Roadkiller Ultra Model Electric Cycle
|AGE GROUP||15+ Years|
|FRONT BRAKE||Disc Brake|
|REAR BRAKE||Disc Brake|
|FRAME MATERIAL||Steel Cycle/Mild steel Cycle|
|BATTERY||36 V Lithium-Ion Battery|
|BATTERY CHARGING TIME||3 hours|
|RANGE||Up to 25 KM|
|TIRE SIZE||26 inches|
|FRAME SIZE||16 inch|
|FREE DELIVERY||Within 2-7 days based on your pin code|
|WARRANTY & REPLACEMENT||1 Year Warranty(Extendable) & 10 Days Replacement (* T&C Applied)|
Frequently Asked Questions
- Get a high-quality bike lock. Cable locks are way too easy to cut. High-quality u-bolts and folding locks are better.
- If you are parking your bike in your garage, lock your garage. It’s probably the #1 location we’ve seen bikes get stolen from.
- When in public, lock your bike in a visible location.
Charging, Batteries & Range
- Mechanical parts are the same parts that you’ll see on non-electric bikes. Servicing mechanical parts can be performed at any bike shop.
- You might find that your bike parts might wear a little faster than on a non-electric bike – especially brake pads, chains, cogs and tires. But that’s because most people put many more miles on their e-bike.
- There is some basic maintenance that you can do on your own, like keeping your tires properly inflated and lubricating your chain. For some basic bike maintenance tips, check out our recommended maintenance videos.
- The electrical parts don’t require any maintenance. If you do run into a problem with an electrical part, you’ll want to go to a shop that has some expertise in servicing e-bikes.
- While not really a maintenance task, you do want to make sure that the battery keeps some charge in it. If you don’t, it might discharge to a point so low that you can’t charge it anymore, thus killing your battery – an expensive mistake to make.