That's pretty much always on. No one would consider a regen ever being on while pedaling, it's the opposite of what regen means.According to Rattan, their Regeneration isn't "always on", it recharges the battery "anytime the bike is braking, gliding, or riding downhill".
I have put 150 miles on a Eahora X7 Plus that has the same Reibok regen motor and with it's 500W motor and only a 10.4Ah battery I can get 40-50 miles with regen and a little work on my part. That indicates that the Rattan numbers might actually be achievable in a best case riding style/terrain scenario. YMMV ;-)Jr I was thinking the same the about the regen 60 regen/100 mile range even on the larger 17amp battery just doesn't seem possible
Harry if I thought my wife would allow it I would have already pulled the trigger I even tried to talk her into letting me get it for her