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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Blix Ultra. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- Reviewers praise the smooth and comfortable ride over mixed terrains.
- Experts enjoy the Ultra's responsive motor and steady acceleration.
- Testers agree the 4" tires offer good traction on varied surfaces.
- The Ultra can carry 400lb: a 250lb rider and 150lb of cargo or kids.
- Testers say this bike is impressively stable, both loaded and unloaded.
- Experts appreciate the wide range of accessories available for this "ultra-customizable" bike.
- Reviewers laud the Ultra's "effortless" ability to climb hills even when loaded.
- The app lets users toggle between Class 2 (20mph) and 3 (28mph) modes.
- In one test, the single-battery Ultra gets 51.7 miles in PAS 1 and 24.26 miles in PAS 5, exceeding Blix's stated range.
- The "user-friendly" smartphone app features ride tracking, Strava connection, and firmware updates.
- A handle under the seat makes it easier to maneuver the bike.
12 reasons not to buy
- Testers experience a litany of problems, including loss of power, broken motor controller and display, broken brakes, and inability to use the app.
- The Ultra resets to Class 2 (20mph max speed) when turned off.
- An expert says the narrow 680mm handlebars reduce control.
- The motor controller's "vulnerable" placement under the bottom bracket disappoints testers.
- A long 50.94" wheelbase and 80" total length create a large turning radius, make it hard to lift the front end, and hinder agility at low speeds.
- The Ultra's high standover height makes it unsuitable for smaller riders.
- Experts bemoan the basic display, which lacks information like an odometer.
- Despite its minimalist display and dependence on Blix's app, the Ultra has no phone mount or USB charge port.
- The dual-battery Ultra's single 2A charger makes charging inconvenient and time-consuming.
- Buyers must pay extra for racks, fenders, and a rear light.
- The "basic" coil-spring fork offers limited adjustability and has no lockout.
- One expert notices frame flex.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 5 rated expert reviews
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… this is probably going to kind of ruin my relationship with Blix, but I hope that they listen to this, and I hope they see… the trouble that I’ve had with this bike that is pretty expensive… Blix has got some work to do…
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