Your E-bike provides smooth and automatic power support that adjusts based on six sensors that collect real-time data from you, the rider, and the terrain, to create a fluid riding experience that feels just like a traditional bike with a bunch more “oomph”.
Once you select the support mode on the control unit, and begin pedaling, the system provides the power assistance you want while conserving battery power when you don’t need it. The support mode setting tells the motor how much power assistance to provide, how hard it needs to work, and how much energy it needs from the battery. The higher the support mode, the more energy the motor draws from the battery.
When you reach maximum speed, which depends on what country you live in, the motor will gradually reduce the power it is providing. You can still ride the speed you want, but it will be up to you and your legs to generate the speed, the motor will no longer be providing you with assistance. As your speed reduces to below the maximum, the E-bike motor will re-engage and power assistance will return. All this is happening in the background with so much efficiency that you won’t even notice it.