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First of all, great choice! The Bolzzen Atom Lite is an amazing Electric Scooter for those just starting out, or those just wanting to zip around short distances with ease. Here, we'll give you the low-down on most of the common questions relating to the Bolzzen Atom Lite.

Motor

You're going to be cruising around town thanks to a brushless 350W rear-hub motor with a peak power of 500W. Each Bolzzen Electric Scooter is configured with three gears. Similar to cars and motorbikes, the gears control the top speed of your Atom Lite. Unlike cars and motorbikes 100% of the torque and power is available in any gear. This means that when you pull the accelerator trigger, you will go with 100% of the Atom Lite's power.

Battery

Powering the Atom Lite is a 38V 8Ah Lithium Battery. This battery will come to you with some charge from the factory. However, we always recommend that before you take off on your first ride, you connect it to the charger and give it a good 12-hour charge - just to make sure there's enough juice to hit the full 30km range from the start.

Brakes

For the Atom Lite, there is a single rear drum brake to take care of stopping. Depending on your weight, height and the speed that you're traveling (25km/hr restricted, 35km/hr unrestricted), your braking distance will change. Before going on your first adventure, please find a safe place to test out your brakes to find out how long it'll take to stop you at varying speeds.

Protective Equipment

In most states and territories around Australia, you'll be required to wear a helmet that meets Australian Helmet Standards whilst riding your Atom Lite. A friendly bit of advice from Bolzzen is to also make sure you're always wearing flat, closed in shoes, long pants, a shirt with sleeves and good quality riding gloves.

Electric Scooters and Bikes are super fun, but at speeds 35km/hr+ your safety becomes a real issue. Ride safe, don't be a squid (hard head, soft body).

Downloads

You can download the official Owners Manual Here. It's kept up to date and was updated last in January 2022.

First of all, great choice! The Bolzzen Atom Pro is an amazing Electric Scooter for those just starting out, or those just wanting to zip around short distances with ease. Here, we'll give you the low-down on most of the common questions relating to the Bolzzen Atom Pro.

Motor

You're going to be cruising around town thanks to a brushless 500W rear-hub motor. Each Bolzzen Electric Scooter is configured with three gears. Similar to cars and motorbikes, the gears control the top speed of your Atom Pro. Unlike cars and motorbikes 100% of the torque and power is available in any gear. This means that when you pull the accelerator trigger, you will go with 100% of the Atom Pro's power.

Battery

Powering the Atom Pro is a 48V 13Ah Lithium Battery. This battery will come to you with some charge from the factory. However, we always recommend that before you take off on your first ride, you connect it to the charger and give it a good 12-hour charge - just to make sure there's enough juice to hit the full 60km range from the start.

Brakes

For the Atom Pro, there is a single rear drum brake to take care of stopping. Depending on your weight, height and the speed that you're traveling, your braking distance will change. Before going on your first adventure, please find a safe place to test out your brakes to find out how long it'll take to stop you at varying speeds.

Protective Equipment

In most states and territories around Australia, you'll be required to wear a helmet that meets Australian Helmet Standards whilst riding your Atom Pro. A friendly bit of advice from Bolzzen is to also make sure you're always wearing flat, closed in shoes, long pants, a shirt with sleeves and good quality riding gloves.

Electric Scooters and Bikes are super fun, but at speeds 35km/hr+ your safety becomes a real issue. Ride safe, don't be a squid (hard head, soft body).

Downloads

You can download the official Owners Manual Here. It's kept up to date and was updated last in January 2022.

First of all, great choice! The Bolzzen Magneto is an amazing Electric Scooter for those wanting to zip around with ease. Here, we'll give you the low-down on most of the common questions relating to the Bolzzen Magneto.

Motor

You're going to be cruising around town thanks to a brushless 600W rear-hub motor with a peak power of 1000W. Each Bolzzen Electric Scooter is configured with three gears. Similar to cars and motorbikes, the gears control the top speed of your Magneto. Unlike cars and motorbikes 100% of the torque and power is available in any gear. This means that when you pull the accelerator trigger, you will go with 100% of the Magneto's power.

Battery

Powering the Magneto is a 52V 18.2Ah Lithium Battery. This battery will come to you with some charge from the factory. However, we always recommend that before you take off on your first ride, you connect it to the charger and give it a good 12-hour charge - just to make sure there's enough juice to hit the full 90km range from the start.

Brakes

For the Magneto, you're equiped with Front Disc Brakes and Rear Drum Brakes to take care of stopping. Depending on your weight, height and the speed that you're traveling (25km/hr restricted, 35km/hr unrestricted), your braking distance will change. Before going on your first adventure, please find a safe place to test out your brakes to find out how long it'll take to stop you at varying speeds.

Protective Equipment

In most states and territories around Australia, you'll be required to wear a helmet that meets Australian Helmet Standards whilst riding your Magneto. A friendly bit of advice from Bolzzen is to also make sure you're always wearing flat, closed in shoes, long pants, a shirt with sleeves and good quality riding gloves.

Electric Scooters and Bikes are super fun, but at speeds 35km/hr+ your safety becomes a real issue. Ride safe, don't be a squid (hard head, soft body).

Downloads

You can download the official Owners Manual Here. It's kept up to date and was updated last in January 2022.

The Bolzzen Commando has got to be one of the most anticipated and talked about Electric Scooters under $2,000. So, well done on your purchase! Here, we'll give you the low-down on most of the common questions relating to the Bolzzen Commando.

Motor

You're going to be cruising around town thanks to dual brushless 800W motors with a 50A Sine Wave Controller. Each Bolzzen Electric Scooter is configured with three gears. Similar to cars and motorbikes, the gears control the top speed of your Bolzzen Commando. Unlike cars and motorbikes 100% of the torque and power is available in any gear. This means that when you pull the accelerator trigger, you will go with 100% of the Commando's power.

Battery

Powering the Commando is a 48V 26Ah Lithium Battery with 5th Generation BMS. This battery will come to you with some charge from the factory. However, we always recommend that before you take off on your first ride, you connect it to the charger and give it a good 12-hour charge - just to make sure there's enough juice to hit the full 70km range from the start.

Brakes

Coming standard on the Commando's are front and rear Hydraulic Brakes to take care of stopping. Depending on your weight, height and the speed that you're traveling (25km/hr restricted, 65km/hr unrestricted), your braking distance will change. Before going on your first adventure, please find a safe place to test out your brakes to find out how long it'll take to stop you at varying speeds.

Protective Equipment

In most states and territories around Australia, you'll be required to wear a helmet that meets Australian Helmet Standards whilst riding your Commando. A friendly bit of advice from Bolzzen is to also make sure you're always wearing flat, closed in shoes, long pants, a shirt with sleeves and good quality riding gloves.

Electric Scooters and Bikes are super fun, but at speeds 35km/hr+ your safety becomes a real issue. Ride safe, don't be a squid (hard head, soft body).

Downloads

You can download the official Owners Manual Here. It's kept up to date and was updated last in April 2022.

First of all, great choice! The Bolzzen Gladiator is an amazing Electric Scooter for those wanting to travel long distances, troublesome terrain, or those just wanting to have some serious fun! Here, we'll give you the low-down on most of the common questions relating to the Bolzzen Gladiator.

Motor

Depending on the edition you got (5218, 6021), you'll be powered by either dual 1200W motors, or dual 1000W motors producing up to 4000W peak power.  Each Bolzzen Electric Scooter is configured with three gears. Similar to cars and motorbikes, the gears control the top speed of your Gladiator. Unlike cars and motorbikes 100% of the torque and power is available in any gear. This means that when you pull the accelerator trigger, you will go with 100% of the Gladiator's power.

Battery

Again, depending on your model, you're either going to be packing a 52V 18Ah, or 60V 21Ah Lithium Battery. This battery will come to you with some charge from the factory. However, we always recommend that before you take off on your first ride, you connect it to the charger and give it a good 12-hour charge - just to make sure there's enough juice to hit the full 85km range from the start.

Brakes

For either of the Bolzzen Gladiator models, you're running front and rear Zoom Hydraulic brakes for superior stopping power.

Depending on your weight, height and the speed that you're traveling, your braking distance will change. Before going on your first adventure, please find a safe place to test out your brakes to find out how long it'll take to stop you at varying speeds.

Protective Equipment

In most states and territories around Australia, you'll be required to wear a helmet that meets Australian Helmet Standards whilst riding your Gladiator. A friendly bit of advice from Bolzzen is to also make sure you're always wearing flat, closed in shoes, long pants, a shirt with sleeves and good quality riding gloves.

Electric Scooters and Bikes are super fun, but at speeds 35km/hr+ your safety becomes a real issue. Ride safe, don't be a squid (hard head, soft body).

Downloads

You can download the official Owners Manual Here. It's kept up to date and was updated last in January 2022.

POPULAR QUESTIONS

This answer depends very heavily on your location. Each State and Territory in Australia has their own regulations and laws. Please have a look at your home state or territories applicable laws involving Electric Bikes and Electric Scooters.

You can easily see the specifications of your Bolzzen Electric Bike or Electric Scooter on their individual product page. You can find them here.

You can easily see the technical information of your Bolzzen Electric Bike or Electric Scooter on their individual product page. You can find them here.

Each Bolzzen Electric Scooter has a series of videos on our YouTube channel that take you through the setup steps and process to get you going as quickly, and safely as possible! You can check them out here.

Each Bolzzen product comes with a Warranty period. Please refer to your owners manual for the specific Warranty conditions. In the event of an issue, please contact us directly, or the dealer you purchased your Bolzzen Electric Scooter from initially.

Every part of your Bolzzen product is covered under Warranty, except of course consumables, like brake pads, tyre wear etc. Any functional issue or fault is something that we’d like to know about so we can sort it out for you.

Certain modifications are welcomed! After all, this is your Electric Scooter, or Electric Bike! Any change or modification to the battery, brakes, motor or wiring will, however, void warranty and could cause serious damage to the product and injury to yourself.

Unfortunately, at this time, Warranty is not transferrable.

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