Bluejay Sport

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Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Charge Time
7.5 Hours
Maximum Range
75 Miles
Top Speed
28 mph
Watts
500 W
Torque
120 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 15Ah
Class
Drive
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
Weight
54.8 lb
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Bluejay Sport. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

11 reasons to buy

  • Experts enjoy the power and “quick” acceleration of the 500W mid-drive motor.
  • Reviewers commend the Bluejay Sport's ability to sustain its top speed of 28mph.
  • This bike demonstrates excellent hill-climbing performance in testing.
  • Experts appreciate the stopping power provided by the Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.
  • The vintage aesthetic and hidden cables enhance the bike's visual appeal, according to owners.
  • Testers find the color display “intuitive.” It also has a USB port for charging devices.
  • Owners praise the Bluejay Sport for its comfort.
  • The front and rear racks can support 24lb and 55lb.
  • The Bafang Go app provides detailed insights into speed, battery status, power output, and more.
  • Bluejay includes free professional assembly with the Sport.
  • The WTB Nano 2.1” tires perform “great on loose dirt and hardpack” trails.

5 reasons not to buy

  • The Bluejay Sport has a lengthy recharge time of over seven hours.
  • Testers are disappointed with the headlight, finding it "cheap" and dim.
  • This bike lacks a throttle.
  • The Bluejay Sport is relatively expensive, given the spec.
  • In one expert’s view, the large, non-integrated battery is unsightly.

Bottom line

The Bluejay Sport is a Class 3 e-bike with a 500W mid-drive motor and 720Wh battery. This bike earns praise from experts for its quick acceleration, range, hill climbing performance, and stopping. The vintage aesthetic, off-road-capable tires, and dual-rack setup also add to its appeal. Given the high cost, the longer-than-average charging time and "cheap" headlight are disappointing. But overall, the Bluejay Sport’s blend of comfort, practicality, style, and performance is deemed worthy of its price tag.

Expert Reviews

83/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
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Bluejay Sport Review

The Bluejay Sport is a fantastic ride with a powerful mid-drive motor and beefy battery that are ready for modest excursions at high speeds, but this fully-loaded bike is pricey…

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Bluejay Sport Electric Bike Review: Vintage Good Looks With Modern Performance

The bike rides smoothly, the tires are fantastic (though I would have liked to have seen some puncture resistance), the build quality is solid, and the bike looks great.   

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The Bluejay Sport comes ready for on and off-road adventures.

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Bluejay Sport Review: A Vintage-Looking E-Bike for City and Off-Road Adventures

There’s a lot to love and not a lot to complain about with the Bluejay Sport. It’s a blast to ride… 

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