E-Bike by Motor All

Here are some details about electric bike MOTORS: (A selection available at the bottom of the page)

View the MOTOR powering your Electronic Bike. The higher the value the greater the power to chain, a plus in using the bike in hilly terrain. from 250W to 1000W to power your Primary Electric bicycle

  1. Hub motor: A hub motor is a type of electric motor that is located inside the hub of one or both wheels of the bike. Hub motors can be either front hub or rear hub motors. Front hub motors are typically less expensive and easier to install, but they can affect the handling of the bike. Rear hub motors are more powerful and provide better traction, but they can be more complex to install.

  2. Mid-drive motor: A mid-drive motor is located in the center of the bike frame and is connected to the bike's chain. The motor provides assistance to the rider through the bike's gears, making it more efficient and providing better performance on hills and rough terrain. Mid-drive motors are usually more expensive than hub motors but provide a more natural and balanced riding experience.

  3. Friction drive motor: A friction drive motor is attached to the bike's rear wheel and provides assistance by spinning the wheel with a roller. Friction drive motors are generally less expensive than hub and mid-drive motors, but they are less efficient and can cause extra wear on the bike's tire.

Each type of motor has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of which to use depends on the rider's needs and preferences. Factors to consider when choosing an e-bike motor include power, efficiency, noise level, and ease of maintenance.