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The electric bike speed controller sends signals to the bike's motor hub in various voltages. These signals detect the direction of a rotor relative to the starter coil. The proper function of a speed control depends on the employment of various mechanisms. Once you understand the basics of your electric bike speed controller, you can easily shift between the two modes of operation -- manual pedaling and electric driven. This allows you to get a good workout without overly taxing your muscles and lungs. If you're a beginning cyclist, for instance, you might find yourself breathless during uphill climbs.
You can switch to your electric speed control while climbing hills, gradually reducing your dependence on the electronic operation as your endurance increases. If you enjoy biking with family and friends, the ability to switch to electric speed controls can help ensure a comfortable ride for everyone, regardless of differing abilities and strengths. Electric bikes don't produce gas emissions or noises. The top speed of an electric bike is limited to 20 mph so it reduces the chances of accident and serious injuries of the riders as compared to manually operated bikes. An electric bike costs less to operate than other fuel-powered vehicles.