By Swagtron News How to Ride the EB5 Pro Electric Commuter Bike Your EB5 is assembled. The battery is fully charged. The tires are properly inflated. Now it’s time to ride! Right?Well, almost. There’s one more important thing we need to discuss first . . .You should always wear protective gear while riding your EB5 Pro. This means age-appropriate elbow and knee pads, and an ATSM-approved helmet. For more information about what to look for in a helmet — and how to get the absolute perfect fit — click here.There are three riding modes with the EB5 Pro — throttle-only, pedal-assist and pedal-only.Check out the video below on how to ride the EB5 Pro. Under optimal conditions, the EB5 Pro can travel up to 15.5 mile range and reach top speeds of 15 mph on throttle only. This means the 250-watt motor and Li-ion battery are doing all the work.If you want to go farther and faster, you can switch to pedal-assist and add to the power.Or if you want to conserve battery — or just give yourself a good workout — you can turn off the EB5 Pro and pedal like a traditional bicycle. This is perfect for climbing steep hills, or when you just want complete control over how far and how fast you go.With these three options, it’s easy to tailor your riding experience to your exact needs. Getting around has never been easier or more exhilarating!Last Update: June 10, 2019 June 3, 2019 EB5, EBIKES, FAQ Total 0 Votes: 0 0Tell us how can we improve this post? Captcha: + = Verify Human or Spambot ? Related Knowledge Base Posts -How to Loosen the Throttle on the EB5 Pro Folding eBikeUsing the Swagstrap with the Swagger 2 ClassicHow Do Electric Bikes Work?Add A Knowledge Base Question ! Question Title: Category:– Select KB Category –GENERALULWARRANTY & RETURNSSHIPPINGTROUBLESHOOTREPAIRUSER MANUALSPECIFICATIONSTUTORIALRECALLFAQHOVERBOARDSELECTRIC SCOOTEReBIKESELECTRIC SKATEBOARDKICK SCOOTEREB5EB7SWAGGER 5 ELITEEB9EB10EB11EB7 Plus Your Email: You will get a notification email when Knowledgebase answerd/updated! Captcha: + = Verify Human or Spambot ?