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CPX Range with two batteries 🙂  


Javi
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 Javi
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As all you know, the CPX can be used with a single or with two batteries. I bought it with a couple of batteries. The announced range with two batteries is about 140 km with a 75 kg driver and at 45 kmph. Well I will tell you my experience.

When you insert two batteries, the CPX starts using one battery until it reaches the 20% (using only one battery at 20% the bike reminds you to recharge it). Then it starts using the 2nd battery.

Today I reached the 20% in the second battery. Millage? 103 kms!! That is really nice since I used the bike always at mode 3 (let's call it "sport") and I drive about 3/4 in the city and 1/4 in a short motorway or national road. My town is not flat and it has many hills.

I am really happy with the millage. If you drive flat and slow I think it is easy to go beyond those 140 kms.

 

From Spain... Javi

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Mazingetter
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Wow that's really amazing! what is the CPx top speed (or what is the top speed that you are reaching while driving in real world conditions)? I believe it has a more powerful engine compared to the TCmax. 

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Javi
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On the display, and driving in a flat road, it is easy to reach 90 kmph. It is limited to those 90 kmph. I will compare it with GPS measurements 😉

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LazyBear
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I have the CPX with just one battery, and my first experience is rather good : On my standard daily trip (bringing my kid to school then going to my office, and back in the evening), I'm driving 35km (with 50% expressways at 70km/h and 50% city center in traffic), my weigh is around 85kg and my son's 40kg, the air temperature between 10-15°C. At the end of the day, the battery is at 50%, which means it could go over 50km before reaching the 20% mark. There are also a couple of steep slopes on the way, so it's rather good, and I guess that if I was alone, on a flat road and a 45km/h limit, I could increase this range significantly.

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