GIGABYKE GROOVE 48V 750W Eco-Friendly Electric Moped Scooter E-Bike- Black
|Price:||$1,399.95 & FREE Shipping|
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- The Gigabike Groove 750w Electric Motorized Bike goes up to 20 MPH and gets about 35 miles per charge (based on 120lbs rider, with pedal assistances on hills and a fully charged battery)
- Includes 48v, 14Ah Battery and Boasts a Top Speed of 20mph and a Range of up to 35 miles. 6 Hours to Fully Charge Battery. Max Rider Weight is 250 lbs.
- Street Legal- Most States Don't Require License, Registration, or Insurance in Most Areas *please check local laws and regulations
- Features: LED Headlight and Turn Signals, Digital Speedometer, Front Disc Brakes, and Smart Battery Charger
- Color: Black
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|Item Weight||28 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||150 pounds|
Have you ever wanted the feel of and reliability of a scooter without the strain of mixing oil and fuel? Those days are over with the GigaByke 750 Watt Groove Electric Scooter. Its brushless design makes it one of the most reliable electric motors around, and just in case your charge goes out there's a pedaling system to pedal you to the nearest outlet. This scooter has a 48v 14Ah Silicon battery and lasts about 35 miles on a single charge with a max rider weight of 250 lbs. With the ability to get up to 20 mph, the GigaByke Groove Electric Scooter is the perfect scooter for short commutes or a fun ride any day of the week!
Model Name: Groove
Max Rider Weight: 250 lbs.
Max Speed: 20 mph
Charging Time: 4-8hours
Motor Type: Brushless motor
Motor ( W ): 750 Watt
Distance Per Charge: 35 miles
Silicon battery: 48V, 14Ah
Cycle number of charge cycles:1200
Charger Input Voltage: 100-250V, 50/60hz
Wheel Base: 45 Inches
Net Weight: 176 lbs
Front/Rear Brake Type:Disc/Drum
Front/Rear Brake Control Type:Hand/Hand
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Power wise, the Gigabyke comes in at 750w whereas Jetson sits at 500w.
The Gigabyke comes with an LED front headlight and LED blinkers; Jetson has halogen front headlights and blinkers.
Both electric bikes come standard with front disc brakes, however, Gigabyke supplies hydraulic disc brakes rather than your average cable wire discs. This comes useful at sudden stops.
Hardware felt sturdy and the quality is noticeable on Gigabyke's end. No cheap plastic parts here.
Both electric bikes come standard with an LED speedometer, however, Gigabyke's reading comes in KM/H rather than MPH. I'm unsure if this can be changed, but if it can, I'll update my review with how.
On a full charge, I can get up to 35 miles with full power. I can probably get a few more with pedal assist, but I've never tried.
Honestly, its a better bike and I saved more than $400. Goes to show you that a bit of research will save you money down the line. Price differences usually differ between brand names and marketing. They have to cover costs somehow, right? Another good thing to note is the companies customer service! I've called in countless times to ask remedial questions and have been treated with superb service every time. Horrible customer service is usually a deal breaker for me. This company has gone above and beyond in my book. I've already recommended these bikes to everyone I know.
Update-been riding now for a couple weeks and really enjoying the bike more than expected. My wife got on back with me and it actually drove well. That's around 300 lbs total weight and still got up to 17 mph.
The bike just died a mile from my house and I luckily got it home with intermittent power. Customer service and I figured out it was loose wire on one of the batteries on the inside of the battery pack. This IS NOT a simple turnkey electric bike that goes together easily and the instructions are next to useless however; the bike runs great and pulls my 155 lbs butt to 21 mph with no effort. Hills are a tad slower though. One less star for the issues but the but overall, I’m very happy.
FYI; I have a car transport and the battery CAN be charged en-route with a 350 watt (or larger) 12 to 110 volt car inverter. Very handy keeping the battery topped off on trips.
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