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Weaver++ User Guide

Son Nguyen
Weaver++ is an electric motorbike that brings many unique experiences. Let's explore how to use it with Dat Bike.


Tên thương mại Weaver ++
 Specs (length x width x height)  1980 mm x 780 mm x 1080 mm
Wheelbase  1370 mm
Minimum ground clearance  170 mm
Seat height  800 mm
Battery  Lithium-ion 72V 68Ah
Motor  BLDC Mid-Drive Motor
Peak Power  7000W
Rated power  3000W
Maximum speed  90 km/h
Fast charging Supported
Charging time Standard charging: 3 hours for 200 km, 1 hour for the first 100 km Fast charging: 30 minutes for 150 km, 20 minutes for the first 100 km (*)
Battery lifespan 150,000 km - 15 years (then battery retains 70% capacity)

 200km at 35km/h

130km at 70km/h

Waterproof standard  IP65, IP67 for the engine
Unladen weight  120 kg
Payload  130 kg
Front tire:  100/80-16 M/C 50P 8PR (Tubeless tire)
Rear tire  120/80-16 M/C 60P 8PR (Tubeless tire)
Front suspension Telescopic dual-fork suspension
Rear suspension  Monoshock
Speedometer Color LCD, customizable display color (black/white) and clock
Lighting system Full LED
Ignition RFID card or via Dat Bike app ( iOS Android )

(*) Implementing at Dat Bike's fast charging stations.

A basic introduction video about Weaver++

Controlling the vehicle

Basic operating instructions for Weaver++ 

Turning on and off the bike

Dat Bike brings a completely new approach to protecting your vehicle. The bike does not use a physical key, but instead uses a Bluetooth-connected app on your phone or an RFID card to turn the bike on or off.

Using the Dat Bike app on your phone


With the Dat Bike app, when you approach the bike and squeeze the brakes, the bike will automatically turn on. Similarly, when you move away from the bike, it will automatically turn off. The app connects to the bike via Bluetooth, so make sure Bluetooth on your phone is turned on before connecting.

Watch a video tutorial on how to connect with the app here .

Download the Dat Bike app on the App Store ( iOS ) or Google Play ( Android ).

To connect the app to the bike

  1. Check the LCD screen of the bike before connecting with the app to see if it is turned off or on.
  2. Open the Dat Bike app and select "CONNECT". The app will display nearby Weaver++ bikes.
  3. Choose the bike with the corresponding frame number.
  4. Enter your password. At this step, you can enter any password of your choice, but if you want to connect multiple phones to the bike, you need to remember to set the same password. However, at any given time, only one phone can be connected to the bike.
  5. Select "SEND" to initiate the connection.
  6. Place the RFID card perpendicular to the card reader. At this point, the bike's lights or LCD screen will change status (from off to on, or vice versa, depending on their initial state).
  7. Once the connection is successful, the bike information will be updated in the app.


  • For subsequent connections, if you want to unlock the bike using the app, simply have your phone near the bike with the app running in the background. Then, turn off the safety switch and squeeze the brake lever to unlock the bike.
  • Make sure that the bike you want to connect is not connected to any other nearby phones.

In some cases, due to changes or firmware updates, there may be compatibility issues with existing connections on the phone, resulting in Bluetooth errors and disconnection from the bike. In this case, you need to delete the bike connection in the Bluetooth settings of your phone, restart Bluetooth, enable location services, and reconnect.

Adjusting the distance limit on the app

You can set the distance between your phone and the bike for the bike to automatically turn on or off. For this operation, as the app connects to the bike via Bluetooth, you need to be close to the bike before performing it.

There are 4 distance levels to choose from as below:

  • "Near"
  • "Moderate"
  • "Far"
  • "Farther"

If you choose "Near" as the distance level and while riding the bike, the connection is lost, you will need to select a farther distance level. The Bluetooth signal strength may vary for different types of phones, so the appropriate distance level depends on each phone.

Note: For some Android phones, selecting "Far" is recommended to avoid bike shutdown.

Many users sharing one bike

When multiple users share one bike, each person can download the Dat Bike app and connect to the bike. However, at any given time, only one phone can be connected to the bike.

To set up the app for another person to use the bike, you can follow the same installation process as setting up for the first time.

You and other users can have different passwords, but you need to disable Bluetooth or disconnect from the bike before allowing others to connect.

Using an RFID card

Adding an RFID card to the bike

After successfully connecting to the bike using the Dat Bike app, you can add a new RFID card to the bike. However, each bike can store a maximum of 2 cards.

  1. Open the Dat Bike app.
  2. On the app's main screen, select "SETTINGS".
  3. Choose "Add new card".
  4. Place the new RFID card on the RFID reader on the bike.
  5. Select "Add card".
  6. The app will display a notification of successful card addition.


  • Since each bike can store a maximum of two cards, adding more than two cards may overwrite the old cards in use. You may need to check if the old card (if any) is still active or not.
  • You can purchase compatible RFID cards (or use smartwatches, tokens, etc.) and add them to the bike. Just make sure the card is compatible with the Mifare 1K 13 standard.

How to start and stop the bike using an RFID card

To start the bike with an RFID card, place the card horizontally perpendicular to the RFID card reader on the bike for about 0.5 seconds (do not slide the card as the reader needs time to recognize the card).

To actively stop the bike

In addition to the methods of starting and stopping the vehicle mentioned above, you can also proactively turn off the vehicle in certain necessary situations without using the RFID card by using the methods below.

  1. Press the red safety switch (kill engine) to temporarily turn off the engine (activate this switch whenever you stop the bike temporarily to avoid unintentional throttle touches).
  2. Squeeze and hold the brakes, then turn on the left turn signal, wait for the turn signal to blink, then turn on the right turn signal to completely turn off the bike (this function works when the bike is completely stopped, speed is 0 km/h, and after 2 seconds).

Indicator lights


(1) Left turn signal
(2) High beam headlights
(3) Safety switch is open
(4) Right turn signal

Displayed on the multifunction display

(1) ECU temperature
(2) Engine temperature
(3) Battery temperature
(4) Vehicle operating current/Charging current
(5) Total distance traveled (ODO)/Distance traveled since last reset (TRIP)
(6) Speedometer reading
(7) Battery capacity remaining based on voltage
(8) Battery capacity remaining as a percentage

Vehicle operation

Switch cluster

Dat Bike uses a single switch cluster on the left side instead of two switch clusters like other motorcycles.

(1) High beam, low beam switch
(2) Turn signal switch
(3) Horn switch
(4) Engine kill switch
Press: Temporary engine shutdown

Release: Normal operation of the motorcycle

(5) Passing switch

Change background color for multi-function display

The LCD of the multi-function meter can switch between bright and dark background modes according to user preferences. Follow the steps below to enable this feature.

  1. Switch the headlight from low beam to high beam and wait for about 2 seconds.
  2. Quickly switch twice to low beam mode (switch from high beam to low beam, then back to high beam, and then back to low beam again, these steps should be done quickly).
  3. The multi-function meter will change its background (if it's in dark mode with color, it will switch to black and white, and vice versa).
  4. If you want to return to the previous background mode, repeat the above steps after 10 seconds from the last background switch.


Weaver++ is equipped with a handbrake like other two-wheeled vehicles. When using the handbrake, the engine will automatically cut off to ensure safety. When you want to continue moving, simply release the handbrake completely and twist the throttle.

Regen Brake

The engine brake is integrated into the electric throttle. This is a software-related feature, not hardware like traditional handbrakes.

When you want to slow down, gradually release the throttle and the engine will automatically brake. There is no need to use the handbrake anymore. Riding becomes easier and more convenient with just "twist to accelerate - release to decelerate", compared to the "twist to accelerate - release to decelerate - squeeze the brake" steps required on conventional two-wheeled vehicles. This special feature also helps to regenerate power and charge the battery by about 10% every time the throttle is released, increasing the range of travel. Additionally, the lifespan of the brake pads on the motorcycle is extended as they are used less frequently.


  • Twisting the electric throttle will provide energy to the electric motor to move the vehicle forward. The amount of energy supplied to the electric motor is proportional to the angle of the electric throttle twist (the electric throttle has an initial delay to prevent overly sensitive throttle, ensuring safety for the user and increasing the safety of the vehicle).
  • When releasing the throttle slowly to its original position, the regenerative braking will be activated. The amount of regenerative braking is proportional to the angle of releasing the electric throttle (the more throttle is released, the stronger the regenerative braking will be).

Charging electric vehicle


  • Improper charging of electric vehicle can result in electric shock, fire, and endanger life.
  • Only use the electric charger provided by Dat Bike.
  • The accompanying electric charger is for indoor use only.
  • Only charge the vehicle in a dry place to avoid electric shock.
  • If your electric charger is not functioning properly or is damaged, contact Dat Bike for assistance.

The process of charging the electric vehicle is described below:

  1. Open the charging port located on the battery box on the right side of the vehicle.
  2. Check and ensure that the charging port is dry and free from water. If there is any water, wipe it clean and wait for it to dry before plugging in the charger.
  3. Plug the two-pin plug of the charger into a 220V power outlet.
  4. Connect the remaining end of the charger to the charging port on the vehicle.
  5. Check the LED light on the charger to ensure that the vehicle is being charged.
  6. Close the charging port after charging is complete.

Maintenance and adjustment according to the cycle

  • Annual maintenance check should be conducted every year.
  • From 20,000 km onwards, repeat maintenance check for every 4,000 km thereafter.
  • Maintenance check should be carried out by Dat Bike.

General maintenance and lubrication chart

Tire Maintenance

Tires should be checked before operating the vehicle. If the tires are excessively worn or cracked, contact Dat Bike immediately for replacement.

Tire Pressure

It is recommended to check and adjust the tire pressure before operating the vehicle.

Cold tire pressure:
- Rider only: 230 kPa (33 psi)
Rider and passenger 230 kPa (33 psi)

Maximum load:
- 130 kg (287 lbs)
- Total weight of rider, passenger, luggage, and accessories

Tire Specifications

The Weaver ++ is equipped with tubeless tires.

Front tire:
- Size: 100/80-16 M/C 50P 8PR
- Manufacturer: Casumina/ CA 134P

Rear tire:
- Size: 120/80-16 M/C 60P 8PR
- Manufacturer: Casumina/ CA 134P

Brake Fluid Level Check

Before riding, check the brake fluid level, which should be above the minimum level mark. Add brake fluid if necessary.

* Front and rear brakes.

(1) Minimum level mark

Brake fluid specification:
DOT 3 or DOT 4

Improper maintenance may result in brake malfunction and pose a danger. Watch out for the following issues:

  • Insufficient brake fluid can allow air to enter the system, causing a loss of braking power.
  • Clean the brake fluid reservoir cap before removing it. Use the correct DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid from a sealed container.
  • Use the specified type of brake fluid, as using the wrong type can cause rubber components to deteriorate and result in leaks.
  • Only mix brake fluid of the same type when adding new fluid. Mixing different types of DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid can cause harmful chemical reactions.
  • Make sure no water enters the brake fluid reservoir during the fluid replacement process.
  • Water can lower the boiling point of the fluid and cause vapor lock in the system.

Brake fluid can damage painted surfaces or plastic parts. Always clean up spilled fluid immediately.

Brake fluid replacement

Bring your vehicle to Dat Bike for brake fluid replacement at the intervals specified in the maintenance schedule and general lubrication. Brake piston seals and brake hose should also be replaced at the designated intervals or whenever they are damaged or leaking.

  • Brake piston seals: Replace every two years.
  • Brake hose: Replace every four years.

Chain slack adjustment

Before riding, check the chain slack and adjust it if necessary.

To check the chain slack

  1. Park the vehicle on its center stand.
  2. Measure the chain slack as shown in the diagram.


Standard chain slack:
A = 20.0 - 30.0 mm (0.79 – 1.18 in)

Cleaning and lubricating the drive chain

The Weaver++ motorcycle is equipped with O-ring sealed chain to increase durability and resistance against wear during operation. To ensure the chain's durability, it needs to be cleaned and lubricated at the designated intervals in the maintenance schedule and general lubrication, especially when riding in dusty or humid conditions.

Basic steps to clean the chain:

  1. Remove dirt and debris from the chain using a cloth or brush.
  2. Apply a specialized chain cleaner solution to the entire chain.
  3. Use a cloth or brush to clean the chain further.
  4. Wipe or rinse the chain clean.
  5. Apply a specialized chain lubricant to the entire O-ring sealed chain. Steps to remove/install the Weaver++ motorcycle wheel

How to remove/install Weaver++ wheels

Front wheel

To remove the front wheel

Be careful
Handle the motorcycle securely to prevent it from tipping over.

  1. Place the motorcycle on the center stand.
  2. Remove the axle nut and front axle.
  3. Pull the axle outwards, and then remove the front wheel. Note: Do not squeeze the front brake lever after removing the wheel and front rotor, as it may cause the brake caliper to clamp tightly.

To install the front wheel

  1. Place the wheel between the two fork tubes.
  2. Insert the axle through the wheel and install the axle nut.
  3. Tighten the axle nut to the specified torque of 60Nm. Tip: Hold the axle end with a wrench to prevent it from rotating while tightening.
  4. After reinstalling the front wheel, squeeze the front brake lever several times to check the brake operation.

Rear Wheel

To remove the rear wheel

Make sure to secure the bike to prevent it from falling over.

  1. Place the bike on the center stand.
  2. Support the bike in a position under the frame (using a hydraulic jack, a stand, a support, etc.) to eliminate the risk of the bike falling forward when removing the rear wheel due to a shift in the bike's center of gravity.



  1. Loosen the axle nut and adjust the chain tensioners on each side of the rear fork.
  2. Remove the axle and detach the rear wheel.
  3. Push the rear wheel forward, and then remove the chain from the rear sprocket. Tip: It is not necessary to remove the rear chain for removing and installing the rear wheel.
  4. Hold the brake caliper and lift the rear wheel slightly to slide the axle out. Tip: A rubber mallet may be helpful in removing the rear axle.
  5. Take out the rear wheel. Note: Do not squeeze the rear brake after removing the wheel and disc, as it may cause the brake pads to clamp tightly. To install the rear wheel.

To install the rear wheel

  1. Install the rear wheel and align the brake caliper by threading the axle through from left to right. Tip: Ensure that the axle adjuster is centered between the rear wheel and the brake caliper. Make sure the pin on the brake caliper fits into the groove on the right fork. Ensure that there is enough clearance at the front brake caliper before assembling the rear wheel.

  2. Install the chain onto the rear sprocket.

  3. Tighten the axle nut on the rear axle.

  4. Adjust the chain tension.

  5. Tighten the axle adjuster on the rear axle to the specified torque of 60Nm.

  6. After reinstalling the rear wheel, squeeze the rear brake lever firmly several times to check for smooth operation of the brake.

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