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How does the JIVR Pedaling Assistance System work?

by Marcin Piatkowski February 26, 2018

The JIVR Pedaling Assistance System allows you to travel up to 50 km without breaking a sweat.

Pedaling a bike can be a hassle. While it is a great workout, it’s not the ideal way to commute to work, especially if you have a dress code. Luckily, the JIVR Bike has you covered with it’s Pedaling Assistance System.

At the heart of it all, there’s the 250W Electric Motor - with 3 Assistance Modes it gives the bike extra power when needed. The Pedaling Assistance System will turn on the motor once you start pedaling, a built-in motion sensor located in between the pedals detects their movement and sends a signal to a state of the art electronics controller. In result, the controller will engage the motor and disengage it when the rider stops pedaling. Making a climb has never been easier, you’ll be at the top in no time without a drop of sweat. Each of the modes has been set in accordance with the European Law, which limits the top speed of ebikes to 25 KM/h.

Mode 1 - 11 KM/h
Mode 2 - 17 KM/h
Mode 3 - 25 KM/h

Riding the JIVR Bike feels like it’s downhill all the way, and thanks to its massive battery capacity it’s going to be a long ride. The JIVR Bike allows you to travel up to 50 km without breaking a sweat, but you can always pedal using the strength of your muscles if you feel like it.Once you’re done riding, plug in your charger to any electric socket and wait for the batteries to recharge. Don’t worry it’s not going to be a long wait, a full charge takes a little over 2 hours, so you’ll be back on the road real quick.

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Marcin Piatkowski
Marcin Piatkowski


JIVR Bike Founder & CEO.

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