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Supercharge Your Ride with an eBike Battery Upgrade

If you ride an electric bike, you probably wonder why you took so long to buy one! Ebikes are revolutionizing travel by offering an eco-friendly, cost-effective, and fun way to ride.

However, you may wonder if there is a way to give your electric bike a little more oomph and a more extended range. 

Fortunately, you can with an ebike battery upgrade.

Ready to learn more? Keep reading.

Why You Might Want an eBike Battery Upgrade

Electric bikes are a great way to get around town with ease. When riding an ebike, there’s no need to worry about traffic congestion or finding a place to park. They’re also a good choice for avid riders as they can provide assistance for climbing hills and traveling long distances without exhausting the rider.

An ebike battery upgrade can be a smart investment, giving you an added boost. You can unlock your ebike’s power, speed, and distance potential.

Understanding How Ebike Batteries Work

Ebike batteries are measured in volts and amp-hours, and when you multiply them, you get a measurement of watt-hours. That likely means very little to you. However, it makes more sense once you understand that 20 watt-hours equals 1 mile.

For example, Revi offers two battery choices for its OG Cheetah Fat Tire Electric Bike. The 48V/13Ah battery produces 624 watt-hours or a 31-mile range. The 48V/17Ah battery has a range of approximately 41 miles. 

In other words, at the same voltage, the battery with the higher amp-hours will give you greater distance.

If you’ve been riding your ebike regularly for a few years, you probably know you’re not getting the same range you initially had. It’s likely because of the reduced capacity of your battery.

Capacity refers to the amount of power a battery holds. After about 1,000 full charges, the battery stops re-charging fully, dropping its capacity to about 70% of its original output. Less capacity means less distance.

If you are looking for power output, you must look for a higher-voltage battery. Most ebikes come with a 48V or 52V battery, but they can range from 24V to 72V.

There are a few different ways to upgrade your ebike battery. The two most popular methods are:

  • Replace your battery
  • Add another battery

Replace Your Battery: Rambo Nomad Fat Tire Electric Hunting Bike

If you enjoy hunting or just going deep into the woods, the Rambo Nomad Fat Tire Electric Hunting Bike will take you anywhere you want to go. The Bafang 750-watt mid-drive motor provides plenty of power. And the 26” x 4” fat tires can go through any terrain.

The Rambo Nomad has a 48V/14Ah battery, providing a 33-38 mile range. If you want to cover more ground, you can get a 48V/21Ah battery upgrade for a very impressive range of 45-50 miles.

Rambo also has a huge selection of accessories, including carts, saddle bags, and a bow/gun holder, so you can customize your electric bike for any adventure.

Add Another Battery: Eunorau Max-Cargo Electric Bike

The Eunorau Max-Cargo Electric Bike is an excellent choice for daily commuters, running errands, or taking the kids for a ride. It has an extended cargo area that can fit two child seats or a couple of bags of groceries.

It comes with a 48V/11.6Ah battery to provide a range of 25 miles. You can add a 48V/14Ah secondary battery to increase your distance by 35 miles, so you don’t need to worry about being stranded miles from home.

Power and Range: Delfast TOP 3.0 Dual-Suspension Electric Mountain Bike

The Delfast TOP 3.0 Dual-Suspension Electric Mountain Bike needs no ebike battery upgrade because the 72V/48Ah battery has enough oomph to power a 3000-watt motor with speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. It has a dual-suspension system that provides comfort on rugged terrains.

You can choose between full-throttle, pedal-assist, and pedal-only modes. You will want to ride this all day, which is no problem because this electric mountain bike has an impressive 200-mile range!

The Delfast TOP 3.0 Dual-Suspension Electric Mountain Bike truly is the future of electric bikes. 

What To Consider When Upgrading Your eBike Battery

You need to consider some things before you move ahead with an ebike battery upgrade.

Compatibility

Check with the manufacturer to ensure the upgraded battery is compatible with your eBike’s motor and controller. Different eBike models have specific requirements and styles. For example, batteries for Revi ebikes have a different design than Qualisports ebike batteries.

Range and Capacity

A battery with more capacity will give you longer rides. However, bigger batteries are typically heavier and more expensive. You will need to find the right balance between power and practicality.

Quality and Performance

Look for batteries from reputable manufacturers that offer reliable performance and longevity. For example, the Aostirmotor Fat Tire Electric Mountain Bike uses a Samsung 48V/15Ah Lithium-Ion battery. Samsung has an excellent reputation for producing high-quality batteries that are used in a wide variety of electronic devices.

Installation

You need to consider if you can do the ebike battery upgrade yourself or need to have it installed by a professional technician.

Warranty

Check the warranty. Higher quality ebike batteries usually have a more extended warranty since the manufacturer knows they offer a durable product. 

Budget

Upgrading the battery on your ebike can be costly. Set a budget and explore options that offer the best value while meeting your requirements.

FAQs

1. How Easy Is It To Upgrade My Ebike Battery?

Upgrading your ebike battery can vary in difficulty, depending on the specific bike model and if the battery is external or integrated.

2. How Can I Prolong the Life of My Ebike Battery?

Follow these tips to help your ebike battery last longer.

  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper charging procedures
  • Avoid overcharging your battery. Most have a battery management system to prevent overcharging. But you should unplug it once it’s fully charged.
  • Avoid extreme heat and cold. Charge and store your ebike battery in a cool, dry place.
  • Regular use of your ebike promotes better battery health and longevity.
  • Maintain proper tire pressure. When your tire starts to go flat, it requires more of the motor to keep the bike moving.
  • Perform routine maintenance on your bike to keep all the components functioning properly.

3. How Long Does an Ebike Battery Last?

An ebike battery can handle between 500 and 1000 lifecycles, which means your ebike battery should last two to five years, depending on how often you ride.

Electric Bike Paradise

An ebike battery upgrade is an excellent way to get more range and power from your electric bike. You can enjoy longer rides without worrying about running out of juice. Electric Bike Paradise offers a wide selection of batteries, accessories, and spare parts.

Feel free to contact us if you are considering upgrading the battery on your ebike. Our knowledgeable staff will be able to answer any questions you have. 


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