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6 Ways to Maintain Your Rambo E-Bikes

E-bikes are great for exercise, leisure, and simply having fun. They have grown in popularity due to being able to help people commute around town or their cities, allowing them to easily get away from the city without having to rely on public transportation. Riding your e-bike can be a lot of fun, but only if it’s the right one for you. The Rambo Electric Bike is currently the best and most fun electric bike available.

However, riding an e-bike can also be a considerable amount of work. You must not only pedal but also keep watch of everything else to keep it in good working order. Your e-bike is a complex machine that takes time and effort to maintain. Therefore, it’s important to get to know your bike well before taking it out for a ride. Before you buy an e-bike, take a look at this list of the best e-bikes. Following the instructions that came with your bike, you should take it in for regular tune-ups at your local shop.

If you are thinking about buying an e-bike, or have recently purchased one, we’re sure you are looking to learn how to maintain it for the best performance possible. And if you are looking for help with this, this piece is here to lend you a hand!

Here Are the Best Ways to Maintain Your E-Bikes

1) Get the Specifics: Read up on the e-bike maintenance specifics of an electric bike.

2) Service the bike regularly: Follow the recommended timing of e-bike maintenance. Modern bicycles require much less service than the old clunkers we rode in the ’70s and ’80s. However, routine servicing can extend the life of your expensive e-bike and even avoid future repairs. Giving your e-bike to the shop is also a good idea because an expert will be able to correct any problems and set you up with reliable accessories for longer trips.

3) Clean and grease the chain regularly: Clean and grease all the gears regularly. Adjust your gear before each ride. Clean the chain often, dirt can damage the motor or gearbox. now how to use a torque wrench and know how to use a chain breaker.  Test ride your bike after a makeover.

4) Oiling is a must: Once you check the tire pressure, make sure all bolts are tight. Also, tune up our drive chains to ensure that they work smoothly, and oil your chainrings and derailleurs to keep them quiet.

5) Check your tires: Have tires with good puncture resistance and high PSI. Bike tires are vital to ride your e-bike efficiently. Make sure to check if it can withstand hard ride and ground conditions. Also, check your tire pressure regularly.

6) Charge the e-bike: Charge it after every use as a low battery can trigger safety hazards. Make sure you use the right charger and keep in mind that the reverse charge mode hurts the battery

Here at Beachside Bikes, we are passionate about electric bikes. We love riding them and we love selling them. We’ve put together this guide to help with the maintenance of your e-bikes. Come down to our retail store or shop online for the latest e-bikes.

New Ebikes for 2021

For 2021, Beachside Electric Bikes is pleased to announce 3 NEW models of 1000W E-Bikes, Rambo Megatron, Rambo Prowler & Rambo Venom and a NEW 750W E-Bike Model Rambo Rooster. For more details be sure to visit the links below:

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Just want to say thanks for building badass bikes and carts that have totally changed the way we hunt. We use the bike for everything! Pre season scouting, prepping, checking camera, in season scouting, to and from stand locations, as well as last minute adjustments. We are doing all this more efficeently an most importantly all in stealth. Only bad thing about having a Ramo is… you’ll wish you had two of them!
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