Addmotor M-60 R7 Cruiser E-Bike

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Release Year
Charge Time
5, 6 Hours
Maximum Range
45, 55 Miles
Top Speed
23 Mph
750 W
80 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 16Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
74 lbs
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Addmotor M-60 R7 Cruiser E-Bike. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

7 reasons to buy

  • With 80Nm of torque from a 750W motor, owners say this rig is powerful.
  • The M-60 R7’s look hearkens back to the choppers of old. Owners dig it.
  • Buyers remarked on the sturdiness of this compact steed.
  • The M-60 R7 has a long, well-padded seat that suits riders with ample haunches.
  • Owners value the low-maintenance factor of the M-60 R7’s cast-alloy rims.
  • Addmotor’s customer service was lauded by an owner that needed spare parts.
  • Riders between 5’2” and 6’2” feel comfortable aboard the M-60 R7.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Owners say that mechanical brakes do struggle to stop the hefty M-60 R7.
  • The M-60 R7 weighs 74lb, placing it on the heavier end of the scales.

Bottom line

The M-60 R7 electric moped combines funky, retro aesthetics with banana-seat comfort and a well-decent 750W motor. It sports cast-alloy wheels to reduce maintenance from wheel-truing and wraps these in compact-yet-porcine 20” x 4” tires. Up-front, the Addshox suspension fork will smooth out your ride over uneven surfaces, with its 80mm of available travel. A 48v 16Ah battery will see you through 20 to 30 miles of real-world riding in moderate PAS settings. It’s cute, it’s hep, it’s powerful. It’s also quite heavy and must be stopped with the provided Tektro mechanical brakes, which may be worth upgrading.

Expert Reviews

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User Ratings

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Addmotor M-60 R7 Cruiser E-Bike