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Generally speaking, any Pedego battery should
last longer than you want to ride. Your behind will
probably quit long before your battery does!
With that said, this can be a tough question
because there isn't one "standard" way to estimate
range. So we'll go over some simple math that can
help you predict the range of any electric bike.
All batteries have both a voltage and amp-hour
rating. If you multiply the two together, you get watt-
hours. Watt-hours is an objective measurement of
the actual amount of energy stored in any battery.
Estimating your actual range is a little more tricky
because there are so many variables. On average,
you can expect to use between 12-24 watt-hours
per mile. This number fluctuates so much because
of differences in terrain, rider weight, weather,
speed, and most importantly how much you pedal.
When comparing different brands of
electric bikes, it's wise to use watt-
hours instead of estimated range.
The Short Answer is: Far Enough!
How Far
WILL I GO?
ESTIMATED RANGE
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Distance In Miles
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816 Watt-Hours
48V 17Ah
34 - 68 mi.
672 Watt-Hours
48V 14Ah
28 - 56 mi.
624 Watt-Hours
48V 13Ah
26 - 52 mi.
480 Watt-Hours
48V 10Ah
20 - 40 mi.
540 Watt-Hours
36V 15Ah
23 - 45 mi.
396 Watt-Hours
36V 11Ah
17 - 33 mi.
468 Watt-Hours
36V 13Ah
20 - 39 mi.
360 Watt-Hours
36V 10Ah
15 - 30 mi.
30 - 60 mi.
720 Watt-Hours
48V 15Ah
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Volts x Amp-Hours = Watt-Hours
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