How To Charge An Electric Bike
Charging is an important part of owning a bicycle and is necessary to run a good electric bike.
When you buy an electric bike, it may be fully charged and delivered in a “dormant” mode. Please confirm with the distributor. If not, you can charge it yourself.
It’s best to avoid extreme temperatures when riding and charging. Charging below 0 °C or above 40° C (32 °F / 104° F) may lead to insufficient charging and damage battery life.
Charger LED will continue to be red.
Continuous red EnergyPak LED displays charging level.
The flashing EnergyPak LED shows that charging is in progress.
Charger LED turned green.
All EnergyPak LEDs are red, then turn off.
When taking out the battery for storage, make sure it is in a safe climate control space. Batteries should not be stored when there is no electricity or when the power is very low.