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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Velotric Nomad 1. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- Testers and owners verify that the Nomad can attain up to 52-64 mi of range.
- Fat 4” tires provide comfort and impact absorbance on off-road outings.
- The Nomad 1 has an independent throttle that can be revved without pedaling.
- Testers laud the Nomad’s powerful (yet unbranded) hydraulic disc brakes.
- Nomad frames fit riders from 5’1” to 6’9”.
- The Step-Thru Nomad makes ‘stop-start’ city riding easy, with a frame to suit shorter, less flexible, and older riders.
- With 75 Nm of torque and a 440lb payload, the Nomad can easily pull cargo and husky riders over most terrains.
- The Nomad’s 750W hub motor peaks out at a whopping 1200W.
- Velotric’s 80 mm suspension fork irons out jounce from ruts, roots, and small rocks.
- Wet-weather riders are blessed by the Nomad’s IPX6 ‘waterproof’ rating and full-coverage fenders.
- Experts see the Nomad 1 as being competitively priced.
- The Nomad’s fit and finish impressed experts.
- Both Step-Thru and High-Step Nomads are available in four distinct colors.
- Testers say assembly is simple, using Velotric’s provided tools and instructional videos.
- Velotric’s plush, unbranded saddle delights reviewers with its off-the-shelf comfort.
- Reviewers came away impressed after testing Velotric’s customer service response.
- The Nomad has a USB port available to charge your phone or another accessory.
- Some testers praised Velotric’s display for its clarity and simplicity.
- The Nomad arrives with front and rear lighting included.
6 reasons not to buy
- Owners and testers could not deny this beast’s bulk, at 72-73 lb.
- Reviewers stress that the Nomad isn’t suited to technical trail riding.
- The Nomad’s rear light is dim, doesn’t flash, and runs on batteries.
- Some testers describe Velotric’s display as ‘limited’.
- Racks are not included with the Nomad.
- Testers report some motor lag and imprecision, due to the Nomad’s cadence sensor.
Expert Reviews88/100 based on 5 rated expert reviews
Velotric Nomad 1: The Fat Tire, Go-Anywhere, Class 2 E-Bike
The Nomad 1 is fun and capable. While the large and heavier design won’t suit commuters, it shines for its ability to adventure off the beaten path. It’s still best suited for more casual off-roading rather than hardcore trail riding.
Velotric Nomad 1 Electric Bike Review: Tackle Any Terrain in Comfort
The ride is very smooth and comfortable. I was able to power through some light frozen snow, over crunchy dry grass fields, and through fallen dry leaves. The powerful 750W motor provided confidence that I could get through any terrain.
Velotric Nomad 1 Review:
An Affordable Fat Tire E-Bike That Packs a Serious Punch!
Overall during our review, we were impressed with how much was offered on the Velotric Nomad 1, a value-priced fat tire e-bike. The motor packed a real punch and did well on our hill test. This bike has a nice laid-back riding position making it a comfortable ride.
Velotric Nomad 1 – Fat Tire E-Bike Reviewed
The Nomad 1 is a great all-around e-bike for commuters and thrill-seekers alike. It’s also priced right for a bike in its category. The bike is solid but because there is nothing that stands out I’ll be giving it 4 out of 5 stars.
Velotric Nomad 1 Review: A Reliable and Fun E-Bike
After plenty of miles traversing city streets and dirt trails, we were completely satisfied with the Velotric Nomad 1 e-bike — simple as that. It isn’t exactly inexpensive, but it’s a good value. It delivers on the features it promises.