For a folding bike, this thing comes packed with features. it has nice fenders, a rear rack and an internal gearing system that’s quiet, durable and compact.
the Shimano hub gears and even though this bike only offers three speeds, that’s fine for a folding bike which is usually ridden slower anyway.
The top speed of this bike in electric mode is limited to 25km/h on most full sized ebikes and again, this has to do with the fact that it’s a folding bike and may be less stable at high speeds.
Shimano Inter-3 Speeds
Shimano Roller Brake
Motor rated power
Motor rated voltage
36V; 7.8 Ah
Another good decision they made on this bike was the metal loop welded just below the bottom bracket (below the pedal arms) which helps to prop the bike up when it’s folded and keep the chain ring from getting banged on the ground. In the video above I talk about using it for locking the bike but I think it’s actually more for protection during transport.
The motor and battery for this bike work very well together and offer quite a bit of power and range for a folding bike. The motor is a 250 watt geared, brushess design mounted to the front fork. It’s powerful enough to take on smaller hills but struggles with larger riders or increasing headwinds. The battery pack contains 36 volts worth of Lithium-ion cells that can endure over 1,000 charge cycles before wearing out if cared for properly and the 7.8 amp hour range is enough to easily reach 20 miles with throttle mode only, up to 30 in pedal assist mode.