BMC Puma hub kit electric bike ebike – Review

Stock BMC Puma hub motor rear kit review. Using stock 25a controller and 36v Shockely LifePO4 battery pack. Top speed on flat surface 22mph, top speed up hill 19mph. No peddling, and all stock. Check back in a few days for review with upgraded 35a controller and 48v Shockley LifePO4 battery pack which will increase the HP, TQ, and top speed by over 50%.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Ezip trailz mountain bike modified to 36v with lifepo4 battery pack. Increased top speed and torque by 50%. Full video with complete directions on how to perform this mod coming this week. See end of video for details on chance to win a new E-Zip Trailz Mountain bike. Contest is part of EcoForumZ.com Grand Opening! See my other videos for more information on the ezip trailz bike.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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37 thoughts on “BMC Puma hub kit electric bike ebike – Review

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  8. @EcoForumZ hmmm once you reach 40km/h you hit wind barrier and than need twice the power to over come that. Same with cars.

  9. walmart is selling the bike for $150 in morgantown, pa. but it doesn’t have the battery. Call ezip and there sell you one for $69 plus shipping.

  10. if i bought this bike is there a bigger chance of it be stolen. when i go to school and back. i play football like till 5

  11. After reading some of the posts, it seems clear that the advanced battery will still work fine as long as maximum speed is only used as a type of ‘getaway’ emergency speed, otherwise, going 15 mph will still get you there, with enough power for a return trip. Doh!

  12. @MrAfroSheen

    To overcome this, would getting a 36v motor help with the overheat problems? also would an upgraded controller be needed?

  13. I’ve managed that – on a gt aggressor xc3 MTB…. but obviously not for too long – top speed human power only was 32.2 mph

  14. i dont even know why i wrote that comment. anyway who cares as long as where having fun. ive become addicted to ebikes. How bout u?

  15. You can get the bike at walmart now for $298 if your walmart doesn’t have it order it online and pick it up at your store for free no shipping fees. By far the best money you will ever spend. These bikes are awesome.

  16. Try to peddle a bike like this to 27mph not going to happen. Even while doing 27mph I was unable to get to 29mph.

    24v battery = 18mph
    36v battery = 27mph

    It’s not rocket science.

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