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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the ENGWE EP-2 Pro. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- Testers say the EP-2 Pro looks and feels sturdy and well-engineered.
- A simple folding process makes it easy to store or transport the EP-2 Pro.
- This bike can support up to 330lb and fits riders from 5'4" to 6'8".
- Several users say the bike is well-packed and easy to assemble.
- The EP-2 Pro is equipped with metal fenders, a rack, and lights.
- Reviewers appreciate the bright lights and the brake light activation feature.
- Riders enjoy the traction and bump absorption on light off-road terrain provided by the suspension fork and 4" tires.
- Many buyers say the EP-2 provides plenty of power and speed for this price point.
9 reasons not to buy
- The ENGWE EP-2 Pro is heavy and difficult to lift, weighing 74lb.
- Testers criticize the brakes for being noisy and lacking power, especially given the bike’s high max speed.
- According to multiple reviewers, the external cabling is messy and noisy and it blocks the keyhole.
- Several users are frustrated by the need to leave the key in place while riding.
- The bike occasionally arrives with parts, tools, or instructions missing from the package, according to buyers.
- Experts comment that the real-world range is far below the claimed range.
- Some riders note a delay between pedaling and pedal assistance kicking in.
- Multiple owners complain about faulty batteries, failed controllers, and other reliability problems.
- Owners are frustrated by the lengthy response time from ENGWE, so resolving problems can take a lot of time and effort.
Expert Reviews82/100 based on 11 rated expert reviews
ENGWE EP-2 Pro Review: The 750W Electric Fat Bike With All the Range and Solidity [Italian]
The ENGWE EP-2 Pro’s ride quality and ability to tackle a range of surfaces surprised us. Though we’re still not totally convinced by folding bikes, we recommend the EP-2 at this price point.
ENGWE EP-2 Pro Upgraded Review [French]
What a nice surprise! This bike has great looks, big all-purpose tires, and the motor rocks! Being able to fold it up and put it in the car adds even more convenience but the heavy weight means you might need some help with that.
ENGWE EP-2 Pro – Review [Fat Folding E-Bike Tested!]
The ENGWE EP-2 Pro is an e-bike that can do almost anything and for an incredible price. It’s big and heavy but being a folding bike with plenty of power and fat tires, the EP-2 Pro is also practical and a lot of fun.
ENGWE EP-2 Pro E-Bike Review: An Affordable Yet Powerful Commuter Built for Rough Roads
While the ENGWE EP-2 Pro is unnecessarily heavy, especially for a foldable bike, it’s a solid pick for anyone who wants to go fast and far, or those looking to dip their toes into e-bike commuting at an affordable price point.
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