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Addmotor Motan M 140 R7


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The Motan M 140 R7 is a great choice for those that want an electric bike that is portable, affordable and powerful enough to handle a wide range of use.  The collapsible top tube, folding frame and pedal make it easy to fold down and store in your car, apartment or at work.  The low step frame is perfect for shorter riders and cruising through the city.



Model:  MOTAN M-140 P7

Style:  Folding fat tire

Wheel Size:  20”

Color:  Green/blue/haze green/rose gold

Electric Bike Class:  Throttle on demand (class 2)

Suggested Terrains:  Trails, cruising, neighborhood, sand & snow


Motor:  Bafang 48V*750W rear hub brushless motor

Battery:  48V 16Ah Panasonic lithium-ion cell battery

Display:  Addmotor 5 inch LCD display with USB port

Throttle:  Variable speed control with 1/2 twist throttle

Controller:  External Addmotor 22A Controller

Charger:  2.5.A US standard DC smart charger

Headlight/taillight:  Powered by main battery and controlled by display

Integrated Wiring:  Water-resistant connectors and wiring harness


Frame:  6061 Aluminum alloy frame

Front Fork:  Addshox 80-95mm of travel, adjustment and lockout

Rear Gears:  7 speeds TX55 gears

Brake Lever:  Tektro mechanical EL555-RT/EL 550-RS

Brake Rotors:  Tektro MD-M300 180mm F/R

Chain:  KMC rust resistant chain

Tires:  Kenda 20” x 4.0 fat tires

Chain Puller:  Shimano 7 speeds/ALTUS M310

Handlebar:  Black aluminum handlebar

Peddle:  Aluminum black folded pedal

Saddle:  Addmotor comfortable seat

Seat Post:  Quick release 30cm

Rear Rack:  Detachable and sturdy luggage rack


Charging Time:  6-7 hours (depending on the battery status)

Battery Life:  Rated for 800 charge cycles

Range:  Estimate 55-65 miles with PAS 1

Payload Capacity:  300 lbs.

Recommended Rider Height:  5’2” – 6’3”

Max Load Capacity:  280lbs

Bike Weight Net/Gross:  70lbs/82.5lbs

Folded size:  Length 44” x height 29” x width 21”

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