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How To Calculate The Range Of An Electric Motorcycle

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Introduction

When buying an electric motorcycle, range is a big factor to consider. If you’re going to use the bike for commuting or long-distance travel, then you need an e-bike that can get you where you need to go before it needs another charge. So how do you know exactly how far an electric motorcyle will take you? You have to take into account both the battery size and other factors that affect range such as driving style, weather conditions and terrain elevation changes — which is all pretty complicated stuff! Luckily we’ve put together some handy tools below that will help calculate your total range so that next time someone asks them “how far can this thing go?!”

Range is a big factor when shopping for an electric motorcycle, as it is with any type of vehicle.

Range is a big factor when shopping for an electric motorcycle, as it is with any type of vehicle. The range on a fully-charged battery will vary depending on how you drive the bike, weather conditions, and other factors.

For example: if you ride at high speeds in hot weather without using air conditioning or heaters (which use more energy), your range will decrease significantly. On the other hand if you’re driving slowly on a cool day with all the windows up while blasting music through the stereo speakers–your range may increase!

In order to know how far you can go on a single charge, it’s important to know the battery capacity.

To calculate the range of an electric motorcycle, it’s important to know the battery capacity. The capacity of a battery is measured in amp hours, watt hours, kilowatt hours and megajoules. For example:

  • An iPhone 6s has a 1,715 mAh battery (mAh). That means if you were to draw out all of its stored energy at once it would last 1 hour and 7 minutes before it dies!
  • A Tesla Model S P100D has a 100 kWh battery which can hold up to 100 kWh worth of electricity!

The range on a fully-charged battery will vary depending on how you drive the bike, weather conditions, and other factors.

The range on a fully-charged battery will vary depending on how you drive the bike, weather conditions, and other factors.

For example: if you ride at higher speeds in mild weather (65°F/18°C), your range will be greater than if you were to drive in heavy rain or snow at low speeds.

A motorcycle’s electric motor and controller are key factors in determining how far the bike can travel on a single charge.

The electric motor and controller are the most important factors in determining how far a motorcycle can travel on a single charge. The battery is the second most important factor, but it’s still less critical than the other two parts of an electric powertrain:

The Motor: An electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy by spinning magnets inside coils of wire. Motors come in various sizes, shapes and configurations depending on their intended use (for example, they can be either single-speed or multi-speed). They’re also rated by how much torque they produce at different speeds–torque being a measure of twisting force produced by an object rotating around its axis; for example, imagine holding onto one end of a wrench while someone else tries to turn it with another wrench from another side (you would feel some resistance as this happened). The higher your bike’s top speed is relative to its lowest speed (i.e., if you can go faster than 20 mph), then more torque will be required from both wheels’ propulsion systems in order for them not only move forward but also keep themselves balanced against gravity’s pull downward toward earth’s surface during acceleration/deceleration processes occurring within those speeds’ ranges between 0 mph (standing still) up through 30 mph+/- depending upon rider skill level levels achieved over time through practice sessions spent riding safely under expert supervision first before progressing further out into traffic situations where drivers may not always share our concern about safety issues pertaining specifically towards protecting pedestrians’ lives too!

To find out your total range from empty to empty (E2E), divide your battery capacity by your average consumption rate in kW-hrs per 100km.

The range of your electric motorcycle will vary depending on how you drive it, the weather conditions and other factors.

If you have a fully-charged battery and are driving at an average of 20km/h (12mph), then it would take about 4 hours to run out of power. However, if you’re riding at 100km/h (62mph) for an hour without stopping for food or water breaks then that same fully-charged battery will only last 30 minutes!

To find out your total range from empty to empty (E2E), divide your battery capacity by your average consumption rate in kW-hrs per 100km:

If you want to know about real world ranges for specific models take a look at our article that compares range across different brands of electric motorcycles — what we found was that range varies from 70-160 miles depending on the model!

If you want to know about real world ranges for specific models take a look at our article that compares range across different brands of electric motorcycles — what we found was that range varies from 70-160 miles depending on the model!

The range on a fully-charged battery will vary depending on how you drive the bike, weather conditions, and other factors. A motorcycle’s electric motor and controller are key factors in determining how far the bike can travel on a single charge.

To calculate E2E range for an e-bike we have to divide the capacity (Ah) by average consumption (kWh/100km).

To calculate E2E range for an e-bike we have to divide the capacity (Ah) by average consumption (kWh/100km). The result will be your battery pack’s energy density, which is the amount of energy that can be stored in a specific volume or mass. For example: if you have a 48V battery pack with 20Ah and an average consumption of 2kWh/100km then its energy density would be 48V x 20Ah / 2kWh/100km = 48V x 10A/20A = 24W/kg

Conclusion

We hope this article helped you understand how to calculate the range of an electric motorcycle, and that you’re now armed with the knowledge to make a more informed purchase decision.