Terms are being thrown around here! That's why we've put together a list of the most relevant terms worthy of discussion, along with an explanation.
Ampere is the electrical unit of current.
AMP HOUR (AH)
Amp-hour is a unit of electric charge. It indicates the current that can be drawn from the battery over a period of one hour. The SUSHI battery has 5.2 Ah.
The volt unit describes the voltage of the current. The motor of the SUSHI BIKES has a voltage of 24 volts (V).
Torque is a physical unit that describes how much force the motor uses to turn the wheel. SUSHI BIKES have a rated power of 10 Newton meters (Nm).
Your SUSHI BIKE is a pedelec. The term Pedelec stands for Pedal Electric Cycle. Pedelecs are the most common type of e-bike. With pedelecs, the cyclist can only be supported by the motor while pedalling, i.e. pedelecs drive hybrid with (e-)motor and muscle power.
E-bikes are by definition bikes that do not require any effort to ride. E-bikes drive solely thanks to the integrated electric motor.
Inch is a unit of measurement that is very common on bicycles. One inch equals 25.4 millimeters. All SUSHI BIKES models have 28 inch wheels - regardless of the frame height.
The SUSHI motor is a powerful 24 V / 200 W hub motor that lets you accelerate sportily and drive fast for long periods.
LIGHTING / LIGHT-LINK
We supply a StVO-compliant lighting set with every SUSHI BIKE. This can be charged via USB and you can attach and detach it flexibly.
IPX4 CERTIFICATION / WATER RESISTANCE
In general, all installed parts are weatherproof. All SUSHI BIKES are certified according to the IPX4 DIN standard splash water - riding in the rain or leaving your bike outside is no problem. In sub-zero temperatures, the battery should be removed and stored in a warm place. Basically, the more carefully you treat your battery, the longer it will last.
APPROPRIATE USE + PERMISSIBLE TOTAL WEIGHT
The permissible total weight of your SUSHI BIKE is 110 kg.