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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Orbea Wild FS. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- Testers say the bike’s geometry encourages a comfortable riding position uphill, but its short stack creates a more aggressive position for descents.
- Experts loved the stopping power of Shimano hydraulic brakes. They're great at biting into turns and stopping this heavy e-bike.
- With 160mm of travel, the full suspension can handle aggressive terrain.
- Stock 29" wheel options are covered by DT Swiss and Race Face.
- Reviewers noted the Maxxis 2.6-inch tires provide excellent grip, even in mud.
- The integrated 625Wh Bosch PowerTube battery delivers a maximum range of 45-70 miles. You can attach an additional 500Wh battery pack to extend your ride.
- There are four settings on the Bosch Performance CX motor: Eco, Tour, eMTB, and Turbo. Testers loved the range and flexibility of the eMTB mode.
- The Orbea Wild is available in three sizes - small/medium, large, and extra-large - with seven builds to choose from.
- Most models are specced with a Bosch Kiox display, which is tech-rich and filled with data like cadence, power, and navigation.
- Orbea included thoughtful stock add-ons including a water bottle cage and bumper stops on the fork to protect the frame.
- The battery key is housed in a hidden compartment inside the handlebar stem.
3 reasons not to buy
- Multiple experts noted that the charging port cap for the battery is flimsy and difficult to close. This could allow grit or water into the battery case.
- Some testers thought the hidden key location was inconvenient. The location blocks you from tightening the handlebar stem with a standard multitool.
- The bike will not turn on if the Bosch Kiox display is powered down or breaks off. You'll have a long ride back to the car if the system breaks on the trail.