The start/stop button located above the display turns the screen on and off. Use the up arrow ˄ and the down arrow ˅ on the remote control to switch between the different assistance modes. Mode 0 is where the motor is deactivated and mode 4 is the most powerful mode, with 320% assistance.
This means that the power you generate when you turn the pedals is multiplied by 3.2.
In each assistance mode (except mode 0), you can hold down the ˄ button to launch walk mode, which helps you to push your bike along while walking.
The button under the remote control corresponds to Boost mode: as long as you keep the button pressed, the mountain bike switches to the most powerful assistance mode to help you get through a temporary difficulty.
Press the up arrow ˄ and down arrow ˅ on the left of the screen to scroll through the different information: distance covered, total distance, ride time, cadence, estimated remaining battery, electric power and user power.
You can charge your phone or GPS computer by plugging it into the screen with a USB A cable.
The button under the screen opens up the settings menu.
The screen connects to your phone via Bluetooth: Find all the information you need about the connectivity of your AE MTB above.
To find out more, consult the electrical manual for your AE MTB!