Do I need a license to ride a Super73?

No, a license is not required to ride a Super73 bike.


Is the Super73 bike street legal?

No, Super73 bikes are NOT street legal, and must be used on bike paths or private land only.


Do you have a showroom?

As of now Rovers does not have a physical showroom, however our range can be also purchased through our retailer Rasen Sports in Doha.



Can I cancel my order?

Order cancellations are subject to a restocking fee, as well as a shipping fee if the order has been processed. Rovers holds the right to refuse refunds/cancellations. 



Can I modify my Super73 bike?

Riders are free to make modifications to their bike, however, doing so will void the warranty. Certain modifications could be dangerous: 

Non-bicycle components such as motorcycle tires and after-market motors put much more stress on the mechanical and electrical components than they were designed for. 
Any modification of the electrical system such as aftermarket batteries, throttles, controllers, headlights, and motors, will void the warranty.
Modifying your bike with non-bicycle parts will also burn out the brakes and clutch much faster.

How do I charge the battery?

  1. Plugin the charger into a wall outlet. 
  2. Connect the charger cable to the battery charging port.
  3. Turn the battery on by pressing the power button. The battery is on when the power button is illuminated. The battery will not charge unless it is switched on.

When the charging process starts, the charger LED turns red. Once the battery is charged, the LED turns green.

  1. Turn the battery off.
  2. Remove the charger cable from the battery charging port.
  3. Remember to put the protective cap back onto the battery charging port after charging to protect it from dirt and moisture.
  4. Unplug the charger from the socket.


Battery Do's and Don'ts




How to charge your Super73 Battery

Plug the charger into a regular wall outlet. Connect the charging cable to the battery. Turn on the battery switch. The switch should be in the “I” position. The battery will not charge unless it is switched on. 

Do not plug in the charger while the battery is in the on position. 

Do not attempt to use the charger if it has sustained ANY damage or if it has been exposed to improper storage conditions.

 If charger has been exposed to improper storage conditions, i.e. water submersion, safely store and dispose of your charger immediately. Do not attempt to use on your battery.

Best way to charge

We recommend charging the battery for 6-8 hours on the first charge. This will help condition the lithium-ion cells for optimal performance. 

A partial and incomplete charge is acceptable; it does not need a full charge to operate correctly.

Do not charge the battery for more than 48 hours. 

Do not leave the charger plugged into a wall outlet for more than 48 hours. 


Make it a habit to recharge at the end of each ride, so your bike will always be ready to go again.

Charge the battery and use the bike at least once every 90 days.

Do not store the bike for more than 24 hours with an empty battery. This prevents a deep discharge which may permanently affect the battery's performance.


How to prolong battery life

Charge the battery at room temperature (20°C).

Operate only between (-5°C to 40°C).

Store only between temperatures of  (-10°C to 40°C). You can optimize shelf life by storing at room temperature  (20°C).

Do not leave your battery exposed to high temperatures or direct sunlight for extended periods (for example, on the back of a car in direct sunlight).

Do not expose to water; in case of accidental submersion, safely store and dispose of your battery immediately. Do not use.

Do not expose to extreme shocks.