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The Benelli Prègo is an electric city bike with Shimano gears. It features a 250 watt centre motor that has a large torque. There are both front and rear disc brakes for excellent braking. It has pedal assist up to 25km/h. It has a relaxed step through frame for an easy riding experience.
Q: How do you adjust the electric pedal assistance?
A: In manual shift mode, on the controller – short press the “+” or “-” button.
Lowest gear is 1, highest is gear 3. The default is gear is gear 1 when the meter is turned on. 0 means neutral gear without power assistance.
Q: How do you slow down and brake on the Prègo?
A: First, stop pedaling, then release the throttle and apply the brake by squeezing the brake lever on the left.
Q: How do the lights work?
A:Long press the “+” button for 1 second, the system turns on the lights (supported by the controller) and switches to display day/night modes. Long press the “+” button for 1 second again, the system turns off the lights and switches the display mode.
Q:How many speeds modes are there on the Prègo?
A:Three modes available.
Q: How far can you go on a Prègo?
A: Up to 90km.
Q: How heavy is a Prègo?
Q: What is the recommended age for riding the Prègo?
Q: What is the load of the Prègo?
Q: How long does it take to charge a Prègo?
A: Charging time depends on the battery status; it takes up to 8 hour for a full charge from zero percent.
Q: How fast can a Prègo go? *under good road condition and good weather condition