ANCHEER 500W/250W Electric Bike Adult Electric Mountain Bike, 26" Electric Bicycle 20Mph with Removable 12.5Ah/8AH Lithium-Ion Battery, Professional 21 Speed Gears
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- Strong Body – The fork is made of carbon steel and the handle bar is made from aluminum alloy. This makes the bike light weight yet very sturdy. These metals can take heavy weights as well as rough terrain, and has djustable seat/handbar angle/stem's length set. thus making this an apt mountain bike.
- Brake & Gear Shift Systeml – With front and rear disc brakes and 21-speed transmission system, you can choose any speed according to your needs. The perfect brakes fully protect your safety. And the horn and the bright LED headlamp are equipped for night riding
- Removable Battery & Mileage – With Easy Charge Port System, the electric bike can be charged on or off the frame easily.The mileage range of this bike is in between 25 to 50 km.250W high speed brushless gear motors easily assists you to travel at the 15mph road speed limit.
- 3 Working Model – E-bike & Assisted bicycle & nomal bicycle, you can choose the E-bike to enjoy a long time travel, and also exercise. Combining two modes would be a better choice.
- Service – With one-year service for the electric motor, battery and the charger, you've no worry about using it.When purchasing this e bike, click on the “Select Assembly ” button above; choose "Ship to store for assembly and pick up". Note: If you not select, no assembly service.
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ANCHEER Power Plus Electric Mountain Bike / Road Bike / Adults' Ebike / Cyclocross Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery AN-EB001 (Unfolding E-bike)
- The model's height----6'1''
- Wheel Diameter: 26inches
- Frame Material: Aluminum Alloy
- Saddle tube: Aluminum Alloy seat tube
- Net weight: About 23kg/50lbs
- Load capacity: 150kg/330lbs
- Brake Style: Dual-disc-brakes
- Number Of Speeds: 21 speed shifter
- Front Fork: High-strength carbon steel comfort shock absorption
- Full Length: 64.4 inches Handlebars length: 26.7 inches Seat Height: 32.6-38 inches
- Electric System :
- Mileage range: 25~50KM--15~30miles
- Maximum speed: 25km/h --15mph
- Lithium battery: 36V 8Ah
- Charger: Smart Lithium battery charger
- Motor: Stable 250W high speed brushless gear motors
- Meter: 3-speed smart meter button
- Headlight: Bright LED headlamp and horn
- The removable 36V, 8AH Ion lithium battery, custom battery pack design fits neatly into the downtube but can be charged on or off the frame. can make you ride up to 25-50 kms. Easy Charge Port System makes it charge easily. New!! Have Spare Batteries.
How do you what the correct stem length/Handbar angle for you and your ANCHEER Ebike is?
Making small changes can bring about noticeable improvements in comfort depending on what you’re trying to achieve !
Put simply, if you want a racy, aggressive and aerodynamic position, a longer stem will provide a more stretched out riding position.
If comfort is your top priority, a shorter stem length will bring the bars closer to the saddle and put you in a more upright position, placing less strain on your back.
You can also adjust handbar angle and it can bring you in comfort better.
Front and Rear 21-Speed gear
21-Speed gear increases hill-climbing power, further range variation, and greater terrain adaptability.
|AN-EB008 ( White )||AN-EB003 ( Black )||AN-EB001 ( Black )||AN-EB003 ( White)||AN-EB008 ( Black )|
|Wheel Diameter||26 inch||26 inch||26 inch||26 inch||26 inch|
|Range||28-35 miles||15-30 miles||15-30 miles||15-30 miles||28-35 miles|
Product detailsColor:Classic Black
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : December 2, 2019
- Manufacturer : GUANGZHOU MYATU PEDELEC TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD
- ASIN : B0828RP1W4
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#37,816 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #8 in Adult Electric Bicycles
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I've wanted to commute to work for a while now, but with no showering facilities at work, I wasn't about to ride one of my traditional bikes and sit in my sweat for the rest of the day. This bike has solved that problem. For reference, I am 5 ft 5 inches tall and about 175 lbs. With this E-Bike I can ride to work in full throttle mode, or with minimal pedaling all the way to work (7 miles, with a few fairly steep hills) in about 30 minutes. On the ride home I can pedal like a regular bike, use pedal assist, or full throttle depending on my mood. On my way to work I average about 13-15 mph using just the throttle with occasional pedaling to get up the 2 or 3 hills on my route. I am by no means really putting any effort into the pedaling, but just helping the motor a little as they are fairly steep. I could certainly use just the throttle and make it up the hills on my route and would probably average about 8 mph up the hills. During the rest of my commute (which is on a local bike trail) the terrain is flat which increases my speed to about 16.5 mph, thus the average mph of around 13-15 mph. On my commute home I don't really care about getting sweaty, so I tend to pedal with pedal assist set on the highest level or use full throttle and pedal constantly. With this option I easily average 18.5 mph and occasionally hit up to 20 mph. It's a nice 25-30 minute workout. I will say that even on the highest gear (21 gears included) you can spin out on this bike. I do wish the gear ratio was a little better so that I could really push it above 20 mph.
ASSEMBLY... My bike was delivered pretty much damage free. A small puncture in the box that didn't seem to affect anything inside. It took maybe 5-10 mins to remove everything and begin assembling. Tools are included for assembly but I reverted to better ones just because it was easier. There's not too much to assemble, and as long as you have some basic general knowledge about bikes of any kind you shouldn't have any problems doing it yourself. You have to install the pedals, the seat, the handle bars, the front tire, and the headlight. I don't really get all the comments about the front fork being turned around. The headlight bracket should easily tell you which way the fork needs to be turned. Think about it people. Anyway, everything assembled with no problems whatsoever. If you are unsure, search Youtube for assembling this specific bike and watch the videos before you begin.
CHARGING... Although the battery does have some charge out of the box, I would recommend fully charging the battery before first use (follow the instruction). At the very least, plug it in while you're assembling the bike so it can be getting some charge. The charger connects very easily to the battery and has a light indicator when the battery is charging (red light) and when it is fully charged (green light). Don't keep the charger continually connected to the battery after it is charged (read and follow the instructions). Once the battery is charged, place it in the battery holder on the down tube of the bike and snap it in place. Mine needs a little pressure to get it to click fully into place. It should not be removable once clicked in, and will require the key that came with it (set of 2) to release the battery.
THE FIRST RIDE... Once the battery is charged and locked in the battery holder, you'll press the red rocker switch at the base of the battery to turn it on. On the handle bars, you'll press the ON button for a second or two and red lights will illuminate to let you know it's on. By default the E-Bike will be in the lowest level of pedal assist mode. In this mode you will get some assistance from the battery after a few pedal revolutions on the bike. You'll feel it kick in. The throttle does nothing in this mode. If you click to the middle level then you'll get more assistance from the battery, and it is noticeable. On high you'll get the most assistance out of the battery. It usually takes 3 or 4 pedal rotations for it to kick in, but it does an ample job of assisting you while you're pedaling, especially on hills. Keep in mind that you must pedal for the pedal assist modes to work. Once you stop pedaling then the battery disengages and you coast on your bike as you normally would. If you resume pedaling, the battery assist will kick in again after a few pedal revolutions. If you click all the way back to low and then one more click, you will be in throttle mode. In this mode you'll use the half throttle grip on the right handlebar to power the bike. No pedaling is needed in this mode, however, you still can if you want. If I'm at a complete stop I tend to pedal a couple of revolutions before turning the throttle, again, just to assist the motor from having to propel me from a dead stop. If you keep the throttle engaged fully on flat terrain you should easily see 15 to 18 mph depending on your weight, etc. NOTE: From the factory the bike comes with one of the wires connected in the wire box to limit your mph to under 15, but you can disconnect that wire to achieve the 18-20 mph speeds. Go to Youtube and watch the video on how to do this. Easy, peasy. While most of my commutes are short (7 miles each way), I was able to take this out one weekend and rode about 48 miles on it non-stop with full throttle and pedaling constantly. The battery finally drained at about mile 49-50. From a time perspective it took me about 2 hours and 40 minutes with a short break to ride the 50 miles, so the battery lasted a pretty decent amount of time with constant use.
1 Month In... I've now been riding this bike to work every day that the weather is cooperative and really love it. I don't sit in traffic during morning or afternoon commutes. I get a little bit of a built-in workout in the afternoon, and have had no issues with the bike at all. Unlike other reviews, the horn and head light have worked without any problems as well. I will say that I agree totally with everyone's assessment of the seat that comes with the bike. IT IS BAD! Uncomfortable is an understatement. However, it's a pretty easy fix. I replaced it with one of my other saddles and I'm riding perfectly comfortable now.
A FEW CONS... During my maiden voyage (first ride) one of the wires inside the wiring box became disconnected after I went over a fairly large bump. I immediately lost all power to the bike and had to finish the ride the old fashioned way. After arriving at my destination I contacted Ancheer and worked through the issue. They were very responsive to my emails, and after removing the box where all the wiring terminates I found the disconnected wire, reconnected it, and have had no additional issues whatsoever. It was at that time that I also disconnected the wire the limited the bike's mph to under 15 mph. While the disconnected wire wasn't a huge issue, the bike is VERY heavy and even with lower gears it can be tough to propel this bike on hills. As a comparison, my main road bike is about 18 lbs. and this bike clocks in at 50+ lbs. IT IS HEAVY no matter how you slice it. You get use to that pedal assist pretty quickly. Many reviewers have complained about the squeaky disc brakes. Here is where I believe you need to be a little more educated on bikes in general. Disc brakes require a little finesse and adjustment to eliminate the squeak. There's this really great thing called the internet. Google how to remove disc brake squeak, or get on Youtube. There's at least a dozen good videos on how. I watched a couple, made a few adjustments on the front wheel of this bike and viola!, no more squeaky disc brakes. Bike's are mechanical and need tune ups and attention. Just like a car, if you neglect it, it's going to let you down. Not handy with tools? Find a good local bike shop and service your bike yearly, every 6 months if you ride heavily. They can also assist with derailers that aren't completely in tune. The ones on this bike weren't when it arrived but I wasn't expecting it to be perfectly tuned for this price point.
CONCLUSION... As I said at the beginning of this review, after researching E-Bikes for about a month before purchasing, this is the lowest price point that you're going to find for a complete E-Bike. I've been very happy with it. I am genuinely disappointed when the weather is bad and I have to drive me car to work. I would recommend an E-Bike for anyone who wants to take up biking but may have some mobility or stamina problems with riding a regular bike, and would specifically recommend this Ancheer E-Bike simply for the price point. Is it the best built, best quality bike...no, but it is a very good entry level E-Bike.