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How Do Electric Bikes Charge | E-Bike Questions

Hey guys, Dustin here, CEO of sixthreezero. Today we're going to answer the question, how do electric bikes charge? Stick around.

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All right, so let's jump right in. How do electric bikes charge? Right behind me here I have an electric bike, but before I get up, I'll just give a brief explanation on how do electric bikes charge. It's really not very complicated. Now, I'm going to speak about how do you charge? Like how do you charge them? How does the charging... I'm not going to talk about the actual electrical process of how do they charge, but if you want to see how do they charge, meaning plugging them in, we're going to go over that.

So most batteries or all batteries that come on an electric bike have a charging port, a place you would plug in a cord, just like a battery, just like a phone. Anywhere you plug anything in, it's the same as true of an electric bike. Now on some electric bikes, the plugin is going to be in the battery. For some of them, if the battery is in the frame, you're going to have a place in the frame where you just take a plug and plug it in and plug it into the wall. It's as simple as that. So let me show you right here.

Okay, so we've wheeled the bike around here and you can see on the back of our battery, there's just a little charging port right here. And we don't have the charger with us right now, but it's as simple as you just plug the charging cable in and you plug it into a normal outlet, any standard home outlet. And it will charge the battery usually in about four to seven hours depending on the size of the battery, how much it's depleted, and things of that nature.

The other thing you can do is you see these keys here, you can actually pop the battery out and then you can take the battery with you. You can bring it upstairs. You can plug it in in your house. The advantage to having an easily removable battery is so if you rode this bike to work, you can bring the battery upstairs with you, and then you can charge it while you're in the office so when you ride home you have enough juice. That's one thing that's a negative about a battery being inside the frame. In order to charge it, you'd have to bring the whole battery with you. It's going to be a little bit challenging to pull the battery out of the frame every time. So then you can just see these slides in very easily and it locks in place.

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