- If the speed you are reaching is above 30 mph, it is normal.
- E-bike top speeds depend on many variables such as rider's weight, battery charge level, slope of road, tire pressure and even temperatures.
- If it is below 30 mph, the speed limiter needs to be checked and make sure your wheel diameter is set to 24"
Please note that when you change the speed limiter, your ebike is no longer a class 2 ebike.
Legal note: Changing the speed limiter is at the rider's own risk. Please check your local ebike laws to make sure you’re not breaking any laws. Ariel Rider/Arba International is designing their ebikes to go at an optimal 20mph and is not liable for any damage that might occur due to high speeds. Components of the X-Class are subject to higher wear when compared to bikes without power assistance. This is because D-Class can travel at higher average speeds than regular cycles and has a greater weight. Higher wear is not a defect in the product and is not subject to warranty. Typical components affected are the tires, brake pads and rotors, suspension forks, spokes, wheels, and the battery pack.