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Distance: 5.51 miles Time: 00:29:00 Max Speed: 22.50 mph
Avg Speed: 11.40 mph Temp: Avg: 46
Category: general: testing - solo
Route: (ATB) Std Weight: 237 Altitude Gain: 111 ft
Avg Power: 75 W Calories Burned: 155 Avg HR: 0 bpm
Terrain: Road: Flat Bike:  Juiced Rip Current S Electric Club: team bikejournal
Weather Conditions: light easterly winds
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 Testing Battery Capacity
I consider the RCS voltage indicator readout the most accurate calibration since it reads a fully charged battery at 58.8 volts while the CCX readout shows 57.6 volts.

This ride was cut short after the Battery ran out of juice at the halfway point. My goal has been to test the older juiced battery to determine how many miles to expect from fully charged (58.8v) to battery management cut-off (42v)

With today's ride, I learned it is about 60 miles.


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