700 Series Battery

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32 reviews

PLEASE VERIFY IF YOU HAVE 18650 OR 21700 CELLS BEFORE ORDERING. THEY ARE NOT CROSS-COMPATIBLE. 
Reention Rhino replacement or backup battery for most Ride1UP 700 Series frame.  April 2022, most models have switched to 21700 cells. Do not buy this battery for a different brand bike. This is a 48V, 13.4AH battery using Yiwei Lithium Energy 18650 cells in a 13S6P formation.

This is for the battery only and does not include housing, charger, or the extra set of keys. This battery will fit into your existing 700 series bike without any changes needed

*Batteries are not eligible for returns*

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Gary I.

No more range Anxiety , EVER!

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Gary I.

No more range Anxiety , EVER!

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Matthew

Took them to Panama City Beach, Florida and stayed in an Air bnb for a week and also lost 7 pounds. They have nice size Bike Lanes along the Ocean and have some trails I would recommend called Gayle's Trails. They are currently extending the paved bike bath. Because I'm mechanically challenged, I took them to a Bike shop for assembly. It was 75 dollars per bike. As far as range, our longest ride was 40 miles. The Battery had some juice left. We rode on level 2 for about 20 miles. I would say we averaged about 13-15 mph on level 2. When we were on the road bike path we were on level 3 and 4 we averaged 18-22 mph. I would estimate we were on 3-4 for 15 miles). We rode on level 5 for about 5 miles and hit 24-28 mph. We are definitely going back next year to ride the new trails. January and February are great times to ride there. The weather was 55- 75 degrees. We got a great rate on the Air bnb because it was off peak.

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Matthew

Took them to Panama City Beach, Florida and stayed in an Air bnb for a week and also lost 7 pounds. They have nice size Bike Lanes along the Ocean and have some trails I would recommend called Gayle's Trails. They are currently extending the paved bike bath. Because I'm mechanically challenged, I took them to a Bike shop for assembly. It was 75 dollars per bike. As far as range, our longest ride was 40 miles. The Battery had some juice left. We rode on level 2 for about 20 miles. I would say we averaged about 13-15 mph on level 2. When we were on the road bike path we were on level 3 and 4 we averaged 18-22 mph. I would estimate we were on 3-4 for 15 miles). We rode on level 5 for about 5 miles and hit 24-28 mph. We are definitely going back next year to ride the new trails. January and February are great times to ride there. The weather was 55- 75 degrees. We got a great rate on the Air bnb because it was off peak.

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Michael Palmer

Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I'm currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it's working out so far. I've completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could've used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That's why I'll need a third battery if I'm to continue next time around.

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Michael Palmer

Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I'm currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it's working out so far. I've completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could've used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That's why I'll need a third battery if I'm to continue next time around.

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Michael Palmer

Battery life on my 700 series is superior to what my Rad Rover provides. Check out my pic. I'm currently trekking the Blue Ridge Parkway (which is a beast), but it's working out so far. I've completed 150 round trip miles so far. I started in Cherokee, NC at the South entrance and rode up to the highest elevation of 6,053 feet (Richland Balsam Overlook) and back. It took me 2 days and 4 batteries to complete. I have two batteries that I had to recharge each day, but I could've used one more battery. I plan to purchase a third battery for my next 75 mile trek. I used setting 3 and 4 out of 5 for the 7 mile uphill battles averaging a speed of 6-8 mph, and I gave the motor and myself around a 10 minute break at every overlook along the way up each climb. Going downhill it seemed my batteries recharged around 15% each descent and I averaged 32-38 mph. It was absolutely brutal on the uphill climbs at setting 3 and bearable at 4, but to run at mode 4 all the way up those 7 mile climbs will definitely eat up your battery life in under 25 miles. That's why I'll need a third battery if I'm to continue next time around.

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  1. KURT GLATHAR

    Hi, I have over 2000 on my 700 series. The bike is smooth and well-built, the battery is still going strong.

    2 months ago
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    • Ride1Up

      That sounds like some great mileage, thank you Kurt.

      2 months ago
  2. Mike M.

    Haven’t needed it yet, but if I do, I have it.

    5 months ago
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  3. David P.

    Ordered a 2nd battery because so towns are out of my current battery range here in VT so in order to increase my riding experience I ordered another. I’m quite happy with my 700 series and it’s peformace.

    7 months ago
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  4. Stan

    good battery, lasts around 1700 miles

    7 months ago
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  5. Douglas Jones

    Good battery but awkward position. Would be better with removal from top instead of from below.

    7 months ago
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  6. John Rieser

    Came early. Battery was a perfect fit.
    Thank you

    9 months ago
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