Samebike 26A

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 4 reviews
$999.00
$999.00
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Specifications

Battery48V 12.5Ah Lithium-ion Battery
ZN2500MAH Battery Cell
Charger2Amp Charger with Full Charge Inspection
6 - 7 Hours Charging to Full
Controller48V 18Amp Controller
6 Transistor
Motor500W Hub Motor
800W Peak
DisplayS830 Backlight LCD
Pre-locked Menu
Water-Proof LevelIPX4 water-proof for outdoor riding
Water-proof Wiring Harness
Lights5W LED Headlight
Pedal, tail, and wheel reflectors
USB Charge5V 1Amp
At the bottom of the display
ThrottleThumb Throttle
Bike Size67.7" x 24.8 " x 39.4 "
1720 mm x 630 mm x 1000 mm
Bike Weight53 Lbs
Include batteries 8.3 Lbs
Payload Capacity265 Lbs
Top Speed25MPH W/O Limit
Affected by payload, terrain, weather, and other factors
Range25 - 38 miles per charge
Affected by payload, terrain, weather, riding style, and other factors
Pedal AssistMotor outputs as 40%/50%/60%/70%/100% max power on PAS 1/2/3/4/5

Size & fit

Frame Size26"
Seat Height31.5" - 40.9"
Handlebar Height39.9"
Handlebar Reach20"
Standover Height29.5"
Total Length67.7"
Wheelbsase40.9"
Headtube5.5"
Seat Tube Length20"
Seat Tube Angle72.3 deg
Top Tube Length21.7"
Chainstay16.7"
Handlebar Width24.4"
Wheel Diameter26"

Parts & components

Brake TypeMechanical Disc Brake
Brake LeversAluminum Alloy Brake Lever with Motor Cutoff
Brake Rotors160 mm Front and Rear Rotors
Frame6061 Aluminum Alloy
GearingShimano 1 x 7-Speed (48T x 14-28T) Gears
Front ForkAdjustable Coli Suspension Fork with Lockout
GripsDurable Rubber Ergonomic Grips
HandlebarAluminum Alloy, 24.4" Wide
KickstandAluminum Alloy Kickstand
PedalsAluminum Alloy 9/16 Pedals
RacksNone, Reserved Installation Holes
RimsAluminum Alloy 2.0 Rims
SaddleComfortable Mountain Bike Saddle with Pressure Relief
SeatpostAluminum Alloy
Tires26" x 2.35" Tires

Product faqs

Do you have a rear rack for this bike?

Yes, we have a universal rear rack for this bike. You can find it on our product list.

What is the warranty on this product?

We offer a 1-year warranty on bike frame and battery, 5-months warranty on other components upon factory default. For more information on our policy. View our warranty here.

How do I start my bike?

Usually, you can turn ON/OFF the bike by pressing the M[MODE] button for three seconds.

What class is this bike?

It is a class 3 bike.
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Reviewed by Bradley T.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Good Product!

Great Value, Works Great! Lots of Power!

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Reviewed by R. L., from United States
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Bought $700 cheaper here than in San Diego CA.

Took my teen son around and tested bikes by the beach. Out of 5 stores and almost 20 bike variations, we found this one the cheapest for a 750/500W.

Look im almost 300lbs an it took me uphill with the throttle and peddling but I was proud of the bike. It has some cojones. Looks clean and sharp. Almost stealth blk mode. The equipped light isnt enough to ride at night, i dont recommend it.

All in all the bike is dope. Had it for half school yr and no problems yet.

Took off the bike fender tho cause they kinda suck.

Seriously got it $700 cheaper on Amazon. I just built it myself. Youtube if u dont know.

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Reviewed by Felicity, from United States
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

good entry level bike

After about a month and 130 miles of use, I feel I have a good enough idea of the pros and cons of this bike.

The battery has a pretty good charge life as long as you're on a flat road. If you try to throttle uphill, you will quickly see how bad the power drain is. Pedaling helps, but trying to minimized elevation changes is important.

The above is most likely due to the relative entry level electric motor, and more importantly, the bike is very heavy. A typical mountain bike is 29lb or so. The question answered here said the SM26 is 46 pounds. Gravity kicks in from there. It struggles, but in a consistent manner, with hills. This isn't untowards for an ebike (how much can I expect?) and it seems like it outperforms at the price point.

I keep up easily with people that have a bike around here (who generally overpaid for local stuff), at half the price or less, and it feels good.

I had initially an issue with the 20mph throttle limit, but finding the other instruction manual online with the REAL menu settings including the advanced settings list let me adjust the maximum throttle to 25mph. 20 seemed too slow and I often bumped up against it, but 25mph is perfect for short distance trips that I can charge between. It chugs battery at PAS5 of course, and one can conserve at PAS3 going at just 15mph, but being able to go 25mph with no assist is very appealing and very nice. If you want to do the same, look up instruction manuals for the samebikes. The one that comes with some…

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Reviewed by W
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Top Notch Quality Ebike.Buy Buy Buy

Dont Spent Alot Of Money To Get Ebike

This Is The Bike For Everybody

Very Sturdy and Great Power

Ride More Than 20 to 25 Miles

This Is Really Good Range Only On Motor/Electric.

Maximum Speed Comes With Limit At 20mph But After Changing Speed Limit From Settings It Goes Upto 30mph to 33mph.

Attention : Make Sure Your State/City Laws Before Changing Your Ebike Speed Limit.

As Described.

They Are Very Nice People Any Problem Comes Up Contact Them They Solve Right Away.

If You Really Wanna Buy Longterm Ebike Go For It.

They Have All Accesories Available Just Contact Them If You Need Extra Stuff For Your Bike. Everything Is High A+++ Quality.

Stay Safe and Healthy

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