What do you think this CUBE Elly Ride Hybrid 400 Video Review – $3.5k Stylish Cruiser Electric Bike video?
https://electricbikereview.com/cube/elly-ride-hybrid-400/ The CUBE Elly Ride Hybrid 400 is a beautifully styled, upright, wave step-thru electric bike that’s available in four frame sizes and two fun color options, reinforced frame feels stiff and stable. Fit and comfort are a priority with this ebike and the suspension fork, sprung saddle, riser stem, and swept-back handlebars all contribute. The rear-rack is far enough back to allow for a low saddle position, both wheels have quick release and the battery is removable but the display is not. Feature-complete with matching fenders, a custom chain protector, integrated lights, a premium bell, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes.
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What do you think this Ness Icon Video Review – $1.4k Easy-Mount Wave Style Folding Electric Bike video?
https://electricbikereview.com/ness/icon/ The Ness Icon is a sturdy, wave style step-thru, folding electric bike available in a wide range of colors, comes with lots of useful accessories like a rack, fenders, and LED lights. Removable high-capacity battery pack is easy to charge on or off the bike thanks to a flip-up saddle, adjustable height stem and suspension fork improve comfort. Plastic guide keeps the chain on track at all times while protecting loose clothing like pants or skirts, derailleur guard protects the drivetrain, sensitive pedal assist with throttle override. At over 50 lbs, the bike is compact but not super lightweight, the display panel works well but is not removable, center-mount kickstand gets in the way of the left crank a bit.
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What do you think this Téo S Limited Video Review – $2.2k Feature Packed Fat Electric Bike video?
https://electricbikereview.com/teo/s-limited/ The Téo S Limited is a powerful, feature-rich fat electric bike available in two frame sizes and three colors, suspension fork and seat post really smooth out the ride. Extra-large 48 volt, 17 amp hour battery provides the energy necessary to use throttle mode or the highest level of assist without as much range anxiety. Lots of attention to detail, the derailleur guard, rear-mounted kickstand, adjustable angle stem, and hydraulic disc brakes really set it apart. Good value but all of those accessories add weight, only sold online so you can’t test the sizes easily and have to assemble it yourself, limited stock, cannot throttle from zero or without pedaling first.
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What do you think this Vintage Electric Cafe Video Review – $4k Powerful, Quiet, Stylish Electric Bike video?
https://electricbikereview.com/vintage-electric-bikes/cafe/ The Vintage Electric Cafe is one of the most powerful, fastest accelerating, quietest, and beautifully designed electric bikes I have ever tested, premium drivetrain and custom battery. Surprisingly lightweight and well balanced front to rear considering the large 750 watt hub motor, alloy fenders, chain cover, oversized head tube, and thick axles. So much attention to detail here, the upgraded bell, matched saddle and grips, stylized chain ring and pedals, and premium integrated lights by Supernova. The display is not removable and the kickstand can get in the way of the left crank arm when walking the bike around, the motor produces some cogging drag.
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What do you think this Electra Townie Commute Go! 8i Video Review – $3k Cruiser Style Commuter video?
https://electricbikereview.com/electra/townie-commute-go-8i/ The Electra Townie Commute Go! 8i is a feature-rich electric bike that blends commuting utility and efficiency with cruiser comfort and style, large swept-back handlebar and oversized saddle. Integrated LED lights, reflective Balloon tires, premium bell, and paint-matched fenders and chain cover keep you safe and clean in all types of conditions. Available in two frame styles (slightly different sizes) and three colorways: wavy step-thru in blue and black or rigid high-step in grey and black. The kickstand can get in the way of the left crank arm, the front rack turns with the bike so it’s easier to spill (especially when parking), the steel chain protector could rust if scratched.
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What do you think this Ebike Owner Interview – 3 Years on an Easy Motion Neo City, Mike video?
I was traveling through Marin California, up near San Francisco, and randomly met a fellow named Mike who has owned an Easy Motion Neo City Electric bike for about three years. He was on his way to the hardware store to pick up some lightbulbs and decided to ride his-ebike instead of driving. We chatted about his experience owning and using the bike to get around town and explored his accessories and modifications a bit. First, Mike explained that most people don’t even realize he is riding an electric bike because of how well the battery is integrated. The hub motor is also fairly compact and hidden (sandwiched between the cassette and disc brake at the rear). He parks the bike in his shed but brings the battery inside to charge it (which protects it from heat). His bike was in excellent shape because of how he stores it out of the weather and elements.
Mike also likes how adjustable the handlebar and stem are, you can raise or lower and even twist the bars all without a tool because of the adjustable stem on this ebike. I asked whether it had come loose at all (which I have heard can happen when riding over a lot of rough terrain) but he said it still felt very strong. He called the ergonomic grips and saddle comfortable but his saddle was starting to fade and peel a bit. Unlike some of the diamond high-step frames, Mike said he had no problem getting onto the bike because it is a step-thru.
Mike said that 99% of the time, he uses pedal assist and chooses the lowest option. His odometer said 1,400+ miles and he told me that he has ridden so far, he needed to get new tires put on at one point because the old ones were losing their tread. I asked whether he felt like he was riding more frequently because of his ebike and he said yes, he still gets a workout and he doesn’t get as hot and sweaty.
Accessories he added:
– Handlebar bottle cage adapter like this: http://amzn.to/2uycqqT
– Insulated CamelBak water bottle like this: http://amzn.to/2vwhoBX
– Clip-on front handlebar basket like this: http://amzn.to/2hUn9Gh
– Clip-on front handlebar bag like this: http://amzn.to/2vsy1jr
– Black bar mounted flick-bell like this: http://amzn.to/2fAek3Q
– A Blackburn trunk bag with panniers like this: http://amzn.to/2fAJfwP
Full review of the Easy Motion Neo City with specs and details: https://electricbikereview.com/easy-motion/neo-city/
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What do you think this Emazing Bike Apollo 93h3h Video Review – $2k, Lightweight, Hardtail, 29er video?
https://electricbikereview.com/emazing-bike/apollo-93h3h/ The Emazing Bike Apollo 93h3h is a lightweight, hardtail, 29er trail style electric bike with efficient motor and battery pack, it offers smooth, dynamic pedal assist and twist throttle. Nice 100 mm suspension fork with lots of adjustability (compression, preload, rebound, and lockout), durable nine-speed Shimano Acera drivetrain. Available in three frame sizes, priced reasonably at $2k, purpose-built frame hides wires and protects the controller unit in the downtube, powerful hydraulic disc brakes. The battery isn’t as nicely integrated into the frame, the throttle won’t activate until you turn the cranks, the display leaves a lot to be desired.
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What do you think this Felt Tote’M Video Review – Nimble, Light Duty Cargo Electric Bike, Shimano STePs video?
https://electricbikereview.com/felt/totem/ The Felt Tote’M is a light-duty electric cargo bike that can carry a single child seat on the long rear rack, available in three frame sizes, nimble handling, optional front rack. Not as heavy as other cargo e-bikes in part because of the Shimano drive system, it’s less powerful but also quieter than some competing motors. Excellent utility and safety thanks to fenders, a rack system that can be expanded through accessories, quality integrated lights, and a pair of matching pannier bags. The Shimano STePs motor used here isn’t as powerful as the Bosch motor (seen on the BRÜHAUL) but it doesn’t cost as much, Removable display and battery.
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What do you think this Magnum Metro Video Review – Fast, Comfortable, Value Electric Bike video?
https://electricbikereview.com/magnum/metro-step-thru/ The Magnum Metro is an approachable, mid-step, high-speed, urban electric bike with six levels of pedal assist plus throttle mode that can override with full power. Fairly comfortable with larger tires, a basic suspension fork, and cheap seat post shock… the ergonomic grips, gel saddle, and adjustable stem also help. Great safety features including a white frame option, reflective tires, and front and rear lights, however the lights require independent activation vs. being integrated. A bit heavier at ~58.4 lbs due to the high-capacity batteries, alloy fenders, and rack, the kickstand gets in the way at times, no bottle cage bosses, fixed display.
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What do you think this BULLS Cross E Video Review – Bosch Powered, Feature Rich, Cheap video?
https://electricbikereview.com/bulls/cross-e/ The BULLS Cross E is a well priced considering the quality Bosch-made electric drive system, four frame size choices, and three frame styles (high, mid, and low-step). Integrated LED lights and premium Continental tires with reflective sidewall stripes help to keep you visible in dark riding conditions. Packed with useful accessories such as fenders, an adjustable kickstand, adjustable stem, rack-mounted mini pump, and keyed-alike cable lock. The Bosch Active Line Cruise motor doesn’t offer as much torque but operates more quietly and conserves energy, rack-mounted battery positions weight high and rear vs. low and center.
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