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Aseako Tourney

Aseako Tourney Questions & Answers

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7 questions from our users

Kev

Kevasked

Tourney

What is the charging system, and how long to cherge?
What is the weight of a Tourney?

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Peter
Peter

It's a standard 12v battery charger that takes around 2 hours to fully charge the 10 amp battery.
The Tourney weighs in at a hefty 28 kg with the battery.
I have one and for the price it is a very good bike, except that I can only get a range of about 20kms out of one charge.

Sean L-C

Sean L-Casked

Tourney

Anybody in the wider adelaide region have an Aseako Tourney or Rossi or Zoco in a large frame. I just want to have a look to see if it is too small for me at 6ft3 inches and 120kg. Thanks, Sean (in Athelstone but willing to travel.)

2 answers
PhilD
PhilD

Looking at the sizes in height length there is only a slight difference with seat adjustment you could ride either check on Aseako web site under specs

AlanB
AlanB

I'm in Melbourne and am 6'4" and put a long seat pole on the Tourney and it's a good fit. Bigger wheels would be good but it does the job pretty well as is.

Berty

Bertyasked

Tourney

Can’t seem to find this magnet on my spokes could it be somewhere else on bike?

2 answers
Aseako
Brett R.Aseako

Hi Berty,
Thanks for your question. I assume you are referring to the speed sensor magnet. It is always either on one of the front or rear spokes depending on he model but that is the only place it can be unless it has fallen off.
If you need any furtehr assistance it is best to contact us direct at support@aseakoelectricbikes.com.au so we can assist more specifically.
Regards

Squires
Squires

Hi Berty there is a speed sensor & magnet on the rear wheel to limit the speed to no more than 25 KMPH other sensor & magnets are on the LH crack pedal shaft to give pedal assisted power..
Regards David.....

Greg Lindfield

Greg Lindfieldasked

Tourney

I am looking to disable the speed limiter on my aseako tourney electric bike but I can't find any info on how to or where it is on the bike, any help?

1 answer
Aseako
Brett R.Aseako

Hi Greg,
I believe we answered this question direct to your other email enquiry but for others who may be interested here is the answer:
"To put the bike into 'off-road' mode, locate the magnet that is on one of the spokes on either the from or most likely rear wheel. This magnet is pick up by a sensor that is mounted on the frame. If the sensor cannot pick up the magnet because it has been either turned around or moved along the spoke, then speed management is disengaged and you are in off-road mode.
Of course, in off-road mode the bike is not legal to ride on public roads or bike paths."

Trust this assists.
Aseako Electric Bikes

Treecrest

Treecrestasked

Tourney

is there a serial number on the frame of the bike? I just wanted to record it for insurance purposes...

2 answers
Colo42
Colo42

check with Brett at Aseako phone 1300559976

Aseako
Brett R.Aseako

Hi, thanks for your question.

The best way to get any support on our bikes is to contact us direct on 1300 55 99 76 or email us at support@aseakoelectricbikes.com.au or use the contact page on our website www.aseakoelectricbikes.com.au

To answer your question, yes, there is a serial number on the frame. It is stamped into the frame facing forward of the bike in the section that the front fork and handlebar fits into. There is also a seperate serial number for the battery on he battery itself.

Trust this helps.
Brett
Aseako Electric Bikes

Mary

Maryasked

Tourney

Bike is to big can battery behind seat be moved a little so as to adjust seat?
Aseako

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Colo42
Colo42

Not sure what you mean but there is 7cm clearance from back of seat to front of battery. There is about 2cm adjustment in the seat itself that would allow the seat to move back toward the battery. Suggest contact Brett at Aseako on 1300559976 he is the supplier and very helpful.

Aseako
Brett R.Aseako

Hi, thanks for your question. If you have a large frame Tourney, there may be some further adjustment possible to lower the seat further than standard by way of a change to the seat bracket. Best to give us a call direct at Aseako on 1300 559976 and we can work through the options with you. Have a great day!

Mary
Mary

Thank you all for your help regarding seat height on tourney .much appreciated...Yes Brett is most helpful too Thank you Brett. Mary

jack

jackasked

Tourney

Why is the throttle on the Aseako on the left, all motor bikes have throttles on the right, and also some other makes of ebikes?

3 answers
Aseako
Brett R.Aseako

The gear selector is on the right so we cant put the throttle on the RHS - thats the only reason.

Ian MacDougall
Ian MacDougall

As Aseako said: The gear selector is on the right so they can't put the throttle on the RHS.
I ride a motorbike as well, and you get used to it. The first five years are the hardest - I mean the first five minutes.

jack
jack

some other brands of ebikes have throttle and gear lever on the right side, why can't Aseako, as it is more natural after riding quad and motor bikes, and I like the set up of the Aseako's motor through the gears but the throttle discouraged me.

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