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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Juiced RipCurrent. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- RipCurrent riders say this bike is fast, reaching a 28mph, Class 3 top speed.
- The RipCurrent uses a 750-watt Bafang motor that tops out at 1300 peak watts.
- Massive 26” x 4” tires cushion the RipCurrent’s ride, on-road or off.
- An independent thumb throttle is available to RipCurrent riders.
- Hydraulic disc brakes stop the RipCurrent powerfully, with reduced effort.
- Owners found the RipCurrent’s 45-mile maximum range ample for commuting and long trips.
- For its asking price, buyers found the RipCurrent to be a good value.
- Off-road riders say the RipCurrent proves stable through muddy trails.
- With both torque and cadence sensors, the RipCurrent closely attunes electric assistance to pedal input.
- Assembly of the RipCurrent was usually easy, taking as little as thirty minutes.
- The Juiced RipCurrent comes with a powerful 1050-lumen headlight.
- As a direct online buy, the RipCurrent reportedly arrived well-packaged.
5 reasons not to buy
- A 6’2” rider felt the X-Large RipCurrent wasn’t tall enough to enable an upright riding position.
- One owner’s new RipCurrent had a sticking throttle. Juiced replaced it swiftly.
- A buyer felt that some of the RipCurrent’s instructions were inadequate and not specific to the RipCurrent.
- For one owner, the power button of their near-new RipCurrent stuck on. The issue was quickly remedied by Juiced.
- Some RipCurrent owners feel the stock saddle is too firm.
Bottom lineThis is Juiced Bikes's base model of their RipCurrent bike. It’s a Class 3 e-bike with a top speed of 28 miles per hour. The RipCurrent has a 15 amp-hour battery and a maximum range of 45 miles, compared to the RipCurrent S, which has a 19.2 amp-hour battery and 70-mile range. This bike doesn’t have the RipCurrent S’s included fenders or rear rack but it weighs six pounds less. The RipCurrent is fitted with a coil suspension fork, while the S uses air. Both bikes are specced with the same controller and the same motor, powerful hydraulic brakes and a 9-speed drivetrain. Both bikes are more than capable of riding on-road or off, provided you aren’t attempting real trail-riding antics. They’re similar, but the O.G. RipCurrent can be bought for a major discount over the RipCurrent S.
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
RadRover Compared to the RipCurrent. My eBike Experience
Both bikes have the same 750-watt, geared-hub motor but the RipCurrent will get you up to 28mph… the RipCurrent is a Class 3 e-bike, while the RadRover is a Class 2… If you’re trying to get from point A to point B in the fastest possible way, a Class 3 e-bike is the way to go… Let’s talk about disc brakes. The Rad has mechanical and the RipCurrent has hydraulic… You’re paying $███ more but you do get quality.