Lithium batteries (and indeed any type of rechargeable battery) do not like to be left discharged. It is good practice to recharge as soon as is reasonably possible after the battery goes flat. We recommend charging after every ride, that way your electric bike is always ready for your next outing.
How often should I charge my ebike?
Ideally, you should charge the battery when 30% of the charge remains. Next time, you charge it when 60% remains. You should alternate between these two values every time you charge the battery of your two-wheeler. However, a full discharge is possible once every 30 or 40 charges.
How do I maintain my e-bike battery?
After Every Ride
- Remove For Cleaning. Always remove the battery prior to cleaning your electric bike, this ensures safe practice & preserves your battery.
- Charge The Battery Up. Fully charge the battery after every ride, even after only short distances, this ensures it’s always topped up.
- Make Sure It’s Clipped Back In.
Can I leave my ebike on charge?
Yes, you can leave your electric bike battery charging overnight. There’s no need to worry about overcharging or over-draining your e-bike battery.
How many times can you charge an ebike battery?
Lithium-Ion ebike batteries use a similar technology to your laptop or mobile phone. They can absorb about 500-800 charging cycles before the performance starts to degrade. One full charge cycle is from 0% battery capacity to 100% battery capacity.
How long should I charge my ebike battery?
The standard time for charging an e-bike battery ranges from 3 to 6 hours for regular charges and 8 to 10 hours when charging it for the first time. When charging a lithium-ion battery that has been completely drained, expect for it to take about 4 to 6 hours for the battery to get to a 100-percent, full charge.