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Description

Bridges generally refer to structures erected on rivers, lakes and seas to enable vehicles, pedestrians, etc. to pass smoothly. In order to adapt to the rapid development of modern transportation industry, bridges are also extended to buildings built to make traffic more convenient across mountain streams, unfavorable geology or to meet other traffic needs.

Parameters
Frame materials alloy
Battery 36V 7.8AH
Motor 250W 8FUN rear hub motor
Connection line Waterproof materials and wire
Brake lever Aluminum alloy brake lever with cut-off materials switch
brake TEKTRO mechanical disc brake
Tire KENDA 20''×2.125
Rim Anodized rims
Handle bar Aluminum alloy
Front fork Rigid, aluminum materials front fork
Highest materials 32km/h
Riding distance 50-60km with PAS (power materials system)
Charge time 4-6H
Weight 17.2kg
application
  • 1. Bridges are generally composedBridges are generally composed of upper structures, lower structures, supports and ancillary structures. The upper structures, also known as bridge span structures, are the main structures for crossing obstacles. The lower structures include abutments, piers and foundations. The supports are force transfer devices for bridge span structures and piers or abutments. The ancillary structures refer to bridge abutment slabs, conical slope protection, bank protection, diversion works, etc.

  • 2. Bridges are generally composedBridges are generally composed of upper structures, lower structures, supports and ancillary structures. The upper structures, also known as bridge span structures, are the main structures for crossing obstacles. The lower structures include abutments, piers and foundations. The supports are force transfer devices for bridge span structures and piers or abutments. The ancillary structures refer to bridge abutment slabs, conical slope protection, bank protection, diversion works, etc.

  • 3. Bridges are generally composedBridges are generally composed of upper structures, lower structures, supports and ancillary structures. The upper structures, also known as bridge span structures, are the main structures for crossing obstacles. The lower structures include abutments, piers and foundations. The supports are force transfer devices for bridge span structures and piers or abutments. The ancillary structures refer to bridge abutment slabs, conical slope protection, bank protection, diversion works, etc.

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