Rhino’s controller is its built-in computer. It manages the motor, the Pedal Assist System (PAS), the throttle, the power from the battery, and more.
The main way to interact with the controller is via the keypad on the left-hand handlebar. It links to a really big display that sits between the handlebars, where you can see all of your latest stats such as how fast you're going, how much battery you have left, how far you've gone, and more.
Using the Keypad
- The red power button: Press and hold to turn the bike on/off. Once on, press once to turn the headlight on or off.
- The + and - PAS buttons: While stationary or as you ride, press + to move up through the PAS levels or - to move down through the PAS levels.
- The M button: Press and hold to access the unlock area of the controller or press once to turn the USB port on or off.
- The USB port: Located underneath the keypad behind a rubber cover, the USB port can be used for charging your phone or ZuGo’s Siren Alarm.