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Electric Bike Company Model X (Classic)

Electric Bike Company Model X (Classic)
  • Color: Black
  • Color: Red
$1,699.00 - $3,480.00
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Details

The Model X is a classic style electric cruiser, built to order, 100% customizable, and arrives fully built. Awarded top rated E-Cruiser in USA by (Electric Bike Review 2018 / 2019 / 2020).

Colorize, customize, accessorize and stylize towards your heart’s content. Contact us to more custom color options and accessiries.

NOTE: NO TAX OUTSIDES WISCONSIN AND SHIPS DIRECTLY TO YOU 99% ASSEMBLED AND FREE ALARM SYSTEM.

Bike Components

Anti-Theft Alarm

FREE WITH PURCHASE FROM MOBOEEVO $129 VALUE

Battery

48V 11.6Ah (optional 14Ah)
Optional 10.5Ah In-Basket battery
Lithium-Ion Samsung Cell (5 year warranty*)
* Please see warranty information

Battery charger

3.5 Amp super charger
with Smart charging technology, cooling fan,
aluminum cover & 3 prong charging port for safety

Brakes

Tektro "Auriga" Hydraulic Disk Brakes
with motor disconnect and 2 piston calipers

Brake Levers

Aluminum alloy comfort grip levers with motor cutoff switch

Brake Pad Material

Organic compound

Brake Rotors

180 mm Stainless steel (front and rear)

Chain

Stainless Steel, rust resistant for longevity

Charge Time

3-4 hrs with super charger (included)

Crank Set

56T chainring, 170 mm forged alloy cranks

Drive Train

Direct (single speed) or optional 7 speed

Fork

Rigid Steel 1-1/8" fork with threaded steerer tube

Freewheel

18T cog for medium to hilly terrain

Grips

Locking handstitched vegan leather
Aluminium secure ends for non slip
available in Black or Tan

Handlebars

27" wide steel crusier bars

Headset

Semi-integrated, 1-1/8" straight steerer tube

LCD Screen

Color display, multi level, compact
user friendly screen with USB outlet

Lights

Front and rear safety LED lights,
powered by the battery,
controlled from LCD screen

Motor

1000W max output (10 year warranty)

Pedals

Wellgo aluminium, integrated bearing pedals
with comfort non slip rubber

Rims

Double walled, aluminum 2? ebike rims

Seat

Custom, leather,
300 x 300 x 100mm thick, high density foam,
elastomer bumpers for support and comfort
available in Black or Tan

Seat Post

30.4mm x 300mm ridgid aluminum, up to 350lbs
Optional Satori suspension (170lbs)
or Suntour suspension (350lbs)

Spokes

13-gauge stainless steel, rust resistant,
black or silver with brass nipples

Stem

Integrated 120 mm, adjustable from 0º-60º

Tires

Schwalbe Fat Frank Tire E-Cruiser tire,
available in Black or Brown with White wall,
Optional upgrade; Continental Contact Plus City E50,
puncture resistant, low rolling resistance to save battery power

Throttle

Thumb throttle for safety on every bike

1

REAR HEIGHT

26.6"

675 mm

2

HANDLEBAR WIDTH

27"

686 mm

3

SEAT TUBE TO HEADSET

25.6"

651 mm

4

SEAT CLAMP TO CRANK

17.6"

447 mm

5

SEAT CLAMP TO GROUND

28.3"

720 mm

6

WHEELBASE

48"

1221 mm

7

END TO END

74.6"

1896 mm

Recommended Rider Height

5’2" – 6’10”

Standover height

Wheel 24" : 770mm / 26" : 789mm

Min. rider inseam

Wheel 24" : 30.3" / 26" : 31"

Max. weight

300 lbs

Bike weight with battery

53lbs

motor-icon

25 mph
1000 watt

max. output

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Up to 120 mile
range

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Arrives
fully built

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300 lbs
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All the information and manuals you need to operate the bikes are found on the website, at the bottom of our Contact page. Here are direct links to the Quick Start Manual, Charging Informationlithium battery manual, and the comprehensive User Manual. This video explains how to unpack the box. Here are other videos explaining adjustment, fitting, and other parts of the bike. The bike does come fully assembled, with the handlebars turned sideways, so that the box is not any wider than it already is. To adjust the handlebars into place, you will need 4, 5, and 6 mm Allen wrenches. We have included these tools with the bike. Here is a video on how to adjust handlebars into place. Then you are ready to ride!

 

For optimal battery maintenance, please charge the battery to full capacity, once every 1 to 2 months. This especially during months of non-use, to maintain the battery life.

 

How To Power On The Bike:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1h-_yHdnPKY

 

Links to your Registration and Return Policy Info: 

-Return Policy: https://electricbikecompany.com/registration-warranty-return/ 

 

-Warranty Info: https://electricbikecompany.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/EBC-Warranty-Information.pdf

 

WARRANTY REMINDER: BE SURE TO CHARGE YOUR BATTERY EVERY 2-3 MONTHS, AND AFTER EVERY RIDE!!! 

Programming Cruise Control on Your Electric Bike

 
We are so fortunate to have a vibrant and active community on all of our platforms. Recently, we received an  important question from our Facebook Electric Bike Company Owners Group where they asked, How Do I Enter Into Cruise Control On My E-Bike? Below are the steps required to set your e-bike into cruise along with the video that explains the process. Steps to Put Your Bike Into Cruise Control
  1. Power on your screen by pressing the power button on your controller (center button)
  2. Then quickly after hold down the up and down arrows  to enter into parameter setting [the screen will start blinking meaning you are now able to change settings]
  3. Toggle through the settings by pressing down on the power button. Keep toggling until you reach the screen that has the C- 7 variable
  4. Keep pressing the power button until everything on the screen stops blinking [which is around 3 taps on your power button]
  5. After the screen stops blinking hold down the up and down arrow buttons again. This will call up on the screen P1 100.
  6. Keep pressing down the  power button to toggle through the P1-P5 features. Once you hit the P5, your entire screen will start blinking. Hit the power button one more time to stop the blinking
  7. You are now able to enter into the C settings. To do so, hold down the up and down arrows once again to enter into the C parameters
  8. In the C parameters you will see the screen read C1 02 . To go to cruise control the screen needs to read C7. Toggle through the settings by pressing the power button 6 times until you see C7 appear on your screen
  9. Once you reach C7 you will see the factories value set to 0, in order to enter into cruise control change the value to 1. To do this press the power button to change the value to 1.
  10. Once the value has been changed to 1 hold down the power button to save the changes and go back to the main screen.

How to bed-in disc brakes?

Every disc brake and pad manufacturer has its own bed-in procedure, but all are slight variations on a similar set of steps. The key is to heat and cool the brakes in a repeatable and consistent manner, without accidentally scoring the pads or rotor by braking too hard, too soon. Again, the goal is a consistent transfer layer. Here’s what we have found works:

  • Hop on your bike somewhere with plenty of room. Pedal up to a moderate speed – 8-10 miles/h or so.
  • Sit down in the saddle and apply the brakes evenly, without skidding, until speed drops to a walking pace.
  • Release the brakes while you’re still moving.
  • Repeat 10 times. You will feel brake power increasing with each repetition. Be careful not to skid as brake power increases with each repeat.
  • Perform the same set of steps, but increase speed to 18 miles/h.
  • Repeat 5-6 times.

SRAM says to perform 20 slowdowns from a medium speed, and then another 10 from a higher speed. Shimano has a slightly different take, suggesting 10 stops with each brake.

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