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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Senada Saber. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
7 reasons to buy
- The Saber comes with lights, fenders, a rack, a kickstand, and a bell.
- A tester appreciates the soft, comfortable seat.
- The Saber has a total payload capacity of 330lb.
- The suspension fork features pre-load adjustment and lockout for easier pedaling on smooth surfaces.
- The Saber's hill-climbing ability impresses riders.
- Several users find the Saber confidently handles snowy conditions.
- Owners praise the bike's build quality, complimenting the solid frame.
7 reasons not to buy
- One expert bemoans the lack of hydraulic disc brakes on a bike so fast and heavy.
- The Saber's 1000W motor means it doesn't comply with standard e-bike classification.
- According to users, the Saber's range and top speed fall short of Senada's claims.
- According to one expert, the Saber feels heavy to ride and steers slowly.
- A reviewer says "mediocre" cable management detracts from the Saber's looks.
- Riders find it difficult to pedal on assist level 1.
- The Saber doesn't fit riders shorter than 5'6".
Expert Reviews66/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Senada Saber E-Bike in One of the Biggest Snowstorms in Minnesota
We got over a foot of snow in Minnesota, and I decided to take the Senada Saber e-bike out for a 2-hour ride in the snow. It did really well, and I still had 50% battery after 2 hours, and the temperature was around 13 degrees Fahrenheit.
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