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Built for those demanding even higher levels of performance from their ebike, the CX3 Pro Power Plus ebike features a lighter weight alloy frame, improving acceleration, range, and ease of transportation.
The 250w brushless motor powers this bike quickly and effortlessly to its top speed, and can enjoy a range of up to 37 miles thanks to the high-spec 36v 10.4aH battery. With its 21 speed Shimano gearing system, acceleration is smooth and controlled.
Choose to use the bike in power-assist mode to amplify your own efforts, or if you want to do even more work (or forget to charge it) you can use it just as a regular bike.
Features and Specs:
My first electric assist bike. Ordered the bike for next day delivery and indeed it arrived next day. Took about an hour to unpack the bike and all the bits. The instruction book which came with the bike was for a different model and looked to be for a folding bike. No instructions on how to use the bike electronic controller, but this can be downloaded from the internet with no trouble.
In order to assemble the bike it was necessary to do the install the following:
1. front wheel on using the quick release spindle
2. handlebars, which required realignment of the top fork fitment.
4 pedals and note the left hand pedal is a left hand thread.
Everything else was already fitted to the bike. However, I found it necessary the set up the disc brakes by aligning the brake pads with the rotor, not difficult just loosen the fastening bolts for the caliper, apply the brake and tighten whilst holding the brake on, this centres the caliper with the rotor.
First charge took about two hours, so the battery already had some charge.
On first riding the bike found the motor very powerful, just keep pedalling to keep the motor going. We live in a very hilly area so the first six miles or so used about 25% of the battery which I think is very good based on all the hills.
Be aware that when you've done a few miles on the bike check every bolt for tightness because I found a couple of bolts came a bit loose after just a little use, best to check all bolts for tightness before use.
Overall the bike is quite powerful and is great when going up hill and really helps.
I can recommend this bike is very good for the price. Don't expect a top quality machine for the price but this bike is good value for themoney.
Very happy with product and service from your company wouldn’t hesitate in recommending your company and products I’ve purchased
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Fairly simple and quick to put together nut had to pay to have the gears corrected as they where miss aligned, all in all very good bike.
Really fast delivery. Excellent value for money
The experience of sourcing and buying this bike was up to my expectations, the delivery was very quick to say it was free postage, from ordering id got my bike delivered in a few days, well package too.
This is the first time I've bought an ebike, so I was apprehensive especially as I was buying online so I couldn't try it out first - but the price fitted the bill.
I'll be using it - off and on - for commuting, so not actually taking it offroad.
By and large I was happy with it on arrival. Issues I found were that the brakes weren't lined up true (the front brake was rubbing all the way round) and although I've adjusted them the braking ability still isn't perfect.
Also, the manual isn't all the helpful - and is particularly unhelpful with the pedals - I spent ages trying to screw the left one in the wrong way because it insisted they both went in the same direction - but hey ho! You live & learn.
So we had our first outing today, and I managed to get to work and back (against the wind on the way back). It's nice having a selection of gears for the motor - at some point I'll have to use lower manual gears and rely on the engine a bit less, but it's early days and windy weather still!
The motor was a bit variable - sometimes it would suddenly kick into gear for no discernable reason, so I'm not sure if it was always pulling properly (also could be a bit pulsatile rather than giving a constant pull on the flat, which was slightly disconcerting.
But overall, so far so good - I pedalled home against the wind, and it was definitely far quicker than it would have been without the motor - also came back all the way on top engine gear (because of the wind), having varied things on the way in, and I still had a couple of bars of battery by the time I got home - that's 21/22k each way, or 55 minutes each way at my speed.
So, battery power (at least to start with) seems as advertised; brakes not quite as good as I'd hope from disc brakes; and I can definitely feel the power of the engine on hills, which my knees are very grateful for. All in all so far a good purchase