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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Electra Townie Go! 7D. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The Townie is offered at a very affordable price, by keeping things simple.
- The bike is available in both step-over and step-through models. Riders appreciated the ease-of-use offered by the step-through model.
- 3 different assist levels offered multiple choices for varying terrain.
- The Townie accelerated to its top speed quickly.
- A wide-range cassette allowed the bike to be ridden unpowered.
- The Townie's lower gears coped easily with steeper hills.
- Product support and customer service is available throughout North America.
- Wide balloon tires acted as ample suspension on sealed and unsealed roads.
- Multiple colorways provided a number of choices for buyers.
- The Townie Go’s saddle was very comfortable.
- A reviewer found that 180mm disc brakes stopped this bike well.
- The Townie had a comfortable seating position for urban cruising.
- The included rear rack was useful.
- Wide handlebars and a plush saddle made for a comfortable ride.
- A ‘flat-foot’ position made it easy to set feet down on stops and at traffic lights.
- A USB plug provides a charging port for your phone or other accessories.
- The Townie’s motor was pleasingly silent.
5 reasons not to buy
- The Townie doesn’t have a throttle-only option.
- A 250Wh battery capacity is toward the lower end for new e-bikes.
- The simple LCD display doesn’t show speed or range details.
- Extras, such as fenders and lights, are not included with the Townie.
- One reviewer found that the Townie wasn’t so powerful for heftier riders.
Expert Reviews68/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Review: Townie Go! 7D e-Bike is a Fun, Attractive Electric Beach Cruiser
…a solid e-bike with a beautiful design and a comfortable ride. Plus you get the benefit of having dealers just about everywhere, meaning you shouldn’t be out of luck if you ever need service or support.
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