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Currie Technologies Men's eZip Trailz Commuter Lithium Electric Bicycle, Black, 17-Inch

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  • Men's hybrid electric commuter bicycle with 450-watt DC Earth magnetic motor and seven-speed pedal-powered Shimano drivetrain
  • EV rated Real Force Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) RMB 24V 9.6Ah capacity pack with a long life design
  • Reaches speeds of up to 15 miles per hour with a 15 to 22 mile range (depending on rider weight, rider input and terrain)
  • User selectable PAS - pedal assisted throttle or TAG - Twist and Go full throttle system
  • Comfort ride bike styling in a diamond frame with suspension fork, mid-rise handlebars, adjustable stem and comfort saddle
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Product Description

The Trailz Commuter is getting people back on a bicycle with a utility twist. It's easy to use, multifunctional and an amazing value to boot. Powered by Currie's Electro-Drive system, the rider gets to choose either power on demand, throttle mode, or pedal assist with throttle override. The Trailz Commuter is the perfect bike for many uses from transportation to recreation. Its powerful Currie Electro-Drive system has 450 watts of power that provides plenty of torque to level hills and is powered by a Lithium battery pack that can easily be removed for charging or swapping. It can travel up to 15-22 miles with normal pedaling or about 10-15 miles with no pedaling at all at speeds of 15+ mph. You can easily double that range by adding an optional second battery pack. The eZip Trailz Commuter is equipped with a Real Force LiFePO4 RMB 9.6Ah capacity pack with a long life design.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 150 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00DCQ39O8
  • Item model number: EZ-TRZCOM-BK
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #753,496 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By rtpstang on September 28, 2013
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I'll write this review because I know how little is out there about this one with the lifepo4 battery and specifically the commuter. I was craving someone saying something about this.

I ordered it on amazon from amazon (as the seller also) for about $200 less than what you can currently purchase it for. I'm not sure if that was an accounting mistake, but it arrived about a month later. The initial ETAs given were very ambiguous (some time in the next 5-8 weeks).

Assembly was fairly straight forward: attach front tire w quick release, put in handlebars & seat, attach pedals & charge battery. I would offer it's fairly heavy to do some parts of that alone and it could easily scratch the brand new bike, so enlist a little help to keep it steady while you do some things.

Quality notes (on assembly and using it for a few days now)...

The rear fender was missing a screw that attaches it above the kickstand. It's a standard size screw that you'd use for a drink holder, so I borrowed one from the drink holder to attach it. It rattled without it (which drew my attention to it). I've called currie tech and they oddly said they don't have many parts (it's a simple screw!) but they'd submit a ticket and see if they could send me another.

The front fender seems bent a bit. I've tried bending it the right way and adjusting it all kinds of ways. It's not enough to cause any problems, but it does seem to detract from the appearance of good quality. This could just be mine though. Similarly the chain guard was bent, but that went back in to place without issue and looks fine now.

The battery indicator seemed to quickly say it was low on battery.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Sarthak Nayak on October 31, 2013
I wanted to buy a electric bike for commuting to my office which is about 9 miles from my house.
A regular mountain bike used to take about 45 minutes. So my requirement was like this:
1. A standard looking bike with spalsh guards and comfortable seat.
2. Should be electric, Lithium battery.
3. No range anxiety. Range anxiety in my terms means, it should have 2 separate batteries, no matter how far each one goes. Two separate batteries should be seamlessly integrated into the system, no major intervention needed to switch the battery.
4. Easily removable batteries.

Currietech.com has probably a hundred models, most of them are weired looking, I am not sure who their target audience is! I found only one model, that matches my requirement, "eZip Trailz Commuter", with some lacking features:
1. I wanted a brushless motor, it has a brushed outside motor.
2. Max speed is 15 mph

But these are the info I knew before I bought the bike and I thought I can live with it. When actually I started to ride it, here is the outcome. I have already counted 1000 miles as I write.

Bad:
1. The biggest pain is the rock hard twist throttle. Initially it might not feel as bad, but after holding is 45 minutes twice for a day, my right hand and wrist started a pain. But then I removed the circular spring from the original notch and it settled on the next notch. It took me an hour to fix, but its the only thing that let me continue to use the bike. I will attach images for more details on how to do it.

2. The bike is hard to push without the power. Everything seems good, the wheels are free, the motor is connected with a freewheel, so its not resisting any wheel movement. Brakes are good, but I dont know where the resistance is coming from.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Donna F. on July 6, 2014
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Just got this bike about 1 week and a half ago........I spent 2 months researching electric bikes before I decided on this one......One thing I noted for sure with my research is that you must go with the lithium battery compared to the acid type............So far there is nothing that I don't like about it..............First, small town cruising around is my forte for it's use..........So far it is ideal..........Specifics are: A spot I frequently took my regular bike too which took me 40 minutes to get there, on the Trailz I get there in 12 minutes...........that's a notable difference to me..........and the last half mile of the journey is somewhat of an uphill climb..........surprising to me I am liking the peddle assist mode much more than I thought I would...........For the uphill business I just use pedal assist and it goes up the hill with ease, may as well be home on the couch with my feet up in the air and air bicycling no more pressure than I have to use in pedaling. Also when pedaling you can also twist the throttle and it helps you move right along. ....Also, I can make the hill with TAS mode but it does move slower on a uphill climb in that mode............But I can say for sure I get up that slope a whole lot more easier than I used too on my regular bike...................especially with pedal assist, a piece of cake...........And the slope I refer too is a paved roadway. I'm going to give it a few more weeks and if nothing tweaks me in a bad way about the bike I'm going to start accessorizing the thing..................... .......................So far so good, I'm really glad I made the purchase, it will fully serve it's purpose in a big way..if things continue as is.............................................
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