BionX Electric Bike Conversion Kits at Interbike

BionX Electric Bike Conversion Kits at Interbike I had the chance to speak with a BionX representative at Interbike 2012 and hear about their different kits, ranging from 36v to 48v and $1,000 to $2,000. EBR was paid to perform this review #Sponsored We try to be honest, thorough, and fun! Comparison tools, shop directory, and forums at:

Readers Comments (5)

  1. I have a KTM e-bike Trek with Bionx driver. Overall I am very satisfied, but I have a small dilemma.
    The battery charge indicator shows 90% of the time that it is 100% charged. It is only at the end that the rate drops sharply to 0%, even though the support is still full. What could be the cause, wrong indications and how to fix it?

  2. Bernhard Thoms March 7, 2021 @ 11:04 pm

    I need a Battery & Charger for a Bionx 36 Volt G1 Rear Rack Bike kit ! Any one has one ???

  3. Good information but the reporter needed to stop trying to be funny/clever and let the information be shared. The lady had a hoarse voice and just wanted to share her product info. Be quieter next time.

  4. The other two things I don’t like about it are the tiny throttle and the very large hub. [sigh] At least I can quickly pass by people without them noticing the hub.

  5. I have the 36v, 10A-h kit on my bike. The things I like about this kit are the 4 levels of Assist, 4 levels of Generative Braking, and silence of the motor. Motor silence is great! I ride by pedestrians and other riders without drawing attention to myself.

    What I don’t like about it is the unsprung weight makes for a ride that’s not cushy. The whole thing is heavy and unbalanced too. Also, because it is a hub motor, the battery drains down faster on very hilly rides.

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