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Most e-bikes on the market have a number of different assistant levels on the display. At a lower assistance level, the electric motor gives less pedal assist, while a higher assistance level produces more pedal assist. The selected assistance level also affects how far you can ride an e-bike, as a lower assistance level gives you a longer range per charge, while a higher assistance level reduces the range. The number of assistance levels varies from one e-bike system to another.