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Shogun EB3 - Electric Blue

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    Shogun designed the EB3 for recreational riders who are chasing a fitter version of themselves and commuters who want the ride into work to be a little more forgiving.

    In a world where a new electric bike can cost many thousands of dollars, the EB3 sits at the economical end of the scale.

    Yes, you can get cheaper but build quality, battery and power reliability and the quality of mechanical components becomes (very) questionable.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-15

    In this preview, we’ll go through some key things you should know about the new EB3 before making the investment.


    The Shogun brand has existed since 1984. They are designed in Melbourne too.

    The guys that design these bikes don’t compromise on quality because they don’t want the headaches that come by cutting corners.

    And as one of Australia’s largest retailers neither do we.

    Because as the market for e-bikes continues to grow, there will be companies that emerge who are out there to make a fast dollar and who will cut corners.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-30


    Shogun’s new EB3 is an entry-level electric bike that’s designed for recreational riders and commuters.

    It’s intended for bike paths, rail trails, inner city or suburbia. It can handle both smooth dirt and gravel, plus concrete paths.

    In short: it’s an electrified hybrid bike. Hybrid as in, it’s a cross between a road and mountain bike - a jack of all trades.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-20


    The EB3 uses a rear hub drive to deliver power. In this case that drive is the Bafang SWX02.

    Bafang has been producing and designing complete e-bike systems since 2003 and is one of the leading manufacturers.

    So a little about the drive:

    There’s no throttle, so riders must be pedalling for the motor to start delivering assistance and power. As per Australian Standards, the cut-off speed is 25km/h.

    The SWX02 has a 45Nm of torque.

    It’s ideal for riders who are travelling on gently undulating bike paths and won’t see a lot of aggressive and steep climbing along their route.

    For heavier riders (90kg and over) or those who are regularly riding up steep ascents, please consider a mid-drive electric bike. Some options are:

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-100


    Shogun has used a cleaner integrated battery which looks like it is part of the frame.

    The battery uses Samsung cells and it’s sized at 374 Watt-hours (Wh).

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-140

    And it can either be charged on the bike or removed and charged off the bike.

    The EB3 also comes with 2 spare keys; the only purpose of this key is to remove the battery for charging. Note the key hole just below the charge port (in the image below).

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-50

    An LCD screen on the handlebar displays speed, battery level, distance and assistance level.


    In this section we’ll cover the normal bike stuff.

    There’s 7 gears on the back to control your pedalling speed.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-60

    And there’s a single front gear. This keeps the drive system clean and simple because there’s no front derailleur, shifter or cable - less moving parts.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-150

    A simple grip-shifter is used to change through the gears.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-130

    Next, the EB3 uses mechanical disc brakes to slow its rider down.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-70

    These are an improvement over calliper brakes because they have better dry and wet weather stopping power. Plus, it’s a lot easier to transport the bike and remove the wheel.

    Shogun EB3 Electric Blue-90


    After you purchase the EB3, please bed the brakes in. They will not be at full-power out of the store. To help you do this, here’s a how to guide:


    Charge Time Full charge in approximately 5 - 6 hours
    Battery Life Up to 600 charge cycles with minimal loss of capacity
    Display Handlebar mounted LCD display showing speed, distance, battery level, assistance level
    Warranty 1 years on electric components
    Frame Alloy step thru frame with fully integrated detachable battery design
    Fork Zoom alloy front suspension
    Rims Double wall alloy
    Front Hub Alloy quick release
    Rear Hub Bafang SWX02, 250W, 36V
    Spokes Stainless steel
    Tyres 700C x 38C hybrid tyre
    Pedals Alloy body with rubber grips and integrated reflectors
    Chainset Prowheel alloy chainset with 38T steel chainring and plastic chainguard
    Bottom bracket Sealed bearing bottom bracket
    Chain KMC Z7
    Freewheel - Cassette Shimano 7 speed freewheel
    Rear Derailleur Shimano TY300
    Shifters Shimano RS35 7 speed, RH only
    Brakes Mechanical disc brakes with 160mm rotor
    Brake Levers Alloy levers
    Saddle Comfort saddle
    Motor - Drive unit Bafang 250W rear hub drive
    Battery Integrated 10.4Ah downtube battery with Samsung cells, 36V
    Charger A/S standard wall charger included
    Extras Centre mount kickstand and mudguards