The reference ! Pioneer of mountain bike kits since 2010 the Freeride OZO kit has all the improvements that you can expect from an intensive
mountain bike kit. Robust motor and rim, waterproof connector, color display 9 modes, optimized mapping,
if you want to ride in the most extreme conditions, it’s this kit !
The "Freerider" motor is a reduced motor with reinforced epicyclic gear and internal freewheel. This allows you to have a lot of torque and great ease in pedaling since the motor is completely disengaged when it is not powered ... You then pedal as on a traditional bicycle without the motor braking you.
The cassette body is compatible with Shimano and Sram 9 and 10 speed cassettes. If your bike is equipped with a 7 or 8 speed cassette, you will need to add cassette spacers.
The "Freerider" motor is supplied with lock washers which will allow you to center the wheel in your frame. It can be installed on all traditional frames equipped with a rear axle with 135mm center distance.
You can screw your standard 6-hole brake disc onto the motor. For bikes equipped with pad brakes, don't forget to order a rim with planed edges like the KLIXX.
With your kit you receive a complete drive wheel. All our wheels are carefully radiated in our workshop by enthusiasts: spoke tension, centering, runout and runout, everything is checked before shipment.
The 36 spokes are made of stainless steel, 2.3mm in diameter, made in France.
For “committed” uses, we advise you to choose a rack on a mountain bike rim such as the KLIXX or the MAD. These French-made rims will allow you to use your kit in all conditions.
For bikes fitted with pad brakes, choose a rim with planed edges like the Mach1 KLIXX.
The 22A controller comes with a completely waterproof Julet connector which is very easy to install. Each connector has a key, you have no risk of making a mistake.
This controller is only compatible with OZO frame batteries
All connectors are waterproof and have visual keying. You can't go wrong when plugging in.
A single cable goes up from the engine to the handlebars to connect the various accessories:
2 Red connectors for brake cuts
1 Green connector for the control screen on the handlebars (display)
1 yellow connector for the accelerator (optional)
The "frame" batteries are to be installed in place of the bottle holder on the frame of the bicycle. If your bike does not have an attachment for the bottle holder, you can install the frame battery using the threaded adapters.
These batteries have a shroud that protects them from shocks, dust and water. This fairing also offers good protection against theft thanks to a lock that allows the battery to be locked to the frame of the bike using a key. An autonomy gauge and an ON / OFF switch are integrated into the battery.
In order to meet all autonomy needs, OZO offers a wide choice of capacities, from 500Wh to 1000Wh.
The choice of battery capacity should be made according to the autonomy you want. For example, a 500Wh battery will give you around 50Km of autonomy without forcing the bike and up to 100Km depending on your effort. A 1000Wh battery will give you double the autonomy.
You will find all the dimensions of the "frame" batteries in the "documentation" tab and the detailed description on the "48V frame battery" page
The autonomy indicated above according to the capacity of the battery represent an average that a cyclist of 75Kg can cover in the city or in the countryside on a slightly hilly course. For the above range calculation, we take a consumption base of 7Wh / km. The actual range you will get will depend on various factors such as your weight, tire pressure, the gradient of the course ...
The above autonomies are mentioned for information only. We take as a basis of calculation, for consumption in mountain bikes, a consumption of 10Wh / km. This is an average reached by the majority of mountain bikers who use the motor as an assistance of 50% compared to the normal effort. Some of you will consume less and others more, but the experience of using the engine also matters. A beginner in E-MTB will consume 12Wh / km where an experienced pilot will consume 8Wh / km on the same route ...
If you want to know more about estimating the range on an electric bike, OZO has a full article available to you entitled "How to estimate the range of your electric bike".
Black and white vertical display, entry level: Black and white display, it combines all the main functions. The original mount is intended for installation on the handlebars, but we offer an optional stem mount for the MTB. 9 assistance modes.
Compact color display: Its compact format makes it perfect for committed mountain biking. It sits on the left of the handlebars so you cannot use it if you have the derailleur lever on the left of the handlebars. 9 assistance modes.
Vertical color display: With this display, you access what is best on the eBike market. This model displays more parameters and it has an auto-adaptive backlight and a USB port for charging a smartphone or GPS while riding. 9 assistance modes fully configurable by the user: You are free to configure the 9 modes so that your assistance best adapts to your needs.
On wheel motor kits which are fitted with 15A controllers, you will need a pedal sensor. This will allow the engine to be engaged and therefore the assistance of the bicycle.
The pedal sensor is a rotation sensor. You have to pedal for assistance. There are several types of sensors to match 90% of the bikes on the market.
Integrated bottom bracket sensor: For square axle bottom brackets that have a minimum clearance of 4mm between the crank and the frame.
Crank sensor with magnetic disc: For all other bikes that do not have the minimum clearance to install an integrated sensor.
The accelerator offers the possibility of controlling the engine without pedaling.
In the form of a thumb trigger, the throttle can be installed on the right or left of the handlebars.
Note, however, that the accelerator is not approved for driving on a road open to traffic.
He finds his interest on a mountain bike to help with hill starts and obstacle passages.
The brake cut-off is an additional safety device which cuts off the power supply to the motor during braking. This is particularly useful during delicate maneuvers.
The brake cut-off comes in different forms:
The brake handles that replace your original handles.
The cable sensor that is installed on the brake cable.
The magnetic sensor to be reserved for bicycles equipped with hydraulic brakes.
The battery is delivered with a 2A charger as standard.
If you want to halve the charging time, you can opt for the 36V 4A charger.
The "Freerider" wheel motor is compatible with all Shimano and SRAM cassettes in 7, 8, 9 and 10 speeds.
You can therefore recover the cassette of your original wheel or buy a new one with your kit and at this time we install the cassette on the engine during the preparation of your wheel.
Note that if you have 7 or 8 speeds, you will need to take a cassette spacer to fit it on the engine.
OZO has selected the best E-MTB tires on the market for you. With integrated puncture protection or double ply, you will find all the tires in the tires section
Le démontage de la roue d'origine de votre vélo peut aussi nécessiter des outils plus standards comme un démonte manivelle ou un démonte boitier pédalier à axe carré.
Removing the original wheel from your bike may also require more standard tools such as a crank remover or a square axle bottom bracket remover.
The Freeride wheel kit is compatible with all bikes fitted with a 9x135mm or 10x135mm rear wheel axle.
To be sure that the installation of the Enduro engine is possible on your bike, you must check that you have a traditional open frame with 135mm center distance.
With a ruler, measure the inside width of your frame (value A). You must have at least 135mm (13.5cm).
Then measure the frame notches (value B). You must have 9 or 10mm.