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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Blix Sol Eclipse. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- Reviewers applaud the Sol Eclipse’s combination of quality and value.
- The bike’s stable handling and smooth power make it easy for novices to ride, say experts.
- Testers appreciate how the Sol Eclipse holds speed going uphill.
- Reviewers say the Sol Eclipse is a very comfortable ride.
- Experts praise the smooth, “responsive” pedal assist and easy-to-modulate throttle.
- The acceleration is good without being overpowering, according to one tester.
- In one test, the bike achieved 35.5 miles on pedal assist level 5 and 53 miles on level 3, exceeding the listed range.
- The Sol Eclipse comes in a choice of four colors: Seafoam, Slate Grey, Sky Blue, and Sorbet.
- A tool-free adjustable stem and quick-release seatpost make it easy to adjust fit for riders from 5’1” to 6’2”.
- Experts agree the large display is easy to read.
- The bike features a USB port for charging devices.
- In one reviewer’s opinion, the Shimano Tourney drivetrain has ideal gearing.
6 reasons not to buy
- The throttle is active with pedal assistance off. Some testers consider this a safety risk.
- An expert laments inconsistent power increases across assist levels and negligible power at levels 1 and 2.
- Buyers must pay extra for fenders, a rack, and a rear light.
- At 54.7lb without fenders or a rack, this bike is on the heavy side.
- The Sol Eclipse is only available in one size.
- A tester says the mechanical disc brakes require more effort at the lever than hydraulic brakes.
Expert Reviews91/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
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