MOBOT HIMO V1 High Performance Electric Bicycle (ebike)
The HIMO V1 electric bike has a solid build and is an attractive design. Its battery modules, electronic control systems, and chargers are all integrated into the design. The electric bike has a lightweight and compact structure with a reclinable handlebar. The handlebar is equipped with a multi-functional instrument panel having an LCD display. The panel also has three buttons, one is the power button, another is the button to switch modes easily. The LCD display shows various vital parameters like the battery power, the distance travelled and others. The panel comes with an IP54 waterproof build which makes it suitable for use when it is raining.
HIMO V1 electric bicycle frame is made of aluminium alloy and in all, it weighs 16.7kg which is light enough for ladies to lift up easily. The battery and internal wiring is integrated with the frame and is covered with a plastic casing. The handlebar is also collapsible for easy transport. The HIMO Electric Bicycle comes with an LED headlamp with enhanced brightness. The taillight is designed to have a large area for visibility of the bike to other road users. The device also features high-performance brake discs with the brakes connected to the taillight. The bike also comes with wear-resistant shock-absorbing tires to ensure driving safety.
Power and Distance
The HIMO electric bike gets its juice from a 250W brushless DC motor in the power-assisted mode. The DC motor is integrated into the 12-inch hub on the rear wheel. This brings ease to the pedaling by providing less resistance, greater torque and rapid dynamic response. A fully charged battery can last a riding distance of about 60 km.
Electric bicycles (e-bikes) are also known as Power-Assisted Bicycles (PABs).
HIMO V1 is pending type approved by LTA.
The use of e-bike in Singapore is regulated by the authorities. Some of the important regulations are:
1. PAB rider must wear a helmet when riding on roads.
2. PAB rider and pillion must be 16 years and above
3. PABs cannot be used on pedestrian pathways.