I'm Steve. I live in New Jersey (North West Area, Hunterdon County).
So, admittedly, I was a bit hesitant to purchase this ebike, due to the generally lower cost as compared to other models that offered dual motor options. However, I was pleasantly surprised. I did a lot of shopping around before making this purchase. Top competitors I was dancing around with were the Ariel Rider Grizzly and the Wired Freedom. Samebike wins out on both of those in my opinion.
Good Power. Great up hills. Pretty easy to put together. Front tire came in a separate shipment. Nothing was damaged during shipping.
Real World: You're probably hitting 33 mph tops, unless you're going down hill. Keep the all wheel drive on, it's pretty easy to handle. I commuted to work, full throttle, massive hills, average speed of 25+ mph. I traveled about 25 miles, and it took about an hour. I had 2 out of 5 bars left on my battery, but again, that was full speed for an hour straight with huge hill climbs. Under those conditions, you're looking at probably 40 miles max. If you're just out riding keeping it at 20 mph, you can go way farther I'm sure. Way way farther.
- I was hoping for a higher top end....but that typically only comes with a higher voltage system (more than 48 volts).
- I wish it had cruise control and a walk mode. Neither of those features exist. Either that or I'm not sure how to make them work....but I've tried everything.
- I wish the display showed the voltage of the…