NEW 52V Lithium Hi-Power Electric bike 24 speed MTB

AWESOME New Hi-power electric 24 speed mountain bike from Hi-Power Cycles. Designated for off-road use only because it is capable of 30 Mph top speed. High torque brushless, internally geared hub motor provides nearly silent propulsion. Lithium Ion batteries are 52V, 8AH and weigh only 6.5 pounds.. Range is 20+ miles (upgradeable). Bike weighs only about 50 pounds. Check our our new website, www.hi-powercycles.com!!!
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Experimental electric BMX bike.

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30 thoughts on “NEW 52V Lithium Hi-Power Electric bike 24 speed MTB”

  1. I have a Mini 40 Mile Busettii bike and it runs 50-55 miles on one battery charge. I also tried my friends Vortex Mountain bike by Busettii. It ROCKS ! Can get up to 32 mph top speed, and on one charge that bike set the new record of 86 miles. Hope it becomes a big hit. In California many people like Busettii because they cost around $1700 but can go 50–86 miles on one charge depending on model. Maria in Cali

  2. Yes, I ride a busettii Big 50 Mile Bike ! I have had it for 3 months and it is great. My friends have other e-bikes but they are way slower and wimpier than my Busettii. I can get up to 60 miles on one charge and the top speed is about 27 MPH but they are selling at just $1700 now. BECAUSE OF THE BIKE paths and the right shoulder of the road I can go faster than cars across town. I want to try Busettii’s new VORTEX mountain bike soon ! It goes 85 miles on one charge. ciao

  3. I have a Mini 40 Mile Busettii bike and it runs 50-55 miles on one battery charge. I also tried my friends Vortex Mountain bike by Busettii. It ROCKS ! Can get up to 32 mph top speed, and on one charge that bike set the new record of 86 miles. Hope it becomes a big hit. In California many people like Busettii because they cost around $1700 but can go 50–86 miles on one charge depending on model. Maria in Cali

  4. I have a Mini 40 Mile Busettii bike and it runs 50-55 miles on one battery charge. I also tried my friends Vortex Mountain bike by Busettii. It ROCKS ! Can get up to 32 mph top speed, and on one charge that bike set the new record of 86 miles. Hope it becomes a big hit. In California many people like Busettii because they cost around $1700 but can go 50–86 miles on one charge depending on model. Maria in Cali

  5. @505197 at least in my country (not the US), if you got something going faster than that speed by motor, it counts as a vehicle and you have a ton of new requirements…
    and originally, this exception on the speed was intended for electric wheelchairs – not bicycles.

  6. I’d like to see the batterys mounted lower, course that thing has suspension in back. I never had a suspended bike, I could live with a normal bike and have the batterys between the wheels. Wow, it looks like it has some power, what’s this crap about bikes over 20mph, hell I can pedal faster then that. Put some batterys in a back-pack and nobody has to know it’s electric, or have more distance. Really a neat deal, now I gotta make one.

  7. Here’s a note, since the battery doesn’t hold much of a charge how about put a charger on the bike so that when you pedal you charge the battery. That would make me raise a brow to the high price of the bike.

  8. i don’t understand why the government won’t allow high speed electric bicycles yet they allow cars anyway. it as though the want to keep people cooped up in cars. anybody can pedal at 30 mph on a pushbike anyway. THats point we want highspeed electric bicycles capable of 40 mph and we have the technology. it annoys me our government want to restrict us on purphouse t keep the motor industry and petrol industry alive

  9. with my bike i tried to like max out my top speed and out put it used to go 20 miles now it goes 10 and i got the speed up to like almost 40 i also flipped of my bike when i hit a small dirt hill at max speed.

  10. were can i get the battery pack set up
    i have a 48 volt bike kit that uses lead acid and when its fully charged the volt metter reads 52 volts so i need a litho set up so i can go up hills with ease

  11. @DocLow – Yes, you have to get a crystilyte controller, they have a function that will put power back into the batteries when you use the brakes! I think it’s called regenerative braking. It uses the motor windings to help slow you down and at the same time generate electricity, you could probably pedal through this function but I think it would probably be very hard.

  12. I used to BMX and later on MX in the 70′s; and I learned that to win MX races, more important than raw power, was how easy to ride was your bike.
    There are 2 speed control approches used with emotors:
    1. Throtle that regulates the RPM’s regardless of the load(as on some RC)
    2. Throtle system where the power and RPMs achieved are the result of the available power minus the load (most ebikes)
    Your bike=1….and it is not easy to balance it with the load of your body weight when doing a wheelie

  13. Come on, Man. You can do better than that!

    I’m glad to know the bike is tolerating all the abuse!

    I think we need to build another one. :~)

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