Monday, October 07, 2013

New Mariner 7 - tops of the pops!


Looks great, feels great, drives great!





Meet the newest addition to the ProdecoTech Mariner family. The Mariner 7 offers riders an 8 speed drive train and a powerful 300 watt, free-spinning, front-mount motor, which delivers 500 watts at peak, that reaches speeds of up to 18 mph. 



The propulsion system is a ‘power-on-demand’ variable throttle which is simple to operate: just twist and go, or if you feel like getting some exercise, pedal like you would on a regular bicycle, the motor only powers on when you want it to. The SRAM X7 Twist 8-speed shifter offers quick and smooth transitioning between gears. 









The high-capacity, 36 volt 9 amp hour advanced lithium ion battery (LiFePO4) has the long distance range of 25-35 miles per charge. 





You will appreciate the stopping control of the Avid BB5 disc brakes (front and rear) and Avid 180mm HS1 heat-shedding rotors. 




The BB5 adjustment knobs make quick work out of setting the perfect distance between the pads and rotor. The KMC X8.93 chain is a strong, lightweight chain that is built to allow for smooth and fast shifting. 



The Mariner 7 smooth ride is supported by suspension in the seat post and the fork, and most of all, it is easy to ride. 



With its pure white gloss appearance and 20-inch rim frames of aircraft-grade aluminum, the impressive Mariner 7 is one of the most appealing, most compact folding e-bikes in its class.



Pure White Gloss Finish
  • Folding Aluminum 20” Rim Frame
  • ½ Twist Throttle
  • Avid  BB5 Disc Brakes Front and Rear and Avid 180mm HS1 Rotors
  • SRAM X7 Twist 8 Speed Shifter
  • SRAM X5 8 Speed Mid Derailleur
  • KMC X8.93 8 Speed Chain
  • HTI Folding Aluminum/Nylon Pedals
  • 38.4V 9Ah LiFePO4 24 Cell Battery
  • Front FSG 36V 300W Motor
  • 18 mph Speed
  • 25-35 Mile Distance
  • Folded Dimensions: 42″ x 30″ x 22″
  • 46 lbs






text and photos via http://prodecotech.com









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