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Just Fun Tech: Velotric T1 ST E-Bike |

SystemSystem Member UncommonPosts: 12,599
edited October 2023 in News & Features Discussion

imageJust Fun Tech: Velotric T1 ST E-Bike |

Welcome back to Just Fun Tech, our column dedicated to the wider world of just plain fun technology. Today, we're diving back into the second half of our outdoor tech series with the Veloctric T1 ST, a lightweight e-bike that can speed you up to 25 MPH, but only if you pedal along! It was a blast to get outside and away from the PC with!

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  • AlexanderVendiAlexanderVendi Member UncommonPosts: 377
    What boss do i need to defeat in order to get components for this hero?
  • FalcomithFalcomith Member UncommonPosts: 830
    edited October 2023
    36V, 9.8 Ah battery? That is the smallest battery I have seen. Minimum average is a 48V, 10 Ah battery for ebikes and those are normally your budget and cheaper priced ebikes. Also only a 300W motor, that is also small and budget bikes usually run a minimum of 500w motors and the newer models hitting at 750W motors. I highly doubt you will get 50 miles on that one.

    Also consider your weight of yourself and weight of accessories you put on a ebike. Some might not think accessory weight matters, but I am talking about things like large bike bags for bike tools or storing water for your long bike rides. The more weight, the more the motor and battery has to work which equates to less mileage on a charge. But anyway, ebikes are a blast, and if you never tried one and are interested, look into one. Some areas have places where you can rent one if you want to get an idea of how they feel. There are many types of ebikes to, from road bikes, all terrain with 20" wheels, full on mountain bikes. Different systems to, to consider. Do you want a cadence system to where the motor kicks in when it senses a rotation of the pedals? Or do you want a torque system where the motor doesnt kick in until it senses you are putting allot of pressure when pedaling. Torque system can give you a little more workout then the cadence.
  • MonumentalMasterMonumentalMaster Newbie CommonPosts: 3
    edited July 8
    That sounds like a fun tech review! Speaking of amazing bikes, have you ever wondered how much a MotoGP bike costs? These high-performance machines are marvels of engineering, combining cutting-edge technology with incredible speed and precision. If you're curious about the costs and components involved in creating a MotoGP bike, check out this detailed article: From the intricacies of the engine to the advanced materials used in the chassis, it's fascinating to see what goes into making these racing beasts!
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  • MSuperMSuper Newbie CommonPosts: 21
    Interesting I wonder how long does the battery last at full speed?
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