Vintage Electric Tracker Classic Review – $5.5k

The Vintage Electric Tracker Classic is a powerful motorcycle-inspired electric bike with sturdy color-matched skirted fenders and comfortable cruiser style swept back handlebar. Near-silent Crystalyte gearless hub motor offers 180nm of torque, regenerative braking, and can be unlocked for high-speed off-road use up to 26mph. Available in two colors and one frame size with adjustable angle handlebar and adjustable height saddle. Matching leather grips, hand-stitched saddle, and Schwalbe balloon tires. Responsive torque and cadence sensing pedal assist, variable speed trigger throttle, powerful hydraulic disc brakes with oversized 203mm front rotor. Extra wide fork hub spacing, sturdy thru-axles, thicker rear spokes, and custom steel fork. Excellent weight distribution, reliable single-speed drivetrain, beautiful classic pedals, and paint-matched chain cover. Bright integrated lights are positioned well and run off of the main rechargeable battery. Battery pack is not removable and the bike is fairly heavy, which could impact how and where it is charged. It’s fairly expensive and shipping costs $199 extra unless you live near their HQ. Kickstand may create pedal lock, single speed drivetrain limits cadence options, display is fairly simple, only comes in one frame size.

0:00 Introduction, design inspiration, ebike classification
0:27 Hub motor performance stats and regional settings
1:39 Battery pack capacity, weight, and charger details
3:19 Kickstand, crank arms, pedals, extra thick spokes
4:08 Class 2 product with throttle, optional race mode chip
4:35 Cruiser style handlebar, steel fork, 20mm front axle
5:28 Tire specs, brown accents, optional rack, metal fenders
7:22 One frame size with adjustable seat height, two colors
8:39 Hydraulic disc brakes with regenerative braking (right lever)
10:14 Pricing and performance comparison to 72 volt series
11:17 Shipping and price, turning on display, lights demo
14:09 Display panel settings menu, ride test begins
16:32 Frame camera motor noise test, body cam stability test
18:21 Conclusion with compare tool and ebike forums

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