26" Fat Bike Tire Wheel Men Snow Beach Mountain electric Bicycle 500W electric moped
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- Strong driving force 500W Motor
- Max Speed：20 Mph ( Shimano External 7 Speed Gear )
- Battery: 36V 11AH Lithium Battery
- Bicycle Weight : 58 LBS Load Capacity: 260LBS
- 26'' X 4.0'' Fat Tire For All Terrain
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This Model Of Electric Bicycle Is The Perfect Present For An Outdoor Type That Will Give You And Your Family Hours Of Great Riding In The Fresh Air.
The 26” Fat Bike Is A 36V 11AH Lithium Battery Powered Electric Bicycle, Running On A 500 Watt Rear Hub Motor.
- Power: Electirc
- 500 Watt Motor
- Speeds up to 20 MPH
- Aluminum Frame
- Rear Disc Brakes
- Shimano 7 Speed, ½ Twist Throttle
- Shimano External 7 Speed gear
- Charging time: 6 hours
- Throttle Type : Variable Speed Control - 1/2 Twist Throttle
- Tire: 26'' X 4.0'' Fat Tire
- Appropriate Height: 5'6"-6'8"
- E-go E-bikes equally adept on road, on the trail, on the beach or on the snow.
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This bike changes that dynamic. It gives all the benefits without any of the negatives. If you don't want to read any further, just know this: this bike is fun as hell
1. It's bad on ice. Very bad. Studded tires might solve the problem but after crashing the bike within 4 blocks of my first ride and bending the crank, I figure it's just safer to simply avoid all ice.
2. Both brake rotors were warped on arrival. Could have happened during shipping and I haven't talked to EGO about it yet, but I got the rear working and the front will just have to wait for some time in the shop.
3. The controls are basic, incredibly so. Basically 3 buttons and some LEDs. No way to change the top speed and no way to see what kind of power you're drawing from the motor. It works well enough though and I haven't had any real issues.
4. The first two assist settings are way too low. If you're at all like me you're only going to be using the highest level of assist.
1. This bike is fun as hell. Did I already say that? It accelerates smoothly and quickly and even though I wish the top speed was a bit higher it's still enough to do the trick.
2. It's surprisingly well made. I've only used it for 2 weeks but I've put over 200 miles on it already and it seems basically good as new. The breaks are loose due to the warped rotors but it isn't a gamebreaker and the matte black finish seems to resist damage much better than I had expected.
3. The battery lasts for ~25 miles on the highest setting, although subzero temps seem to greatly diminish that. This was expected though so I can't complain. I'll probably end up ordering another battery since a busy day for me can sometimes hit 50+ miles. Everything's worked out well so far but the first day I get without a break I'll probably end up having to ride the bike like a peasant again for an hour or two while I charge the battery somewhere.
It's just so damn nice knowing as long as I can keep turning the pedals the bike will take care of the rest of and take me practically anywhere. Big hill right before I get home? No problem. Packed and rutted snow? Piece of cake.
Long story short, this bike should cost twice as much as it does. If it looks like fun to you, buy it.
Oh and I almost forgot to mention: I'm 6'2" if I stretch with a 32" inseam and I'm definitely at the tall end for this bike. Anyone over 6'4" or under 5'8" will probably be pushing it.
UPDATE: So I crashed this bike into the side of a bus at full speed a couple of weeks ago. Don't ask me why though cause I don't remember a damn thing. I broke my shoulder and a few ribs, collapsed a lung, and basically turned half my body into a horrible bruise.
The BIKE however... is perfectly fine. I can't really figure it out. I don't remember the accident, but I've seen the camera footage from inside the bus, which means I saw myself ride this bike straight thru the front door of the bus and then rebound a good 10 feet. Me=wrecked Bike=fine. I mean it didn't even pop the front tire... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
As a serious,but aging cyclist, have been considering the purchase of an electric assist bike for some years. My primary concern was that the bike needed to provide enough power to assist me to tackle some very steep hills and my weight is near 220 lbs. Having no experience with electric assist, I anticipated the 500 watt motor rating of this model might be the minimally effective. In fact, I find that the power provided by this bike is ample to tackle any hill I can imagine.
But the fit of the bike to my body is not ideal, always a risk when buying a bike without test riding the model first. I wish the wheel base were longer with the center of gravity closer to the rear.
The irony is that the bike enables me to readily climb very steep hills, but, it doesn't really feel very safe going down the same hills at any speed much faster than about 10 mph. Fortunately the disk brakes work effectively, but I hate wasting all that energy by braking extensively on the downhills.
This is not an expensive bike, so perhaps its understandable that the controller is rather limited. The documentation is also very limited. There are supposed to be 3 separate power levels, low, medium and high. I couldn't detect much difference in the effect of the settings, but, found at the low setting, I had all the power I ever needs. I couldn't see that the 6 kph setting worked.
The battery was not the one specified and had a 1 amp hour smaller rating. I have not had occasion to test the limits of the battery capacity. It does recharge rather simply without removing the battery from the bike. I can imagine that one might what to take the charger when making longer round trip journey for shopping, etc., with the hope of charging the battery somewhere before returning.
Overall, I was satisfied enough to order different model, with what I will hope to be a better controller and more standard bicycle tire from the same manufacturer/seller.