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Setting your bike up as Class 1, 2, or 3

The All-Terrain R750 HT is programmed to go 20 miles per hour on throttle only mode and on pedal assist. Which makes it a class 2 electric bike. If needed, our bikes can be adjusted to meet the three various classifications. Here’s how you can set up your bike to be either class 1, class 2, or class 3 if needed.

If you’d like to convert your bike to be a class 1 electric bike, you would need to remove the throttle. The bike is preprogrammed at 20 miles per hour, which is required to meet the class 1 standard classification. To use your bike as a class 2 bike, you can keep the throttle installed on your bike and also limit the max speed of the bike to 20 miles per hour in the display. Out of the box, your bike is programmed to meet these classifications. This setting will allow use of the bike using either pedal assist or throttle only up to 20 miles per hour, which meets the definition of a class 2 electric bike. By removing the throttle and programming the speed to a max speed of 28 miles per hour. The bikes can operated using pedal assist only and meet the requirements of being a class 3 bike.