Magnum Peak

Magnum Peak electric mountain bike

We often get customers in the store looking for a good electric mountain bike, but with some more features that some of the other popular brands don’t have. And, then came along the Magnum Peak. Yes, this electric mountain bike has a throttle, high torque and it goes up to 28 mph pedaling! It is a hard tail with a front fork and we can add a suspension post to the seat. It’s available in a 27.5″ or a 29″ wheel. And, we’re very excited that our local police departments are getting these bikes soon from us (Zionsville, Whitestown and Lebanon).
 

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Specifications

Electronic Details:

Motor: 8 Fun Rear-Mounted Geared Hub 500 Watt Nominal / 700 Watt Peak Output
Battery: Samsung / Panasonic / LG – 48 volt 13 ah ( 624 wh) – Lithium Nickel Cobalt Manganese (Li-NCM)
Estimated Charge Time / Estimated Range: 6.5 hrs / 30 to 60 miles
Display Type / Readouts: Fixed Backlit Monochrome LCD / Power (Current), Battery Level (6 Bars), Speed, Assist Level (0-6), Odometer, Trip Distance, Trip Time
Drive Modes: Cadence Sensing Pedal Assist, Trigger Throttle
Top Speed: 28 mph (20 mph throttle only)
 

Bicycle Details:

Total Weight/ Battery Weight: 55 lbs / 9 lbs
Frame: High Step / 19 in
Frame Material: 6061 Aluminum Alloy
Frame Fork: SR Suntour XCM HLO Suspension with 100 mm Travel, Hydraulic Lockout, 9 mm QR Skewer
Gearing Details: 24-Speed 3×8 Shimano Altus Front M310, Shimano Acera M360 Rear, 11-32T
Cranks: Shimano 170 mm Length, 28-33-42T
Stem: Tool-Free Adjustable Height
Brakes: Tektro Auriga Front and Rear Hydraulic Disc with 180 mm Front Rotor and 160 mm Rear Rotor. Front Tektro Lever with Motor Inhibitor
Grips / Saddle: Velo Flat Rubber with Lockers / Selle Royal Gel
Stem / Handlebar: Tool-Free Adjustable Height (Three Locking Positions) / Folding, Flat
Seatpost / Seatpost Diameter: Promax / 30.9 mm
Tires: Schwalbe Smart Sam, 27.5″ x 2.25 / 29″ x 2.25 – Kevlar Lined, Reflective Sidewall Stripe / Schrader Valve
 
Price: $1,999
 

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