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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Vtuvia SN100. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- A tester says the SN100’s motor is “wildly powerful” yet “extremely quiet”, suiting it to hunting trips.
- With a 330 lb payload and 80 Nm of torque, there’s plenty of pull to haul cargo & carcasses.
- Tall riders feel at home with the fit of the SN100.
- Users praise the SN100’s unique frame design. One deemed it “masculine”.
- Reviewers say the SN100’s independent throttle delivers instantaneous juice.
- A Mozo suspension fork sucks up the bumps and features a lockout to increase pedaling efficiency. Travel is not specified.
- The SN100’s headlight is integrated into the bike's frame.
- Reviewers respect the affordability of this electric huntbike.
- The SN100 comes in four low-key colors.
- Testers appreciate the stopping power of Logan hydraulic disc brakes.
- The SN100 features an adjustable stem, to suit differing ride stances.
- Some testers say the SN100’s display is easy to read.
10 reasons not to buy
- The SN100 has a very tall frame and toptube. For riders under 5’8”, clearance is minimal.
- Some users describe assist and throttle as being “jerky” and “overpowered”.
- The SN100 is a heavy bike. It weighs 72 lb.
- Reviewers note that there’s a lot of criss-cross cabling crowding the cockpit.
- The SN100’s brake discs are a modest 160mm. Experts suggest larger rotors to stop this heavy bike more efficiently, when fully loaded.
- A tester received their SN100 with untrue wheels and unbled brakes.
- Reviewers report that motor latency is an obstacle to precise trail riding.
- Testers say the integrated headlight rattles in its housing and allows water to enter. Water also entered the motor, for a long-term user.
- One reviewer described welding marks as “ugly”.
- A tester pointed out that the controller is housed within the seat tube, where it rattles loosely.
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Vtuvia SN100 E-Bike Review (“Hunting Fat Tire” E-Bike)
This bike looked great on paper but it’s not for everyone. If I was shopping for an electric mountain bike I would probably save up a little bit more money. This is the first bike that I’ve had shipped to me where the wheels were untrue and the brakes haven’t been bled.
Vtuvia SN100 Electric Bike Review | Adding Fenders and a Rear Rack
I use this bike for hunting. This bike has no problem getting me around and pulling deer out. The power cable came off on me. I got my seat all the way down. I’m 5’8” and it’s a little tall for me so if you’re 5’7” you’re probably gonna have a rough time on it.
Vtuvia SN100 | Review | Ride
Suspension works really nice, brakes work really nice. It’s got decent power, good speed. So overall not a bad bike, a couple of shortfalls. It’s actually a pretty big bike. I’m 6’0”. This is as low as the seat goes and I am for sure barely on the ground.
Vtuvia SN100 Review: Fat Tire, Hydraulic Brakes, Integrated Headlight Electric Bike
Overall, the Vtuvia SN100 is a versatile fat tire electric bike with a well-thought-out design at an affordable price. This is a great “first e-bike”. 160 mm brake rotors might struggle when they’re all gunked up with mud and the SN100 is loaded to its max payload.