700 Series

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Fully-loaded commuter ebike

1078 reviews
Frame Type ST
ST - Step-Through
XR - Step-Over

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700 Series At A Glance

Speed

Speed

Class 3 electric bike, with 28mph pedal assist and 20mph throttle

Motor

Motor

Powerful 750w sustained geared hub motor with 60nm torque

Range

Range

30-50 miles depending on rider weight, terrain, incline, level of assist, etc.

Frame

Frame

Lightweight Alloy Frame with internal protected & locked electronics

Comfort

Comfort

Frame geometry & components built for "the most comfortable ride ever"

Features & Highlights

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Integrated LED 80 Lux Headlight and Taillight. Operated from the display. See and Be Seen!
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48V Two Amp Charger and Cable. LED Indicator Feature Provides Realtime Charging Status.
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Handlebar Mounted 2.2" Color LCD Display. Customizable Pedal Assist (PAS) Settings and Advanced Metrics for Intelligent Riding Feedback.
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High performing ebike rated tires 27.5"x2.4" - Perfect for Rain or Shine - Varies by frame and color selection: Schwalbe Super-Moto X Textured Tires or WTB Groov-E
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Two Keys for the Removable Integrated Battery System. Theft Protection Design - Battery Anxiety Begone!
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Heavy Duty Adjustable Chainstay Kickstand. High Load Capacity for Extra Support and Stability.

Components & Tech Specs

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Motor
Motor
48V Geared Hub Bafang Motor
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Controller
48V18A DMHC Sine-wave
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Battery
48V15ah Reention Rhino, 39 x 21700 Samsung Cells. UL 2271 Certified
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Display
KD218 Adjustable Speed Color Display
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PAS Sensor
Ride1Up R1CBC (Current-Based-Cadence System)
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Brakes
Tektro Dual Piston 180mm Hydraulic Brakes w/ Electric Cut-Off Sensor
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Fork
Mozo Hydraulic Lockout, 100mm Suspension Travel
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Tires
27.5”x2.4” High Performance rated for ebikes - WTB Groov-E Tires
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Throttle
Left side Thumb Throttle
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Handlebar
ST Frame: City/Café Upright Handlebars XR Frame: Riser Bars, 31.8mm Bar, with 25mm Rise
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Grips
VELO Faux-Leather Grips
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Shifters
SHIMANO ACERA 8 speed trigger shifter
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Gearing
45T Front Alloy Chainring
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Cassette
11-30T Shimano Cassette
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Derailleur
Shimano Acera RD-M3000
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Chain
KMC Professional 8-Speed Chain
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Rims
3D Double Wall Rim, 33mm Width
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Spokes
Stainless steel, 12G rear, 13G front
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Fenders
Hardened Alloy Fenders
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Rear Rack
50lbs Rated Loading Weight With Pannier Side Mount
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Front light
Buchel Shiny 80, Ultra-bright 80 lux headlight
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Rear light
Spanninga Luceo Rear Light
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Saddle
Selle Royal Freeway Plush Gel
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Seat Post
Promax 31.6mm x 350mm Adjustable Angle
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Pedals
Wellgo Alloy Pedals
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XR Stem
PROMAX Adjustable 0-60° 90mm 31.8mm Bar Clamp
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ST Stem
PROMAX Adjustable 0-60° 60mm 31.8mm Bar Clamp
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Additional
Water Bottle Bosses and Chainstay Guard

Dimensions & Sizing

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XR
ST
Bike Weight
Weight Capacity
Rider Height Range
A - Maximum Seat Height
B - Minimum Seat Height
C - Stand-over Height
D - Wheelbase
E - Top Tube Length
F - Head Tube Length
G - Seat Tube Length
H - Chainstay Length
I - Fork Length
J - Head Tube Angle
K - Seat Tube Angle
L - Stack
M - Handlebar Reach
N - Total Length
O - Handlebar Height
62lbs
300lbs
5'5"-6'4"
1016mm 40in
838mm 33in
749mm 29in
1117mm 44in
582mm 23in
140mm 6in
480mm 19in
448.5mm 18in
502mm 20in
68°
70°
638mm 25in
380mm 15in
1778mm 70in
1041mm 41in
62lbs
300lbs
5'-6'2"
965mm 38in
787mm 31in
431mm 17in
1117mm 44in
594mm 23in
120mm 5in
400mm 16in
450mm 18in
502mm 20in
68°
68.2°
620mm 24in
397mm 16in
1778mm 70in
1016mm 40in
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Assembly & Support

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Bike Will Arrive 85% Assembled (electronics are pre-assembled). Basic Assembly Steps Are Required As Noted In The Video Above.

Bikes In Stock Ship In Under 24 Hours. Email Tracking Provides Transit And Delivery Estimates Once Shipped. Package Size is 52″x30″x8″ and just under 75lbs.

FAQ'S

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Can I test ride a bike? minus plus

We are a direct-to-consumer company both in pricing and strategy. You will generally pay a premium for the ability to test ride through a dealer. However, our bikes have been thoroughly tested by top reviewers such as Electric Bike Review, Electric Bike Report, Cycling Weekly, Clean Technica, Electrek and many others who have published their reviews on YouTube. Additionally, we are now supporting an independent network of owners offering their bikes for demos. Learn more here Locations

What can I expect ordering a bike from Ride1Up? minus plus

This article will explain all about what to expect when ordering a bike from us. Ordering With Us

Can I upgrade the battery? minus plus

Unfortunately the 14ah battery pack is the largest available that will fit this frame.

Can I switch the handlebars to another model? minus plus

No. The variations you see on the site are the only options we have.

Can you ship to _______? minus plus

We only ship within North America. The Continental United States is FREE. Hawaii and Alaska is $600. Shipping to Canada is $100. We are not responsible for any additional tariffs charged by your local government which often times applied after importing. Unfortunately, we are not able to ship our bikes directly to Europe. You can use a shipping forwarder like ShopUsa.com to reach your country.

Are the bikes water-proof? minus plus

The bikes are not water-proof, they are water-resistant, rated IP-65. While we do not recommend leaving the bikes out in the rain or riding in the rain or other hazardous conditions due to personal safety, the bikes can handle water exposure.

What's the difference between the 500 and 700 series bikes? minus plus

We’ve summarized some of the pros and cons of each model in this article. https://ride1up.com/which-ebike-is-right-for-you/

Reviews

4.8
Based on 1,073 reviews
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Jeff

700 is on sale today for $1299, I'm jealous, paid a lot more than that for mine last year. After a year, I think it's a great bike, love the upright position and the feel of sweptback handlebars, like an old German motocycle. The power is really good; with a big battery, means it's a well done fast cruiser that never disappointed. I have other more expensive 36v belt drive bikes, it's not necessary. The 48v 700 out-performs them, is simple and a chain will last for years on it. No reason to spend more for most people! The complete bike.

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Dametreus V.

I love this bike. Best all around e-Bike. Period. I've gone ahead and added an attachable U-Lock to the rack, as well as a Samsung Tag to keep track of the bike. Best investment for exercise I've made outside of the gym.

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Dametreus V.

I love this bike. Best all around e-Bike. Period. I've gone ahead and added an attachable U-Lock to the rack, as well as a Samsung Tag to keep track of the bike. Best investment for exercise I've made outside of the gym.

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Dametreus V.

I love this bike. Best all around e-Bike. Period. I've gone ahead and added an attachable U-Lock to the rack, as well as a Samsung Tag to keep track of the bike. Best investment for exercise I've made outside of the gym.

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April L

Purchased my 700 in March of 2023 and have had a blast taking it on local rail trails and along with us on RV travels ever since. It's much easier to use our bikes to get into touristy places where our large truck would be harder to find parking for. It's been on the Cape May Lewes Ferry, Delaware Seashore, South Carolina, Cape Henlopen State Park and all around Ulster and Duchess Counties rail trail systems. We cannot wait to go out this season! The bike is comfortable and easy to maneuver, even for someone who didn't grow up riding bikes. I'm 5'9" and the bike height is perfect for me.

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April L

Purchased my 700 in March of 2023 and have had a blast taking it on local rail trails and along with us on RV travels ever since. It's much easier to use our bikes to get into touristy places where our large truck would be harder to find parking for. It's been on the Cape May Lewes Ferry, Delaware Seashore, South Carolina, Cape Henlopen State Park and all around Ulster and Duchess Counties rail trail systems. We cannot wait to go out this season! The bike is comfortable and easy to maneuver, even for someone who didn't grow up riding bikes. I'm 5'9" and the bike height is perfect for me.

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April L

Purchased my 700 in March of 2023 and have had a blast taking it on local rail trails and along with us on RV travels ever since. It's much easier to use our bikes to get into touristy places where our large truck would be harder to find parking for. It's been on the Cape May Lewes Ferry, Delaware Seashore, South Carolina, Cape Henlopen State Park and all around Ulster and Duchess Counties rail trail systems. We cannot wait to go out this season! The bike is comfortable and easy to maneuver, even for someone who didn't grow up riding bikes. I'm 5'9" and the bike height is perfect for me.

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Marie M.

Love my Ride1UP e-bike! I have gone on several 20 mile rides so far and it is fantastic!

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Gregory S.

My wife really enjoys her new 700 Series ST. It’s a good fit for her in addition to being very smooth and fast. The bike was easy to assemble and is a very high quality product. She loves riding for exercise and is getting 70+ miles per battery charge.

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Ruhul Kuddus

I have been driving a Ride1Up 700 Series Step-through model since July 2021. It has about 3,000 miles at this point. I drive mostly on paved roads and hilly but paved bike trails. The bike is running well, the battery still holds charge for weeks and I can drive about 30 miles per full charging. I needed to change the brake pad last summer. The original tires lose air pressure quite fast are they are not leak-proof (they can get punctured by thorns). After the rear tire got punctured in 2022, I replaced the tubes with gel tubes, but it added a new headache; the valves get clogged. I often need to change the valves to pump the tires. This month, I found that the original fork has been frozen, it no longer absorbs shock. I like to buy a fork that can replace the existing one without any alterations. I think the bike package as it is shipped, is inadequate in terms of safety, comfort, and convenience. I found the flood light inadequate, so I added an additional rechargeable headlight. To increase safety, I have added a bike bell, a bike mirror to the left handle, and a battery-powered rearview camera. I also added several reflective patches to the bike for increased nighttime visibility. For comfort, I have changed the original seat to a Selle SMP TRK Gel Seat and the original seat post to a Redshift ShockStop seat post. For convenience, I have added a Coospo Bike computer and a bike bag. All these changes and additions, to my opinion, turned the bike into a more complete equipment. Overall, I enjoy my bike and drive it every day if it does not rain or snow.

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Verified Buyer

I purchased a 700 series in September and of course the price went down at Christmas isn’t that always the way SMH . Yet the experience thus far ,riding at least 20 miles a day , Until beginning of October when I had spinal surgery . I had a very good experience but didn’t ride long enough to come to a conclusion . I had to wait another 6 weeks to get back on I have enjoyed and have been surprised at the speed the build the comfortable upright position . The 700 series has been a great experience . I would recommend this model and company to anyone who inquires . The only few things I had issues with was the seat , kind of uncomfortable. I don’t have a lot of my own cushion haha . I replaced the seat to a aftermarket. Possibly if I had a bigger tush it’d be ok with original seat .As well I do have shifting issues not horrible but it’s kind of a pain was a bit bummmed on that front . Tho The build did not take too long I purchased the specialty tools to insure the bike was built perfectly. I was surprised after watching videos of the build ,and how much you had to build . When the bike came it was built a lot more than previously stated very happy about that . The Battery seems to be strong long lasting , but after some miles the battery heats up and uses more than it should tho if you cool the battery down she’s going a bit stronger . Absolutely worth the dough . This bike is smooth when using assist super fast top speed on a good road went to 31mph like dang . More to come due to the low miles I have on it but I’m currently have 135 miles on her . To me it’s been fantastic. I highly recommend this bike . Hey ho least go!!! Want questions let me know ! Let’s see how long this lasts before issues especially the gear shifts. Very satisfied. Thank you for all your help and building a solid e bike .

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Verified Buyer

I purchased a 700 series in September and of course the price went down at Christmas isn’t that always the way SMH . Yet the experience thus far ,riding at least 20 miles a day , Until beginning of October when I had spinal surgery . I had a very good experience but didn’t ride long enough to come to a conclusion . I had to wait another 6 weeks to get back on I have enjoyed and have been surprised at the speed the build the comfortable upright position . The 700 series has been a great experience . I would recommend this model and company to anyone who inquires . The only few things I had issues with was the seat , kind of uncomfortable. I don’t have a lot of my own cushion haha . I replaced the seat to a aftermarket. Possibly if I had a bigger tush it’d be ok with original seat .As well I do have shifting issues not horrible but it’s kind of a pain was a bit bummmed on that front . Tho The build did not take too long I purchased the specialty tools to insure the bike was built perfectly. I was surprised after watching videos of the build ,and how much you had to build . When the bike came it was built a lot more than previously stated very happy about that . The Battery seems to be strong long lasting , but after some miles the battery heats up and uses more than it should tho if you cool the battery down she’s going a bit stronger . Absolutely worth the dough . This bike is smooth when using assist super fast top speed on a good road went to 31mph like dang . More to come due to the low miles I have on it but I’m currently have 135 miles on her . To me it’s been fantastic. I highly recommend this bike . Hey ho least go!!! Want questions let me know ! Let’s see how long this lasts before issues especially the gear shifts. Very satisfied. Thank you for all your help and building a solid e bike .

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Abel

So far, we love our new e-bikes. Assembly was quite easy thanks to the installation videos on the website. I would have been totally lost without those. Can’t wait to get out and ride when our weather warms up this spring.

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David L.

After many decades, last year I was able to downsize from a two-car household to one car. I would highly recommend the Ride1Up 700 series ST bike to anyone looking for an excellent commuter/cruiser ebike riding experience. This is my second one after my 1st one was stolen. I liked it so much that i immediately replaced it. I get many positive compliments from other riders that I encounter while riding. Dave Lagan

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Charles Burch

Bike is so much better than I could imagine.

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Elizabeth

Sturdy, fun and fast ebike; I love that we can customize the assistance levels (% of power output): it's a great feature that you don't find on most ebikes. I bought it to ride with my husband since he rides a LMT'D daily and we're in a hilly area. IMO, the LMT'D feels more like a supercharged bike thanks to the torque sensor and the silent motor; the assistance on the 700 series is pretty straight-foward and the motor is more noisy (seems standard for an ebike). Still, it's fun and efficient! On the other side, the 700 series feels both more stable and handy than the LMT'D. We will use it for commuting, hauling our baby to be born, and explore the area. Would recommend!

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William Lawrence

I bought two. They have been so fun to ride! I look outside everyday now to see if it's good enough weather to ride, even though it's Winter! Really looking forward to next Spring/Summer/Fall.

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William Lawrence

I bought two. They have been so fun to ride! I look outside everyday now to see if it's good enough weather to ride, even though it's Winter! Really looking forward to next Spring/Summer/Fall.

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PAMELA N.

Adding pics, well packed. Easy to sort out parts. Manual was not working for me, so i had to YouTube an instructional video. The visual was much better even if i had to watch some parts 10 times over. Oh i also got a great deal, the price dropped & it was the lowest i saw all year so i jumped and made the purchase!

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PAMELA N.

Adding pics, well packed. Easy to sort out parts. Manual was not working for me, so i had to YouTube an instructional video. The visual was much better even if i had to watch some parts 10 times over. Oh i also got a great deal, the price dropped & it was the lowest i saw all year so i jumped and made the purchase!

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PAMELA N.

Adding pics, well packed. Easy to sort out parts. Manual was not working for me, so i had to YouTube an instructional video. The visual was much better even if i had to watch some parts 10 times over. Oh i also got a great deal, the price dropped & it was the lowest i saw all year so i jumped and made the purchase!

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Image #22 from PAMELA N.

PAMELA N.

Adding pics, well packed. Easy to sort out parts. Manual was not working for me, so i had to YouTube an instructional video. The visual was much better even if i had to watch some parts 10 times over. Oh i also got a great deal, the price dropped & it was the lowest i saw all year so i jumped and made the purchase!

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Image #23 from PAMELA N.

PAMELA N.

Adding pics, well packed. Easy to sort out parts. Manual was not working for me, so i had to YouTube an instructional video. The visual was much better even if i had to watch some parts 10 times over. Oh i also got a great deal, the price dropped & it was the lowest i saw all year so i jumped and made the purchase!

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James F.

So much fun to ride and easy assembly! Great customer service

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Emma Russell

Exactly what I needed! I have not filled my car with gas once since my bike arrived. I would call that a car to ebike success story.

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Mark C.

Absolutely love my 700 series EBike! It’s great for casual rides, but has a long enough range to do long rides or daily commuting. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a commuter or cruiser bike!

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Mark C.

Absolutely love my 700 series EBike! It’s great for casual rides, but has a long enough range to do long rides or daily commuting. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a commuter or cruiser bike!

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John Lynch

I’ve been waiting to give this review because I wanted to give the bike a good long test. I’ve been riding it for a year now and it has around 5600 miles on it so it’s about time. I use this bike for my daily commute which is a 20 mile round trip, Sometimes I’ll add a few miles by choosing a longer route when I have time and the weather is nice. I also like to go on rides on the weekends or days off just to get outside and get some exercise. As you the reader may have guessed, I love this bike! Before deciding on the 700, I did as much research online as I could. I wanted a reliable commuter that I could take out for some casual road rides on the weekends and this bike does not disappoint. I have configured the cockpit to give me a more aggressive position but it is still comfortable. As I like to tinker a bit with my bikes, I have changed the pedals, the handle bars, the grips and I installed a 48T chainring. None of which is really necessary but as I said I like to tinker. I have had a few issues with the bike however, the main one being at around the ten month mark the pas would intermittently stop working but as the bike was still under warranty and with the help of Apollo at the service center and Zac and Rudy at the Shop in San Diego the problem was fixed quickly and I didn’t miss a single day of my commute. I also went through a phase of getting a crazy amount of flats but I installed some Mr. Tuffy tire liners and switched to slime inner tubes and I haven’t had a flat since. For me this was a great pick that checked all the boxes I was looking for and I would recommend this bike for anyone interested in an out of the box commuter with great flexibility for customizing to your personal riding style. A little about me, I am 59 years old and am in much better shape now than I was a year ago. I was a skinny tire rider in my youth and this bike has allowed me to get back out there without worrying if I can make it over the next big climb or last 5 miles to home. This bike really can make cycling available to anyone which I think is a very good thing.

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Ross Kelderman

Some of my comments here are not specific to the 700 Series but rather e-biking in general. That said, my experience with e-biking is on the 700 series. Things I like: 1) This is a lot more fun than conventional cycling and you can still get your heart rate high by using lower levels of assistance or going at a higher speed. If I want to avoid sweating, I can. If I want a workout, I can do that too. 2) I like that I can remove the battery so that I can charge it in a cooler environment or bring it up to my office. 3) I really like the feel of the tires on the pavement, great grip 4) My bike guy tells me that this bike is well-equipped in terms of components, especially at this price point My problems: 1) The bike rack on the city bus only supports tires with a width up to 2.25", this bike is 2.4". I tried it anyway and it doesn't fit. This reduces my options on the commute and I wish I would have bought something with a smaller wheel and maybe a bit less weight. 2) The 60 miles of range might be true but there would be a lot of caveats on that. For one, you'd be using a such low level of assistance that you'd basically just be offsetting the extra weight of this bike and it would feel like pedaling a normal weighted bike 60 miles. Secondly, they tell you to operate the battery between 20% and 80% so that really only opens up 60% of the battery for normal use. Finally, if you read the ideal operating temperatures for the battery... in my geography, you get like 3 days a year you can ride the bike. 3) Originally, I was thinking about this in terms of the cost per mile based on my cost of a kw/h. The reality is charging the battery is almost free from an energy perspective. The real cost is the battery will only take a limited number of charges and is a very expensive part to replace. If you include the wear and tear on battery this isn't such a cheap commute. 4) While my bike mechanic appreciates the components, he has struggled getting the rear spokes to stay at tension... he thinks the bike might be too heavy for the wheel provided. Ride 1up has been supportive as we work through this but its been annoying. 5) This isn't a huge deal but the bike can be a bit of a wuss about hills. I live in Iowa so this isn't a big problem for me.

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Jason S.

So far so good! Have over 40 miles almost 30 commutes to/from work on the Ride1Up 700 series. It’s getting colder and darker leaving me lots of pleasant rides with the headlight and taillight that work great. The ride to work is downhill and all uphill for the ride home (which was a killer with my non-powered pedal bike). The brakes seem to be bedding in well with only minor adjustment needed. The rear derailleur has needed adjustment to keep easy shifting. Only minor gripe I have is there is a vibration rattle I haven’t been able to track down. Overall, great e-bike, with great performance. Time will tell how the batteries last as everything on the bike should last very well.

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Gregory Suber

Love the ride

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Mike K.

Well let me start by saying I’ve been an avid Ebike enthusiast for about 7 years. This is my eight purchase, (2 Ecotric’s, Rattan, Rad, and 3 Aventon’s) however it’s my first commuter bike. Everything else was a fat tire bike and I was sick and tired of pedaling a “lumber wagon” on the paved trails so after weeks of research the Ride1Up came out as the one with the highest overall rating. Great price as well – especially for a bike with so many branded parts. Now don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against the fat tire bike, it’s just that they have their place and riding on paved trails really isn’t really one of them. Alas, the commuter bike made better sense for that everyday ride. This Ride1Up 700 Series lives up to the hype that is written about it. I will say that assembly on this bike was the most extensive by FAR! I’ve been around bikes long enough so it wasn’t a problem, but it took about an hour and half to assemble it all and get it adjusted for my first ride. All though it’s a 750 watt motor I didn’t get that feeling since it has a very slow PAS sensitivity and the sensor takes a while for it to catch up to the pedaling. Not a bad thing, it appears that every manufacture has a different idea on what’s right and what’s not right. It’s been four days now – I have about 140 miles on it and I’m getting use to the bikes personality. It’s a smooth, quiet ride. Best brakes I’ve ever had. Easy to handle and really lots of fun. I’ve changed out the seat and seat post with an oversized seat and shocked absorbed seat post. I switched out the handle bars with a 3.75” riser and @ 4” wider. I’m 70 and I wanted to sit more upright than the original design offered. Oh, I also added a super custom trailer hitch for pulling my trailer. (See Pictures) In conclusion, the Ride1Up is a great bike for the price – you WILL NOT be disappointed by any means. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. Happy Biking!

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Mike K.

Well let me start by saying I’ve been an avid Ebike enthusiast for about 7 years. This is my eight purchase, (2 Ecotric’s, Rattan, Rad, and 3 Aventon’s) however it’s my first commuter bike. Everything else was a fat tire bike and I was sick and tired of pedaling a “lumber wagon” on the paved trails so after weeks of research the Ride1Up came out as the one with the highest overall rating. Great price as well – especially for a bike with so many branded parts. Now don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against the fat tire bike, it’s just that they have their place and riding on paved trails really isn’t really one of them. Alas, the commuter bike made better sense for that everyday ride. This Ride1Up 700 Series lives up to the hype that is written about it. I will say that assembly on this bike was the most extensive by FAR! I’ve been around bikes long enough so it wasn’t a problem, but it took about an hour and half to assemble it all and get it adjusted for my first ride. All though it’s a 750 watt motor I didn’t get that feeling since it has a very slow PAS sensitivity and the sensor takes a while for it to catch up to the pedaling. Not a bad thing, it appears that every manufacture has a different idea on what’s right and what’s not right. It’s been four days now – I have about 140 miles on it and I’m getting use to the bikes personality. It’s a smooth, quiet ride. Best brakes I’ve ever had. Easy to handle and really lots of fun. I’ve changed out the seat and seat post with an oversized seat and shocked absorbed seat post. I switched out the handle bars with a 3.75” riser and @ 4” wider. I’m 70 and I wanted to sit more upright than the original design offered. Oh, I also added a super custom trailer hitch for pulling my trailer. (See Pictures) In conclusion, the Ride1Up is a great bike for the price – you WILL NOT be disappointed by any means. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. Happy Biking!

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Cynthia G.

So excited for my step-through 700! After my husband purchased his 700, and I put miles and miles on it, I finally got my bike. Packaging is done extremely well, some 50+ zip ties and foam packaging later she’s ready to go!

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Charles P.

Fun and fast! Nearly Everything worked great. Bought one and then a second when we found how much fun they are and how easy it is to get around town on ‘em. My son rides one to grade school 3 miles from home mostly on bike path. He can almost beat a car getting there (yes, full face helmet for him). We needed to adjust spokes and true the wheels on both bikes. We did the second one before ever riding it. Recommend to have a shop do it unless you have the skills and spoke tool. We put the cyber shot 350 rear light and nite rider 1000 in front to be seen by cars and for any night riding, We use the bikes lights on and the others are blinking when riding. Handles very well at speed and mileage seems very much on what is claimed. Did a ride in the mountains carrying the spare battery mounted on rack with bungees. On level 5 I got 46-47 miles (2 batteries) before back at car and these are serious mountains in VA on Shenandoah National park skyline drive and had a little charge in the last battery. Anyway, my family loves the bikes. Get one if you can and use it!

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Dan Castorani

Really enjoying my new 700 st. It has great take off speed and excellent breaks.

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Image #37 from Jo Ann B.

Jo Ann B.

Love the bike recently purchased a Cafe Cruiser too. All that we use now to get around Cape May NJ

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Nathan U.

Use it for daily commute to work and the gym.

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Nathan U.

Use it for daily commute to work and the gym.

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MARK S

Easy to setup and a great ride.

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Madalyn

I I would rate our experience with shipping and assembly as a four, but the bike as a whole was definitely a five. Originally FedEx would not deliver our bikes stating that the hazardous material paperwork had not been filled out correctly by Ride1Up. When I contacted Chad in customer service he verified the issue with the paperwork and reshipped our bikes. We missed a week of riding but were happy to have the bikes at all, as it is difficult to ship anything with lithium ion batteries to Alaska. The video showing assembly was a little lacking in certain areas but overall we were able to overcome the issues. After we assembled both bikes, we took them to a bike shop to have them tuned and tightened. The bike shop was impressed at the quality of the bikes and only charged us for tune-ups as the assembly was done well. The quality of the bike and inclusion of accessories was impressive. Standard ebikes without accessories in Alaska were at least double what we paid with Ride1Up. The power and shifting is smooth and the motor is very quiet. The battery lasts a long time. The bikes were charged at 80% when we received them and we've put 48 miles on them so far, with 1 bar of battery left. We've only used pedal assist, not the throttle, so I'm sure that extends the discharge. I love that I can sit up straight to ride and that the handle bars are adjustable in several ways. The step through is nice for rides in the city, where waiting for traffic lights is common. The quality is amazing for the price - from the handle bars to the kickstand. I highly recommend this bike to anyone doesn't want to sacrifice quality for price.

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Anonymous

Great value for money. Still has problems. The wheels on my bike came super out of true and had no threadlocker. Finding a bike shop that would fix it in the summer was almost impossible. Nobody wants to work on a 63lb ebike. My bike also got a key that went right through the tire and popped the tube. I wish they had a kevlar belt to stop objects from going right through the tire. The tire itself was impossible to replace myself and the bike shop I went to told me i shouldn't try to replace the tubes because the tire is way too tight to do without professional tools he reccomended i get a better tire that wasnt so difficult to replace and that has reinforcement. The motor hall sensor will kill the motor if im on a steep hill and thats really annoying. Having to constantly restart the bike. The motor also gives feedback sometimes that sounds really bad. I dont know if the motor is damaged but i hope its normal. I wish there was a charging indicator on the bike to show it was charging. Sometimes i think its plugged in but its not. Some sort of fast charger would be awesome or a way to put another battery on. I got it for 300 off and that was a great deal so its hard to complain but i hope they make improvements to the next model.

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Anthony P.

Love the bike! I bought myself one and also bought my wife the step through. Lots of fun and you can get as much of a workout as you desire based off whatever setting you choose from 1-5 levels of assist.

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Just1dude

Well let me start by saying I’ve been an avid Ebike enthusiast for about 7 years. This is my eight purchase, (2 Ecotric’s, Rattan, Rad, and 3 Aventon’s) however it’s my first commuter bike. Everything else was a fat tire bike and I was sick and tired of pedaling a “lumber wagon” on the paved trails so after weeks of research the Ride1Up came out as the one with the highest overall rating. Great price as well – especially for a bike with so many branded parts. Now don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against the fat tire bike, it’s just that they have their place and riding on paved trails really isn’t really one of them. Alas, the commuter bike made better sense for that everyday ride. This Ride1Up 700 Series lives up to the hype that is written about it. I will say that assembly on this bike was the most extensive by FAR! I’ve been around bikes long enough so it wasn’t a problem, but it took about an hour and half to assemble it all and get it adjusted for my first ride. All though it’s a 750 watt motor I didn’t get that feeling since it has a very slow PAS sensitivity and the sensor takes a while for it to catch up to the pedaling. Not a bad thing, it appears that every manufacture has a different idea on what’s right and what’s not right. It’s been four days now – I have about 140 miles on it and I’m getting use to the bikes personality. It’s a smooth, quiet ride. Best brakes I’ve ever had. Easy to handle and really lots of fun. I’ve changed out the seat and seat post with an oversized seat and shocked absorbed seat post. I switched out the handle bars with a 3.75” riser and @ 4” wider. I’m 70 and I wanted to sit more upright than the original design offered. Oh, I also added a super custom trailer hitch for pulling my trailer. (See Pictures) In conclusion, the Ride1Up is a great bike for the price – you WILL NOT be disappointed by any means. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. Happy Biking!

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Just1dude

Well let me start by saying I’ve been an avid Ebike enthusiast for about 7 years. This is my eight purchase, (2 Ecotric’s, Rattan, Rad, and 3 Aventon’s) however it’s my first commuter bike. Everything else was a fat tire bike and I was sick and tired of pedaling a “lumber wagon” on the paved trails so after weeks of research the Ride1Up came out as the one with the highest overall rating. Great price as well – especially for a bike with so many branded parts. Now don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against the fat tire bike, it’s just that they have their place and riding on paved trails really isn’t really one of them. Alas, the commuter bike made better sense for that everyday ride. This Ride1Up 700 Series lives up to the hype that is written about it. I will say that assembly on this bike was the most extensive by FAR! I’ve been around bikes long enough so it wasn’t a problem, but it took about an hour and half to assemble it all and get it adjusted for my first ride. All though it’s a 750 watt motor I didn’t get that feeling since it has a very slow PAS sensitivity and the sensor takes a while for it to catch up to the pedaling. Not a bad thing, it appears that every manufacture has a different idea on what’s right and what’s not right. It’s been four days now – I have about 140 miles on it and I’m getting use to the bikes personality. It’s a smooth, quiet ride. Best brakes I’ve ever had. Easy to handle and really lots of fun. I’ve changed out the seat and seat post with an oversized seat and shocked absorbed seat post. I switched out the handle bars with a 3.75” riser and @ 4” wider. I’m 70 and I wanted to sit more upright than the original design offered. Oh, I also added a super custom trailer hitch for pulling my trailer. (See Pictures) In conclusion, the Ride1Up is a great bike for the price – you WILL NOT be disappointed by any means. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. Happy Biking!

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Image #46 from Just1dude

Just1dude

Well let me start by saying I’ve been an avid Ebike enthusiast for about 7 years. This is my eight purchase, (2 Ecotric’s, Rattan, Rad, and 3 Aventon’s) however it’s my first commuter bike. Everything else was a fat tire bike and I was sick and tired of pedaling a “lumber wagon” on the paved trails so after weeks of research the Ride1Up came out as the one with the highest overall rating. Great price as well – especially for a bike with so many branded parts. Now don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against the fat tire bike, it’s just that they have their place and riding on paved trails really isn’t really one of them. Alas, the commuter bike made better sense for that everyday ride. This Ride1Up 700 Series lives up to the hype that is written about it. I will say that assembly on this bike was the most extensive by FAR! I’ve been around bikes long enough so it wasn’t a problem, but it took about an hour and half to assemble it all and get it adjusted for my first ride. All though it’s a 750 watt motor I didn’t get that feeling since it has a very slow PAS sensitivity and the sensor takes a while for it to catch up to the pedaling. Not a bad thing, it appears that every manufacture has a different idea on what’s right and what’s not right. It’s been four days now – I have about 140 miles on it and I’m getting use to the bikes personality. It’s a smooth, quiet ride. Best brakes I’ve ever had. Easy to handle and really lots of fun. I’ve changed out the seat and seat post with an oversized seat and shocked absorbed seat post. I switched out the handle bars with a 3.75” riser and @ 4” wider. I’m 70 and I wanted to sit more upright than the original design offered. Oh, I also added a super custom trailer hitch for pulling my trailer. (See Pictures) In conclusion, the Ride1Up is a great bike for the price – you WILL NOT be disappointed by any means. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. Happy Biking!

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Image #47 from Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown

I got this eBike for commuting to/from work. It has been so hot this Summer in New Mexico that I dreaded biking home after work until I got this eBike which shortened my ride time home from ~65 minutes to ~36 minutes!

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Matthew Brown

I got this eBike for commuting to/from work. It has been so hot this Summer in New Mexico that I dreaded biking home after work until I got this eBike which shortened my ride time home from ~65 minutes to ~36 minutes!

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Woody Chichester

This is my first e-bike, after renting a few around town for rides and I have to say, I love this bike! It’s perfect for my work commute, which is a little hilly. Using the ride assist settings is super easy, and the only thing I had any trouble with was getting the rear rack right enough. The video on the ride1up site was essential for helping me put the bike together. I love my sweet 700 series!

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Tyler H.

So far, I'm really enjoying my new bike. It looks great, rides comfortably, and is fast! The only issue I ran into was after about 30 miles, I got a LOT of wheel noise. I took it to a bike repair shop where they needed to tighten the spokes. 4/5 for this bike for needing to take a bike to the shop after only a few days of riding.

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Image #51 from Todd Isaman

Todd Isaman

We have had so much fun with these bikes so far! We already have over 200 miles on them. Had one little issue with one of the bikes rear brakes during shipping and they helped us fix it right away. Super pleased with the customer service and the quality of the bikes! Would definitely recommend these bikes to anyone.

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Stephen MBA

Great Bike, wonderful ride for main commuting and easily customizable. I like the frame and the way I can sit on my bike throughout the commute in comfort. The initial components are great and the class 3 keeps me at 28 miles an hour. Excited to see how it does in the snow!

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Stephen MBA

Great Bike, wonderful ride for main commuting and easily customizable. I like the frame and the way I can sit on my bike throughout the commute in comfort. The initial components are great and the class 3 keeps me at 28 miles an hour. Excited to see how it does in the snow!

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Image #54 from Jason Brue

Jason Brue

The 700 is the best. Easy to assemble and no issues. It’s my first e-bike and everything has been perfect. It runs and looks amazing.

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Jason Brue

The 700 is the best. Easy to assemble and no issues. It’s my first e-bike and everything has been perfect. It runs and looks amazing.

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Image #56 from Russell Thompson

Russell Thompson

I bought two 700 series bikes, on for me and one for my wife 2 and a half years ago. We have upwards of 3800 miles on each and have had zero problems. These are great bikes, we typically ride around 30 miles on each ride and almost always have at least 60% battery left when we get home.

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Image #57 from Stephen E.

Stephen E.

Got two.. Assembly is not to hard if you fallow the video . Love the bike so far, they are a joy to ride..

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Image #58 from Chris

Chris

What a fantastic experience so far. Due to a pretty bad car crash years ago my wife has been unable to ride a bike unless she’s on a perfectly flat surface. We recently rented e-bikes to ride the Virginia Creeper trail and she was hooked. I researched bikes for her to the point of paralysis by analysis. Finally I pulled the trigger on this and am so glad I did. I ordered it on a Wednesday and it came on Friday. Wow! I’m pretty handy and started assembling it around 11am. The instructions that come with the bike are terrible. I had to watch a couple of different YouTube videos to complete the bike. This was frustrating. I was almost done, ready to add the rear rack only to discover the holes for it weren’t drilled properly. I contacted customer service and since it was a holiday weekend didn’t get a response until Tuesday. Greg was awesome and had me take it to a local bike shop to get the holes retapped and he said they’d reimburse me for the repair. The bike shop discovered the front brake was bent during shipping and fixed that along with the rack. When I sent the receipts to Greg this morning I was reimbursed for the expense within 30 minutes. Wow! The bike is fantastic. My wife has ridden it every day. A charge lasts much longer than advertised. It has tons of power. The powder blue is gorgeous. When I asked my wife for feedback she said “bike go fast, bike go far.”. ? We could not be happier with Ride1Up as a company, the bike is great, it’s sooo easy to ride (another quote from my wife). I made the right choice.

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Chris

What a fantastic experience so far. Due to a pretty bad car crash years ago my wife has been unable to ride a bike unless she’s on a perfectly flat surface. We recently rented e-bikes to ride the Virginia Creeper trail and she was hooked. I researched bikes for her to the point of paralysis by analysis. Finally I pulled the trigger on this and am so glad I did. I ordered it on a Wednesday and it came on Friday. Wow! I’m pretty handy and started assembling it around 11am. The instructions that come with the bike are terrible. I had to watch a couple of different YouTube videos to complete the bike. This was frustrating. I was almost done, ready to add the rear rack only to discover the holes for it weren’t drilled properly. I contacted customer service and since it was a holiday weekend didn’t get a response until Tuesday. Greg was awesome and had me take it to a local bike shop to get the holes retapped and he said they’d reimburse me for the repair. The bike shop discovered the front brake was bent during shipping and fixed that along with the rack. When I sent the receipts to Greg this morning I was reimbursed for the expense within 30 minutes. Wow! The bike is fantastic. My wife has ridden it every day. A charge lasts much longer than advertised. It has tons of power. The powder blue is gorgeous. When I asked my wife for feedback she said “bike go fast, bike go far.”. ? We could not be happier with Ride1Up as a company, the bike is great, it’s sooo easy to ride (another quote from my wife). I made the right choice.

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Image #60 from Jeffrey Davidson

Jeffrey Davidson

I really love my new 700 step thru model, plus was on sale. The bike is very fast, rides nice and bigger tires make it stabile. Goes at least 40 miles on a charge, even if I use 80% pedal assist. Seems to be very well built, and assembly was not that bad, good instructions on-line. Great deal!!

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Anonymous

Love it!

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Image #62 from Gerald Peterson

Gerald Peterson

R1U Rocks and so does FedEx you all were so fast from time of order to front door. Cali to Wisconsin…thought maybe they road the bikes here it was so fast. ? Make sure to keep track of where shipment is to be home to accept delivery. They wouldn’t release it when first attempt to deliver failed. In my opinion team effort but they delivered with a smile the next day. My bride’s 700 is cool and sexy! She didn’t want the turbo boost but really likes it especially when you need to cross busy roads hit turbo and you’re off and running again! Well done folks you deliver what you promised! Thank you R1U!

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Edmund C.

I love my bike, and everyone that has seen it is very impressed with it. The build quality and features are unbeatable for the price, and I am extremely satisfied with my purchase. My only caveat would be that the bike comes disassembled, and it may be daunting for some people to do the assembly on their own. However, when I put the pieces together, no further adjustments were needed—the brakes were perfectly calibrated, as were the gears! Highly recommend.

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Gunnar

I actually bought my 700 series used from a private seller. The bike already had 700 miles on it before I purchased it. Fast forward a year I have put a total of 2,650 miles on this bike. I commute 30 miles to work everyday. I've gotten flats twice which slime stopped the leak borg times but other than that this bike has never let me down. I'm very impressed. I do wish the gears could go a little higher so my legs wouldn't go so fast on level 9 speed but other then that I have no complaints. I'm still using original battery and charger. Battery has seemed to degrade but I can still make my trip everyday. I look forward to many more miles on my bike!

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Deb W.

We absolutely love our 700 series bikes! Even more impressive than we expected. We've been able to explore so much of the area around us and get so much more exercise. Our only regret is that we didn't get them sooner. Thank you

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Deb W.

We absolutely love our 700 series bikes! Even more impressive than we expected. We've been able to explore so much of the area around us and get so much more exercise. Our only regret is that we didn't get them sooner. Thank you

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Deb W.

We absolutely love our 700 series bikes! Even more impressive than we expected. We've been able to explore so much of the area around us and get so much more exercise. Our only regret is that we didn't get them sooner. Thank you

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Image #68 from Hyeogmin K.

Hyeogmin K.

minor part of spray paint on main bike frame came off. but customer service handled well AS

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Hyeogmin K.

minor part of spray paint on main bike frame came off. but customer service handled well AS

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Matthew

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Image #71 from William Miller

William Miller

Love the ride of the bike and it was easy to setup. For me the seat is a little hard so I purchase a different one online. I love the bright display and how easy it to use with the pedal assist. Crazy nice bike, I don’t know what took us so long to purchases these two bikes. We ride them everywhere. As you can see in the picture we purchased a couple of heavy duty locks to lock them up when we’re at restaurants or stores in our town and mounted them on the sides of the bike. You can’t beat the quality or price compared to other E-bikes I looked at. Very happy with our two Ride1up bikes!

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Image #72 from Dustin Di Mauro

Dustin Di Mauro

Fast and efficient. Assembly wasn’t too bad either, any bone head can do it. Watch the assembly video Ride one up has on YouTube. Only tip I have is, It was easier to attach front disk brake with air in the tire

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Robert D.

The bike is fantastic - I have enjoyed riding it greatly. So far I have ridden on a 30 mile ride and my expectations are to eventually work up to 50 or 60 miles on one ride. The only thing I wish was a little different was climbing steep grades the motor seems to need breaks on the climb, but other than that I am very satisfied with my purchase.

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Image #74 from Linda F.

Linda F.

Ordering a bicycle in NE OH in the winter time may not be the ideal time but the price became too low to resist. I compared ebikes for almost a year and finally decided the Ride 1Up was the one I wanted. I made up my mind on a price point and then kept checking the sale pricing periodically . I originally had my eye on the 500 Series. Then when the price on the 700 dropped and was so close to the 500, I decided to place the order for that bike instead. I saw so many comments about the difficulty of assembling it and that concerned me but my husband was able to put it together with no difficulty at all. The bike arrived in perfect condition. I haven’t been able to ride it at all due to the weather so I’m unable to comment on that. I will say, the bike appears a little big for me even though I got the step through. I’m pretty sure I’ll have to change the seat. My other bikes have much more, shall we say, “friendly” seats. My husband likes it so much, we ordered another bike-this time the Core 5. If that one fits me better, we’ll trade off. I’m disappointed that bike does not have suspension forks but I saw a tip about getting a suspension seat so we might change that out. The seat changes are not expensive alterations. That bike has not arrived yet. We are really excited to try them out. I only gave the 4 star rating because we’ve not been able to ride them yet. I’m sure I won’t be disappointed in the performance. Otherwise, the bike is solid, well built, easy to assemble and aesthetically pleasing in appearance.

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Image #75 from William U.

William U.

Great dollar value and quality. Nice fit and finish, well-made. Exceeded expectations. Complicated assembly, but no issues. The headlight provides excellent luminosity. I use 1 and 2 assist levels about 90% of the time, that's plenty of help (I'm 70). Easily gets 50 miles per charge (Flat coastal Florida). Son and daughter "steal" it every chance they get. Quieter than expected.

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Image #76 from Anonymous

Anonymous

Assembly took about 4 hrs. Had a near disaster on one of my first rides when front wheel came loose and wobbled at about 25 mph. Reset and tightened...no issues since. Ive ridden about 70 miles and enjoying the bike. Very solid, stable. Easy to ride with no pedal assist. But i find myself using levels 1 and 2 frequently around my neighborhood. Throttle is great for short quick scoots, start assist, across streets or over tougher to pedal terrain.

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Image #77 from Angela M.

Angela M.

This bike makes me so happy.

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Joe Silva

We have two 700 bikes. They are vary good and we love them.

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Image #79 from Adam Birney

Adam Birney

Full review at: https://greenauthority.com/ride1up-700-series-review-a-classy-class-3-e-bike-that-doesnt-break-the-bank-4004/

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Head Willam

bike came with a huge scratch and the knob for battery was broken off either from packing or shipping

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Head Willam

bike came with a huge scratch and the knob for battery was broken off either from packing or shipping

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Sidney Dahrouge

The bike has been fine. I am in a mountainous area so I am very glad I switched to the 700 series. There were a few issues with assembly. Main one was the spokes were loose and making a lot of noise when riding. There were some screw holes that were not threaded far enough. Other than that I love the bike and am enjoying it very much. It is very well built and easy to maintain. I have about 200 kilometers on it so far, and would recommend it to anyone.

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Marianne

I am still trying to figure out how to use the gears and the psa on hills.

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