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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the NCM Prague. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- Pragues offer 6 levels of pedal assist, compared to 3 and 4 on most e-bikes.
- A throttle-only option gives riders the choice of speed without effort.
- The bike’s low price was seen as great value, for a quality build and parts.
- 3 size options use 3 wheel sizes, suiting riders from 5’4” to 6’4”
- An owner said their bike rarely fell below 13mph, even on the steepest climbs.
- Tektro mechanical disc brakes proved reliable and powerful.
- The left brake initiates motor cut-off, ensuring that power isn’t wasted.
- The battery is mounted near the bottom bracket, centralizing weight distribution.
- The bike came mostly pre-assembled, making setup minimal. Tools were included.
- Schwalbe Smart Sam tires impressed owners with ample grip.
- Suntour’s XCT suspension fork ironed out city-road imperfections well.
- After long-term ownership with thousands of miles covered, owner-riders were very satisfied with the durability of the NCM Prague.
4 reasons not to buy
- Buyers said the Prague’s saddle was "small", "hard" and "narrow"’
- This rig was heavy to ride without electric assistance.
- Without modification, there’s nowhere to mount a water bottle holder.
- The Suntour XCT fork was heavy and unsuitable for rocky terrain.