E-bike hub motors can of course be installed in either wheel, and the difference also creates a few other unique advantages and disadvantages.
Because more weight is usually focused on the rear wheel, front hub motors can help balance out the weight better.
Front wheel electric hub motor also usually receive fewer flats than rear wheels, as they often kick up road debris and prepare it for the rear. A E-bike front hub motor leaves the rear wheel unadulterated for easier tube and tire changes.
The lower weight on the front wheel of a bicycle means less traction though, and so more powerful front hub motors can sometimes cause burnouts when pegging the throttle. Also, front forks aren’t as robust as rear dropouts, and thus a powerful front hub motor can even damage the fork over time, though this can be mitigated by installing a device known as a torque arm.
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