Electric Bike Company Model A Review – $1.5k

The Electric Bike Company Model A is the most affordable model from Electric Bike Company, it comes in gloss black, one frame size, and a single speed drivetrain by default. Very high 420lb maximum weight capacity. Lots of customization options including 7-speed, fenders, a front basket, handlebar styles, and custom colors. Powerful 48 volt 12 amp hour battery pack is cross compatible with some of the other EBC models. Sturdy 3.5 amp fast charger with metal body and fan, replaceable fuses. Large 180mm hydraulic disc brakes stop effectively and activate brake light blinking for added visibility. Large puncture-resistant reflective tires. Excellent rear rack, seven bright integrated lights including turn signals, color LCD display and USB charging, cadence sensing pedal assist, and throttle on demand! Optional trigger throttle vs. twist. Default Class 2, but can be unlocked for higher top speeds. Custom configurations are made to order, so there may be a two-week lead time. The bike is completely assembled in Newport Beach California, so there may be shipping charges if you buy direct. Many dealers, excellent warranty and support.

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