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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the State Bicycle Co. 6061 eBike Commuter. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- At 38.8lb, this is one of the lightest affordable e-bikes on the market.
- The 6061 eBike Commuter is legit-stealthy, and hardly noticeable as an e-bike.
- Five levels of pedal assist are available, to provide support in a range of situations.
- Simple, single-speed gearing means less maintenance for owners.
- Traditional commuter frame geometry results in comfort and visibility in traffic.
- A tester reports a 20-mile range, riding at 20 mph on PAS level 5.
- This rig comes in 3 sizes, to fit riders from 5'3" to 6'2" in height.
- A 52t chainring and 16t cog result in a comfortable urban gearing ratio.
- E-bike-specific 40c tires from Kenda, provide ample girth for tackling urban jounce.
- A tester deems the 6061 eBike Commuter as highly affordable, at a low entry price.
- The 36V 10Ah battery uses LG cells and takes only 3.5 hours to fully recharge.
- Most components adhere to common standards, making them easily replaceable or upgradeable.
3 reasons not to buy
- A tester reports the bike’s battery is not removable. It must be charged on the bike.
- There is no throttle on the 6061 eBike. This is a pedal-assist-only machine.
- No gears here dear. If you live in San Francisco, you might want to look elsewhere.