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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ride1UP Prodigy v2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The Ride1UP Prodigy v2 is available in step-through and high-step frames.
- Buyers can opt for an “incredibly smooth” and “quiet” Gates carbon belt drive and enviolo Trekking hub.
- The enviolo hub changes between gears seamlessly, even under load or when stopped. Stepless shifting makes it easier to find the perfect gear.
- In real-world testing, the Prodigy v2 exceeds the stated 50-mile range.
- The Prodigy comes with integrated always-on front and rear lights, a rear rack rated for 40lb, and alloy fenders that make very little noise.
- Experts relish the reduced dirt accumulation, easy cleaning, and low maintenance needs of the belt drive and hub gearing.
- Reviewers appreciate how the Prodigy v2’s responsive and natural assistance and crisp handling make it feel like riding a regular bike.
- The Tektro Orion four-piston hydraulic disk brakes are “powerful,” “very smooth,” and easy to operate.
- Reviewers applaud the combination of grip on dirt and speed on paved surfaces provided by the Maxxis Rekon Race tires.
- Experts agree the 2.25” tires, supple 100mm air-suspension fork, and ergonomic grips provide above-average ride comfort.
- Testers are excited by this bike’s off-road performance, saying the Prodigy v2 is ideal for trekking.
7 reasons not to buy
- The two frames come in only one size each. A tester feels riders with inseams greater than 32 inches might feel cramped.
- A tester says the beam of the 80-lux headlight is too narrow for visibility at night.
- One reviewer questions the quality of the battery cover design and materials. A user adds that it can be very hard to remove.
- The tight clearance between fenders and tires could be a problem in muddy terrain.
- One expert complains that the rack is too small. The proprietary design also greatly limits accessories options.
- Reviewers say the small display can be hard to see, especially in bright sunlight.
- Two testers feel cable management could be improved.
Expert Reviews93/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
Ride1UP Prodigy v2 Review: The Belt Drive, Mid-Drive E-Bike to Beat!
Ride1UP’s Prodigy v2 is a superb e-bike at an unbelievable price. Many of its premium components are usually only seen on e-bikes costing almost twice as much. It is certainly worth considering the belt drive upgrade…
Ride1UP Prodigy v2 LX Review | New Tech Helps the Ride Reach Full Potential
We’re still not sure how Ride1UP was able to create an e-bike of such exceptional value, but this… ticks all the quality boxes that could hope to be ticked without costing a thousand—or thousands—more.
Unveiling the Ride1UP Prodigy v2 LX: Your Ultimate Electric Biking Companion
… the Ride1UP Prodigy V2 LX is a fantastic choice for those seeking an electric bike that closely mirrors the experience of riding a traditional bicycle. Its numerous advantages significantly outweigh the disadvantages, offering an exceptional value proposition.
Ride1UP Prodigy v2 | Belt Drive, Internal Gear Hub, Mid-Drive, E-MTB in Disguise|
I know that it’s… a little bit weird that I decided to take this, which is intended to be more of a commuter-style bike, to a bike park, but honestly, for what it could handle at the bike park, it will absolutely crush any commute.
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If you don’t live in a hilly area, it’s a no-brainer great bike – provided you don’t want or need a throttle. And even if you do live in a hilly area and don’t mind negotiating slopes a little bit more slowly, give it some consideration.
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