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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Juiced Scrambler. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
20 reasons to buy
- Reviewers and owners say the Scrambler offers a hugely fun, nimble ride.
- Owners lauded the Scrambler’s retro mini-bike style.
- The Scrambler sports a high capacity 52V battery, offering powerful output and decent battery life.
- Tektro hydraulic brakes are powerful. When applied, power is cut to the Scrambler’s motor.
- The Scrambler’s pricing is seen as competitive, making it a powerful yet affordable choice.
- Throttle acceleration is available to Scrambler riders in any power-assist setting.
- Reviewers said the Scrambler’s display is compact but easy to read.
- Testers find the Scrambler’s upright ride-position comfortable over long distances.
- The CampScrambler performs well on dirt roads and uneven terrain.
- The Scrambler boasts a fast, 28mph, Class 3 top speed.
- The Scrambler’s battery is lockable and can be removed for separate charging.
- Testers appreciated the Scrambler’s sturdy build.
- The Scrambler can haul a 275 lb payload, including rider and cargo.
- Riders find the Scrambler comfortable; with its padded seat, adjustable coil shock and fat tires.
- Riders find it easy to modulate the Scrambler’s speed using the throttle.
- With an online manual and multiple videos, reviewers found that assistance with assembly was well above par for the Juiced Scrambler.
- The Juiced Scrambler is covered by a one-year, comprehensive warranty.
- The Scrambler’s long padded banana seat is comfortable and contributes to handling.
- The CityScrambler’s Kenda Kraze slick tires proved efficient and tough.
- A well-placed, unobtrusive kickstand comes included with the Scrambler.
6 reasons not to buy
- The Scrambler is only available in one size.
- Pedaling can be awkward on the Scrambler’s compact frame, especially for taller riders.
- The Scrambler’s rear light is not integrated. It requires additional batteries and must be operated independently.
- Testers say the Scrambler’s 14-28 tooth cassette provides a limited gear range, especially with no battery.
- At 79.6 lb, the Scrambler is heavy to maneuver or lift into a vehicle or for storage.
- The Scrambler’s small tires don’t absorb bumps as well as larger wheels do.
Expert Reviews90/100 based on 1 expert reviews
2019 Juiced Bikes CityScrambler Review: Fast Fat Tire Fun
The Juiced Bikes CityScrambler is built solidly, can go faster than most e-bikes, handles well, and is relatively comfortable. Those factors add up to a confident, fun ride. Motorcycle riders and people who had minibikes back in the day may enjoy riding the CityScrambler more than bicyclists who prefer a taller, more conventional bike configuration.
Juiced Bikes CityScrambler Review
The CityScrambler is a powerful electric minibike designed for urban environments, cast-alloy wheels and slick tires provide great stability and rolling efficiency, compact design is eye-catching and comfortable but yields a subpar pedaling experience.
Three Things We Love About the Juiced Scrambler + Two Things We’d Change! // 2021 Thoughts
The first thing we love about the Juiced Scrambler is the fat, knobby tires… second thing we love is the long seat… third thing is the overall look and design. It feels solid… The first thing we would change is the lights… second thing we would change is the top miles per hour without having to pedal.