OEM manufacturer custom Mountain Electric Bicycle (TDE-035B) to Cyprus Factory

OEM manufacturer custom Mountain Electric Bicycle (TDE-035B) to Cyprus Factory

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Electronic specification
Motor 250W High speed brushless DC motor
Battery 36V,8AH Li-ion battery
Charge AC 110V-240V  50/60HZ
Performance & Main components
Max.speed 25km/h (EU) or  32km/h(USA&Canada)
Max load 100KGS
Tyres KENDA 26 “×1.95
Front fork hydraulic suspension
Brake Fornt disk brake / Rear V-brake
Derailleur SHIMANO,6-speed
N.W/G.W 24/28.5 KGS (with 36V,10AH Li-ion battery)


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