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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Wing Freedom Fatty 2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- Owners report peppy acceleration. The Fatty is quick to get up to speed.
- Riders say it’s smooth on and off-road; over potholes, cracks and dirt.
- Many Wing riders regularly reach the Fatty's top speed of 25 mph.
- The Fatty’s 500 W Bafang motor delivers 80Nm of torque and 750 W of peak power.
- 4”-wide Fatty-boom-batty balloon tires make for a cushioned ride.
- The Fatty ain’t obese. At 39lb, owners can carry it up stairs.
- Wing includes a 1-year warranty on the Fatty 2’s frame, battery, electronics & components.
- A number of riders describe the Fatty as having a long-lasting battery.
- The Fatty’s unique frame and lighting make for an attractive bike.
- Front and rear lights are integrated into the Fatty’s frame.
- The Fatty 2 comes with a remote, fob-operated alarm system.
- A number of owners report positive customer service from Wing.
10 reasons not to buy
- Taller riders report that the Fatty is undersized for them.
- The Fatty does not come with a rack.
- One owner felt that the Fatty’s 39 lb weight made it a hassle to carry upstairs.
- Some buyers were upset with Wing’s manner of dealing with faulty components.
- A heavier rider reported 20-25 miles of range in a hilly area.
- Some owners believe the Fatty’s 36V system is underpowered.
- Battery levels do fluctuate, depending on the elevation being ridden.
- New York storefront buyers must pay an extra fee for assembly.
- For one buyer, their Fatty would not charge from new.
- Fenders cost extra and are not included with the stock Fatty.
Expert Reviews73/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
Best Cheap Fatty E-Bike? Wing Freedom Fatty E-Bike Review
For the price of the bike that you’re getting, it’s a really, really great pickup. It is a really fun bike. Overall, it is a really great-looking bike. I’ve had this bike for two weeks now and it’s been a joy, other than taking it upstairs.
Wingbikes | Freedom Fatty 2 | Review | My New Transportation to My Locals.
I’ll be honest with you. I can’t give you a flaw to the bike because I haven’t experienced any flaws yet. If I wanted to add something to the bike, I would say “more speed”. The bike is simple and that’s what makes it so interesting. It’s such a fun bike. One of the best investments I ever did.
Wing Bikes Freedom Fatty: Review and Close-Up. My Experience.
You have to pay [extra] to get fenders, which I think is bull**** bro. As you can see, no suspension, and if you hit a pothole going 15mph, your a** is going to go flying over the handlebars and it’s not going to be a pretty sight. On this bike, pedal-assist is not that great because these tires are heavy. It is not worth the price of what Wing Bikes is actually asking.