Why should you go for a front hub motor?

Why should you go for a front hub motor?

95% of our customers choose front hub motor because it’s easy to install and maintain. Front hub motors perform better on slippery roads and even on snow. 
Compared to a rear hub motor, you’ll save the headache of visiting a bike mechanic to place in spacers and the derailleur adjustment. 
Our 350w and 500W geared hub motors are only 2.7kg and 3.3kg. There is also no gyro effect on the handling; unlike direct hub motors which are bigger and heavier. We have up to 9spd freewheels in stock. You can order us the rear wheel with the freewheel of same number of speed. (freewheel price is extra)

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