Unlike many e-bikes, Rhinos have three ride modes: throttle-only, pedal-assist, and pedal-only (with 7-speeds). All of them are really easy to use and you can switch between them on the go depending on the terrain, your energy levels, and how much battery you have left!
No pedaling required! Just use the thumb throttle on its own when you want to take a break and enjoy the ride. Depending on the terrain, you can reach a maximum speed of 20mph.
Just remember, the more you use the throttle, the fewer miles you’ll get on a single battery charge.
It’s like pedalling with an extra push or boost of energy. When you turn on pedal assist, you can choose your level of assist and the motor will provide a corresponding amount of power output as you pedal.
If you’ve unlocked your bike to a Class 3, the motor will stop giving you assistance when you reach 28mph. In pedal-assist you can also use your 7-speed gears to further tailor your riding experience.
Pedal-only with gears
It’s like a normal bike as you’ll be riding without any assistance from the motor. This mode is especially useful if you run out of battery or are looking for some serious resistance training.
Rhinos come with 7-speeds to help you gear up or gear down depending on the terrain.