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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Orbea Gain M20. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Orbea Gain M20 offers riders three modes of pedal-assist, with a rear hub motor, downtube integrated battery and top tube control button.
- The Ebikemotion app is compatible with the bike. This app allows one to use their phone to adjust the level of pedal-assist, view weather, monitor speed, track distance covered and view their ride time.
- When pedal-assist is not engaged, there is not any drag from the motor weight.
- The bike is a lightweight e-bike. It weighs only 25 lbs.
- The chassis of the bike balances out the extra mass from the motor, creating a nimble and stable ride.
- The long wheelbase of the Orbea Gain M20 provides great stability on descents.
- With a tire swap, the Orbea Gain M20 can easily tackle rougher terrain on gravel roads. The bike has clearance for tires up to 40mm.
- The 250w battery is easy to charge, with a charger connection in the bottom bracket.
- An extra battery is available for purchase. This allows riders to extend the distance the Gain M20 can tackle, with pedal-assist activated.
- The motor is quiet, making it hard for others to detect that you are on an e-bike.
- The Mavic Aksium Elite Disc wheels that come on the bike, are specifically designed to go with a rear hub motor.
- The Ultegra drivetrain, with a 50/34 chainset and an 11-32 cassette, offers an ideal gear ratio for road riding. The wide range of gears is excellent for climbing and powerful descents.
- Experts agree the Orbea Gain M20 is the closest e-bike to a standard road bike.
2 reasons not to buy
- The Orbea Gain M20 weighs 8 lbs more than a standard road bike, making it heavy if you choose to pedal without assist on climbs.
- The battery is sensitive to heat, humidity and cold.
Expert Reviews84/100 based on 2 expert reviews
Orbea Gain M20i E-Road Bike Review
It may seem unorthodox to most dedicated roadies, but the Gain integrates electric assistance into a thoroughly slick road bike package.
Orbea Gain Carbon M20 MyO Review
Hugely fun, even with the motor switched off. The Gain is a real pleasure to ride.
Gear of the Year: Orbea Gain E-Bike
The Orbea has sort of pushed the ball forward. It looks just like any other road bike, but it’s got a 250 watt battery.
Orbea Gain M20i Review
What the Gain does right is feel unremarkable. Discretion is the better part of valour when it comes to e-road bikes. Pull out the motor and battery and you’re left with a pleasant and versatile endurance bike that’ll take road rubber all the way up to 40 mm.
Orbea Gain Review: You’d Never Guess It Was an E-Bike
Overall, the bike was not without faults, but it’s the best e-bike on the market right now. The design is a massive step forward and it comes with less weight, cost, distraction, and ghastly appearance.