Urtopia Chord Review – $2k

The Urtopia Chord is a completely custom, artistically crafted, 8-speed electric bicycle with a 350 watt hub motor. The frame is hydroformed aluminum alloy with elegant curves and fins added for style. Internally routed cables, semi-integrated removable battery pack, fast 4 amp charger. Available in two frame sizes, with the smaller Chord X being a mid-step with lower stand over height. Two colors, sparkling white or glossy black. Reflective tires, and integrated lights that are very bright and well placed, but the rear light impacts minimum saddle height. Unique LED display panel is large and playful with fun musical chimes, voice detection, and fingerprint scan to unlock, but it’s fairly bright and cannot be dimmed. Excellent smartphone app allows for GPS route planning, social sharing, volume and haptic vibration adjustment.Comfortable faux-leather locking grips, intuitive half-grip twist shifter, ergonomic swept-back handlebar that’s custom made for the display and button pad. The bike is heavier than expected considering there’s no suspension and the battery capacity is fairly low at 352wh, Bluetooth and SIM card may slowly drain the battery, handlebar cannot be rotated or replaced because it’s built into the stem.

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