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Cyclamatic Power Plus CX1 Electric Mountain Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery
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- Easy to use - Quick release battery. Quick release front wheel. Safe to ride in the rain. Minimal assembly (under 5 mins). Quick change Shimano gears
- Incredible performance - 28 miles range on normal terrain. Reach speeds of up to 15 mph. Upgraded lithium-ion battery - 36V
- This bike does not have a twist throttle, it is powered with pedal assist instead.
- Comfort - Padded saddle. 21-speed Shimano gears for a smooth ride. Kenda Tyres. Front suspension.
- Suitable for user 5ft 4 / age 14 upwards
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CYCLAMATIC POWER PLUS CX1 Electric Mountain Bike with Li-ion Battery
The original Power Plus model was one of the most popular in its class, introducing the joy and practicalities of e-bikes to a huge audience around the world. The CX1 builds on that success, adding a NEW more powerful brushless motor, a NEW upgraded battery, a 21-speed gear system, and improved reliability. The steel frame, strong brakes, suspension and quick-shift gears offer all the qualities of a premium mountain bike with the added feature of three pedal assist modes.
EASY TO USE
The Class 1 pedal assist CX1 is really easy to use. As soon as you start to pedal the powerful NEW upgraded 250W motor kicks in, making travel faster and easier than a standard bike.
The CX1 features three levels of pedal assist, low, medium and high, selected by simple handlebar controls. It also has a 21-speed quick change Shimano gear system for easier inclines and a quick release front wheel for transportation and storage.
Minimal assembly is required upon delivery (under 5 minutes).
The NEW upgraded rechargeable Li-ion battery is easy to remove and recharge. Using the balance charger (included), a full charge (4 - 6 hours) provides approximately 25 - 31 miles travel on normal terrain at speeds of up to 15 mph.
The battery is fully sealed so the bike can be ridden in all weather conditions, rain or shine.
Suitable for most terrains including inclines, it can also be used as a standard pedal bike.
STYLE & COMFORT
Featuring the latest in mountain bike design, the 19” steel frame has a bright silver brushed finish.
Fitted with a padded saddle, front suspension, quality 26” Kenda Tyres and 21-speed Shimano gears for a smooth, comfortable ride.
Common spare parts are available.
- 19" Steel Frame
- 26" Wheels (Quick Release Front)
- NEW 250W Brushless Motor
- NEW 36V 8.8Ah Li-ion Battery (Fully Sealed, Quick Release)
- Balance Charger (4 - 6 Hrs Full Recharge)
- Padded Saddle
- Front Suspension
- Disc Brakes
- Kenda Tyres
- 21-speed Shimano Gears
- Bell & Reflectors
Max. Speed: 15 mph
3 Level Assist Modes: Low - Medium - High
Avg. Distance (Per Full Charge): 25 - 31 miles
Dimensions: 67" (L) x 25" (W) x 51" (H)
Product Weight: 47 lb
Seat Height Range: 31.5" - 35.5"
Max. User Weight: 220 lb
Suitable for ages 14+ / Height 5'4"+
Package Dimensions: 54" (L) x 10" (W) x 30" (H)
Package Weight: 63 lb
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From the holes in the shipping package it appeared this may have been used before with poor packing by the previous customer. So I packed it back and returned it for replacement. After one more week waiting I received the second bike and this one appeared to be a new bike with no holes in the shipping box. Assembled it and stat riding it.
For two months I had fun with the bike and loved it until it stopped working. The controls lid up but no power with a full charge. At this point I was about to write a 4 star review but with the breakdown I decided not to. Long story short I sent the bike for repair. They promised 3 days to repair and return or replace if they can’t fix it. They could not fix it so I received another new bike – after another week of waiting.
The third one seems to be factory packed with much better packing. I also learned the instruction book was greatly improved and the charger was a new design as well. So excitedly I assembled the bike and went for a ride.
So far after one 8 miles ride, it seems to be working O.K. If this one stays healthy for the next 2-3 years I’ll be happy to give a 4 stars because when the bike is working it is a joy to ride – specially around the hilly area I live which would make regular biking nearly impossible for my age.
But the verdict is still out on how this bike performs in the coming weeks. I will give an update if something goes wrong - or in a few months if it stays healthy.
Fixed typos from the previous review.
Painted wheels with plastidip for a discrete look.
Bicycle still running strong. Felt from it a couple times and needed to get new pedals.
Battery gave up in January, but as I bought extended warranty it got covered and the manufacturer shipped a new one within a few days.
Following the recommendation of a previous reviewer, I'm leaving mine to support future shoppers.
Price. You can't really buy a "good" bicycle for less than 1k. This one for 700 shipped to your door is a bargain!
No gasoline; no license; no expensive insurance!
It's really well-built. No cheap plastics around but the mudguards.
The soldering is very precise with no sharp edges nor ugly (uneven) marks
The bike has some sort of sensor that knows when you start pedaling, so the engine will give you a "boost" when going uphill or starting from a full-stop, which is amazing.
The bike performs great when going uphill, while on the highest gear (7) I could claim that I was going straight. I could go without using the pedal but the engine is a supporter only and would suffer. Remember that this isn't a motorcycle.
You can turn off the motor but the bike will feel extra heavy, the catch is that you're recharging it while cycling with the engine off. Set on a lower gear and keep rocking!
Very good-looking shiny silver. Plan in painting it black to be more discrete.
7 gears that are easy to use and fast to change. Very intuitive but I kept turning the motor off on my first day.
The front brake is extra strong! Don't use in case of emergency of you will front-flip it.
Battery-charge indicator is not precise. Sometimes it was yellow then went back to green. I was pedaling but not fast enough to recharge it.
The seat is uncomfortable. Extra rough ride. I have a full suspension mountain bike and maybe I'm spoiled.. but every crack from the road transfer to the bike.
Not really stable when going downhill or at high speeds. Maybe just some tuning needed but I didn't feel safe.
It's heavy. Like 60 pounds.. so when you need to bring it upstairs, consider it good arms workout. Even without the battery, the bike is heavy.
The chain slipped three times on my first ride. Will need some adjustment.
1: This bike came in a single huge 60lb box. There is a picture of it with banana for scale.
2: Bike came well protected, although can be seen in one of the pictures that the gear poke a hole thru the double cardboard. There is styrofoam protecting the wheels and front fork.
3: Some pieces that come with it, alongside the instruction manual and some tools to help to assemble (extra tools are needed to fully assemble).
4: It comes with all cables already connected, just need to assemble handlebar (picture of adjustable handlebar level - great for tall people). Make sure to tight properly
The mudguard is the only annoying part to assemble.
Spent almost two hours assembling it in order to learn the position of each screw and understand the cabling. You will need around 30mins only.
It is said that the battery is full but recommend charging before the first ride, which I did. Charged for around 2h until charger light was green, then I took it for a 20 miles test drive: Wow.. feels like a motorcycle! I mean.. not really, 250w
I'm currently in love with the bike and plan in retiring all my other toys that aren't as fun (and environmentally friendly) as this.
I do recommend it.
First thing, the bike is really nice. Not just for the price, but for any bike. The components are top notch, it looks nice, shifts great, coasts well and rides smooth. This could also be from having it shipped to a local bike shop for assembly and inspection (a great Amazon perk). After ordering, it arrived at the bike shop in the standard two days and was ready to pick up three days after that (5-6 days after ordering). The battery was charged on arrival, so I was able to have someone drop me off at the shop to ride it home.
Here are some of the main questions I had before that I can address now:
How does the 15mph governor function? Basically, 15mph is the max speed (on flat ground) if you want to put zero effort in. You still have to pedal for the assist to kick on, but you're essentially just moving your legs up and down with no resistance. If you put in some effort, you can maintain 20mph on flat ground pretty easily. The motor is helping, but that's a pretty good pace for minimal effort. I bike 9.5 miles each way to work, with about 800ft elevation change each way, and I can get home in 30 minutes, blowing past the most professional-looking of road bikers along the way.
Can tall people ride this smaller frame? I am 6'3" 190lb, and when I picked this up from the shop, the person at the desk looked at me and the bike and asked if I was going to be able to ride it. Even with the seat at max height, it's small for someone my height. HOWEVER, the two items below can easily fix this for cheap. The install of the handlebar risers and the extra long seat stem took a total of 30 minutes, and it feels amazing riding this bike now.
How does pedal assist affect total range? Granted, I've only put 120 miles on the bike so the batteries are still fresh, but I have gone as far as 28 miles with the indicator still showing 50%+ battery life. I always pedal pretty hard because I enjoy the workout, but I think it's good to know that if I'm putting in the effort I could easily do 50 miles.
How hard is it to pedal without battery assistance? I expected the extra weight of the battery and electronics to make it difficult, but was pleasantly surprised to find it is just like riding any other bike. This is probably due to the nice components and tires that it comes with. I usually leave assist on low (high to keep moving up big hills), but it's a relief to know that if I ever did lose battery power for any reason it wouldn't be an issue getting home.
Overall, I love the bike and I look forward to my commute every day. I highly recommend this bike, and if you're considering an e-bike, I highly recommend taking the plunge on this entry level bike. They are environmentally friendly, and they are still as hard of a workout as you want to make them. Just make sure to get a nice helmet!