Wing Freedom X

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Release Year
Charge Time
4 Hours
Maximum Range
35, 45, 60 Miles
Top Speed
25 Mph
350 W
45 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
36V 8.8Ah, 36V 10.4Ah, 36V 14.0Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
39.0 lbs
Brake Type
Frame Material

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.

Bottom line

Wing Bikes’ Freedom X is a Class 1 urban e-bike with integrated lights and a fob-operated alarm system. Owners can unlock a top speed of 24mph through the bike’s display. Additionally, owners can add an aftermarket throttle that operates without pedaling. Both mods will shift the Freedom X into Class 2 territory, making it illegal to ride in many areas. Owners can choose from three battery options, offering a purported 35, 45 or 60 miles of range. Some owners were satisfied with the price and performance of the Freedom X. Others were disappointed with what they saw as low to mid-range components. Customer service could be frustrating at times. A moderately-priced, entry-level option for security-conscious buyers.

Expert Reviews

70/100 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.

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Jonathan Cantres

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.

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Seth Watson

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.

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