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Cyclamatic Power Plus Electric Mountain Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery

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List Price: $1,900.00
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  • Lithium-Ion Battery with 30 mile range
  • Operate 3 different modes
  • Easy to use
  • Mountain Bike Frame
  • Includes battery charger
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Product Description

17" mountain bike frame (suitable for use for riders between 5 ft 2 in and 6 ft 2 in). Adjustable height seat raises to up to 43" from the ground. 26" wheels with stainless steel spokes- the benchmark in strength, finish and weight. New Lithium-ion battery provides huge power (up to 27 mile range with favorable conditions - no wind, flat terrain, light load, etc) and weighs a fraction of traditional lead-acid batteries. Also won't suffer "memory effect" and has a very low self-discharge rate. Upgraded power output from battery - 24 volts and 10 amps, considerably better than the existing 8A batteries commonly used. Fully sealed battery is safe to use under most conditions. Includes battery charger. Can be used as a normal bike. Servo "anti-cling" safety brakes bring bike to a stop as quickly as possible. Samson Champion tires. Shimano Tourney SIS-Index gears. Quick release battery. Quick release front wheel. 7 speed Shimano gears with quick change. Front and rear mud guards. Bell and relfectors. Waterbottle. Legal for road use - no road or driving license required. Legally, no helmet or insurance required (although we recommend both). Suitable for riders from age 14. In full electric mode max weight should be under 310lbs, assist mode should be under 330lbs. Every Cyclamatic electric bicycle comes with a 12-month warranty against manufacturing defects in materials or workmanship on its frame, battery, controller and motor assembly. Bike weighs 60 lbs.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 60 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002AQHM3U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,581 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is an attractive well built bike.
Rvleo1
Yes, it's heavy if you are pedaling it without power, but it scoots along pretty good with the electric motor.
Lauri
I hope I don't have to trash the bike because I can't replace the battery.
Bongo Fury

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100 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Terminal Guard on August 6, 2009
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Let me first say that nothing can replace the fun of having a real bicycle or motorcycle.
Not recommended for children or in my option; anyone who has not already ridden a bike.

This bike came in a single box.

It was in four pieces that were easy enough to put together.
1. Main frame with the back tire attached
2. The seat
3. The handle bars
4. The front tire

If you can change a tire, you can put this thing together.
Didn't need the Assembly Guide, thought, if I had looked at it I would have discovered an easier way to put the tire on. (Useful in the future for changing any tire on a modern street bike)

It also comes with a general safety guide which explains the motor.
To me it was a bunch of "jebbi jabber." Maybe it's because it is summer and I can't understand anything in this heat.

The last thing that it comes with is an instruction manual for the batteries. I felt that this thing was a joke. Pages 1 and 2 were that same, half of page 5 is the same as page 6. I think this is due to the translation from China. The manual has no reflection on how I fell about the bike.

It took an hour to assemble, taking my time; some could probably do it quicker
When I turned the bike on, the lights said that the battery was charged. I gave the bake a test drive around the block in hopes that maybe it was... but as with most things, the battery did not come charged.

This does not affect the score either. Most things do not come charged and I would be a moron to assume otherwise. The bike loses points because the lights that tell you that the battery is charged does not give an accurate reflection as to how much power is in the bike.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By C. Lindquester on September 24, 2009
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I bought this bike based on Terminal Guard's review and for the most part I agree with him! However, through my experience the bike was easy to assemble and it is a well made bicycle. One of the problems I experienced is that I can only get around twenty miles to a charge of the battery. Much of that is due to the fact that I live in Oklahoma and strong winds are an everyday thing around here. The battery indicator near throttle is innacurate I would suggest a bike computer to help keep track of how many miles you travel unless you dont mind pedaling the rest of the way. Also the charger that I recieved does not charge in 2-3 hours it usually takes four and a half to five hours to charge. Last but not least I wish it had a rear shock absorber like most all mountain bike do these days! But dont let any of those small details stop you from buying this ebike it has been the best bikig experience I have had in years and have ridden it every day since I recieved it!
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Nornan Mullinix, Jr on October 6, 2012
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What prompted me to buy this bike was the stated weight limits of 330 pounds.
Well I can tell you it holds me and I'm 6ft3in. and 335 pounds. I've only had time to do a 3 mile ride but it was still in the green which means it had a full battery. It is ez to do 12 mph with the peddle assist mode. I did get up to 18mph for a while.
In motor only mode to my surprise it move me slowly at first but did get up to speed.

Update : my better half just did 21 miles with power to spare. She weighs in at 275 but you did not hear that from me.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Joseph A. Doucet on September 17, 2012
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This is the second electric bike that I have purchased. The price for both bikes was the same ~ $800 including shipping.

This bike is better. The other bike had several electrical problems that were related to sloppy construction. This bike has a 29v , 10 amp-hr battery, the other one was 29v, 8 amp-hr, even though it was advertised as a 36 v, 10 amp-hr one.

This bike has a more solid feel to it and I like the twist throttle for starting off up hill. I also like the on/ off switch on the handle bars so that it can be switched off on the flat or down hill. This extends the range. The 7 gears came well adjusted.

Problems include: flat tires on arrival, battery not charged, and the electrical signal wires from the brakes are a bit short. This wires broke the first time it put it on a bike rack and the handle bars swung in too wide an arc.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lazzman on May 2, 2012
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I bought this bike on Amazon. It was shipped quickly, and for free. The total cost was $699.00 The shipping box's top flap had been ripped open, but it had been resealed with straps. The bike's pedal's and battery charger were not packaged properly, but were loose in the shipping box.

I unloaded the shipping box, and all the parts were there in fairly good condition. The instructions for putting the bike together were poor, mainly photo's. It took me about an hour to put it together. It was nice that a small tool kit was included. It had most of the tools needed to assemble the bike. I charged the battery prior to its' first use.

On my first (and so far only) ride I found out that the bike is underpowered for me. I didn't ride on any hills, so its unknown if it will haul me up a hill on battery power only. I did ride on level ground, for about a mile. When I pedaled along with the motor I did well. When I only used the motor the bike took off very slowly, but got better as it built up speed. I think the motor power alone kept me at an average of 10 mph.

I recommend that better assembly instructions be included with the bike, and that the instructions include things such as how to fix / change a rear flat inner tube / tire. Also info on how to obtain spare parts, like another battery would be really nice. Overall a pretty good product at a GOOD price!
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