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Currie EZip Trailz Men's Electric Bike


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  • 450-watt of power from a DC Earth magnetic motor
  • Real transportation speeds up to 15-mph (24-km/h)
  • Comfortable riding, unisex LSH design with suspension fork and removable battery pack
  • Comfort design bars and stem, plus comfort saddle
  • Suitable for young adult to adult; do not exceed 240-lbs (109-kg)
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Product Description

Bicycles are a terrific mode of transportation, but sometimes you just need a little extra push while getting around town. Enter the eZip Trailz men's electric comfort bike, which is equipped with a 450-watt DC earth magnet motor and a 24-volt rechargeable battery. Far cleaner than gas-powered scooters but zippier than a traditional bike, the Trailz will get you from point A to B in no time at all, but won't guzzle gas or belch pollutants in the process. The battery offers a range of 15 to 22 miles per charge, so you can make it back and forth to the grocery store several times without running low on power. And once you're on the road, the Trailz boasts a top speed of 15 miles per hour (contingent on the rider weight)--plenty fast enough for most bike-friendly city streets. Is your work commute too far to walk but close enough that a car seems wasteful? Turn to the Trailz, which comes with a rear rack to carry groceries and other gear.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 80 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001PH6JFW
  • Item model number: EZ-TRZ-GY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #479,746 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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This gets me there fast and as a bonus I get a 15 mph breeze to keep me cool.
C. Wolfe
You should also adjust the derailleur before riding around on it too much, you may need to go down to the bike shop to get this done.
Commander WIlliam T. Riker
Last point charge the battery before first use AND after each use-- if you dont the battery will die young.
john

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79 of 85 people found the following review helpful By girl from TN on November 3, 2009
After three test-rides, and having contemplated retro-fitting one of our existing bikes with a Currie electric drive, we decided to go ahead and purchase this bike. As the adage goes, "you get what you pay for" - which is certainly the case with this bike. I didn't expect top-of-the-line componentry, but I did expect better functionality with certain aspects of the build.

As I've ridden it around town, I found that the shifting is a bit clumsy - even after numerous adjustments to the derallieur. I was also aware of the total weight when I purchased it - nearly 70 lbs when one battery is installed - and have come to the conclusion that it is NOT a bike an average person can easily ride around without frequently using the electric assist; it's really a tank (even compared with my Xtracycle loaded with 50 lbs of groceries). I also was sad to discover that my Sunlite pannier could not be attached to the non-battery side of the rear rack because the hooks (on panier) are not set wide enough apart to span the battery placement gap. Another everyday annoyance is the fact that there is no quick-release lever on the front wheel making it a pain if you need to remove the wheel (flat, transport, etc.).

Maybe I can overlook most of the above, but the real headaches came when I got a flat on the rear tire. There is nothing - in Currie's documentation or on their website - that gives any indication on how to remove the rear wheel when you need to replace a tube. I searched forums and everywhere else I could, and came learn that in order to remove the rear wheel, you have to REMOVE THE ENTIRE MOTOR ASSEMBLY - which is not a simple procedure.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Leo Franklin on July 11, 2009
I've had this bike for about a week and like it so far. My observations are listed below and I plan on updating the review as my experience changes:

- Weight:
The bike is really heavy, 52 lbs without the battery and 65 pounds with it. Which means most of us will need another person to help lift it! I would recommend against it if you have to take up a flight of stairs to an apartment. So, go for it only if you can park this on street level.

- Charging:
Battery charger sometimes turns from Red to Green in less than the 6 hours recommended, doing this will leave you with a partially charged battery. I recommend leaving it in for at least 6 (or preferably 8) hours to ensure it is fully charged.

What could Curry have done better?

- Grips:
The handlebar grips are too small and not comfortable for long rides. I'm not sure there is a way to change them since the right grip works as an accelerator, but I will look into alternatives.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By john on June 12, 2010
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This bike is a lot of fun, particularly for an older person(me)and compared to other electric bikes it's a bargain. If you want exercise use the pedal assist mode. You push a button, start pedalling, the motor kicks in and then it feels like your you've got a tailwind. If you want to be lazy push the button again and just twist the throttle and it goes-- no pedalling required. The downside is that without pedalling you eat up the battery alot faster. The motor is pretty quiet - a kind of low whine and it doesnt seem to turn heads or startle anyone on bike paths. Squeeze a break lever and the motor cuts out and its possible to ride it like a regular bike. But this bike is heavy, so without the motor you need to use the gears and put more effort into pedalling. Assembly was not bad -just handlebars and front wheel, but i did have to fiddle with the brake adjustments. The owners manual covers the adjustments, but if you're tool challenged get help. The bike is also upgradable (battery, tires, seats ,seatposts, etc) check out the ebike forums for details. Last point charge the battery before first use AND after each use-- if you dont the battery will die young.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Commander WIlliam T. Riker on April 22, 2010
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I have owned this bike for just over a week now and I have to say I'm liking it, I give it good marks for:

Speed: The motor can propel the bike more than twice as fast as I could possibly pedal it, and the motor doesn't get winded.

Solid construction: The bike "feels" very tough and durable. Ding resistant due to the steel frame.

Mileage: With no pedaling at all, you can expect to get about 10-12 miles per battery per charge. helping it up hills and inclines of course extend the battery life.

The bad news:

It's heavy: Most of the weight is the batteries, I take them and my basket (which I added) off before trying to get this thing upstairs to my apartment.

Currie doesn't seem to be that great about stocking their warehouse with batteries. Right after ordering this, I snapped up one of the last few batteries (to use to double my range) that Amazon had on hand. The Currie store has been out since March and told me when I called that they hoped to have more in by April. You'll enjoy this bike a lot more with two batteries, but it should get you around a small town just fine even with one.

The batteries say charge fully before use, but the light turns green and they won't charge. I ended up taking them out for a spin to run them down before charging. The first three cycles, you should drain the battery and recharge it completely. The range will suck at first until the battery is broken in. (Say 5-6 miles at first, by the third charge you should be getting the full 10-12). Remember after the break ins, to plug the batteries in for charging after any ride no matter how short, never store the battery with less than full charge, they are expensive and you WILL ruin them if you attempt this.
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