Per manufacturer documentation, average range on a full charge is 25 miles before battery is completely exhausted. After 15 miles, the SoloBike reduces power to preserve energy, and low-voltage warning tone will start. Reserve mode will let you move 10 miles of emergency travel before battery is completely exhausted.
(Made in German) The SoloBike uses a special high-tech electric motor called a hubmotor, which is inside the wheel itself. The motor is 1000 watts, not 250 watts like traditional hoverboards, or 500 watts like traditional E-bikes, the SoloBike uses a 1000 watt hubmotor.
Out of the box, without changing settings, the SoloBike can travel at a maximum of 9 mph. Using the included app, the SoloBike top speed can be increased or decreased. For extreme riders, 18 mph top speed can be unlocked after downloaded the app, and connecting to the SoloBike. Top speed can also be reduced to 12 mph, which is considered an ideal and comfortable speed.
The SoloBike charger can fully charge the Panasonic batteries in 4 hours. The average nonstop use of a SoloBike before it needs to be recharged is 3 hours, but typically riders start and stop frequently, increasing the ride time to much longer.
balance and move comfortably the safest way possible. Please refer to this guide before you first step onto a Solocraft, for the easiest, fastest, and safest way to get comfortable maneuvering a Solocraft.
The SoloBike weighs 47lbs, and the maximum rider weight is 230lb. Seat is rated for 230lb.
The stock aluminum footpegs are nice and wide, ideal for cruising, allowing the rider to place their feet in the middle, towards the front or back. Locking feature allows pedals to be secured in the up position for storage, or locked down for riding or used as a bike stand
INFLATABLE INNER TUBE
Unlike most hoverboads, which use hard steel wheels with a thin rubber grip, the SoloBike has an inflatable inner tube like bicycles or motorcycles. This cushion of air between the ground and the SoloBike allows for smooth traveling, even over bumps. Any bike pump, or air pump that is compatible with cars or bicycles will also work on the SoloBike, so you can pump up your tire with any traditional hand pump, or from air compressor.
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