One of the most important features to consider when looking for a new electric bike is its recharging time and the mileage the battery of your bike will give you.
Typically, the larger the batter capacity, then the longer a single charge will take for electric power, on average for a standard lithium-ion single battery charge, this will take between 2-6 hours to reach a full charge depending on the battery capacity.
To find out more about charging your e-bike battery and how to increase its power delivery when charging, we have put together a short guide below full of tips and tricks to help you out.
As we mentioned above, charging an e-bike battery depending on its original capacity will take between 2-6 hours in total for a full charge, a partial charge might be less, but this will also give you a lower battery range.
To charge your electric assist battery is simple, all you need to do is remove the battery from the bike, ensure that the battery for electric assist is switched off then place it in the charger and connect.
Typically this will take between 2-6 hours to reach a full charge, but most electric power batteries on e-bikes have LED indicators that will turn green once it has fully charged too.
On average, an electric bike battery will have around 500 charge cycles before the electric power capacity of the electric bike battery reaches 80%. For people who ride their e-bike on a PAS (pedal assist level) power delivery option, this would mean nearly up to 30,000 miles.
You should expect to either have to replace your battery or see faster power consumption in around five years to three years for your batteries lifespan.
Many different factors can affect how long your e-bike's battery will last you according to the user and bike itself, we have noted a few below.
If you have plugged your e-bike battery on to charge and waited for the 100-percent, full charge, only to find out that your battery is having charging issues, don't worry, there are a few reasons this might be happening and we have listed them down below.
When looking at electric bikes batteries, you might have come across fast chargers for your bike, while these can charge your battery faster, they are not good for balancing the cells in your model and ensuring that each cell has the right amount of voltage.
We recommend using the original charges meant for your bikes battery and avoiding fast charge devices.
Believe it or not, plugging the battery of your electric bike on a single charge and leaving it is not the best way to keep your battery in the best shape possible. There are some tips and tricks you can do to take care of the battery cells in your model and improve the e-bike power measurement.
To conclude, it will take anywhere between 2-6 hours to charge the battery of your electric bike fully depending on its total capacity and the model that you buy, you should ensure you are taking care of the battery with our tips above and storing it in the right way to get the best lifespan from it.