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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Velowave Ghost. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
15 reasons to buy
- Ghost riders were delighted with the bike’s rapid acceleration.
- For this low price, the Ghost is seen as a good value.
- Riders report that the Ghost exhibits good battery life on long rides.
- The Ghost is svelte, thanks to internal cabling and a concealed battery.
- Riders praise the action and adjustment of the Ghost’s unbranded suspension fork.
- Many owners find the Ghost to be a comfortable bike with a comfortable saddle.
- A large range of options and controls are accessible from the Ghost’s display unit.
- The Ghost’s gripshifter moves smoothly through a Shimano 1x7 drivetrain.
- The Ghost fits riders from 5’4” to 6’2” in height and up to 280lb in weight.
- Owners find assembly of the Ghost to be simple and quick, with provided tools.
- Buyers report that the Ghost’s build is solid.
- The Ghost’s battery can be removed for security or to charge it away from the bike.
- Riders are pleased to be able to use the Ghost’s throttle from a dead stop.
- The Ghost’s dark green or silver color options are understated and tasteful.
- At low assist levels, the Ghost can cover a maximum of 40 miles on a single charge.
11 reasons not to buy
- With a 52-tooth chainring and 7-speed cassette, the Ghost's gearing is high.
- The Ghost is haunted by a 1-2 second delay as pedal assist engages or disengages.
- No lights are included with the Velowave Ghost.
- Some owners found the Ghost’s handlebars to be too low. They swapped them out.
- Some Ghost riders feel the bike’s throttle trigger is oversensitive.
- The Ghost’s manual is insufficient and has no guide for the bike’s display.
- To some riders, the Ghost’s mechanical brakes are underpowered.
- In several cases, the Ghost’s brakes required professional adjustment, from new.
- Riders reported a short battery life under true mountain biking conditions.
- In a couple of instances, the Ghost’s wheels were significantly out of true.
- A couple of Ghost buyers were missing some small parts from their new bike.