- Shipping Weight: 82.2 pounds
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- ASIN: B0090IBMGO
- Item model number: EZ-TRZ-BL-W
- Average Customer Review: 90 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #618,862 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Currie Technologies eZip Women's Low Step-Thru Trailz Electric Bicycle, Blue
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- Women's hybrid electric bicycle with 450-watt DC Earth magnetic motor and seven-speed pedal-powered Shimano drivetrain
- User selectable PAS--pedal assisted throttle or TAG Twist and Go full throttle system
- Reaches speeds of up to 15 miles per hour with a 15 to 22 mile range (depending on rider weight, rider input, and terrain)
- Designed for comfort with suspension fork, mid-rise handlebars and stem, and comfort-design saddle
- Suitable for young adults up to adult riders with a 240-pound capacity
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|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Package Height||11 x 33 x 52.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||82.2 pounds|
|Standover Height||50.8 centimeters|
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.
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Charged the battery with a neat little charger overnight, and bingo all was ready to go, and it worked fine.
Battery can be either locked on the bike, or removed easily, to take inside. It's a nice package - just right.
I wanted a bike for my wife, (retired) as we have steep hills, and for short trips to the library, community center etc, taking the car was not always ideal.
She has been delighted with her first trials, it "zooms" her up the hill no problem. for me, over 220 lbs, it goes well, but I need to pedal up hill, and the 7 gear shift system works OK.
On the pro side:
- Price seems excellent. I definitely did not want to spend 1000$ let alone up to 4000+. What on earth do they put to hike the price that high.
This bike was just rightly priced.
- The motor power is great. Most bikes are 250 watts, this has 450 watts, a clear advantage for our hills.
AND has a dual powering system, being TAG - a Twist and Go, which is like a throttle, and you adjust the power by more or less twist on the handle bar. The 2nds system is PAG, for Pedal and Go, where the power steps in a second or so after you start peddling, and you feel a nice and quite powerful "push" from the motor. The TAG gives you the full 450 watts when fully "Twisted" and apparently the PaG give you half power.
Mind you the half power is what other expensive bikes have, and some dont have the TAG option. I like this bike.
- The Battery is a cheap lead acid, not the expensive Lithium sort (Lithium by the way costs about the same as the full bike and battery put together, and with less power capacity!) which is fine. The lead acid battery is somewhat heavy (16 lbs 7 kgs).
A nice option, is that there is place for 2 batteries, so that you can double the distance, if thats what you want. No hassle, just order the 2nd battery and plug in the other side, all is ready.
- It even has a front "suspension". Not too sure why for a city bike.
- It seems very strongly built, simple, but strong, has the minimum required, and gets you around (at good speed!) I added front and back lights, as well as a basket in front, plus mud-guards, as my wife would definitely not be pleased to get soaked, if it rained, with the wheels showering up at her. Why the supplier did not add these cheap mud guards, or a basic tyre pump is somewhat a question, but it is a cheap bike.
On the Negative side:
- The weight is huge. this is a very heavy bike, and it's not just the battery. Big wheels, tires, huge frame, suspension plus the motor and battery - it weighs a ton ( 35 kgs/ 70lb or so). No way can my wife lift the back wheel off the ground. No going up stairs for sure. Why ? Even to get into the back of the car will require some strong arms and effort.
But you can say, well if the motor pushes you, no problem - agreed. but be warned, if you live on the 2nd floor or higher and need to take the bike up, forget it.( not my case fortunately) Also if you go further than the battery limit, pedaling will be tough.
- my second gripe is the owner's manual: Who ever wrote this? it is the most confusing manual I have ever seen. First,1 manual for about 7 different bikes, and it's all mixed up, quite detailed (which I like) But you are not sure which bike you are referring to.
The The assembly instruction come at page- 59 ! logical ??. Worse, they give misguided info on the batteries ( page 42-43. On page 42 they say immediately re-charge the battery after use. Correct, lead acid batteries dont like being discharged in full, or being left discharged.
Then they say "do I need to break in my batteries ?" yes! what? thats the best way to ruin a lead acid battery. I hope the manufacturer- retailer sees this, and produces I manual for each type of bike, and make a clear distinction between battery types.
The twist control ring is quite small, so it's just the thumb and first finger which are involved. That could become tiring after a while, or if you have some rheumatism. Why not a full handle grip for the power? (which by the way goes the wrong way, you twist away from you to go forward!)
I'll put 4- star if they correct the manuals - and taken off 1 star or a bit more for the weight. Surely they could have a lighter bike, and saved costs at the same time! I am not looking for a super light bike, but 25-28 kgs, without battery is somewhat exceptional.
- on a lesser side, It was a bit of a bother to have to go get a pump for the tires, and mud guards + lights. I also had to go back and ask for the battery terminal cover, which they mention but did not supply. a bit mean ! But maybe I am being difficult, as with a low cost bike, cant have it all, and these items dont cost much.
I ordered separately a helmet and locking device with my order, which I expected.
I'll come back if I have problems after some time.
First, a negative: It's very heavy. The batteries are heavy too.
Now the positives: It's so easy to ride. On a flat surface, I can peddle all day. No straining or discomfort. When I go up the hills, I can peddle until I feel it is too hard to do, then switch to peddle assist or simply use the throttle. The heaviness of the bike feels secure to me when I am riding.
I do wish that I could adjust the speed of the peddle assist. I feel that it moves me along too fast when I am riding with friends who are moving under their own power. It gets me around easily from the first day. I was fortunate to have someone assemble it for me as I think it was beyond my abilities to do.
The batteries lock in place for when I wish to stop and get a soda or dash inside somewhere.
The fun it has brought to me makes me feel like I'm 10 years old again with my new toy. And I feel confident riding it anywhere.
Beware: The manual says and the company confirms "Don't get it wet". This is a big drawback for a commuter bike and was a surprise to me.
Otherwise it is nice to ride and is a good entry model.
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