1. Maintain higher step frequency
Compared with non power assisted mountain bikes, the advantage of electric mountainbike is the powerful torque they provide us when climbing. When the stepping frequency is faster, the motor torque of the auxiliary pedal will also be larger. The faster stepping frequency can make the output of the motor more efficient (it can also save power and prolong the battery life).
2. Beware of the impact of the foot pedal
When the frequency of pedaling becomes faster, the probability of the trunk, stone and ruts hitting the pedals is higher. Therefore, you need to be more careful when choosing the route. At the same time, it is best to keep the pedal level as much as possible when passing through some complex roads. At the same time, in order to prevent to hit by these obstacles, many electric mountainbikes are equipped with shorter cranks.
3. About highest gear
The highest gear of the motor is the fastest gear that consumes battery power, so we should choose the output gear wisely according to the slope when riding an electric mountainbike. Most riders only use the highest gear at the steepest part of the forest road. At the same time, you'd better to experience the power performance of different gears under different slopes carefully, and find the most suitable gear.
4. Multi prediction and early braking
Electric mountainbikes equipped with motors and batteries are heavier and faster than ordinary non powered models, which requires braking earlier before turning; At the same time, the assistance of the motor also makes the riders faster when turning, so we also need to pay more attention when turning. Since the assistance of the motor will stop when stop pedaling, the riders need to predict where they will need to maintain and speed up, and keep pedaling at all times to avoid the embarrassment of stopping on a steep slope and sliding down a side slope.
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