LightSpeed Rush: A High-Performance Electric Bicycle | Alloy Wheels | Portable, Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery | 7S Shimano Gears
HIGH-PERFORMANCE ALLOY WHEELS: Lightweight, strong metals like aluminum, nickel, and magnesium come together to form performance-enhancing alloy wheels that not only look better but also facilitate quicker acceleration and faster braking. A lightweight aluminum MTB frame further enhances performance and helps you derive more from your battery.
OPTIMISED FOR NIGHT RIDES: Accentuated with golden streaks and equipped with a bright, 1200 Lumion front headlight, the matte black LightSpeed Rush blends into the night without becoming invisible. The Rush also has a Full Colour, Backlit Dynamic Display on the handlebar, that’s easy to read in the dark. The Dynamic Display shows you a host of readings such as battery levels, speed, distance covered, motor temperature, and more.
POWERFUL MOTOR: The Rush has a 256 Watt, 32 Nm powerful rear hub motor, with a max RPM of 220 for better performance. The motor has 3 hall sensors, 1-speed sensor, 24 magnets, and premium grade copper winding. This ensures that the motor needs no maintenance at all. The motor also comes with 20:4 high-quality PVC gears that are long-lasting and relatively age proof, lasting up to 5 years without maintenance.
11.6Ah PORTABLE, RECHARGEABLE LI-ION BATTERY: The LightSpeed Rush has a 36v portable, rechargeable 11.6Ah Lithium-ion battery with an in-built Battery Management System (BMS). This sophisticated BMS makes it effortless for the cyclist to derive more from the bicycle in terms of quicker acceleration and steep climbs. The battery has 50 units of 2600mAh 3C cells, which give the cyclist 800–1000 full charge cycles, and a range of 55–60km per full charge.
5 LEVEL PEDAL BOOST: The 12 magnet PAS (Pedal Assist Sensor) system in your LightSpeed Rush is completely enclosed and invisible. The Rush comes with 5 Levels of Pedal Assist ranging from 0 to 5. At 0, it feels like riding a non-electric, regular bicycle; at levels 1 and 2 the cyclist gets low levels of assistance in pedaling forth; at level 3, the cyclist and the motor share the load equally; and at levels 4 and 5, the motor exerts more effort than the cyclist.