Carbon Gates Belt Drive
The single-speed Belt Drive system is quieter than a mouse walking on cotton. It doesn’t require grease or the maintenance a normal bike chain needs and is built to last 3-4x as long.
Dual Piston Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Don’t settle for cheap mechanical disc brakes. A powerful bike should have the most powerful brakes to keep your safety a priority. The Magura MT Sports offer outstanding braking force that’s perfect for city streets, neighborhood hills, or the park trails.
The 350 Watt Motor is discretely placed in the hub of the rear wheel. Don’t let its size fool you - this bad boy packs a punch and will have you tackling hills you never thought ridable on a single speed.
The Babymakers frame is made of 60/61 Aircraft-grade Aluminum giving it an excellent strength to weight ratio. Couple this with the smooth welds and minimalist design and you get a bike that will turn heads for sure (and that’s even before you tell them it’s electric).
The Babymaker is powered by a 36V 7Ah Battery that is completely hidden in the downtube of the bike. You can expect 15-50 miles on a full charge!
Minimal LCD Display
Like a cockpit for your bike, see how fast you're going, how far you've ridden, average speed and battery life.
|ESTIMATED RANGE:||15-50 miles* (24-80 km)|
|*Experienced rider in optimal conditions - your mileage may vary.|
Up to 28 mph* (45 kph)
*Where local laws permit
|TYPE:||Aikema (AKM) Rear-Mounted Geared Hub|
|TORQUE:||60 Newton meters|
|TYPE:||Samsung Lithium-ion (36 volts)|
|AMP HOURS:||7 Ah|
|WATT HOURS:||252 WH|
|CHARGE TIME:||2-3 hours|
|READOUTS:||Pedal Assist Mode (0-5 with Arrows), Current Speed, Odometer, Battery Life (5 Bars), Average Speed, Max Speed|
|DRIVE MODE:||Cadence Sensing Pedal Assist|
|TOTAL WEIGHT||33.2 lbs (15.05 kg)|
|BATTERY WEIGHT||2.5 lbs (1.13 kg)|
|RATED WEIGHT CAPACITY||275 lbs (124.74 kg)|
|FRAME MATERIAL:||Aluminum Alloy|
Sterling Silver, Matte Black, Tangerine, Kiwi, Blue Raspberry, Berry
|FRAME:||In house Rigid, Made of 60/61 Aircraft Grade Aluminum|
|FRONT WHEEL HUB:||15x100mm Thru Axle|
|REAR WHEEL HUB:||Bolt-on 10x150mm|
|ACCESSORY MOUNTS:||Seat Tube and Down Tube Bottle Cage Mounts, Rear Rack Bolt Holes|
|DRIVETRAIN:||Single Speed 63T Front Sprocket and 22T Rear Sprocket|
|CRANKS:||Forged Aluminum Alloy Arms, 165mm/170mm Length (19"/23" Frame), 5 Bolt Spider 130BCD|
|PEDALS:||Wellgo Me55 Aluminum Alloy (Black/Silver)|
|HEADSET:||Threadless, Sealed Cartridge Bearings, Tapered 1.2" - 1.5"|
|STEM:||Slight Rise, Aluminum Alloy, 35mm Length, 28.8mm Clamp Diameter, Steer Tube Diameter 25.4mm|
|HANDLEBAR:||Bullhorn (Uppers) Or Dropper Bars 470mm Width|
Magura MT Sports - Dual Piston Hydraulic Brake Assembly
Black OR Brown Bar-Tape
Black OR Brown Road Bike Seat
|SEAT POST COLLAR:||30.4mm Aluminum Alloy Quick Release Collar|
|SEAT POST LENGTH:||350 mm|
|SEAT POST DIAMETER:||30.4 mm|
|RIMS:||Aluminum Alloy, Double Walled, 23mm Outer Width, 16mm Inner Width, 36 Hole, Black/Silver|
|SPOKES:||Stainless Steel, 13 Gauge Front 12 Gauge Rear, Black with Silver Screws|
|WHEEL SIZES:||700c, ISO: 622|
|TUBE VALVES:||80mm Presta Valve|
I really enjoy the whole experience except the handlebars. To much concentration moving hands from comfortable position to brakes and back. It’s very awkward and I’ve had trouble getting to the brakes fast enough.
My solution was to replace the bullhorns with flat handlebars and I extended the stem a bit. Now the bike is a wonderful riding experience.
Love the bike can’t seem to stop riding 😊 and really don’t mind all the hills by my home which can be really challenging great bike
So much fun! Love my pro. Everything I hoped it would be. High quality
Loving my babymaker!!
I’ve owned my BM for almost 4 months and have suggestions on how you can extend your ride, battery, etc. I want to thank Mark the mechanic at FLX as well.
1. Fully charge the battery the first few times - I mean 6 hours minimum. And, charge the battery fully before you ride every ride. This avoids error messages (I’ve had a couple).
2. When you are slowing done to a Stop sign or Stop light, throttle/shift down to power level 1. Then, when you start riding, you can shift up to whatever power level suits your ride, grade, etc. If you were to start at level 3 or greater from a dead stop, you’re using up more battery juice. So start at 1, then go to 2, 3, and so on.
3. Keep a constant pedal pressure. I found that even at Level 4 or 5, if I keep a constant and steady pedal pressure (not hammering all out, but not just letting the wheels spin), my battery life did not diminish as much as simply letting the bike power take over.
4. If you see a drop in a power level bar, shift down one or two levels (for ex., from level 4 to 3) and with constant pedal pressure, your missing bar will reappear.
I ride road bikes, used to race, and I love the BM for the simple fact that it gives me an alternative way to commute and plus it’s a lot of fun. As someone has said - “you can’t take the smile off my face.”