Is it possible to run 62 miles on a single charge for a Pedal-assist Ebike?

If you need an Ebike, will you choose Rbike?

  • Yes

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • No

    Votes: 9 90.0%

  • Total voters
    10

Jessie

New Member
The answer is definitely yes. It is possible for the Rbike. When the battery is full charged, riding Rbike around Qinghai Lake for 62 miles, there is still a grid of electricity left.

Witobuy found a team to raise crowdfunding for the Rbike on Indiegogo. It's Gorgeous, how do you think?

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crowdfunding page, https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/rbike-long-lasting-pedal-assist-electric-bike

It will be appreciate if you can share your opinions.

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J.R.

Well-Known Member
It's possible to reach 62 miles on most ebikes, but that's dependant on how hard you're willing to work for it. A better statistic for claims like this would be the amount of watts the human would need to generate to achieve 62 miles with this build.

There's nothing that can be said or written that could entice me to order an ebike from a crowd-funding campaign on indiegogo. The fact that the money is gone whether the campaign is funded or not, should give anyone a reason to look elsewhere. Another reason would be wild claims.
 
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RoyL

Active Member
This e-bike is rear-hub driven and according to the spec...
Equipped with a 36V 8.8Ah battery

62 miles? Definitely not without a very fit riders input.
 

pxpaulx

Well-Known Member
Just curious; are you associated with Rbike? If you are, it would be appropriate for you to disclose your association.

Thank you,

Court J.
There have been several posts like this lately and I agree, nothing grates me more on a forum than someone trying to sell something without disclosing their affiliation.
 
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This e-bike is rear-hub driven and according to the spec...
Equipped with a 36V 8.8Ah battery

62 miles? Definitely not without a very fit riders input.
My thought exactly!
 

harryS

Well-Known Member
Qinhai lake, as I have learned, is the biggest lake in China, located at 10500 feet altitude. It looks pretty. I'd really like to see it and ride a rental bike around part of the 840 mile road that circles it. I have ridden a bike at 9000 feet when I was younger, and I pulled my little girl in a trailer then. I'd probably need an e-bike to ride it now.

I would think 62 miles is doable, but the rider will have to provide more than half the power by pedaling. I'm sure any of the local folk that live there could do that.

However, I would not choose an Rbike until it becomes a real product that I can buy. Donating to a crowd funded webpage is not the same as buying something.
 

Jessie

New Member
Just curious; are you associated with Rbike? If you are, it would be appropriate for you to disclose your association.

Thank you,

Court J.
Hi, Court J. Thanks for your kind reminding. I am not associate with Rbike. I just came across it on Indiegogo, it seems cool. But I am not quite professional about ebike and want to hear opinions of people here.
 

Jessie

New Member
It's possible to reach 62 miles on most ebikes, but that's dependant on how hard you're willing to work for it. A better statistic for claims like this would be the amount of watts the human would need to generate to achieve 62 miles with this build.

There's nothing that can be said or written that could entice me to order an ebike from a crowd-funding campaign on indiegogo. The fact that the money is gone whether the campaign is funded or not, should give anyone a reason to look elsewhere. Another reason would be wild claims.
Thanks for your response J.R. The point you said is terrible for funders. I thought they will deliver the item no matter the campaign is funded or not. Thanks for your opinion, I will contact with the team members to confirm if I fund it.