Manufacture: Go-Power BikesGo-terminator E bike

Model: Go-Terminator

Type: Mountain Bike

Price: $2499
@ ebikegeneration.com

 

Overview:

  • Utility and Commuter Oriented Bike
  • Battery & Drive-train
  • Speed & Maneuverability
  • Strong in All Environments
  • Specs
  • Conclusion

 

 

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Utility and Commuter Oriented Bike

For all around terrain, weather and road conditions, the Go-Terminator is a swell package with all you need to get out into nature on the trails or the city streets. Many seek a bike that serves as not just a commuter, but one that can withstand jumps and tight turns over sharp or bumpy rocks. With Front suspension and hard tail design, the Go-Terminator is a fierce bike. Many bikes in the Go-Terminator’s class cost sufficiently more for what it is. Making it an ideal choice for economical & efficient commuting on top of it’s off-road capabilities.

 

Battery & Drive-train

With the pedal assist engaged you can get up to 36 miles or 57.5 kilometers maximum distance, harnessing a powerful 48v battery and Hengtai 1000w motor on full electric mode which will reach up to a distance of 18 miles or 29 kilometers per charge for effortless enjoyment! For anyone that needs the boost to keep going, or just get started up a hill, the Go-Terminator gives you the support you need.

 

Speed & Maneuverability

While going on flat terrain, reach up to a max speed of 28 miles per hour or 45 kms per hour. Going uphill does affect speed, so put on the pedal assist for even more drive & power! Depending on which setting are used the most often, your range can change due to the output of power on the desired level. So when doing long distance travel make sure you monitor your power and even bring your charger with you in case you need to charge up again.

Go-Terminator LCD Display

Go-Terminator LCD Display shows range, PAS level, and Odometer.

 

Strong in All Environments

Fat tires, with its strong 6061 Aluminum Alloy frame makes a tough specimen that appeals to those looking for adventure and fun. Best for off road use and wet or rainy adventures. In British Columbia, the wet seasons can make a weary rider, so what helps more than a fat tire trekker with 1000 watts of power? Flying carpets, to be honest. Now back to the Go-Terminator – check out the specs here!

Go-Terminator Motor

1000W Rear Hub Motor – Lots of Power!

 

Specs:Go Terminator Specs

  • 6061 Aluminum Alloy Frame.
  • 48v 1000w Motor.
  • 48V14ah LG Lithium Battery.
  • Max charge time 4 hours.
  • Max range of 36 miles / 57.5 kms with pedal assist, 18 miles / 29 Kms with Electric mode.
  • Top speed of 28 kms per hour.
  • Pedal Assist, Electric, Manual or Walk modes.
  • LCD 36V 5 Level PAS (Pedal Assist System) SW900.
  • Weighs 66 lbs.
  • Max rider weight 265 lbs.
  • Adjustable seat for riders 5’4 or higher.
  • Shimano 7 speed derailleur.
  • Front Suspension.
  • LED Headlight.
  • Front and Rear Disc Brakes.
  • Motor Safety Cut-off System.

 

Conclusion:

Like all electric bikes, these wonderful 2 wheeled marvels reap the rewards of overall savings on transportation. Plus being almost 100% maintenance free, the Go-Terminator is a well-thought-out and solid machine. Even if you don’t use this bike on the trails with the mud and dirt, all of those late buses and costly gas & insurance bills will be left behind as you pedal into a new day!

The Go-Terminator can be found at Ebikegeneration.com. Comes with a charger, NO sales tax, and for each purchase they donate $25 to the American Council On Renewable Energy. This council is a non-profit organization that supports green technology and forward minded thinking. When you buy your new Lynx Ultra, you are also buying into the cleaner future. Make sure to leave a comment below for any questions, insights, or experience with the Go-Power Bikes Go-Terminator!

Go Power Bikes Go-Terminator

$2499
4

Build Quality

4.4/5

Safety Options

3.9/5

Extras & Accessory Compatibility

3.8/5

Pros

  • Front Suspension.
  • Motor Safety Cut-off System
  • 1000W Rear Hub Motor

Cons

  • No included accessories.
  • No rear suspension.
  • More powerful motor consumes more energy = slightly less range than other E-Bikes.

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Rowan McLeod

Rowan founded Radical Electric Bikes in January of 2019 to guide fellow E-Bike riders, Scooter & Motorcycle enthusiasts, and first timers around the world about E-Bikes, gear and more!

Send Rowan tips & requests to rowan@radicalelectricbikes.com

4 Comments

  1. Reply

    Hey Rowan,
    great article! Very informative and an easy read! I don’t have an electrical bike, but this made me consider getting one… 😉
    I had no idea about the donation they make to the renewable energy council, which makes it just an even better buy to me!
    One question about this kind of bike: Is it like a phone, where you shouldn’t really charge it to full? I’ve heard that you’re not supposed to do this with a smartphone, cause it shortens its lifetime. Is it like this with a bike as well?

    Cheers,
    Joachim

    • Reply

      Hello Joachim!

      This is only the case if you charge it every day. With my Ebikes I only charge every few days after using them for my commute. Like a phone, it can only cycle so many times. So you can fullty charge it, while keeping the last time you charged it in mind.

      For long distance trips, I do recommend fully charging before leaving. It is better to have more power backed up if you need it. Some bikes are built in with a cycle counter. Most Lithium batteries will get 2000 – 5000 cycles @ 80% DoD (Depth of Discharge) vs lead acid batteries which only get 200 – 500 at 55% DoD. Here is a link to another one of our posts all about batteries if you would like to learn more!

      – Rowan @ Radical Electric Bikes

  2. Reply

    I love the idea of the electric bike. I have always been intrigued by the idea. It would be a great way to get around

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