zlymex Posted June 20, 2017 Share Posted June 20, 2017 I planned this trip long time ago after I rode 70km without break(except stopped briefly for red lights) nearly two years ago. This time, I created a route with least traffic lights and start the trip early in the morning to avoid traffic. Yes, none stop means no step my foot off the pedals during the 100km trip. I didn't planned this at first, only because I was lucky that all the traffic lights come across were all green, and I was not very tired. This trial trip is necessary for me to ride longer trip both for physical and EUC endurance. Vehicle: Gotway Msuper3s+ Internal battery: 1560Wh(1600Wh according to Gotway) External battery 1: 780Wh(60 cells of LG INR18650MJ1, 3.5Ah each) External battery 2: 260Wh(20 cells of Sanyo/Panasonic NCR18650GA, same as internal ones) Total battery capacity: 2600Wh Protection: standard motorcycle suit Trip start time: 05:54:01 Trip end time: 08:59:01 Total mileage: 100.08km Total duration: 03:05:00 Motion duration: 03:05:00 Average speed: 32.46km/h Total ascend: 801m Xingzhe record: 26946089 ( http://www.imxingzhe.com/xing/27022635/ ) (scroll to magnify, click ‘卫星图像’ for Google satellite view, click ‘导出’ to download GPX file) Speed and Altitude graph: Wheelog record: Video clips: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjgzNTQ5NzUyOA==.html Battery voltage after ride: 69.39V (3.47V per cell) Battery remains: 27% Battery consumed: 1942Wh Battery efficiency: 19.4Wh/km Average battery output power 630W Average battery output current 8.5A Charge after ride Charger: 84V 10A and 84V 4.1A Time to charge to 85%: 1h30m Time to charge to 95%: 2h10m Experience --riding 100km none stop is possible but difficult --better to take a break for each 30km ride for long trip --fast ride or ride against the wind consume more battery per km --carry fast charger is necessary for long trip of 100km or more. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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