Ride1UP 700 Series

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Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Charge Time
6 Hours
Maximum Range
50 Miles
Top Speed
28 Mph
Watts
750 W
Torque
60 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 15ah
Class
Drive
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Weight
62 lbs
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ride1UP 700 Series. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

17 reasons to buy

  • Experts strongly believe the 700 Series presents unparalleled value for money.
  • Test-riders say the 700 Series handles well, saying its ride is “smooth and stable”.
  • Reviewers are impressed by the 700 Series’ generous range, issuing forth from its large, 720 Wh battery.
  • The 700 Series comes fitted with integrated front and rear lights.
  • A rack is included with the 700 Series. It can carry up to 50 lb of cargo.
  • The 700 Series comes fitted with hardened alloy fenders, front and rear.
  • The 700 Series’ Mozo suspension fork features 100 mm of travel and a lockout.
  • Testers are propelled by the 700 Series’ beefy 750 W motor and its subsequent 60 Nm of torque.
  • The 700 Series is a Class 3 e-bike, smashing out 28 mph under pedal assist and 20 mph via throttle.
  • Testers’ felt well-cushioned by the 700 Series’ Selle Royal Freeway saddle.
  • 700 Series reviewers are brought to a powerful halt, by Tektro hydraulic brakes.
  • Testers and users value the option to adjust the number of assist levels on the 700 Series, from 3 to 9.
  • Power, acceleration and sensitivity can be personalized for each of the 700 Series’ assist levels.
  • The 700 Series’ battery is easily removed, for security or remote charging purposes.
  • With its sleekly integrated battery and wrapped cables, the 700 Series presents well.
  • The step-through 700 Series is accessible to shorter, less-flexible, and older riders.
  • A Shimano Acera 8-speed drivetrain brings brand-name reassurance and performance to the 700 Series.

4 reasons not to buy

  • Reviewers describe assembly of the 700 Series as “involved and time-consuming”.
  • At 62 lb; reviewers, experts, and owners note that the 700 Series is no lightweight.
  • Testers report both lurch and lag in pedal assist, from the 700 Series’ cadence sensor.
  • Under hill-climbing tests, the 700 Series underwhelmed some reviewers.

Bottom line

Ride1UP’s 700 Series urban e-bike is well-loved by experts and owners alike. They agree that the presence of name-brand parts and bountiful features, all add up to an impressive offering at a highly competitive price. By reports, the bike hits and sustains speeds close to its Class 3, 28 mph limit without struggle. 20 mph is available from the throttle. A 100 mm suspension fork ensures smooth riding over broken roads. The 700 Series’ cadence sensor delivered noticeable lag on test rides. Even the most enamored reviewers could not overlook the involved assembly process required to set up the Ride1UP 700 Series.

Expert Reviews

90/100 based on 5 rated expert reviews
92
Electric Bike Report

Ride1UP 700 Series Review 2022

There are lots of things I really like about the Ride1UP 700 Series, but arguably the most impressive is the fact that it’s specced with name-brand parts for a notably low price. Its hill climbing ability was a little less than expected.

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93
E-Biking Today

Ride1UP 700 Step Through Review (Tested)

An overall great electric commuter bike. After spending two weeks riding the 700 Step-Through exclusively, I still can’t believe I’m getting all of the features and quality components on an e-bike priced at $____.

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Electric Revolution

Complete Test and Review of the Ride1UP 700 Series Commuter Electric Bike

The power and braking on this is just fantastic. I’ve made it up that hill faster with this bike than with any other bike. As far as a well-built, affordable commuter bike, I think it’s a pretty good option. It does weigh 62 lb, the heaviest I’ve reviewed.

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90

Ride1UP 700-Series Review

The Ride1UP 700-Series scored high marks across the board and is our top-rated electric bike. It’s on the heavier side. The 700-Series does have a somewhat more involved assembly process. Massive distance range.

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Electric Ride Lab

Ride1UP 700 Series E-Bike Review – Does It Check All the Boxes on Our List?

It’s affordable, it’s powerful enough for light off-road riding, and it’s fast enough to clock 28 miles per hour. There are lighter electric bikes. Putting the Ride1UP 700 together can be a pain.

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User Ratings

90/100 based on 109 ratings
  • 5 star
    80%
  • 4 star
    7%
  • 3 star
    4%
  • 2 star
    2%
  • 1 star
    7%

Bike Comparison

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