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25 KMPH/15 MPH top speed, 80 KM/50 Mile assisted range, 20" fat puncture-resistant tyres, 7 speed Shimano transmission, 250W motor.
25 KMPH/15 MPH
80 KM/50 Miles
Super light aluminium
Durable and Affordable, Folding City E-bike. 25 KMPH/15 MPH top speed, 80 KM/50 Mile assisted range, 20" fat puncture-resistant tyres, 7 speed Shimano transmission, 250W motor.
|Product Highlights||- 3 Step folding design, folds in 10 seconds
- Adjustable height
- Dual shock absorption
- GDrive control system
- Golden differential gear system
- Energy recycling system
- USB charger for cell phone
- Carrying handle
- Adjustable handle bar
- Integrated wheel hub
- Iron fenders and rear rack
|Top Speed||25 KMPH/15 MPH|
|Range||80 KM/50 Miles|
|Tyres||20" x 4" puncture-resistant|
|Transmission||7 Speed, Shimano|
|Motor||High-efficiency DC brushless motor, 250 W|
|Battery||Removable, 36 V, 10.4 Ah lithium battery|
|Charging Time||4~6 hours|
|Lights||- Bright LED front light
- Rear reflector
- Hub reflectors
|Frame||Super light aluminium frame|
|Shock Absorption||Multi-Suspension System
The ADO A20 XE's multi-suspension technology will astound you with how well it handles bumps and vibrations. You will even find that riding small steps is simple.
Main vibration damping points：
1. Front fork dual dynamic shock absorption
2. Double saddle elastic shock absorption
3. A20 XE saddle tube gravity damping
4. Wheel dual gravity air damping
|Brakes||Mechanical disc brake 3.0 with dual push system|
|Display||LCD display, clear under the sun|
|Waterproof||IPX5 waterproof design|
|Warranty||- Upto 5 years, frame warranty
- 1 year structural parts, front fork, seat, tube, handle bar, etc.
- All warranties are covered by their respective manufacturers/suppliers. They will work directly with the customer to diagnose the problem and find a satisfying solution, which ensures a speedy resolution and minimal inconvenience.
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