Liberty Electric Mountain Bike

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johny b
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Liberty Electric Mountain Bike

:) I bought a Liberty Electric 443 mountain bike with lead acid batteries two months ago and to this point I am very satisfied.

The bike is very well built, it has front and rear disc brakes . It has a Shimano 6 speed shifter. Nice suspension built into the bike to soften bumps. The 250 watt hub motor is under powered at times if you do not want to pedal at all. I ride this bike to work every day up a long very steep hill. With light to moderate pedaling I can go two-thirds of the way up in 3rd gear before I shift down to 2nd. On level ground the motor is sufficient. Has any one else have any experience with this bike?

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Re: Liberty Electric Mountain Bike

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That a nice looking bike!
Looks like you may be able to upgrade to the LiFePO4 pack later if you like.
It does sound a little underpowered, but I bet you get excellent range out of the system. As long as you don't have to traverse too many steep hills it sounds like a great way to get around.

Out of curiosity, do you know what controller it uses?

I didn't do any on-site searches for it, but you might give that a try if you haven't already.

I always love to hear about bikes that others are getting, keep us informed on how it does for you.

Dave

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Thanks for the update, I really like what I see and hear about Liberty. Can you identify a mfg name or anything on it to give us a clue who mfg it. Does your owners Manuel give any clues?
I really like the LIBERTY EB-643 48 Volt, 25 Amp Town & Country Cruiser but I really need to break my addiction to E Scooters and look at E Bikes. I really like there 48v City Bike it's looks very practical for the City.
48v City Bike
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I was sort of waiting to get a update from you about there products.

I believe they may be mfg by Suzhou Small Antelope Electric Bicycle Co., Ltd there site states:

The company has its own 17 patent techologies,builds the first city e-bike,testing center,and has passed the ISO9001 quality certification, CE verification and FCC verification. It is the only enterprise owning the honor of state-grade key new product confered by National Economy Committee

The Liberty site states:

2001, 2002, 2003 Most Reliable Product in Suzhou City and 17 different patents awarded.

All there Product page images won't load properly, so I can't be positive.
Some time they will tell you who sells there products in the USA, then other times they won't give the name, just they are sold in the USA.

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Re: Liberty Electric Mountain Bike

I looked thru my paperwork and could not find a manufacturers name besides Liberty any where. The papers are vague to say the least. They show how to install fenders, wheel and other bolt-ons when bike is delivered. They tell you how to charge, safety before riding, and even a small parts break down for common parts. I looked at the contoller and found this information listed below.

Brushless 1:1 motor controller QC:
model wzkd3615ka-f-hd s/n
Changzhou Hongdu Electric CO, LTD

Hope this can be helpful in answering your questions.

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Thanks, that's exactly what I needed, I was in the right Church but the wrong Pew.

HONGDU Voyage Industry Group LTD. is a huge backbone enterprise subordinated to China Voyage Industry Corporation II and one of the 512 enterprises specially supported by the central government.

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Re: Liberty Electric Mountain Bike

It looks like the bike might be made by these folks:
http://www.goldenmotor.com/JDbike/JD-ebikeprod.htm
They seem to have some nice looking product!

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