget conscious person who isn't going to kit a bike and doesn't need massive range or power (assuming the usual Hyper 36v 7.8ah battery and undisclosed motor power ratings). Looks like a functional bike with advantages of a mid drive at just a few hundred above the price of a hub motor bike. Having fenders and a rear rack right out of the box means no fussing around adding those accessories.
Sounds like a beater ta me. I always have at least one expendible bike. I´ve boocoo partsTook delivery of Hyperbike $598.00 last August. Rear hub power and attractive way they built in the battery pack. 700c
I do 5000 miles a year for exercise and errands. I purchased it for days when my routes have highwinds and 5+ miles upwind.
50 pounds. Top speed around 17 mph. It came easy to assemble.
Not a quick release on seat post
Saddle was junk and they replaced it.
The City bike version stem handlebar fitting is a single hex machine screw and inferior.
Cheapo pedals which quickly look shabby but function.
All the parts, components fasteners are superior quality to Walmart store bikes except as mentioned above.
It is not the quality of my Trek
Bought a spare battery so I am enjoying power assisted trips in the 30+ mile range.
I have sailed for decades and my top of the line boats had internal halyards. (lines run inside the mast to the top of the mast)
So I think it is slick for a low end bike how they run brake, shift and electrical cables inside the tube.
Bike is not set up to install cages for hydration bottles. I carry 3 bottles in insulated lunch box I hang on the handlebars.
Just for the record, I have 3 29ers farmer powered but will order a Hyper 29er Juice assist because I will also have to 2 spare batteries to take with me.
That Diamondback looks like a deal if you can actually get it at <$1300 including shipping. One thing that is often overlooked with Walmart bikes is that they have a very generous return policy. I think 30 days for any reason, additionally an additional 4 year warranty is only $77. Where else could you get a mid drive, torque sensing bike at anything near this price that you can return to your local Walmart if you find you don't like it for any reason.With that battery capacity, I am not sure if it's a good deal.
Not bad, but not sure if it's THAT good.
For example, Diamondback Powerline can be bought for $1949 Canadian ($1565 US @ today's rate) but looks like you could get one as low as $1619 Canadian ($1286 US @ today's rate).
The Diamondback comes with 36V 10.4Ah battery.As of 2021, it has an aluminum frame: uh shinagi motor down tube mounted down tube mounted battery 10.4 amp hours 36 volts 250 watts with samsung cells, 100 millimeter travel front suspension,www.ebike.reviews
Have you wanted to experience the thrill of mountain biking but are not thrilled with the idea of having to do all the work up the climbs? Look no further than the Diamondback Powerline E-Bike. With 5 different levels of pedal assist, plus a walk mode, you can choose when and how much power...diamondback-canada.ca
Sadly riders don't often choose 36V sippers. Like the TSDZ2 and BBS01B. Reliable fast enough and have great mileage. My 120lb wife gets an easy 50 miles on her 2014 BBS01(A) 36V 350W with a 10Ah battery.I've ridden over 50 miles on a tongsheng equipped bike on a single charge of a 36v 10ah battery and I ride in a very hilly/mountainous area so it all depends.