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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Magicycle Commuter. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- Experts laud the Magicycle Commuter's belt drive for its quiet operation and low maintenance requirements.
- Reviews demonstrate the 350W motor's ample power, climbing well and easily reaching 20mph.
- The mechanical disc brakes with 180mm rotors exhibit strong stopping power in testing.
- The Commuter e-bike is relatively lightweight at 43lb.
- Testers appreciate the agility and maneuverability.
- The Commuter is available in both step-through or step-over frame configurations.
- Users value the bike's design, integration, and finely done paint job.
- Riders describe the Magicycle Commuter as a highly enjoyable and fun ride.
- Riding the bike without pedal assist is practical, in one reviewer's opinion.
10 reasons not to buy
- The real-world range falls short of Magicycle's stated range of 40 miles. One tester achieved 22 miles using pedal assist level 2.
- The single-speed gearing and absence of a throttle means starting from a dead stop is more challenging.
- An expert says the battery indicator is inaccurate, dropping significantly after 15 miles.
- The non-removable battery can make charging inconvenient.
- The Magicycle Commuter has a high minimum height of 5'7".
- Multiple users report inner tubes exploding despite being within the correct pressure range.
- The small rear rack, designed for pannier bags only, is described as incomplete and impractical by some users.
- The taillight isn't built-in and requires manual charging.
- The Commuter lacks mounting options for a bottle holder.
- One expert reports excessive battery loss while the bike is not in use.
Expert Reviews87/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
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