Sondors Fold XS Battery Mile Range

Bluethunder73

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USA
Does any body know how many miles can you go on a Sondors Fold XS using a full charged stock LG battery?

Also how much does the stock battery weigh?

My riding is mostly flat hard surfaces like city neighborhood streets and the beach strand.

Sondors advertising says it can go 40 - 60 range, but was more curious what the actual battery riding range is.
 

Tone Rob

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40-60 if you're in pedal assist level 1 or 2, no thumb throttle. Haven't really tried it yet. Battery life depends on how much pedal assist or thumb throttle you use, the more you use the less battery you have, which cuts the hours usage. I ride about 6 miles to work on level 3 in about 17-20 mins, over a bridge and when I get to work I've used 1 battery line. Going up hills of any sort you'll lose battery life. It's really hard to tell battery life because, hills,weight,wind, all play a factor
 

Tone Rob

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Does any body know how many miles can you go on a Sondors Fold XS using a full charged stock LG battery?

Also how much does the stock battery weigh?

My riding is mostly flat hard surfaces like city neighborhood streets and the beach strand.

Sondors advertising says it can go 40 - 60 range, but was more curious what the actual battery riding range is.
The battery weighs about 3-4 pounds
 

Bluethunder73

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Region
USA
40-60 if you're in pedal assist level 1 or 2, no thumb throttle. Haven't really tried it yet. Battery life depends on how much pedal assist or thumb throttle you use, the more you use the less battery you have, which cuts the hours usage. I ride about 6 miles to work on level 3 in about 17-20 mins, over a bridge and when I get to work I've used 1 battery line. Going up hills of any sort you'll lose battery life. It's really hard to tell battery life because, hills,weight,wind, all play a factor
Thanks for the information, I am thinking in most of my normal riding conditions I will be able to pedal like a normal bike. Then only use the electric to help out it times when my legs get tired from pedaling. I am thinking of using the bike to ride on my beach strand which is around 23 miles.
 

Tone Rob

Member
You can, but remember, the bike is 75 pounds.i tried but it's heavy, but in the stand use level 2, you get a nice boost and it shouldn't use too much battery, and always take your charger you might find an outlet, even if it's for a few mins
 

Bluethunder73

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Region
USA
You can, but remember, the bike is 75 pounds.i tried but it's heavy, but in the stand use level 2, you get a nice boost and it shouldn't use too much battery, and always take your charger you might find an outlet, even if it's for a few mins
Thanks for the ideas, I forgot this is a slightly heavier bike.
 

Tone Rob

Member
You're 50 pounds lighter, it'll be just right for you, you'll probably make it you distance and back on 1 charge. My weight and the hills makes the motor work harder so I use a little more battery, enjoy my friend