What is Mammoth eBike?
About the Mammoth bike
A hybrid vehicle like nothing you’ll see on the roads, the Mammoth bike blends traditional pedal-power with 3 kW of pure-electric thrust, all bolted to a motocross-inspired frame. With 250mm of rear wheel travel, paired-up with a 200mm front end, the Mammoth bike drives through an advanced 9-speed sequential gearbox and stops with confidence, thanks to Sram Guide RS hydraulic disc brakes.
- Top Speed: 85km/h
- Range: up to 100km
- Noise @ 50km/h: 45dB
Covering up to 100km on a single charge, whilst churning out a top speed in excess of 85km/h, the Mammoth bike is the pinnacle of hybrid-electric engineering.
And with 3 performance modes on offer, the Mammoth’s top speed can be limited to 35km/h, or wound out to deliver a thrilling 85km/h top-end.
- Power: 3 kW (3000 Watts)
- Motor Type: Brushless DC
- Battery Type: LiFePO4
- Battery Capacity : 1 kWh
- Recharge Time : 2 hours
- Charge : Standard 110-240V
The Mammoth bike utilises an advanced LiFePo4 battery and battery management system (BMS), ensuring maximum range, performance and reliability which is extracted from the Mammoth’s power plant.
Recharging the Mammoth′s 3 kW power plant takes just two hours, using a standard 110-240V output. This, coupled with the 100km range, means maximum riding time.
- Front Travel (RockShox Domian): 200mm
- Regenerative Braking System
- Hydraulic Disc Brakes (Standard): Tektro
- Rotor (Shimano): 200 mm
The concentric swingarm pivot ensures consistent chain tension is maintained throughout the full suspension stroke, avoiding the need for noisy chain tensioners.
The Mammoth Bike adds traditional pedal power via an advanced 9-speed sequential gearbox to further increase range and efficiency. Also you can use Mammoth SingleSpeed system.
When slowing down or stopping, pilots can also activate the Regen braking, which converts kinetic energy into electrical energy, which is then fed back into the battery pack, further enhancing the range and ride time.
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JCS “Mammoth Bike”
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