Question about Electric eZip Trailz 26 Women's Comfort Bicycle
Many factors need to be taken into account when it comes to Electric bikes and millage. I.E.
A. Battery Condition
B. Weight of Cyclist
C. Terrain (flat, hilly, grass, road...)
D. Tire Pressure
E. Weather (Hot, cold, windy...)
When the manufacture says up to 12 miles per charge. It is probably for:
A. New good condition battery
B. 80lb Girl
C. Flat totally smooth road
D Tires inflated to max pressure
E. Hot day with no wind
F. Someone who drives very gently, and coasts alot.
I know it is totally misleading by the manufacturer. The only thing I can recommend here is max your tire pressure, and look on eBay for a second battery. Oh and accelerate by peddling, this will add much more power to your battery.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
If your bike has not been used for a long time or you have continuously charged this battery since you bought it the battery is most likely no good anymore. it sounds like the battery is no good. Especially if when you bought it it could run for much more time if the battery is old replace it and only charge the new one when needed and for the specified amount of time. Like your car, batteries do not last forever and this type of battery is under much more load. Batteries plus will fix you up with the correct battery
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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