Wing Freedom S2

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Release Year
Charge Time
4 Hours
Maximum Range
60, 45, 35 Miles
Top Speed
25 mph
350 W
45 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
3 6V 8.8 Ah, 36 V 10.4 Ah, 36 V 14 Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
37 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Wing Freedom S2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

19 reasons to buy

  • With 20” wheels and a compact frame, the S2 is just right for shorter riders.
  • The S2 is small enough to park in the corner of an office or apartment.
  • At only 37 lb of e-bike, owners had no problem carrying their S2.
  • On the S2, riders can hit a maximum speed of 25 mph.
  • A rider says the S2’s battery stands up to 25 miles of riding on one charge.
  • Climbs are made easy when using the S2’s aftermarket throttle.
  • Owners say Wing’s trademark style makes the S2 an attractive bike.
  • Wing includes a 1-year warranty on the S2’s frame, battery, electronics & components.
  • With 1.75” tires on 20” wheels, the S2 accelerates quickly.
  • A reviewer finds the S2’s stock saddle to be comfortable on long rides.
  • The S2’s swept-back handlebars are ergonomic and comfortable.
  • Ergonomic grips provide S2 riders with agreeable hand positioning.
  • Snazzy front and rear lights are integrated into the S2’s frame.
  • The S2’s battery is securely lockable and removable for remote charging.
  • The Freedom S2 comes fitted with Wing’s remote, fob-operated alarm system.
  • The S2 pairs a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain with 5 levels of pedal-assist.
  • Zoom’s steerer-tube-suspension fork provides riders with some bump relief.
  • The S2’s horn and lights are activated through the bike’s display.
  • Assembly of the S2 was simple enough for novices.

4 reasons not to buy

  • The S2’s throttle is an add-on and costs extra.
  • Fenders are not standard. They cost extra.
  • Front and rear racks are available, but as an add-on. They cost extra.
  • With small wheels and 1.75” tires, a rider says comfort is somewhat compromised.

Bottom line

The Freedom S2 is Wing’s compact urban e-bike option. It’s small enough to park in the corner of your office or apartment. At 37 lb, it’s light enough to carry upstairs. Buyers can choose from three battery sizes at three prices. The largest, at 14 Ah, can attain as much as 60 miles of range under utopian conditions. Reportedly, even San Francisco hills are a doddle, when using the bike’s aftermarket throttle. With a modest 25 mm of travel, Zoom’s steerer-tube-centered suspension fork compensates for some of the discomfort of running 20” wheels with average-width tires. This is strictly an on-road bike. It would suit multi-modal commutes that involve public transport. The bike’s throttle, rack and fenders are all optional extras that add to the S2’s base price.

Expert Reviews

90/100 based on 1 rated expert review
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Rachel Sonnenberg

Wing Bikes Freedom S2 E-Bike Review

I’ve done almost 400 miles. This bike is amazing. Battery life is incredible. I go, literally, on 25 mile rides running around the city. It has been so easy to use. I can just throttle my way up the hills. This is, hands down, my most favorite purchase. This bike is under 40 lb. I can easily pick it up. Best electric bike. Go buy one.

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User Ratings

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