Falco eMotors

e5.3 500W/400Wh eBike System

$1,795.00
SKU: e5.3
Lead Time: 1-4 Weeks (All wheels are hand-built in the US)
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Falco e5.3 is a 500W, 417Wh, 36V, 11.6Ah eBike system. This system transforms any bike into a smart outdoor hybrid eBike or eTrike. It combines Zero Carbon high-speed bicycle commuting and recreation into one core direct drive technology with tremendous benefits to the end user. The e5.3 system delivers a huge range and can achieve speeds of up to 28 mph. With its lightweight lithium batteries mounted to the frame, a rider experiences unprecedented power in the ride.

 

e5.1 SPECS

Speed

28mph (speed pedelec) 20mph(US)/15mph(EU)

Power (nominal)

500W

Range

70mi/112km(L1 Assist) 50mi/80km (L3 Assist)

Wheel Sizes

700c, 29in, 650B, 26in, 24in, 20in

Motor

5 Phase, Falco eDrive Zero Freewheel Resistance

Drive Train Options

1/7/8/9/10 Speed

Motor Weight

5.9kg/13lbs

Brake Type

Optional Regenerative Brake/Rim Brake and Disc Brake Compatible

Max Torque

40Nm

Bicycle Dropout

135mm Vertical or Horizontal

Battery

400Wh Li-ion 36V, 11.6Ah Rear Rack Type

Wireless Connectivity

ANT+

Charge Time

4 hours (75%) 6 hours (100%)

Smartphone

Android

Battery Weight

2.5 kg/ 5.5 lbs

Device OS

Mac, Windows

Throttle Compatibility

Thumb and Twist

App

Falco Flash

Falco e5.3 consists of four main components:


1. An electric wheel: It is an entirely built electric wheel with rim and spokes. Ready to drop into your frame. It includes an ANT+ Module. Tire, tube and disc brake are not included. They will need to be mounted separately.
2. A Lithium battery: 400Wh Lithium battery with the top of the line Panasonic cells. Ready to mount to your favorite bike. It includes a charger.
3. A wireless console including plus minus controls: e5.1 ebike system is shipped with the Hxd wireless console including plus minus controls and console charger. 
4. Choice of thumb or twist throttle: A throttle is available. You have an option to choose between a thumb or twist throttle.

TECHNOLOGY BEHIND FALCO e5.3

Falco e5.3 eBike system is driven by our pure passion for cycling. The main components of Falco e5.3 are:

  1. 1.     Patented five-phase motor technology;
  • o    Zero free-wheeling resistance;
  • o    40% more power delivery than a three-phase motor;
  • o    High efficiency commuting;
  • o    High efficiency regeneration.
  1. 2.     Wireless Operation;
  • o    Cables are messy;
  • o    Cables are unreliable;
  1. 3.     ANT+ Technology Integration
  • o    ANT+ offers a remarkable eco-system to enhance our cycling experience;

WHY HAVE A FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY ON FALCO eMOTORS?

A sound investment should last for a long time. Utmost reliability and performance dictate Falco's direct drive technology. We want our customers to experience not only the ultimate performance and reliability but also the comfort of owning a world class eBike system.

 

Customer Reviews (3)

Can not get enough of this

I have now been riding my Falco for six months. The ride experience has been quite good. I have a HP Velotechnic and I have been using it for a number of long rides. So far the battery range has been 60+ miles. I have two batteries and I do not want to take a chance with just a single battery. I can say Falco is the best option when it comes to electric assist. Gerald pete

Great Kit! Clean to Install

Great kit. Very clean to install with minimal wires showing. Works very smoothly and quietly. Had some problems initially with the quality control but after some perseverance with Rakesh and Cameron over at Falco, we got it working exactly the way I wanted it. I am very happy with my purchase now, and I have two friends who after riding it, want one for themselves. I'm so happy I went for it. I ride so much more often now that I can go anywhere. I ride to work, to the gym, on errands, anywhere I would normally drive. It's been a life changer for me. I love it and I'm getting a great tan. Barry Barnett

77 Mile on a Single Charge

I did my 77-mile ride today (2200 ft. of climbing), and didn’t change to my spare until 72 miles!!! It hadn’t exhausted at that point, but the final 5 miles had lots of climbing and I didn’t want to risk getting stranded during a climb. At the 72 mile point I had averaged 12 mph and had climbed 1900 ft. That is the farthest I have ever gone on one battery. Wally Hertler
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