Addmotor M-140

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Release Year
Charge Time
6, 7 Hours
Maximum Range
55, 65 Miles
Top Speed
23 mph
750 W
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 16Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
70, 73 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Addmotor M-140. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

14 reasons to buy

  • A 750W motor puts out ample power for toting groceries up steep hills.
  • M-140s have a purported 280lb payload capacity.
  • The M-140 folds in twain to fit in the trunk of a middle-sized car.
  • The M-140 R7 is furnished with tough cast-alloy 6-spoke wheels and an integrated rear hub motor.
  • A 48V 16Ah battery delivers 55-65mi of range, if you stick to PAS 1.
  • Bumps are trumped by an 80mm suspension fork with lockout.
  • A 7-speed drivetrain couples to 5 levels of assist for plenty of gear range.
  • The M-140 is rigged out with integrated head and taillights.
  • The M-140 comes decked out with a rear rack.
  • Owners found the M-140 R7 aesthetically delightful.
  • Assembly is reportedly easy, via video guides.
  • One owner said no tuning was required for the M-140 R7 after assembly.
  • The M-140 is provisioned with folding pedals.
  • Buyers report positive customer service experiences.

4 reasons not to buy

  • An owner says their 70lb M-140 P7 is too heavy to carry up and down stairs.
  • One owner says the M-140 won’t fit in the trunk of a smaller car.
  • An owner was disappointed with low-quality packaging and damage from new.
  • One owner’s M-140 P7 arrived missing a parts box.

Bottom line

Addmotor’s M-140 models are both small-wheeled, folding electric fatbikes with easy-to-access step-through frames. The R7 features tough, cast-alloy mag wheels. The P7 uses spokes. An 80mm suspension fork will help to make short work of uneven roads, while porky 4”-wide tires add to the mattress-on-wheels sensation. These bikes do fold, but owners stress that the M-140 remains bulky and may not fit in smaller trunks. A 750W motor delivers more than enough grunt for lakeside trundles and errand-running.

Expert Reviews

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eBike Rides

Addmotor M-140 R7 Ride to Lowes

I do love this bike though. It has been really good and I have 858 miles on it.

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eBike Rides

Central Florida Railroad Trail Ebike Ride to Edgewater on Our Addmotor M-140 R7

When I put a load on it, the range goes down to roughly 25-26 miles.

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Ebike Ride to Titusville on an Addmotor M-140 R7

I can literally go 20 or 30 miles and get as much exercise as I would have on that stationary bike.

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User Ratings

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