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Where Can I Learn About The Motors The Bikes Use?
Front motor (Models: M-150 P7, M-140 R7, M-150 R7, M-140 P7, M-66 R7, M70, M60 R7, M-50)
If you want reliability and comprehensive riding ability, I will recommend front the motor.
The rotation ratio of our Bafang 750 watt motor is 5 to 1. This means that every time the wheel rotates, the motor must rotate five times. This also means that the motor rotates at a higher RPM and provides you with better wheel torque output. It has greater torque than direct drive motors. They are also physically smaller and lighter than direct-drive hub motors.

Mid-mounted motor (Models: M-5600)
If you want a wider range of performance than other types of motors to provide, I recommend this type of motor.
The mid-drive motor is the motor found by the crank of the bicycle. It turns the sprocket first, and then the chain. Therefore, all power is run through the chain, gears, and derailleur on the bicycle, and you can change gears just like on a car or motorcycle. You can shift into low gear when climbing a hill, then into high gear when on a flat area or downhill and hope to reach a higher top speed. Therefore, the mid-drive motor feels more focused on performance. You can use the power of the motor to switch gears, which is why a wider range of power is provided, from low-end traction wheels to high-end speeds up to 35 mph or higher, assuming it is of course, unlocked and off-road. But the downside is that you run all the power through the transmission system.

Direct drive hub motor (Models: M-340, M-350 P7, M-360, M-330 R7)
Direct drive hub motors tend to be heavier and more suitable for more powerful applications.
Direct drive hub motors look like geared hub motors but have a larger outer diameter. Because it can drive directly to the rear wheels, it is called a direct drive hub motor. One rotation of the motor is equal to one rotation of the bicycle wheel, which makes this type of motor more suitable for higher maximum speeds, but does not necessarily have the same torque as a gear hub motor. If you live in a flatter area or want a higher cruising speed, a direct drive hub motor may make sense to you.

Up to 160+ Miles
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