Easy + Cheap eBike!! Motorized Wheel Conversion Kit REVIEW

Easy + Cheap eBike!! Motorized Wheel Conversion Kit REVIEW



iMortor Electric Bike Wheel ➜

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This is a cheap/affordable way to turn your ordinary bicycle into a super cool eBike (electric motorized bike).
Wheel size (3 models) are suitable for any 26-inch mountain bike, road bike, or leisure bike. (Tread width: 48.26mm)
It’s an electric brushless 240W hub motor and removable rechargeable battery (36V 130Wh). There’s even a USB outlet to charge your devices on the go. Connect with their app to view live speed, distance, and other information.

Top Speed (flat ground): ~15 mph
Distance (rated): up to 15 miles or more with pedal assist

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25 Comments
  • AuthenTech - Ben Schmanke
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Super easy, fast, and cheap eBike conversion kit!

    Check out current pricing! ➜ https://goo.gl/CSi1CZ

  • Annabelle Rochelle
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Is it rechargeable?

  • Other Peoples Meeples
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    "… looks pretty sick… "?? How old are you?

  • OJ Ivey
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    sounds like a good price i have a Raleigh C-40 mens bike. it has a front rim diameter of approx. 26 inches. how can i order one a motorized front bike wheel?

  • Drunken Tiger
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Will this fit with Raleigh Talus bikes?

  • JERKMONKEYYEH
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Can i get one for a 20 inch rim? Also can i get one for my back tire instead of my front so the torq can be in the back?

  • Manuel BR
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Seems nice. Do you know if it's waterproof?

  • airplane george
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    how does it peddle with a dead battery?

  • Dirk Bartschat
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

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  • Hareesh Kumar
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Excellent! it is possible to get the recharge automatically while running?

  • 420Akillese
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    The music is trash and not needed. Thumbs down.

  • Stev Rex
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Thanks for this review. Appears to be a very straight forward install. With a modest price.

  • Tanishq Naik
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Thx man

  • Gary Lewis
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    What Ben said….130wh = 3.6ah, which means the battery is miniscule and won't come anywhere near using the full 240W motor capacity.

  • Black Mirror
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    15mph top speed ??????

  • Rick Gross
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    25 mile range on pedal assist not good enough for what I'm looking for. I usually do 20 to 30 miles on my road bike I would want the electric to go an extra 15 to 20 miles in pedal assist mode.

  • ecsyntric
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    does battery charge while pedaling? that would compensate for the small Wh

  • Ariel Mantupar
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Hope your battery is in Graphine type for a more better power.

  • justas drigotas
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Why did he cut off the mounting hole? He could of just rotate the wheel a bit

  • Maxwell Lynch
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    I’m looking at a kit that’s 350w motor. 7.8ah 36v battery 280wh. Is that suitable for 20 mile range per charge?

  • Bhupender Singh
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Nice demo. which mobile app you use to connect bike with cell phone?

  • cakeba
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    I'm a mechanic at a bike shop, I own two multi-thousand dollar bikes, I know my way around two wheels. A guy came to our shop insisting that he just "wanted to show us" something but didn't want to sell us anything. With a little pushing my boss got it out of the guy that he was one of the biggest investors in the company that makes these. Me, knowing what a good bike is and also weighing 210lbs, thought "This could be neat for someone who knows nothing about bikes." If only. I took the front-wheel-driven bike to our parking lot where I have tested thousands of bikes, and gave it a spin. Mind you, 210lbs is nowhere near the upper limit of people who ride bikes, and I get the feeling that this product will attract bicyclists on the heavier end of that spectrum rather than the light, fit people who probably own a bike that would never accept this technology anyways (since 26 inch wheels are no longer mass produced by any bike company). So I sit on this bike, I throw the throttle wide open, and it takes the bike until the end of the parking lot go maybe 10mph. (Our parking lot sits slanted at maybe 10 degrees from flat, you wouldn't be able to tell that it's not perfectly level if you stood in it). I'm immensely unimpressed with the power and torque of this thing. I turn the bike and immediately the motor struggles to keep up, not even going up the slight slant of our parking lot whirring and pulling me to the end at a top speed that couldn't have been more than 5ph. But that's not the end of it; the particular model I was on, which I was told was a prototype, had regenerative braking. Normally this is good and on high-end electric bikes can be toggled on and off. On the bike I rode, the regenerative braking was more powerful than the cantilever brakes on the old 26'er. not impressed.

  • Wagon Burner
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Back ground noise (Music) SUCKS!

  • Blue Mountain Edward
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    Today I cycled 10 miles to work then 10 miles home. It would take a bigger battery to go that far.

  • Chai Sarak
    Posted at 07:12h, 22 February Reply

    do they sell the extra battry ??

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