SunCycles Electric Fatbike
Suncycles Electric Fatbike is an electric bicycle made in Namibia.
SunCycle Electric Fatbike is an electric bicycle that targets African commuters – ranging from children, senior citizens and people with disabilities. The bicycles run on a battery that can be charged from solar power or through an electric 220 V AC power plug.
~ 2167 USD (32,000 ND)Converted August 8, 2019
Commuting children, senior citizens and people with disabilities in Africa
200Interview with manufacturer
The number of people that can fit within product [Persons]
The ratio between the rates at which the last and first gears rotate
- BAFANG geared back hub motor 500 W, < 120 km range, display, kill switch, brake levers
- 48V 7/13/17.5 Ah Li-Ion Battery
- Alu-hydro formed frame
- 26×4.5 inch or 29×2.35 inch tires
- RST front shocks
- A5 air back suspension
- Shimano 8 speed gear cassette
- Tektro 180 mm cable disc brakes
Battery, motor, controller, sensor, LCD display, solar kit
20000 km or 1000 charges, whichever comes firstInterview with manufacturer
The manufacturer seeks to provide e-bike solutions to all corners of the African continent.
None on the whole bike, but on the different parts (battery, motor, etc.) to evaluate component lifetimeInterview with manufacturer
No third party tests have been conducted.
A charging system – either an electrical grid or a solar panel system – is needed to recharge each bicycle.
Fishman, E. and Cherry. C., 2015, E-bikes in the Mainstream: Reviewing a Decade of Research, Transport Reviews, 36(1), pp. 72-91.
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Fyhri, A. and Fearnley, N., 2015, Effects of e-bikes on bicycle use and mode share, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 36, pp. 45-52.
Schleinitz, K., Petzoldt, T., Franke-Bartholdt, L., Krems, J. and Gehlert, T., 2017, The German Naturalistic Cycling Study – Comparing cycling speed of riders of different e-bikes and conventional bicycles, Safety Science, 92, pp. 290-297.
It is considered a conventional bicycle in Namibia and South Africa as it is under 30 kg. It fulfills the regulations of Euro Pedelec Norm.Interview with manufacturer
NoneInterview with manufacturer
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