A2B Lithium Ion 7 Speed Electric Bicycle By Ultra Motor 500w/36v **Upto 40 Miles on a Charge
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- Unassisted power on demand for up to 20 miles at a cruising speed of 20 mph.
- Easily upgraded to double its range to 40 miles with the addition of a secondary battery pack and increase its carrying capacity with the addition of baskets and rear carrier bags.
- 500 W Motor, 36 V Lithium Ion Battery built in to frame (Fully charges in 3.5 - 4 hours.)
- 3" Wide thorn resistant tires
- Full Suspension
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|Color||White, Black, Yellow, Blue, Silver|
|Frame Material Type||aluminum|
|Item Display Weight||72 pounds|
|Package Height||0 x 0 x 0 inches|
|Shipping Weight||90 pounds|
|Size||3" Wide Tires w/ 20" Rims|
Top Customer Reviews
Overall, I'm happy with this bike. It has a sturdy frame and well designed motor battery system. The bike will be enhanced by some upgrades and I'd recommend doing some research on various forums.
(do a search on "metro" or "ultramotor")
First, the original motors had problems and needed to be replaced. This was done under warranty. I also needed to upgrade the chargers, also under warranty. I think these issues have been resolved on the newer models.
The bike gives me a 20 mile range, more if you get the additional battery. I have seen reports of range up to 50 miles with two batteries. I like to pedal and use the accelerator at the same time. This keeps me at about 20mph. Some people have changed the crank to enhance their pedaling and I may consider this. It will go just as fast with pedaling or without. My wife is usually ahead of me and she rarely pedals her bike. I'd prefer a top speed of 30mph, but I think the laws have limited the top speed and motor horsepower.
I replaced the original soft Kenda tires with Shinko SR714 DOT approved tire, 2,25x16. This works well, but you may want a scooter store to do this, as it is a tight fit. I had had two flats with the original tires. This upgrade made my bike feel more solid and the rear suspension seemed to work better -- no chain rattle.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've put 1500 miles on this bike in one year. Yes the Kenda tires are garbage, found out on my very first ride. I don't think that they are even real tires. Replaced with 2. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MD Marion
I have been commuting with this bike for three years and still LOVE IT. Never a breakdown or a battery problem. The tires ARE thin and will get flats. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John P DiLorenzo
I have read many of the reviews and agree with a number of shortcomings
1: Brake pads need replacing at least twice a year (around $15 a pair give or take)
2: Back... Read more
This bike is built to seem sturdy in the store, but doesn't actually hold up to daily use on normal suburban streets and paved bike trails. Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by Jon E Watte
We originally where happy with our purchase, than we got it home.
All of the negatives you see mentioned are absolutely true. Read more
I own the A2B Metrociti, a very similar model to this one, and have been riding it for a year for a total of @2000 miles. I definitely recommend the bike on a lot of counts. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Alec Shuldiner
I've owned my A2B Metro for 3.5 years. With around 7000 miles on the odo.
Since I was one of the earliest customers there were many many warranty replacements the first... Read more
I have been searching for the perfect solution to my 7 mile-each-way commute to work and back. Gas, parking fees (I work at a university), and exercise were my reasons for... Read morePublished on July 5, 2012 by Brad Gilpin
i bought 2 of these bikes 2 years ago and find them to be very good...except for the flat tires as many have mentioned... i'm old and a diabetic...so... Read morePublished on March 25, 2012 by buj