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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Bianchi Aria E-Road. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- Bianchi’s Aria E-Road bike has a stiff carbon frame, allowing for efficient power transfer when riding.
- The bike has three levels of pedal assist, controlled by a discreet button on the top tube.
- The Aria E-Road is lightweight for an e-bike. It weighs just 26.6 lbs.
- The battery and motor are positioned discretely. The battery is integrated into the downtube, while the motor is found in the rear hub.
- Experts found it easy to monitor the battery life of the Bianchi Aria e-road with the LED indicator on the top tube.
- The bike can easily be synced to the ebikemotion app to monitor current speed, distance, altitude, average speed, cadence and gradient.
- The 250W motor provides riders with assistance up to 15.5 mph. Experts found it easy to maintain their speed even when the motor’s power cut out.
- The bike has a sleek polished appearance.
- Testers found the bike handled like an aero road bike. Even with the extra weight from the battery and motor, the Aria is smooth and stable.
- Experts state the Bianchi Aria is ideal for riders that want to ride on group rides but are limited by a disability or age.
- The bike’s battery port is easy to access in the bottom bracket of the bike.
- The 28mm tires provide cushioning over rocks and holes in the road on the Bianchi Aria E-Road.
3 reasons not to buy
- The Bianchi Aria E-Road is expensive.
- Riders are stretched out, riding the Aria E-road. Experts found this could make descents twitchy and nervous.
- Test riders found the bike was not the most efficient when climbing out of the saddle.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 1 expert reviews
E-Road Tested: Bianchi’s Electric Assist Road Bike
The Bianchi Aria E-Road is part of a new era in road cycling. Some call it cheating, while others are in favour of a bike category that allows more people to enjoy road riding. Either way, the Aria E-Road is an impressive machine with plenty of Bianchi’s street cred, with the added bonus of some electronic assistance.