BH Emotion Max 700 Electric Bike: Specs, Video and Pictures Mar 02, 2012 By: Pete 5 Comments Share 0Shares0 0 By: PeteThe BH Emotion Max 700 electric bike. Here is a preview of the BH Emotion Max 700 electric bike that I recently had a chance to race around! This is a quick bike made for the zipping around city streets and long rides on country roads. This post will give you an idea of the specifications of the bike along with a video and pictures that will highlight the features of this urban/touring electric bicycle. Make sure you check out the full review of the Emotion Max 700 electric road bike. Emotion Max 700 Electric Bike Specifications: Frame: Alumium hydro-formed Fork: Suntour Swing Shock Motor: Panasonic 250W, brushless, mid drive motor Battery: Panasonic Lithium Ion; 36 Volt 12Ah (Standard is 36V 8ah) Drivetrain: Shimano Alivio 9sp with Shimano XT rear derailleur Brakeset: Shimano M505 hydraulic disc brakes Tires: Rubena 700 x 35 puncture resistant Total Weight: 47 lbs. Warranty: 2 years, extendable up to 4 years Price: $2950 (USD) for 36V 12ah battery or $2750 for 36V 8ah battery Here is a link to the detailed specifications of the Emotion Max 700 electric bike. Here is a link to the European Emotion website and the North American Emotion website. Please note that Pete’s Electric Bikes is the North American distributor and that is not my company. It’s just a coincidence that they choose that cool name for their company! You can also purchase Emotion bikes in the US at The New Wheel. Checkout the video and pictures of the Emotion Max 700! You can download the video here or download the video to iTunes automatically and add the video to your mobile device. The Emotion Max 700 is ready for the road! The Emotion Max 700 uses the Panasonic 36V 12ah battery and 250 watt mid drive motor (behind the chain guard.) The Panasonic 250 watt mid drive motor near the cranks of the Emotion Max 700 Another view of the Panasonic 250 watt mid drive motor and cranks. The Emotion Max 700 that I rode had the Panasonic 36V 12ah lithium ion battery which is an upgrade from the standard 36V 8ah pack. The new 36 volt Panasonic batteries are a little wider than the traditional Panasonic 26 volt batteries. The Emotion Max 700 Panasonic Lithium Ion 36V 12 ah battery in the charging dock. The Emotion Max 700 has a pretty simple display. High, medium and low pedal assist settings. This electric bike is pedal assist only (no throttle). The Emotion Max 700 comes with the SR Suntour Swing suspension fork to take the edge off bumps and cracks in the road. The Emotion Max 700 comes with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes front and rear. View of the Shimano hydraulic brake lever and Panasonic display. The Shimano XT rear derailleur is a highlight of the component package. Make sure you check out the full review of the Emotion Max 700 electric road bike. Please let me know if you have any comments or questions in the comment section below. Thanks! -Pete P.S. Don’t forget to join the Electric Bike Report community for updates from the electric bike world, plus ebike riding and maintenance tips. Related About PeteReader InteractionsComments EBike Riders of America says March 5, 2012 at 1:29 am Hey there. Thanks for the article, but where have all the images gone? 😉 I’ve had the pleasure to ride a BH emotion through the City of Berlin (Germany) and I can highly recommend to lend one on a dry & sunny day. This sportive electric bike will definitely put a smile on your face without making you feel lazy at all. The fitness challenge is to keep up the great max speed once the motor assistance has faded at top speed. Cheers. Reply Hubert Pype says May 30, 2012 at 2:40 am Hello, I have the possibility to by a Max 700 from last year wich has only 8 gears on the rear derailleur. 11-32 instead of 11-34 What is the difference up-hill? Reply Pete says May 30, 2012 at 6:16 pm Hi Hubert, There really is not much difference. The 34 tooth cog will make climbing really steep hills a little easier. I wouldn’t worry about it. Reply Michael K. says June 14, 2012 at 11:30 pm Great looking bike. This would be the perfect bike for up here in the hill country. Good for both street and forest trails. Reply Trackbacks […] Make sure you checkout this post with video, pictures and specifications of the Emotion Max 700 electric bike. […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.