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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Jetson Bolt. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Jetson Bolt is easy to assemble.
- The bike is inexpensive.
- Connecting the bike to the Ride Jetson app allows the rider to adjust the bike’s speed, adjust the LED lights, monitor battery life and map their rides.
- The bike has a small kickstand that resembles a motorcycle kickstand.
- The footpegs provide riders with a comfortable place to rest their feet.
- The bike has an option for cruise control, allowing riders to remove their hand from the throttle on long rides.
- The handlebars fold down, making it easy to store and transport the Jetson Bolt. The bike fits in the trunk of most cars.
- The bike is easy to carry. It weighs only 34 lbs., which is much lighter than other e-bikes.
- The Jetson Bolt has an electric horn, allowing you to alert others of your presence.
- The bike has bright lights in the front and back. The rear light also functions as a brake light.
- The Jetson Bolt has fenders to keep the rider dry, riding through puddles.
- Users stated the bike handled well.
- The rear disc brake of the Jetson Bolt is very responsive.
8 reasons not to buy
- The Jetson Bolt struggles to maintain speed when climbing.
- Many users complained the battery did not hold a charge after a few months of use.
- The bike’s weight is not balanced for someone picking it up by the frame handle for transport.
- Users describe the seat as stiff and uncomfortable.
- Many users had difficulty operating the Ride Jetson app successfully.
- The bike is not ideal for taller or heavier individuals.
- Riders complained that the small wheels and lack of suspension made them feel every obstacle in their path.
- The bike does not have pedals. The throttle is the only way one can power the bike.