E-bikes provide support up to 25 km/h. This is the maximum speed limit prescribed by law. The same rules that apply to a Class B moped (helmet, yellow license plate, insurance, etc.) also apply to speed pedelecs (45 km/h).
The action radius differs from bike to bike and depends on the battery used. Weather conditions, where you bike and your weight also affect this. The standard battery has an action radius of up to 100 kilometres. Naturally, the top models have a longer action radius. Together with you, we determine which bike meets your specific requirements based on anticipated use.
You can remove the battery from the bike and charge it with the charger provided or you can leave it on the bike and charge it by connecting it to a power outlet. Avoid storing the bike with a completely dead battery. The battery should ideally be half-charged when stored.
The battery should not be exposed to extreme temperatures. In extremely cold weather, the action radius of the bike may be lower than normal. It is advisable to remove the battery from its holder on the bike and charge it indoors. If you do not plan to use the bike for over a month, we recommend charging the battery every two weeks.
Our Leone bikes can be transported using the most common types of bike carrier. We do recommend that you remove the battery from the holder and transport it inside the car.
None of these are required for an electric bike that reaches speeds of up to 25 km/h. (These requirements only apply to speed pedelecs with a top speed of 45 km/h.)
Depending on the model, the average weight is between 20 and 25 kg.