Is an electric bike faster than a conventional bike?

YES. As you may know, the Chun Top 3.0 can travel up to 50 mph in Unlimited Mode.


On any public road, you can choose the pedal-assist mode to travel up to 20 mph, with the option to add even more power from the motor (up to 750 W), when needed. Just make sure you don’t surpass your local speed limits safety (and law abiding) should be your priority.


How do I assemble my bike?


To assemble your bike, remove the bicycle and its parts from the shipping package. (Make sure you have removed all the small boxes.) Then, take the wheel and put it on the frame. Tighten the wheel axle nuts. Next, loosen the bolts that are holding the fork, then position and align the fork. Now you have to re-tighten the bolts, being careful not to overdo them.


Your next step is to attach the pedals and install the handlebars, accessories, mirrors, and throttle/grips, and carefully tighten all hardware. To make it easy for you, we’ve made How-to Video Guides that will walk you through the process.


How long is my bike’s battery life?

If you have ever wondered ‘how long does an electric bike battery last’, the answer for The Chun Top 3.0 battery is that the battery has a lifetime of 3000 charging cycles. One charging cycle means a full charge of the battery to its full capacity. Partial loads can be done more often.


Do I have to remove my bike’s battery to charge it?

Definitely not. (In fact, we recommend that you don’t do that.) You can charge it when it’s mounted on your eBike ‒ just make sure you don’t leave it unattended while charging.


What are Amp Hours?

Amp-hours (or Ah) represent the capacity of the battery via how many Amps a battery can deliver in an hour. You can compare two batteries by that value only if these two batteries have the same voltage. By multiplying Amp hours with Voltage, you will get another important value Watt-hours (Wh).


What are Volts?

Volts describe the speed at which the electric energy “moves”. The more conductors your battery has, the higher its voltage is. Volts represent the speed at which your battery can give electrons to other parts of the eBike.


What are Watts?

Watts (W) are units of electric power. You get the Watts value by multiplying the Volts (V) and Amps (A) values. Basically, the more Watts the battery has, the more powerful your eBike is.

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