First you must unlock the top speed by making sure you set the limit to max settings. Example: For Engine-X/Pro/L20/P26 the LS setting needs to be set to 60kmh in the setting screen (see video). 1. Battery Level: Make sure your battery is fully charged. Low battery levels can result in reduced motor power and, consequently, lower top speeds.
2. Motor Settings: Check if your ebike has different pedal-assist levels or a throttle mode. Ensure that you are using the appropriate setting to achieve the maximum speed.
3.Terrain: Riding on hilly or rough terrain can impact your ebike's top speed as it requires more power to overcome obstacles and inclines.
4.Rider Weight: Heavier riders may experience slightly lower top speeds due to increased load on the motor and battery.
5. Wind Resistance: Strong headwinds can reduce your ebike's speed as it requires more power to ride against the wind.
6.Tire Pressure: Ensure that your tires are adequately inflated. Proper tire pressure optimizes rolling resistance and efficiency, which can impact your top speed.