Michael Blast Greaser 350W

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63.0, 50 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Michael Blast Greaser 350W. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

17 reasons to buy

  • An expert called it ‘badass’. Owners liked its retro looks and complimented the fit and finish.
  • Controls were said to be easy to understand.
  • Ride quality was described as smooth, fun and easy - with a ride position that felt exciting and fast.
  • A number of riders felt that the Greaser’s speed was faster than expected.
  • Some riders found the Greaser comfortable, even without any suspension.
  • A few owners said the greaser exhibited plenty of power while climbing.
  • Assembly was apparently simple, only requiring attachment of the handlebar and pedals.
  • It has been dubbed, ‘the most affordable of the ‘retro-style’ e-bikes’.
  • Many owners were pleased with the strong and bright front headlight.
  • The pedal-assist increased the Greaser’s top speed and worked well in urban areas.
  • For some, customer service was very helpful and provided replacement parts quickly.
  • As regards durability, one rider reported good performance after riding the Greaser for two years and more than 1200 miles.
  • Riders reported that the throttle was responsive.
  • A 5 year warranty was offered, including a 1 year warranty on electric parts.
  • A long wheelbase increased stability.
  • One expert review deemed the Greaser’s price to be reasonable.
  • Many reviewers felt that the Greaser was fun and easy to ride.

12 reasons not to buy

  • An expert said the Greaser’s riding position was difficult to adjust.
  • The Greaser is quite heavy, at 63 lbs.
  • The ‘tank’ got in the way when pedalling.
  • One expert described the Greaser as ‘uncomfortable’.
  • Reportedly, the Greaser is unsuitable for shorter riders.
  • Mudguards were stylish but a bit short to be effective.
  • Replacement batteries were costly.
  • An owner said that brackets rubbed on paintwork and removed paint after 3 weeks.
  • An expert review described a ‘somewhat stiff’ ride quality.
  • More than one owner felt that the Greaser struggled on steep hills.
  • Some owners found that customer service was difficult to contact.
  • A few owners reported that batteries failed to recharge.

Bottom line

Michael Blast’s Greaser is an impressive-looking retro bike, reminiscent of the ‘Board-Racer’ style motorcycles of the 1900s to 1920s. It’s easy to assume that this is a case of form-over-function and… while the Greaser is heavy and a little underpowered on steep climbs, owners mostly report a fun and satisfying ride. It isn’t high-speed and the range is limited to 25-30 miles, but it gets a number of owners to and from work on their daily commute.

Expert Reviews

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Level 1 expert

This E-Bike is Impractical, Unruly and Totally Lovable

Level 1 expert

It’s big, heavy, hard to steer, bulky, uncomfortable. You have to be a certain height to ride it. It doesn’t adjust very well. You know what? I don’t even care… this is a badass bike.

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J Dirom
Level 1 expert

Greaser Electric Bike by Micheal Blast – Initial Impressions

Level 1 expert

It’s a great bike to ride. It’s a lot of fun. It looks cool. If you cycle all the time, it is definitely something that you can get faster than with your own pedal power.

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Level 1 expert

Greaser Melbourne

Level 1 expert

I like it. It performs really well, it’s comfortable and turns plenty of heads.

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User Ratings

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