Priority E-Coast

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Release Year
Maximum Range
60 Miles
Top Speed
28 mph
500 W
Not Stated in Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
Not Stated
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
56 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority E-Coast. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

18 reasons to buy

  • According to testers, the E-Coast’s upright ride position is both comfortable & chill.
  • Reviewers like the “luxe, plush” seat.
  • Experts see the E-Coast as an affordable option for a versatile e-bike.
  • Testers say the E-Coast’s “powerful” motor allows it to climbs hills with ease.
  • The E-Coast is available in stepover and step-through frame styles, to fit riders 5’0”-6’4”.
  • Testers say the E-Coast’s throttle is “smooth and powerful”.
  • Reviewers say bouyant 3” fat tires are comfortable and cushioning.
  • Testers are happy with the 576Wh battery’s 60-mile max range. They like that it’s removable and lockable.
  • Hydraulic brakes are “smooth but capable”, featuring lever-actuated motor cut-off.
  • Reviewers praise the “classic”, “pretty”, “exclusive”, and “sophisticated” colorways.
  • The belt drive is clean, low-maintenance, and rust-free. Reviewers laud the value.
  • The E-Coast can be set to either Class 2 or 3 modes and the max. speed can be preset up to 28mph.
  • As a coastal consideration, numerous components are rust-proof or rust-resistant.
  • This rig rolls out with an integrated headlight and “brake sensing” taillight.
  • The included rear rack holds up to 50lb of cargo.
  • The E-Coast’s frame and fork are aluminum, prolonging longevity in salt air environs.
  • Warranties: Frame + Fork (5 years), Components (2 years), Battery (700 Cycles).
  • A sturdy two-legged kickstand keeps this beefy boy upright.

6 reasons not to buy

  • A tester says pedal input has little impact on motor assistance at higher speeds.
  • One tester says the aluminum frame and fork are “a bit jarring on bumps”.
  • Two testers say the E-Coast’s rear-heavy weight is noticeable when lifting.
  • The E-Coast’s battery and motor are not UL safety certified.
  • One reviewer had problems with assembly. They complained that their front fender rubbed on turns, while their front brake required frequent adjustment.
  • Despite riding a step-through frame, this tester had to stand on tip-toes when stopped.

Bottom line

With the Priority E‑Coast, there's at least one member of the exclusive ‘belt-drive beach cruiser e-bike club’. Swept-back bars and upright geometry create a relaxed ride position. Its single-speed drivetrain is clean and low-maintenance but can limit gear range and the bike’s sensitivity to pedal input. But for cruising, on level beachside terrain? It’s well-suited. Massive 3” tires counter the rigidity of a rust-resistant aluminum frame. It is back-heavy to lift. Riders can switch between Class 2 and 3 modes and set any maximum speed, leading one tester to recommend it to timid and beginner riders.

Expert Reviews

79/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
Two Wheeling Tots

Priority E-Coast Review – Electric Beach Cruiser

If you’re ready to live the easy breezy e-bike life, the Priority E-Coast is a beachy dream. It’s actually a pretty versatile e-bike. Through our testing, we believe it to be especially ideal for:

  1. Casual and timid riders
  2. Coastal riders
  3. People who want minimal required maintenance
  4. Riding with young kids in a trailer
  5. Casual or shorter distance commuters
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Priority Bicycles E-Coast Review:
An E-Bike Made for Smooth Summer Cruising

The E-Coast is undersold if considered only a bike of leisure. Its stellar performance within its intended role is only exemplified by how much I enjoyed it for city travel and commuting. It’s an excellent bike that, while it may not naturally be the first choice for beginners or budget shoppers with its listed retail price, works for its value mile after mile.

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Review: Priority E-Coast

It’s a single-speed, which is actually OK… Just use the throttle and be done. It did get up the beastly 15% hill in my neighborhood remarkably fast. My assembly troubles mean that the E-Coast probably isn’t worth it for someone looking for a no-fuss, entry-level fun bike.

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Tested: The Priority E-Coast E-Bike

For the E-Coast, Priority opted for a rear hub motor and a single speed mechanical drivetrain. This configuration helps pin a lower price point and translates to a much more casual riding experience.

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Mountain Weekly News

Priority E-Coast Electric Beach Cruiser Review

One of the coolest electric bikes we’ve ever seen. One of the nicer e-bikes on the market under $2000. It’s stunning to look at. The powerful motor operates smoothly, accelerates well, and there’s no lag when shifting through the pedal assist levels.

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User Ratings

100/100 based on 6 ratings
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