It’s time to upgrade your ride with the Decibel Moto Electric Bike – fully equipped with an easy-to-ride alloy frame, 5 levels of electric pedal assist, front and rear disc brakes, and 7-speed gears. The Decibel Moto also boasts a 500-watt motor with a 48v 10.4Ah battery, bringing you both power and style in a lightweight frame. We sweat the details, so you don’t have to sweat at all.
• Max assisted speed: 32 km/h (19.88 mph)
• Motor: 500W rear hub
• Battery: 48V 10.4H Lithium-ion
• Charge time: 4 to 6 hours
• Charger: 2 A CE/UL
• Display: 5 level pedal assist LCD display
• Controller: 48V, 15 A integrated
• Estimated range: up to 54 km (33 miles)
• Drive mode throttle (6 magnet sensor disc)
• Frame: Aluminum alloy
• Gears: 7-speed Trigger
• Cranks: Prowheel 170mm Alloy
• Brakes: Front and rear disc brakes with motor cut-off
• Tires: 51 cm x 10 cm (20” x 4”) all-terrain tires
• Weight capacity: 150kg (330 lbs)
• Height range: 155cm-190cm (5’1” – 6’3”)
• Wheels: alloy double wall
I purchased this bike and out of the box the light did not work, the line was pinched during shipping . I sent pictures and was told someone would get back to me . I have yet to talk to somebody. I have sent emails and calls with no response. The bike itself is fun and well worth the price minus the headlight issue i an currently having
Haven’t received my bike yet, seems forever to ship???
Good product. Could have done with some sort of manual to make things very simple for the set up. Front disk break pads needed lots of adjustment as of loud squeezing. Other than that, I love the bike. It makes my commute very fun.
Great bike and great customer service!
I bought this bike for commuting. The design is very attractive, and I bought it with a good deal, but I honestly cannot recommend this bike.
(1) the seat is unbelievably uncomfortable. It’s just too wide! I guess I have to take it to some upholstery shop or whatever... I'm genuinely annoyed about this.
(2) If your height is below 160cm, I advise you not to buy it. It could be too high for you - like myself.
(3) The battery doesn’t last long.. I rode mainly in PAS 1 and when the distance reached 27km, it was the end of the battery life. (I’m not a very heavy person, fyi….)
(4) Perhaps this might not be everybody’s problem, but I felt it was not very easy to assemble the bike by myself. The bike felt simply too heavy for me throughout the process. I ended up spending more than an hour, getting several scratches all over my legs... :/