Revi Bike FAQ
What's the difference between PAS and throttle mode?
Under PAS mode, there's 5 speed levels. Level 1 is the slowest and 5 is the fastest. The top speed is limited by rider. Under throttle model, just twist the throttle and you can go up to 20MPH without any pedaling.
How far can I travel on a single charge?
Depending on the model, you expect anywhere from a 25-40 mile range. If you're lighter you will likely achieve the higher part of that range. We've tested our bikes many times to give you an accurate range. Our typical rider gets in the 30-35 mile range. A good rule of thumb is 2 miles per amp hour.
Can I take the battery out to charge?
Sure! you can take out the battery out to charge it. The battery weighs only 8-10 lbs depending on different capacity. If you have a wall outlet close to the bike you can charge it with the battery sitting in the bike.
Can I ride in the rain?
Yes, you can ride in the rain. All of our electric components are designed to be water resistant. After wet riding, wipe the LCD display and battery, otherwise moisture left on components could damage the electric parts. Good maintenance is something that should be practiced.
You don't want deep water touching the controller box, which is located in the bottom of battery.
Is there assembly required when I get my bike?
Yes, you will need to put the front wheel, pedals and handlebars on. It should only take 15 minutes.
How do electric bikes work?
E-bikes run on an electric motor that draws power from the lithium ion battery pack. Most electric bikes can be propelled forward by manually pedaling, using the throttle in addition to pedaling, or using just the throttle. Typically Bikes have all three modes built in.