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Prodeco V3 Outlaw SS Speed Electric Bicycle, Candy Orange Metallic, 26-Inch/One Size
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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 Weight||64 pounds|
|Package Height||10.25 x 43.25 x 75 inches|
|Shipping Weight||80 pounds|
|Size||26-Inch / One Size|
Prodeco Technologies Outlaw SS Electric Bike- 9 Ah Lithium Powered, 28 mph, 18-20 Mile Range, 2 Year Warranty, Built in the USA A New Way to Bike The stunning Outlaw SS, one of the first muscle e-bikes on the market, was born to become the newest American icon. This Candy Orange Metallic version of the hot new Outlaw Series carries a top speed of 28 mph, which is guaranteed to take your riding experience beyond the wildest of e-bike imaginations. Equipped with a 750-watt, rear direct-drive hub motor, which delivers 1200 watts at peak, and a range of up to 20 miles per charge, the racy Outlaw SS features a double-crown magnesium suspension fork and SRAM 8-speed X9/X0 drive train along with high-powered Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic disc brakes and Avid 200mm HS1 rotors. Brakes of this caliber are highly rare on any electric bike, much less one that retails at this price level. The rigid frame of aircraft-grade aluminum is well suited for more aggressive riders, and the leather grips and Gyes leather saddle provide outstanding comfort. What’s more, the Outlaw SS includes frame mounts for water bottles and fenders. These are welded either directly to or through the frame. In so many ways this impressive, rock-solid bike was created to break the rules. Dispose of your motorcycle and climb aboard an Outlaw SS today. USA Built - All Prodeco Technologies electric bicycles are designed, assembled and quality controlled in the USA. Bicycles are produced on a daily basis in Prodeco's Florida facility. This allows for all components including batteries to remain 100% fresh and the latest stock. Lifetime Frame, 2 Year Components Warranty Loaded With Features - Candy Orange Metallic Rigid Aluminum 26" Frame - Double Crown Magnesium 140mm Fork - Thumb Throttle - Avid Elixir 5 Hydraulic Disc Brakes and Avid 200mm HS1 Rotors - Avid Elixir 5 Brake Lever - Continental Trail King 26 x 2.4 Tires and Triple Box Wide 32mm Rims - SRAM XO Twist 8 Speed Shifter - SRAM X9 8 Speed Mid Derailleur - SRAM S600 42Tx170 PS Crankset - Gyes Black Leather Saddle - 51.2V 9Ah LiFePO4 32 Cell Battery - Rear Direct Drive 48V 750W Motor - 28 mph Speed - 17-20 Mile Distance - 62 lbs A Better Lithium Battery LifePO4 batteries are more stable, charge at higher amps and don't deteriorate in high temperatures unlike most current lithium ebike batteries on the market. Ready To Roll Easy assembly; tighten one stem bolt, insert the seatpost and the bike is ready to go Made In the USA All Prodeco Technologies Electric Bicycles are designed, built, and quality-tested in the USA.
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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. I can pop wheelies like a motorcycle with this thing and actually it almost flung out from under me once when I did it. I doubt you could get the bike over 35mph though because you have to pedal assist it faster than 28mph (30mph with mild effort) and at the highest gear you just can't move your legs any faster to assist any more, it would have to have a higher/harder gear. Speaking of that, the bike has 7 gears. I leave it in the highest/hardest gear 95% of the time because as soon as you hit the throttle, you'll need the highest gear within 5 seconds to be able to get it any faster than its 28mph top speed since the sucker accelerates so fast. It would accelerate even faster if you changed the tires to street tires instead of the super knobby Trail Kings it comes with. You can put any 26in tire on it. The Trail Kings are just really wide (2.4in) and handle non paved surfaces very well. If you are only going to be on roads and sidewalks, Predeco recommended Kevlar Street Tires, such as Continental Traffic Tires.
The specs say 18-20 miles on a full charge (4 hours) if you don't pedal at all. If you pedal along with it, you will get a lot more miles out of it. I've gone for 3 or 4 hours straight on it several times and never fully depleted the battery.
I'm 6.2 and 195lbs. The bike has a 19 inch adjustable frame. It is pretty big and heavy (62lbs). It feels constructed for a strong and large person. If I were short and weak, I think it would be too much bike for me to handle. It certainly is not for kids that aren't full grown. I believe Prodeco recommends riders of height from 5.9-6.5 for this model and its handle bars and seat will adjust to that height range. I've adjusted mine higher than what is comfortable for my 6.2 height and had to lower it, so I can easily see it fitting up to a 6.5 person.
Get ready for compliments and LOADS of attention. This bike is tough looking like a Harley and at the same time sleek like a Ferrari. There's not one single time I've taken it out and not gotten at least 1 compliment or person asking me questions about it. I live near a beach and typically hear people yell nice bike and crowd around me to check it out when I park it at bike racks. My dad says its the nicest bike he's ever seen. A kid said to his friend "Now that's a bike" the other day. They should sell this bike with ear plugs because you will get sick of every single person you see with it drilling you. I'm at the point now where I pretty much ignore everyone when I ride and pop in ear phones and just jam to music. I've got a nice 350Z convertible and the attention I get from this bike is at least 10 fold more than that car. That being said, get a really good lock and never leave it outside overnight.
I've had no problems at all with this bike, but I was warned by another Prodeco owner not to get the motor wet. He said a sprinkler sprayed his motor off an on while he went in a store for a couple minutes and he had to go get it drained and repaired. That kind of goes without saying though. It has an electric motor. Last time I checked electric and water don't mix well. That's kind of a given. I have rode mine in the rain for about 5-10 minutes at a time though and had no problems afterwards. I just wiped it down when I got home. Thankfully, water sprays out off the tire onto the rest of the bike instead of inward to the center of the back tire where the motor is, so I think anyone will be fine as long as they don't leave it laying on its side on the ground out in the rain for a while or have someone directly spray water on the motor.
Here are some links to all the mods I have easily and successfully installed on my Outlaw SS. They add up to around $250-$300 total and leave you one bad ass Motha Outlaw!!! FYI-The more expensive components snap off so you can take them with you when your bike is parked. I uploaded pictures of my Outlaw to the product page's Image Gallery [...]
1) Speedometer/Odometer mounted on handlebar neck (although you could just use a speedometer app on a GPS enabled smartphone if you didn't want to mount one like I did). I noticed this one always says you are going about 2mph slower than what you are actually going, but it was reasonably priced and its nice to have a clock right in front of you. CatEye Urban Wireless Bicycle Computer CC-VT220W It is hard to see at night though and for some reason, my headlight causes interference when I turn it on. A Garmin Edge 500 Cycling GPS would be more accurate, but it was more than what I wanted to spend since I use an Android phone app called Ulysse Speedometer to do most of the same stuff.
2) Hornit-loudest quick release horn I could find. I've scared people down on there ass blasting it behind them on sidewalks. Hornit dB140 Cycle Horn with Remote Trigger
3) Expilion 700 Headlight-Nice quick release headlight. Very bright. People said they thought a car was behind them. Cygolite Expilion 700 Lumen USB Rechargeable Bicycle Headlight, Black, One Size
4) Bike Alarm - There's not a great variety of these, but this one does a good job for the price. ePathDirect® Bike Bicycle Security Alarm 110dB Audible Sound Lock
5) Cup holder and cup (No link because I bought those from bike store although any standard ones would likely fit).
6) Gel Suspension Seat- Yes, you will definitelyely want to replace the standard seat. This one is great. The standard seat will leave your ass hurting for days. Serfas Full Suspension Hybrid Bicycle Saddle
7) Suspension Seat Post - Prodeco sent me one of these for free Zoom Suspension Seat Post
8) Blue valve stem tire lights - look bad ass at night ZITRADES Patent product 2Pcs Aluminium material Blue LED Flash Tyre Wheel Valve Cap Light for Car Bike bicycle Motorbicycle Wheel Light Tyre Light
9) orange spoke lights - With these orange and the above blue lights your tires will be lit up Blue and Orange at night when riding. It looks awesome and keeps seen by cars + matches the bike Nite Ize Spokelit Bicycle Light
10) Orange handle bar lights - These look great at night and match the bike. You can leave them on or use them as blinkers. Sunlite Bar End Lights - 1 Pair FYI-I tried installing Mirrycle MTB Bar End Mountain Bicycle Mirrors before the lights in the end of the handle bars, but they wouldn't fit, or I installed them wrong. Either way, the lights look cooler and double as turn signals, so I'm happier with them.
11) Serfas Speed Bag (Choose Medium size and Orange color) - I can fit my coiled bike lock, cell phone, and keys in this and it matches the bike. Serfas Speed Bag
12) Pearl Izumi Men's Attack Gloves - These are inexpensive and feel great. I use them on the bike and at the gym. They will save you from tearing your hands up if you wreck. These are definitely worth the $ to keep a good grip when sweating too.
13) Speedo Deluxe Swim Equipment Bag is an inexpensive, waterproof, lightweight, and large beach and grocery backpack.
Here's some Questions and answers that Prodeco Support gave me when I 1st bought the bike. I know some of which I covered above, but just in case you get anything out of it, here they are. It helped me.
1) Q) Sometimes when I brake I hear what sounds like a scruffing frictionous sound. It seems to be intermittently happening. Other times braking is completely silent. Is that normal?
A) The noise you are hearing from the brakes is normal. This is the break in period for the rotors and pads. It will start to go away after more frequent use.
2) Q) If I full throttle it from a complete stop (especially on non flat concrete surface like grass) the motor will make kind of like a grinding or rattling sound at 1st and then goes right away after it gets moving. If I ease the throttle up to full power I never here that sound. Is that normal?
A) The noise you are hearing is normal. Being that the motor is a direct drive and not geared. What you are hearing are the magnets engaging, which is why it is not heard once you are going. I have the Outlaw myself and it occurs to me as well, this is normal.
3) Q) The seat/saddle is hard and I would like to replace it with a cushioned cruiser type seat/saddle. If I purchase another seat, can any replace the standard Outlaw SS seat? If there are only certain compatible models, please let me know, if it can be changed at all.
A) The seat can be replaced with any seat on the market, you would just need to remove the screws under the post that hold the saddle onto to it. If you need assistance with the install, just let us know and we can assist.
4) Q) I defintely want to add a kickstand. Is this possible? If so, can you give me a list of good ones that are compatible?
A) There are currently a couple of kickstands that will work with the Outlaw. Just make sure you locate one that is able to clear the 2.4 inch tires. However, if they cause any damage or if they affect the ride. We cannot warranty any issue if they arise, being that it is not our design. I cannot recommend one, being that I am not sure how it will perform.
5) Q) I would also like to add some type of light to the fron or handle bars for night riding. Any recommendations, and can they be wired into the main battery or would I need to get one powered by its own like D Duracell batteries or something like a flashlight?
A) Planetbike.com has great options for headlights. You can look into the Cateyes, or their own brands are good. They have several options that included battery operated and well as ones that connect directly to batteries.
6) Q) I'd like to add a speedometer to the handle bars. Any recommendations on these and same question regarding wethere they can be wired into the bike battery or need its own.
A) I use the Garmin GPS for bikes. Standard bike computers will not work for the Outlaw being that there are not set for wide tires such as the 2.4 inches.
7) Q) I've only rode it for 3 hours last week on the beach where I live and had several compliments, questions, and eye turns. I felt nervous locking it up at bike racks with my old crappy Wal-Mart cord lock. Do you have a recommended physical lock for these? I certainly don't want it stolen.
A) We offer a good lock in our Gears section if you would like to take a look. I would recommend getting a lock that will allow you to get as much of the bike locked as you can.
8) Q) The top speed is great, but will or do you offer battery or motor upgrades or have any other suggestions to squeeze a couple more top speed mph out of it without voiding the warranty?
A) Unfortunately, we do not offer any motor upgrades at this time for the Outlaw. We do however, have a 48 volt 12ah battery in the works that should be released in the upcoming months to add distance to the Outlaw.
9) Q) I live near a beach, should I keep it out of beach sand?
A) The salt from being at the beach can affect the components. If you do ride the beach frequently, I would just recommend cleaning the drivetrain with a damp rag and water to prevent the salt form building up in the metal and causing rust.
10) Q) Can mirrors be added to these on the handlebars? if so, any recommendations?
A) Mirrors can be added to the end of the handlebars. You simply remove the end caps with the flat head screw driver.
11) Q) Can a shock absorber be added under the saddle? My old bike had a spring that would make the seat bounce to ease bumps, If so, any product recommendations?
A) Yes, if you register the Outlaw, we can provide you with a suspension seat post at no cost.
Hope everyone finds all this information useful and if you buy an Outlaw, I guarantee you are going to love it! It was worth every penny I spent so far!
P.S. If any owners do find and successfully install a kickstand (preferably dual leg), comment with a link and let me know. Its the last thing I want to add to my Outlaw that I haven't already.
Now, I'll try and get into the nuts and bolts of what I appreciate about it for those who are straddling that fence wondering if this investment is worth it. I'm no bicycling expert so I will try to be thorough in my non-technical description. I've rode it for about 20 miles, I can't speak yet of the range since I have a hunch that during transit some of the battery life could have diminished so I will need to ride it more before making any claims. I've had the opportunity to ride a mountain bike equipped with the BionX battery and I really enjoyed the pedal assist style of riding on that, whereas on this bike you twist the throttle and off you go! I got up to 30 mph and it was such a thrill!!! Did I mention I went that fast after only 15 minutes (okay, 30 minutes just to make sure everything was complete and nothing was going to fall apart during the ride) of setup? Prodeco went above and beyond with the packaging and this electric bike!
Seriously, this bike is super fun.
For the price, what you get is extraordinary. Top of the line brakes, shifters, suspension, and a leather seat. You've probably read the other reviews and everyone mentions how hard the seat is. And yes, this seat looks fantastic but it's HELL on your rump. Definitely gonna upgrade to a padded seat or one with suspension built into it.
My goal is to provide a bi-annual update to my review to let you know of any complications that may arise because, again, if you're like me you are scouring the internet to find out whether this bike is worth it. My whole hearted endorsement is that, yes, it is.
7 months in and my battery has taken a massive hit on its power output. I'm only able to go about 7-8 miles per charge, whereas I was getting an 18-20 mile range per charge when I first got the bike. With such a huge drop off in range, I'm afraid to take the bike out in case the battery completely dies on me. Here's the part that really breaks my heart. I LOVE this bike, but so far my experiences with Prodecotechs customer service has been atrocious. 2 weeks later after numerous phone calls, and attempts at communication via email I am no closer to getting resolution on my battery issues. It pains me to have to knock my 5-star review down to 2 stars. But without a properly functioning battery, this 60+ pound bike is much too heavy to ride like a normal bike so it's just been collecting dust.
After a month and a half of trying to have my battery serviced, which is under warranty, I thought I was finally close to some sort of resolution but the box James from Prodecotech sent me to ship the battery in was returned by Fed/Ex due to improper labeling. After all this time and energy spent on this, I gave up and told them to refund the shipping cost and that I was going to sell my bike which had become such a headache. James refunded my money but gave no apology nor tried to correct the situation. So, my final update on this bike is an advisory to buy a different brand of electric bike.
Enter the OUTLAW SS....
I weigh just over 200# and I can get about 13 miles on a charge with little or no pedaling. Uphill, downhill & straight. (paved roads & trails).
I am having a BLAST!! 50 miles so far and I have had zero problems.
Everything about this bike seems to be high quality. From the forks, to the disc brakes, the stem and just about everything else. It is also
very nice looking and gets allot of compliments.
My only dislike is the seat. Like other reviewers have said, it's hard and uncomfortable, so I got a cruiser seat and that solved the problem.
On a side note, mine came with a twist throttle instead of the thumb actuated type. To me, this is a huge plus!!!
I would recommend this to anyone who may have physical impairments that otherwise may keep them off a traditional bike.
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