Bike Size Charts
BikeRide finds and shows you the best prices of the bikes you want to buy. Prices constantly change and it’s impossible to compare them all yourself.
We search for prices on over 120 bike retailers to guarantee that we find the lowest prices – to save you time and money.
It’s a promise we stand behind: If you find a lower price on a bike elsewhere, we will sell it to you for 10% less. For example, if you find a bike for $480 that we have listed at $500, we will offer you to buy it for $432 through BikeRide. The bike must be the same color and size, sold in the US and not include the use of a coupon.
If you find a lower price, email us at [email protected] with documentation of the price. We’re committed to making sure that the cost of a bike does not keep you from cycling!
Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Charge Comfort 2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- Testers appreciate the smooth, gentle motor assistance that makes the Comfort 2 easy to control.
- The integrated rear rack is rated for 55lb. Experts appreciate the ability to carry a child seat.
- The bike features front and rear lights, full-coverage fenders, and a "loud" electronic horn.
- The tire pressure sensors make it easy to verify optimum tire pressure.
- Testers applaud the folding pedals and swiveling handlebars, which reduce the bike's footprint for tidier storage.
- The 300lb rider capacity and 55lb cargo capacity impress reviewers, given the bike's relatively light 55lb weight.
- Experts agree this bike is particularly easy to assemble. It arrives 90 percent complete with simple instructions and "clever" packaging.
- The Comfort 2 fits riders from 4'11" to 6'3".
- With the battery mounted on the rear rack, the Comfort 2 is a true step-through design, easy to get on and off.
- A tester praises the bike as very comfortable to ride "for hours."
- Experts say the tidy cables and internal cable routing give it a clean, premium look.
- A reviewer applauds the "solid" build quality, adding that nothing rattles.
- Testers appreciate the comfortable and smooth-rolling 27.5" x 2.6" puncture-resistant Goodyear tires.
5 reasons not to buy
- Some testers criticize the bike's lackluster hill-climbing performance.
- Power-saving mode kicks in when battery level hits around 25 to 30 percent, disabling the throttle and reducing assistance.
- A reviewer points out that hill-climbing power is drastically reduced in power-saving mode, so users must plan routes that avoid hills toward the end.
- Experts say the monochrome display is basic and a bit small. It also doesn't show when power-saving mode turns on.
- The Comfort 2's handlebar stem is not adjustable for height or reach.
Expert Reviews87/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
Best Electric Bikes
1 day ago
1 day ago