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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Xprit Shuttle. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- An expert says that the Shuttle's suspension and fat tires combine to absorb bumps and provide good traction on and off-road.
- The extended seat, heavy-duty suspension, and 264lb weight capacity mean the Shuttle can carry an extra passenger.
- An expert says the Logan hydraulic disc brakes provide good stopping power.
- The Shuttle's battery is removable for charging away from the bike.
- According to one reviewer, the Xprit Shuttle's handling and agility help offset the bike's high weight.
- The Shuttle has fenders, integrated front and rear lights, an electric horn, turn signals, and a rear rack.
- Expert reviewers find the Xprit Shuttle easily handles a test hill that some e-bikes fail to climb.
- According to one tester, the Kenda 4" tires provide good traction and control in varied riding conditions.
- The Shuttle has five pedal assist levels and a thumb throttle.
- BMX-style handlebars and a thick, padded motorcycle seat provide an upright and comfortable riding position.
6 reasons not to buy
- An expert finds the Shuttle's range falls slightly short of the manufacturer's claimed 54 miles.
- One tester says riders taller than 5'5" may find the seat too low, making sustained pedaling uncomfortable.
- Weighing 99lb, the Shuttle is heavy and unsuitable for riders who need to carry their bike regularly.
- Using the included 2A charger, a full charge of the 19.2 Ah battery takes almost ten hours.
- Given the Shuttle's high power and acceleration, an expert advises caution for inexperienced riders and those unused to Class 3 e-bikes.
- One reviewer says the gearing is too low, which leads to spinning out at higher speeds.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Xprit Shuttle Electric Bike Review, 2023
This Class 3 utility e-bike can satisfy riders’ needs and conciliate cost-conscious concerns, with its competitive price and the freedom it delivers enabling you to roam city streets and country roads. The low saddle and low gearing were the only issues I found with this bike.
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