Scorpion SX4 Portable electric bike

Scorpion XS4
Scorpion bikes the benefits of an electric bike are being able to go farther without being exhausted at the end of your ride.
Scorpion XS4
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You’ll enjoy riding your electric bike if you’re taking a leisurely afternoon cruise in the park or challenging the automobile traffic on your morning commute.

Scorpion bike Scorpion SX4 Folding electric bike specifications

Frame: 20″ AL FRAME With Patent Lock

Shock Fork:  FATMAN-ML-430,MOZO AL Front Suspation Fork

Fender: Stell fender,painting same as frame colour

Tire: Innova Tire 20*4 1/4

ALLOY WHEEL: Motor alloy wheel rim 48V/500W

Stem: Adjust alloy stem

Grip:  Argormamic grip

Front&REAR brake: Mechanics Brake


Shifter/Derailleur/Freewheel: SHIMANO 6 gear

Pedal: Well GO M21

Saddle: Sofa Saddle

Carrier: Alloy Carrier

Rear light:  Jäger Bike RL810 + 48VDC

Front light: Jäger Bike D-022 48V

Charger: 54.6V/2A. (ATN)

Battery: 48V/16AH ,G9 pantent lock

Display: Jager Bike S6 Display

Controlller: 48V/20A 9mos

Carton: 5 layer

Ensure that all of your electric bike systems are working correctly.

Your electric bike’s battery is one of its most essential components. These five electric bike charging tips will help you prolong the life of your e-bike battery.

1: Let the battery charge for 12 hours

When you first get an electric bike, you must charge the battery for up to 12 hours. In this way, current flows through all the cells, and the battery is the condition right out of the box.

2: Regularly charge your e-bike battery

Most electric bikes use lithium chemistry batteries that should last longer with regular use.

You can partially discharge your electric bike battery most of the time. Please charge the battery between 30 percent and 60 percent.

After 30 to 40 charges, the batteries should fully discharge. But otherwise, use the 30-to-60 percent guideline.

To keep your electric bike battery charged regularly, you need to ride it regularly, so let this be another incentive to get out and ride.

3: Avoid extreme temperatures

A battery on an electric bike feels the same way about the weather as a rider on an electric bike. It is better to have moderate temperatures.

Avoid extreme temperatures when you use your electric bike battery and charge it.

Charge the battery in an environment that is not hotter than 110 degrees Fahrenheit and warmer than freezing. But why go to extremes? During charging, the temperature should be between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

4: Don’t overcharge your electric bike battery

Charge your electric bike battery for several days rather than just leaving it on the charger for a few hours. Doing so can cause the battery to discharge to 95 percent capacity. Afterward, the charger tops off the battery. As a result of this cycle of minor discharges and topping off, a series of poor charging cycles are created.

Put a timer on your mobile device to remind you to remove the battery from the charger.

5: Don’t Store an Empty Battery

Your electric bike battery may need to store at times. Perhaps you’re about to go on vacation. It might be too cold to ride outside. Ensure the battery has about 40-70 percent of its total capacity before storing it.

What should you look for in an electric bike?

You’ll still find most of these tips helpful if you consider buying an electric bike. Consider the following features as well:

Higher watt motor

As a result, there will be more torque or take-off potential. Legally, all motors must be 200 to 250W, but a 350W motor limited to 250W will deliver more torque than a 250W motor.

The throttle

It is generally necessary to pedal to activate the motor on an electric bike, but some come with a throttle that allows you to start the engine without pedaling. The throttle can legally power your cycle up to 6 km/hr from a standing start, especially uphill. Using the throttle, however, will drain your battery more quickly.

Its weight

Because of the battery, electric bikes are heavy – some are over 30kg. When lifting it, such as carrying it upstairs or mounting it on a roof rack, remember this. Once batteries, lights, panniers, etc., have been added, your retailer can give the final weight.

The tires

With a rear hub motor or a heavy bike, puncture-resistant tires will save you from changing as many flats.


Compared to mechanical or V brakes, hydraulic disc brakes are more expensive but require less maintenance.


A helmet is a legal requirement when riding a bicycle of any kind. Consider several extras, including lights, hi-visibility clothing, locks, a pump, mudguards, chain guards, racks, and panniers.


Suppose you need more time or expertise. You should budget about $150 for hubs, brakes, chains, cassettes, and gears. Add to that if you need replacement parts. Cheap means you’ll have to buy a lot of spare parts shortly.

Can my existing bike be converted into an electric one?

Electric bike conversion kits can be purchased and fitted to existing bikes, but there may be better options. When considering converting your bike into an electric bike, you should consider the following:

  • Would your bike be suitable for conversion? With an electric motor, make sure your bike has sturdy wheels and good brakes.

  • Is it going to cost you more? Conversion kits are cheaper than an electric bike, but you may need to upgrade your existing bike to make it motorized. Selling your current motorcycle and buying an electric bike may be cheaper.

  • If an electric motor fits your bike, it will be much heavier and may not be as comfortable as a purpose-built electric bike.

  • It may be a good idea to convert your existing bike if you have special needs (such as needing an extra tall bike) or have found a great deal on a good quality bike.