F4W Peak 350W electric bike review with a bunch of pictures and the specification info of this mountain bike style e-bike with a 350 watt geared rear hub motor and a 36V 9ah lithium ion battery.
Part 2 of the F4W Peak 350W review will give you info on ride characteristics, results from the range test, pros, cons, and overall thoughts on this e-bike.
Alright, let’s get into the details of the F4W Peak!
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The F4W Peak electric bike by Hero Eco.
The F4W Peak has a mountain bike style aluminum frame.
The cranks of the F4W Peak have a built in torque sensor that is used for the pedal assist option. The system will sense how much power you are putting into the pedals and then provide the corresponding assist based on which level of assist you have selected (1 = low, 2 = medium, or 3 = high). There is also the option of using the throttle while pedaling or not.
The F4W Peak comes equipped with a Shimano Alivio rear derailleur and an 8 speed cogset.
This is the 350 watt geared rear hub motor made by 8FUN (Bafang). The 8 speed cogset provides a nice range of gear options.
The F4W Peak uses a Sony lithium ion 36V 9ah battery pack located just behind the seat tube of the frame.
The battery has an on/off switch as well as a battery level indicator. Also visible is the lock for the battery.
The battery can be removed by unlocking it with the supplied key and rotating the battery to the side.
The frame without the battery.
The battery can be charged on or off the bike with the included charger.
View of the F4W Peak cockpit.
The left side of the handlebars: the front brake lever, a bell, and the e-bike display.
The display of the F4W Peak allows you to change the pedal assist levels (0,1,2, or 3). In addition it provides info on current speed, trip distance, and overall distance. You can also select to see the info in mph or km/h.
The right side of the handlebars: the rear brake lever, twist grip throttle, and the 8 speed rear derailleur shifter.
The front of the handlebars; note the LED front headlight.
The Xoom suspension fork definitely helps take the edge off of bumps and cracks in the road. The Xoom fork on the F4W Peak also has a lockout feature.
The Tektro v-brakes provide a healthy amount of stopping power.
The 26″ x 1.75″ Kenda Khan tires on the F4W Peak.
The tread of the Kenda Khan tires offers a mostly city tread in the middle with some side knobs for some light off road riding.
This is the D2 saddle that comes on the F4W Peak.
Front and rear LED lights come with the F4W Peak. They run off of their own batteries.
The F4W Peak comes with mountain bike style fenders front and rear.
F4W Peak 350W Electric Bike Specifications
Frame: Aluminum frame.
Fork: Zoom suspension fork.
Motor: 8FUN (Bafang) 350 watt geared brushless rear hub motor.
Battery: Advanced Sony Lithium Ion 36V 9ah
Assist Options: Twist grip throttle or 3 levels of pedal assist with crank mounted torque sensor.
Display: LCD showing: State of charge, pedal assist level, speedometer, trip odometer, and total odometer.
Drivetrain: 8 Speed Shimano Alivio with rapid fire shifter.
Brakeset: Tektro V-brakes with electric assist cut off switches.
Tires: Kenda Khan 26″ x 1.75″
Accessories: Fenders, front and rear LED lights, kickstand, and bell.
Weight: 46 lbs.
Price: $1,799 (at the time of review)
Here is a link to the specifications page of the F4W Peak 350W electric bike.
Now, checkout part 2 of the F4W Peak 350W review with info on the ride characteristics, the range test, pros, cons, and overall thoughts!
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