Bafang Max Drive REVIEW (video4) Hill climbing tests • 250w Electric MTB • www.emax-ebikes.com.au



Full REVIEW playlist:
Video 1 – Electronics Overview
Video 2 – Off Road Test
Video 3 – Hill Climbing Test
Video 4 – Road Speed Test
Video 5 – Frame & Components
Video 6 – Torque sensor in action

BrunoPOWEEER is everywhere:

The Electric Bike used in this review was kindly supplied by www.emax-ebikes.com.au
This a completely independent review, all opinions are my own.

Motor
• Bafang Max-Drive 36v 250w nominal, 720w peak.
• 90-120 RPM
• High Torque 80 Nm (Newton Meters of torque)
• 3.8kg only (1kg lighter than BBSHD)
• No Throttle conforming to the European Electric Bike regulations
• Torque sensor (makes pedal assist mode very efficient with smooth gear changing, the motor understands exactly what you want depending how much pressure you put on the pedal)
• Speed sensor

Battery
• 36v 13Ah with Sanyo NCR18650FM cells
• 2.5A charger take 3-4 hours to charge

Frame
• Designed by Ewan Maxwell (eMax eBikes owner)
• Alloy 6069 made in Taiwan

Cut off eBrakes
• Tektro EL550-RS

Bicycle Components:
• Shifter – Shimano SLX 10 speed
• Derailleur – Shimano SLX shadow chrome 10 speed
• Chain – KMC x10e ebike chain
• Fork – Rockshox recon silver with crown lockout
• Headset – Nukeproof warhead
• Saddle – WTB puresport
• Bar – Raceface ride Handlebar
• Stem – Raceface Ride
• Grips – Ergon
• Seatpost – Raceface Ride XC
• Rims – Alex SX44
• Hubs – Novatec Sealed
• Tyres – Onzo Canis 29×2.25

Ewan Maxwell
Electric Bike Sales, Service and Distribution
www.emax-ebikes.com.au

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