Your e-bike is equipped with an LCD control display that monitors motor assist, speed, odometer, trip distance, riding time, and battery energy level. To turn the meter on, make sure the battery is charged in the e-bike.


Press the power on/off button on the button selector located near the left grip on the handlebars to turn the meter on. You can adjust the motor-assist power level by pressing the INCREASE MOTOR-ASSIST [+] button or DECREASE MOTOR-ASSIST [–] button.

When first riding your e-bike, you will notice that when the motor-assist function is activated, the motor will supply power when you pedal forward.

In motor-assist level “1”, you will get around 20% assistance of the maximum power of the motor. In level “3”, you will get 100% assistance of the motor’s power. When the monitor display is powered off, the bicycle will operate without motor assistance. The assistance level will reset when the bike and monitor are powered off. 

Experiment with the different levels of motor-assist to become familiar with how much power you want. You will need different levels of assistance for different riding conditions.

The bars of the battery charge indicator display the amount of power remaining in the battery. The more bars that are displayed, the more battery power available. When not riding the bike, you can turn off the meter by holding down the ON/OFF BUTTON for several seconds.


When the e-bike is not used for 5 consecutive minutes, the LCD control display and power supply will shut off automatically.


  1. Increase Pedal-Assist
  2. Power Button
  3. Decrease Pedal-Assist
  4. ODO: Odometer
  5. TRIP: Single Trip Distance
  6. Distance
  7. Miles
  8. KM / Kilometers
  9. Headlight
  10. Brake Error
  11. Engine Error
  12. Controller Error
  13. Switch Error
  14. Low Voltage
  15. Cruise
  16. Battery Indicator
  17. Speed
  18. MODE: Ride Assist Level