The Livall Pikaboost could be classified as an e-bike conversion kit, but unlike systems that require a professional mechanic to fit, this kit installs in less than a minute, with the added benefit of being able to move it from one bike to another Another in minutes, all by myself, without tools. The designers have designed a locking mechanism that secures the Pikaboost to the bike’s seat post and equipped it with a shock absorption system that keeps it stable in all conditions and prevents it from detaching or losing contact with the bike. rear wheel. 

AAR technology uses sensors and software to automatically adjust the amount of assistive power. Called an “acronym,” this is a lightweight, battery-powered computer that constantly learns as it’s used.

It can be matched with tires of road bikes, folding bikes, mountain bikes and even rear suspension bikes. The 18650 lithium cells have 3.5 Ah 18x18x18 millimeters of energy, for a total of 234 Wh, which is equivalent to 30 km of electricity. The pikaboost weighs 3 kg.

The Pikaboost features a unique energy system that recharges faster when used in Roll, Cruise or Exercise assist modes. In Roll mode, it charges as you go on level ground, even uphill, and automatically provides assistance only uphill.

It can also provide continuous energy recovery when used in Exercise mode, which essentially works like a high-intensity workout. This simplifies battery recharging while providing resistance to the cyclist’s efforts.

There is a rear light that requires a sensor on the brake levers to function. It also requires a break sensor and skid protection. Additionally, there is a brake sensor for use with the brake levers. This prevents the engine from propelling the car forward as it also acts as a traffic light.

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