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Generally speaking, any Pedego battery should last longer than you. We don't
hear many stories of people running out of juice. With that said, this can be a
complicated question because there isn't a "standard" and everybody makes
vastly different claims about range. So we'll go over some simple math that
can help you objectively 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 a battery.
This is where it gets 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.
H O W F A R C A N I G O ? - P E D E G O E L E C T R I C B I K E S
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The Short Answer is: Far Enough!
Volts
Amps
Estimated Range*
*Based on 12-24 watt-hours per mile
36
36
36
48
48
48
48
48
10
11
15
10
13
14
15
17
360
396
540
480
624
672
720
816
15 - 30 miles
17 - 33 miles
23 - 45 miles
20 - 40 miles
26 - 52 miles
28 - 56 miles
30 - 60 miles
34 - 68 miles
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Watt-Hours
Volts x Amp-Hours = Watt-Hours