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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Wing Freedom X. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- The Freedom X features an integrated headlight and taillight.
- Wing says the Freedom X is designed to accommodate riders from 5'6" to 6'4".
- A 350W Bafang motor outputs a peak of 550 watts.
- The Freedom X can be unlocked to reach a top speed of 24mph.
- At 39 lb, the Freedom X is lightweight for an ebike.
- This bike is fitted with a motion-sensitive, fob-activated alarm.
- The Freedom X is equipped with a 7-speed drivetrain and 5 levels of assist.
- Owners complimented the Freedom X’s comfortable grips and saddle.
- Swept-back handlebars contribute to an upright urban ride-position.
- Riders found plenty of power to reach 20mph, even in assist level 2.
- With a seamlessly integrated battery and lights, the Freedom X presents well.
- The Freedom X’s battery can be locked for security or removed for charging.
- With moderate-width tires and a low center-of-gravity, the Freedom X is agile.
- The bike comes with a 1-year warranty on its frame, battery, electronics and components.
7 reasons not to buy
- The torque sensor’s responsiveness did not impress some users.
- Mechanical brakes exhibit underwhelming power and squeal loudly.
- The optional throttle is delayed and underwhelming when activated.
- One owner found the alarm and fob to be buggy and frustrating.
- The smallest battery option topped-out at 19 miles of range, for one owner.
- Numerous owners expressed frustration with “poor” customer service.
- One owner points out that a mis-sized stem is a potential safety issue.
Expert Reviews70/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Review: Wing Freedom X
If good looks, speed, and affordability matter when you’re shopping for an electric bike, this one checks all the boxes. I think the Freedom 2 is better value over the X. Regardless of which model you go with, you’re getting a lot for your money.
My Wing Bikes – Freedom X Review
I’ve had the bike for a month and a half and I have almost 500 miles on it. What I love about my Freedom X is tackling those hills that otherwise, I’ll be standing up pedaling, huffing and puffing – with this Wing bike that’s all gone. It’s an amazing purchase as an entry-level bike.
Wing Bikes Freedom X Black and Silver Review
All-in-all guys, I really, really like the bikes. I’m going to keep them for a long time. I’m happy with the purchase. One deciding factor for me, between a Van Moof and this, is that the Freedom X’s low battery means a lower center of gravity.