Today I did a 39 mile ride that Google says should have taken me 3 hours & 25 minutes.
I used the whole battery & finished the ride in 2 hours & 9 minutes.
My battery holds about 1/2 a Kwh & my GPS based ride analysis tool says I should have burned more than 3 Kwh over the 39 miles, I say more because that part of the tool is pre programed based on average bike & rider weights & I exceed both.
I climbed a total of 851 ft & descended a total of 816 ft thanks to a minor variation in the route out & back.
My overall ride efficiency as figured by same GPS based tool was 79% which means that if I could hold my average speed longer & cut my top speed closer to the average I could get closer to 100% efficiency. The average car is less than 20% efficient & the average electric car is still barely 50% efficient due to heavy amp loads & the Hall Effect of large gauge copper. This is the beauty of a complimentary instead of supplementary hybrid drive.
Not a bad terminal test at all.