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Prodeco V3 Outlaw SS Speed Electric Bicycle, Candy Orange Metallic, 26-Inch/One Size
|Price:||$2,199.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- SRAM X9 8 Speed Mid Derailleur
- SRAM XO Twist 8 Speed Shifter and Avid Elixir 5 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
- Rear Direct Drive 48V 750 Watt Motor
- 51.2V 9 Ah LiFePO4 32 Cell Battery
- 28 MPH and 18-20 Mile Distance
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|Brake Style||Mechanical Disc|
|Color||Candy Orange Metallic|
|Frame Material Type||aluminum|
|Item Display Weight||80 pounds|
|Item Weight||64 pounds|
|Package Height||10.25 x 43.25 x 75 inches|
|Shipping Weight||80 pounds|
|Size||26-Inch / One Size|
Top Customer Reviews
Let me get this out of the way because its the only thing that I think sucks that hasn't easily been resolved by a quick addition, mod, or replacement. Even though I'm used to it now, it doesn't have a kickstand. It does have a mounting place for a kickstand, but when I took it to a bike shop, all the kickstands were too short. I measured and you'd need a minimum of a 14inch kickstand because the Outlaw sits that high from the ground. You'd likely have to mount a dual leg scooter kickstand on it if you wanted one. I've yet to find one though. I did hear Prodeco is designing one for the Outlaw SS, but they did not confirm or deny when I asked about it. They did tell me motorcycle kickstands, like the A2B one for example would fit, but also may be too heavy for the frame (meaning it will possibly decrease top speed). They also said they wouldn't warranty any damage that may be done from a kickstand, if it was the cause of any problems. Google motorcycle A2B kickstand. unfortunately, I've yet to buy and try to install it.
The bike is powerful. I can easily pedal it up to 30mph on flat surface. I clocked my max speed on it so far (going downhill) at 35mph. Going up hill on the steepest part of a long bridge I cross, it still goes 22mph without pedaling. I'm talking about a steep bridge that I see most regular bikers stop and walk their bikes over the peak because they can't pedal over.Read more ›
- Very quiet. Hikers do not hear you coming up the hill
- Good power
- Long battery life
- stiff suspension
- very hard seat
- the bike shut down twice on my first ride but has not happened in 4 rides after.
Update on June 3rd, 2013 - The Outlaw electric motor has a chattering noise and rim motor shuts down very quickly. It happened on a ride when the battery was at 40% I charged it full and it still will not working. I have had the bike now since March 18th I just tried unplugging the three prong connector pig tail to the rim motor and that fixed the problem. I am back on the trails.
The replacement was a process I felt was moderately difficult, but nonetheless, adequately described in the manual and took 20-30 minutes to complete. Now, would I be able to rely on this new motor? So far, the answer is yes. I have put hundreds of miles on the bike since then and have not had any more major issues.
The shifter was not tuned at the factory as it should have been. I finally got it “good enough” but it still should be professionally tuned.
Other minor issues. I consider these to be shortcomings not at a scale requiring warranty replacement or making me not “love” the bike and give it 5 stars
The vertical battery brackets, while sufficient and very sturdy are going to come loose in the course of time. I took the time to loosen all the bolts and apply Gorilla glue with a Q-tip to all the contacts. Needless to say, these bolts will not require any more regular service.
Chain slap. Based on the way I have the gears tuned, the chain slaps a lot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just opened the delivery box containing PRODECO bike I ordered 8 days ago. I want to report that the chief complaints about this product have been resolved. Read morePublished 16 days ago by sfkjeld
I have always loved bike riding, but when I got arthritis in my right knee, that was it. No more pedaling without extreme pain. I thought I would never ride again. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark C
Affordable and feature rich
Soft long travel front fork with 140mm of travel
Great hydraulic disc brakes with oversized 200mm rotors great for stopping... Read more
First off, the packaging was incredible! Everything was locked down tight and nothing shifted while in transit. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Neil
I commute with this bike to work all year long (and I live in Wisconsin). I've had it for about 14 months and have put 2000 miles on it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Aaron Mazzone
I would give the bike 4 stars because I have really enjoyed riding it. In short, great power for the price. However, I would give Prodeco customer service 1 star. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Matthew D Weber
Have not been able to ride it much, so it is hard to rate it. What I can say is it arrived damaged. The tire went flat (hole was on the inside of tube) on the first ride. Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by Richard Follett
the outlaw bike comes without a kickstand and I looked a long time for one that would fit. then I found one that works very well on ebay. here is the site.[...]Published on September 5, 2013 by jed