Now available is the NIU BQi-C3 Electric Bike. Its battery has 620Wh and a 62-mile range

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The NIU BQi-C3 electric bike is currently available on the market. The new electric bicycle includes two detachable batteries with a combined capacity of 920Wh that can be charged independently.

The electric bike’s top speed is 28 miles per hour, and its maximum range is 62 miles.

The NIU BQi-C3 electric bike has the following specifications: a 500W electric motor with a maximum output of 750W and a torque of 45Nm. Three different riding modes on the e-bike provide variable levels of pedal assistance.

You can ride in one of three ways: solely with your feet, with the throttle, or with the pedal-assist function. Additionally, the maker claims that the Gates Carbon Belt drive utilised in the e-bike is up to 33 times more durable than typical metal chain drives.

Its lightweight, interchangeable batteries, which have a combined capacity of 920Wh, are what give it its 100km (62 miles) of range. Because the batteries are lightweight (approximately 5.4 kg each), they are easy to move and replace as needed.

The NIU GQi-tires C3 are made to withstand punctures and provide a smooth ride even on unpaved surfaces. Its integrated 3.5-inch TFT colour display makes it simple to see crucial riding information quickly.

C3 electric bike

You can see information about your trip, like the speed, remaining battery life, and distance traveled. The front and rear disc brakes of the electric bicycle can be used to stop it. It also has built-in halo and taillights.

The C3 electric bike has a step-through design with a frame that weighs about 32 kg. It is available in three different colors: white, grey, and black. On November 5, the GQi-C3 will be yours for $1,999. (The matte white and models)

The glossy grey variant will go on sale on November 15th. The two-year guarantee offered by NIU covers the battery and electric motor. The e-bike is currently available for purchase through NIU, and shipping is free within the USA.


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