Browse Categories
Follow EBO:

EBO Clydesdale 2.0

Electric Bike Kit
Electric Bike KitKT-LCD8S U Ebike LCDEbike ThrottleEbike ThrottleEbike Pedal AssistEbike BrakesElectric Bike ControllerElectric Bike Controller BoxEbike ChargerEbike WiringEbike WiringElectric Bike Illustration Direct Drive Electric Bike Kit Direct Drive Electric Bike KitE-BikeElectric Bike Kit
Price: $1,765.00

Product Specifications

* denotes required field

Wheel/Rim Size*
Front or Rear Wheel Hub Motor*
Throttle Type*
E-Brake Type*
Kit being installed on bike brand and model.*
Answer 1
EBO Clydesdale 2.0 Electric Bike Kit

This is a great kit for cargo bikes pulling or pushing weight and also great kit for off-roading.  No gears to strip when underload on your pedicab or cargo bike.  Averages 30 miles without pedaling and a maximum speed of 28 mph. It doesn’t get more powerful than this!  Range will increase significantly with pedal assist modes.


Battery - 48V 12.8AH Lithium-ion Dolphin Battery (LG Cell) with Mounting Bracket and Charger (Rack battery available , call to request) 
Battery Colors - Black
Electric Motor – 48V 750W Direct Drive Motor Disc or Rim Brake Type (Front or Rear Freewheel Type)
Dropout/Open Sizes - 100mm, 120mm, or 135mm
Rim and Spokes Sizes - 20", 24", 26", 27.5", 28, 29" or 700C
Electric Motor Colors - Black (Silver available, call to request) 
Controller – 48V 25A
Controller Storage - Plastic Controller Box
Clamp Diameters - 22.2mm
Display – KT LCD3 U or KT LCD8S U with Integrated USB port (EBO/JULET Quick Connectors)
Throttle – Thumb or Twist (EBO/JULET Quick Connectors)
E-Brake – Two motor disruptor brake levels (EBO/JULET Quick Connectors) or Disruptor Sensor
Wiring - EBO/JULET Quick Connect Anti-Water Lines (Wire Harnesses Lengths: 1600mm front motor to controller or 458mm rear motor to controller, 1017mm components to controller)  Other wire harness lengths are available upon request.  
Pedal Assist System - 1:1PAS with 5 Levels of Assist Modes, 8 Magnet Sensor

Item Number: 48V 750W DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR, 48V 12.8AH BATTERY

Product Reviews

(5 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
Review of the EBO Clydesdale 2.0
Marc Pochet (Royersford, PA) 11/12/2018 5:28 AM
This is my first attempt at installing a kit of this type. I am a large guy...6'3", 275+ lbs, so I figured that this larger kit was a must. I took my first ride yesterday and wasn't disappointed. I have only been able to average about 9 mph on a relatively flat surface on my own, but yesterday, on very hilly terrain, I was able to average 16+ mph, and was able to sustain 10+ mph up almost every hill I faced. This system is so powerful, that I kept the bike in its highest gear the entire time. Installation - you will definitely need to know your way around a bike a little to install this system. I am fairly mechanically inclined, and know enough about bikes to be able to install this system, but it took about 3 hours total and I had to make some modifications along the way. The grips and grip shifters on my bike had to be removed to allow the removal and replacement of the brake levers with the EBO levers and the thumb throttle, but that wasn't terribly difficult (easiest if you totally disconnect the brake cable at the calipers). Installation of the pedal assist sensor required both a crank puller and bottom bracket tool that most people likely don't own (I have been overhauling my bike lately so I recently purchased those items). In the end, I like how the pedal assist sensor and magnet disk fit on the bike, but I had to really make modifications (drill holes and cut slits) to the disk to make it fit flush against the back of the lowest gear on the crank. My one complaint is that the power cables coming from the battery are only about 1 ft long and they have special end connectors to plug into the wires going into the controller, yet the wires on the controller are only 6-8" long. This didn't not allow for easy mounting of the controller on a cargo rack over the rear wheel because the wires were too short. I had to cut the connector ends off of the controller wires and add 18" or so of my own wire for the connection to be long enough.
Great kit for the value it provides!
Jeffrey Williams (Portland, OR) 4/28/2016 10:58 PM
I chose the mountaineer. I ended up making the right choice a) because the incremental cost is minimal over the next most powerful kit, and b) for the hills and weight of the donor bike this was the right move. Although I took waaaay too long to build the bike it was not for lack of simplicity or understanding. I crammed a lot of things on the very small handlebars (add cycling computer, GPS, headlight/battery on top of the brakes shifters and the EBO controller and you've a buys place) but it all fit with some careful thought. The battery / motor combo is plenty powerful, makes hardly any noise, and suits my terrain perfectly. I can't get up the hill too well on 750W (that's 1HP - ever ridden a 1HP motorcycle up a steep hill?) on throttle alone but the pedal assist worked great and really launched me up the hill. With the instant torque of an electric motor you will find yourself not shifting nearly as much trying to match ideal torque to human effort. This is a bonus I didn't expect. Although I retained pads for front/rear brakes perhaps a disc up front would be better. I mounted the controller box on my Blackburn Mountain rack. Once all excess wiring was stuffed into the box the wiring was pretty tidy. I got complements from the most taciturn dour folks, so that is the highest acclaim I can get and a testament to the ease of installation if you have even modest mechanical skills like can you use a screwdriver, some allen wrenches, and some wire cutters for the cable ties! The LED control panel mounted on the handlebars works fine - it works on the fly so if you change assist level or turn on/off no problem. I mounted the cadence sensor on the left side of the lower bracket and it's basically just a press fit. It works fine! The throttle works well and pedal assist and throttle work together seamlessly. Probably the best value/watt out there and I chose correctly. Top speed throttle only is around 25 mph, getting there fairly quickly. Great kit!

Related Products

Electric Bike Kit
EBO 48V Burly
Price: $1,625.00
EBO 48V Burly
Designed for the rugged bike riders, this kit features an integrated controller. It averages 30 miles without pedaling at a maximum speed of 28 mph. Kit Details: 48V 350W Motor, 48V 12.8AH Dolphin Battery, LCD Display.
EBO Front Range Electric Bike Kit
EBO Front Range 2.0
Price: $1,740.00
EBO Front Range 2.0
The powerhouse! This kit provides more power for off-road, larger loads and big hills. Averaging 30 miles without pedaling at a maximum speed of 25 mph. EBO Kit Details: 48V 500W Brushless Geared Motor, 48V 12.8AH Dolphin Battery, LCD Display.
Schwable Big Ben Plus HS 439
Price: $37.00
Schwable Big Ben Plus HS 439
The robust 3mm GreenGuard protection and reinforced sidewalls make this tough Balloonbike tire a real slogger. ECE-R75 approved, comfortable and resilient. The perfect choice for cargo bikes and every kind of E-Bike.
Schwable Marathon Plus HS 440
Price: $47.00
Schwable Marathon Plus HS 440
Schwalbe's best selling model. The most puncture resistant pneumatic tire there is. In addition to the superior puncture protection it features many inner values: Rolling resistance. The patented 5mm thick SmartGuard layer and E-Bike Ready