Addmotor M-150

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Release Year
Charge Time
4 Hours
Maximum Range
65 Miles
Top Speed
23 mph
750 W
80 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 16Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
68.0 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Addmotor M-150. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

16 reasons to buy

  • Owners say the M-150 folds up to fit in their car's trunk.
  • The M-150’s 48V 16Ah battery gives the bike a decent range.
  • With a 750W motor pushing 1000W at peak, riders dig the M-150’s power.
  • The M-150’s throttle operates without pedaling and from a dead stop.
  • Buyers are impressed with the price of the M-150.
  • The M-150 has a highly adjustable and secure telescopic stem.
  • Wide, 4” tires provide suspension and flotation on a variety of surfaces.
  • The Addshox suspension fork features preload and lockout, for a less bouncy ride on paved roads.
  • The M-150 features a throttle override switch, to prevent accidental acceleration.
  • When brakes are applied, the M-150’s motor shuts off to stop the bike quickly and reduce brake wear.
  • Addmotor’s backlit 5” display is comprehensive and features a USB port.
  • A chainring guard keeps the M-150’s chain from popping off.
  • A derailleur guard protects the M-150's derailleur from strike or fall damage.
  • The M-150 features an integrated headlight and taillight.
  • Buyers report radiant experiences with Addmotor’s customer service.
  • The M-150 is fitted with front and rear fenders.

12 reasons not to buy

  • For at least two owners, their M-150 frame snapped in half at the folding hinge. This caused significant injury to one rider.
  • At 68lb, the M-150 is heavy, especially when folded.
  • With the battery, motor, rack and rider at the rear of the bike, the M-150 is back-heavy.
  • The M-150’s mechanical disc brakes are less powerful than hydraulic disc brakes.
  • Addmotor does not provide straps to secure the folded M-150.
  • Some owners found that wires would get caught or stripped in the M-150’s hinge.
  • The M-150 is only available in one size.
  • Superfat tires increase drag and slow the M-150 down on paved roads.
  • An owner’s seatpost clamp cracked under moderate use.
  • Buyers would like the instruction manual to be more detailed.
  • Owners reported frustrating experiences with customer service and warranty servicing.
  • Some riders found the M-150’s stock saddle to be quite uncomfortable.

Bottom line

The Addmotor M-150 is a folding electric fat tire bike that comes in two sub-models. The R7 uses low-maintenance, solid, spokeless, alloy wheels with the hub-motor integrated into the rear wheel. The P7 uses conventional spoked wheels. These bikes use a 750W motor that outputs a claimed 1000W of peak power and 80Nm of torque. Fat 4” tires are fitted to small-radius 20” wheels to absorb bumps and ride on a variety of surfaces. At 68lb the M-150 is heavy. Most of this weight is situated toward the rear of the bike. Two owners have reported that their frame snapped in half at the hinge. This caused an injury to one rider. Hopefully, this issue has been amended.

Expert Reviews

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Electric Bike Review

Addmotor Motan M150-P7 Review

I think the M150-P7 is a good choice for those who need a portable folding electric bike that can still be taken off-road and through some soggy terrain. This is definitely heavier than a lot of other folding electric bikes, and because the battery is located behind the seat tube, and because the motor is located in the rear wheel, it is quite back heavy.

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Electrified Reviews

Addmotor Motan M150-P7 Electric Bike Review: Cool, Fast, Fat Tire Folder

This feels like a good choice for those who love the outdoors but don’t have tons of space to store their electric bike.

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Addmotor M-150 R7

Because of cast iron rims and fat tires bike is VERY HEAVY. Although it folds to be transported it’s a brick to lift. And last but not least but important… If you own this bike IMMEDIATELY replace the seat quick-release clamp. Mine cracked just from clamping it and it wasn’t even tight. Other than that zero issues with bike. 👏🏽

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User Ratings

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