Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm
Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm
Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm
Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm
Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm
Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm
Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm

Progear Bikes E-Trail Dual Suspension E-Bike 27.5*18" in Sandstorm

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SKU: V420-PGEL-TRAILSS-18
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Technical Specifications
Frame: Alloy 27.518"
Suspension component: 1000Lb 24 24 170mm
Suspension Fork: 27.5", 100mm Travel, Hydraulic Lockout
Handlebar: Alloy Width:680MM, 15MM Rise
Stem: Alloy 90mm, +-7
Grip: 130MM Rubber Grip
Crank sets: Crank Length 170mm, 36t Chainring
BB sets: L:BB73*127.5mm(26+73+28.5)
Pedal: Alloy 9/16"
Chain: 1/2"*3/32"*116L
Freewheel: Shimano CS-HG200-8, 8-SPEED, 12-14-16-18-21-24-28-32(BR),
Derailleur R: Shimano Tourney TY300D
Shifter Lever: Shimano,SL-M310,RIGHT 8 Speed Rapid Fire
Brake: Mechnical disc brake Rotor:160mm
Hub Front: 3/8"*13G*36H
Tyre: CST 27.5"*2.10
Seat Post: ?30.4*350mm
Seat Clamp: ?34.9 Quick Release
Kickstand: Alloy Kickstand

Electrical Components
Motor: 36V*250W*27.5 25KM/H - Complies to EN15194
Torque Sensor: double hall
Displa: 0-5 Speed Levels - Max Speed 25kph
Controller: 27.5, 36V*350W
Battery: 36V*10.4A
Charger: DC2.1 charge port

Electric Bike Battery Information
The travel distance after a full charge on this e-Bike can vary from 30km to 70km.
There are several factors that will affect how long the battery will last after a full charge.

Factors include:
Level of pedal assistance higher level of assistance will use more battery charge
Weight of Rider & Luggage more weight may require more power from the battery
Terrain & Weather Conditions Terrain & wind may cause drag, and will require more power to maintain speed.
Tyre Conditions Incorrect tyre pressure may create more rolling resistance
Traffic/Route Conditions Stop/Start cycling may use more power to accelerate up to appropriate travelling speeds.