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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Electric Bike Company Model E. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
18 reasons to buy
- 1000 peak-watts of pure electro-juice flow on-tap, from the Model E’s MXUS motor.
- Model E buyers can customize the bike’s colors, battery, suspension & accessories.
- The Model E’s step-through frame suits shorter and less-flexible riders.
- Reviewers enjoy the Model E’s comfortable, upright riding position.
- Testers rejoice at EBC’s use of dependable & durable, quality components.
- Halting duties are fulfilled by two-piston Bengal hydraulic disc brakes, in combination with a motor cut-off feature.
- Integrated lighting is included, with dual lights at the rear.
- The Model E arrives 99% assembled. Just straighten the bars, adjust the seat height and check the tire pressure. Bam.
- The Model E is sleek and minimal, with its internalized battery and cabling.
- EBC says the Model E fits riders from 4’6″ to 6’8″.
- An adjustable stem helps customize this one-size-only rig to your own stature.
- The Model E is the Electric Bike Company’s most affordable model.
- Testers report a comfy saddle and secure, lock-on leather grips.
- It’s got an easy-to-read, full-color display with a USB outlet for your accessories.
- Schwalbe Fat Frank 2.35” whitewall tires are stable and stylin'.
- The Model E is covered by these warranties: battery (5 years), motor (10 years), frame (10 years), & paint (30 days).
- A steel fork dampens jounce-induced vibration over rickety roads.
- The single-speed drivetrain is quiet, secure, and requires minimal maintenance.
7 reasons not to buy
- The Model E’s relaxed geometry necessitates using lots of throttle on climbs.
- The Model E’s handlebars are swept way-back, which isn’t ergonomic for everyone.
- The Model E’s 56x18 single-speed ratio will spin-out at higher cadences.
- Fenders and baskets are optional accessories. They cost extra.
- More than one owner struggled with relentlessly screeching brakes.
- There are no bottle cage bosses on the Model E.
- As with all EBC bikes, the headlight is fixed to the headtube, so it doesn’t follow on turns.
Expert Reviews87/100 based on 8 rated expert reviews
Made in USA E-Bike! Electric Bike Company Model E | 1000 watt 48V Highly Customizable From Factory
Very acceptable base price. It is high quality. I would take off a point for that 1000-watt peak rating. I just don’t like that, I feel like it’s deceptive. Let’s talk about range. I got 40.1 miles.
Electric Bike Company Model E Review: A Quality Cruiser That Doesn’t Break the Bank!
The Model E cruiser-style e-bike from Electric Bike Company is distinguished by its affordability and quality. The bottom line, the MXUS motor provides more than enough power and is perhaps overkill for a cruiser-style e-bike.
Electric Bike Company Model E Live Review
At the entry-level price-point this is really nice. I’ve reviewed a lot of bikes under [the bike’s current asking price] and they’re just OK. Very well built. I have, at the moment, zero complaints. Just a quality build all-round.
Review: Electric Bike Company’s Model E Is an Affordable US-Built E-Bike for Nearly Everyone
The Model E offers a great balance of quality parts and economical pricing. It feels a bit more like a city cruiser, as in something I could use both for lazy boardwalk rides and brisker city commutes.