BikeOn is designed to be compatible with most standard bicycles with gear size of between 25 and 36 teeth. Currently BikeOn is not compatible with BMX and other single gear bicycles (fixies), Brompton and other folding bicycles, bicycles with belt drives, internal gear hubs and bicycles with a chain guard.
If your bicycles have the same size of the largest sprocket on your cassette, you can use your BikeOn with any of them. If your bicycles have different sizes of the largest sprocket on the cassette, you can purchase an additional rotor and easily interchange them between the bicycles. Check out a video with instructions on how to change the rotor.
BikeOn is designed as an integrated system and is not intended to be disassembled or modified by the user. Altering or changing any components of BikeOn may affect its performance, safety, and will void the warranty. We recommend using BikeOn as it comes to ensure the best and safest experience.
No, you do not need any tools to install or remove BikeOn from a bicycle. It features a tool-free installation and removal, making it convenient and easy to use. Simply follow the provided instructions to attach or detach BikeOn from your bicycle quickly and hassle-free.
BikeOn interacts with the most reliable and sturdy bicycle parts - rear wheel gear (sprocket) and the frame. Thus there is no wear of any bicycle parts with BikeOn usage.
No, as explained previously, BikeOn does not wear out any bicycle parts. The lifespan of the tires will not change due to BikeOn usage.
BikeOn occupies some space on your cassette, therefore you may lose several gears in exchange for a high torque electric drive.