A measure of battery capacity indicates how much electric charge it can deliver in one hour.
The energy storage unit that powers the e-bike’s motor.
Duration the battery lasts before needing replacement.
Battery Management System (BMS)
Protects the battery against overcharging, overheating, and other issues.
Mechanism to slow down or stop the e-bike.
Detects pedaling speed and adjusts motor assistance.
Collection of gears on the rear wheel.
Transfers pedal power to the rear wheel.
Gears attached to the pedals.
A device used to replenish the e-bike battery’s energy.
The time it takes to fully recharge the battery.
Class 1 E-bike
E-bikes with pedal assist up to 20 mph and no throttle.
Class 2 E-bike
E-bikes with throttle control and pedal assist up to 20 mph.
Class 3 E-bike
E-bikes with pedal assist up to 28 mph without throttle.
Manages power flow between the battery and motor.
Arm to which pedals are attached.
The number of full charge/discharge cycles a battery can undergo before its capacity diminishes.
The gear-shifting mechanism on a bike.
A hub motor without gears.
Brakes that utilize rotors and calipers.
E-bike Conversion Kit
Components that can transform a regular bike into an e-bike.
Electric Bike (e-bike)
A bicycle with an integrated electric motor used for propulsion.
Fat Tire E-bike
E-bikes equipped with wide tires, suitable for off-road terrains.
Protects riders from water and mud splashes.
E-bikes designed to fold for compact storage and transport.
Holds the front wheel in place.
The main structural part of the e-bike.
Front Hub Motor
A motor positioned in the front wheel.
Shock absorbers for the front wheel.
Geared Hub Motor
A hub motor that contains internal gears.
The range of gears available on the e-bike.
Front light for visibility during dark conditions.
An electric motor positioned in the center of a wheel.
Lights that are built into the e-bike’s design.
Locking mechanisms built directly into the e-bike.
A stand to keep the e-bike upright when parked.
Displays e-bike stats like speed, battery level, and assist level.
Li-ion (Lithium-ion) Battery
A popular type of rechargeable battery for e-bikes.
A motor positioned at the bicycle’s crank and pedals. ( Hub Drive )
Mountain E-bike (eMTB)
E-bikes designed specifically for off-road cycling.
A rack attached to the rear of the e-bike for carrying items.
PAS (Pedal Assist System)
System providing power when pedals are turned.
A mode where the motor provides power only when the pedals are turning.
The distance an e-bike can cover on a single battery charge.
Rear Hub Motor
A motor positioned in the rear wheel.
A mechanism that recovers kinetic energy during braking and converts it back to stored energy.
Various levels or modes of pedal assistance.
Brakes that utilize the wheel’s rim as a braking surface.
E-bikes designed for paved roads.
The seat of the e-bike.
The device used to change gears.
A frame design allowing easy mounting and dismounting.
Systems on a bike that absorb shocks.
Rear light ensuring visibility and safety.
Allows riders to control the motor using a hand throttle, independent of pedaling.
The rubber covering around the wheel, offering traction and cushioning.
The amount of air pressure maintained inside the tires.
The highest speed that the e-bike can achieve.
Detects the rider’s pedal power and adjusts motor assistance accordingly.
E-bikes designed for daily city commutes.
A measure of the electric potential difference in the battery.
A unit of power indicating the e-bike motor’s output.
The ability of the e-bike to resist water infiltration.