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Cafe Cruiser

Upright casual electric cruiser bike

(119 customer reviews)

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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"

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COMPONENTS

Motor
Motor
48V Geared Hub Bafang Motor 750w Sustained
Motor
Controller
48V22A DMHC Sine-wave
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Battery
48V15ah Reention Rhino, 39 x 21700 Samsung Cells
Motor
Display
KD21C Adjustable Speed Display
Motor
PAS Sensor
Integrated Sensitive Cadence Sensor PAS
Motor
Brakes
Zoom 180mm Hydraulic Brakes w/ Electric Cut-Off Sensor
Motor
Fork
Mozo Hydraulic Lockout, 80mm Suspension Travel
Motor
Tires
SandStorm 26"x3" Chaoyang
Motor
Throttle
Left side Thumb Throttle
Motor
Handlebar
Zoom 25.4mm 50mm rise, 40° sweep
Motor
Stem
Promax 75mm ext, 15°
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Grips
VELO Faux-Leather Grips
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Shifters
SHIMANO ACERA 8 speed trigger shifter
Motor
Gearing
46T Front Alloy Chainring
Motor
Cassette
11-32T Shimano Cassette
Motor
Derailleur
Shimano Acera M360 8-Speed
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Chain
KMC Professional 8-Speed Chain
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Rims
3D Double Wall Rim
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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
130lbs Rated Loading Weight With Pannier Side Mount
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Front light
Buchel 50 Lux Front Light
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Rear light
Velo Edge 48V
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Seat
Plush Comfort Cruiser Saddle
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Seat Post
Uno 31.6mm x 350mm Adjustable Angle
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Pedals
Wellgo Alloy Pedals
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Additional
Water Bottle Bosses and Chain Guard

DIMENSIONS AND SIZING

  • Weight 65lbs
  • Weight Capacity 350lbs
  • Total Length 76”
  • Wheel Base 48”
    • XR Frame Dimensions:
    • Rider Height Range 5'5"-6'4"
    • Handlebar Height 41”
    • Handlebar Reach 20”
    • Maximum Seat Height 40”
    • Minimum Seat Height 33”
    • Stand-Over Height 28.5”
    • Seat Tube 18"
    • ST Frame Dimensions:
    • Rider Height Range 5'-6'4"
    • Handlebar Height 41”
    • Handlebar Reach 20”
    • Maximum Seat Height 38”
    • Minimum Seat Height 31”
    • Stand-over Height 22.5"
    • Seat Tube 16.5”

WHAT'S INCLUDED

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Integrated LED 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" Two-Tone LCD Display. Customizable Pedal Assist (PAS) Settings and Advanced Metrics for Intelligent Riding Feedback.

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SandStorm 26"x3" eBike Tires for Cruising Comfort and Advanced Cornering and Traction. High Performing and Reliable - Perfect for Variable Terrain.

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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.

Shipping Information

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

Bikes In Stock Ship In Under 24 Hours. Email Tracking Provides Transit And Delivery Estimates Once Shipped. Package Size is 58″x35″x10″ and just under 78lbs.

FAQ'S

We are a direct-to-consumer electric cruiser bike company both in pricing and strategy. You will generally pay a premium for the ability to test ride an electric bike through a dealer. However, our electric 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. You can read electric bike reviews on any of those sites. Additionally, we are now supporting an independent network of owners offering their bikes for demos. Learn more about e-bike demos here Locations

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

Unfortunately, the 15ah battery pack is the largest available that will fit this cruiser electric bike frame. The e-bike battery provides a range of 30-50 miles on a single charge.

No, you cannot switch the handlebars on our cruisers. The variations you see on the site are the only options we have for our electric bike models.

We only ship our electric bikes within North America. The Continental United States is FREE. Shipping to Hawaii is $600 and shipping to Canada is $400. We are not responsible for any additional tariffs charged by your local government which often times applied after importing ebikes. Unfortunately, we are not able to ship our electric bikes directly to Europe or Alaska at this time. You can use a shipping forwarder like ShopUsa.com to reach your country.

The electric 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, our electric bikes can handle water exposure. Leaving your e-bike in the rain or other hazardous conditions could shorten the lifespan of the electric bike.

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119 reviews for Cafe Cruiser

4.8
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Sean M.

I love it! hard to get five stars but easy 4.5. Quick shipping, easy assembly. I have about 300 miles on the bike only stranded once with dead battery, my fault left without charger. I have a 12.5 mike commute, on most days I could make the trip both ways on a single charge but I went about 5 miles out of the way and back so i figure a total of 35 miles that day on a single charge. Specs say 40 miles. Plenty fast at a great price, lots of compliments on the style, when I tell them I can do upwards of 28 plus mph and go 30 miles on a charge folks are shocked at this price point.

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Sean M.

I love it! hard to get five stars but easy 4.5. Quick shipping, easy assembly. I have about 300 miles on the bike only stranded once with dead battery, my fault left without charger. I have a 12.5 mike commute, on most days I could make the trip both ways on a single charge but I went about 5 miles out of the way and back so i figure a total of 35 miles that day on a single charge. Specs say 40 miles. Plenty fast at a great price, lots of compliments on the style, when I tell them I can do upwards of 28 plus mph and go 30 miles on a charge folks are shocked at this price point.

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Ira Madsen

I am super happy with my Cafe Cruiser! It’s my second eBike. There is no comparison. It was a 71st birthday present to myself. My first bike was a mountain bike configuration, with straight handlebars. This puts too much weight on an old guy’s hands and wrists! With my Cruiser, I’m sitting upright with no undue stress anywhere. In the few weeks I’ve had her, I’ve gotten so many comments and compliments! Some say it reminds them of a motorcycle, not a bicycle! The long wheelbase adds to that perception. Also, the step-thru frame is reminiscent of the old hard-tail Harleys. I love the “intermediate” size tires. The 4 inch tires are cumbersome, while the 2.75 mountain tires are a bumpy ride. The Cruiser’s 3 inch tires are the perfect compromise! The Cruiser has excellent hydraulic suspension and hydraulic brakes! These are usually found on more expensive bikes. Power isn’t an issue for me. I live on an island. There are no hills! This bike will go faster than I care to go on 2 wheels. But, it cruises perfectly at slower speeds, pedaling or nursing the throttle. Being able to use pedal assist AND throttle at the same time, is very handy. My previous bike, it was either/or. Folks, I don’t have adequate words of praise for this machine! It breaks the mold of “typical” eBikes…in terrific ways! Maybe you can tell…I’m a fan of the Ride1UP Cafe Cruiser!

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Nicholas A.

Solid ride with lots of power to make it a fun bike.

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Sujeet

Fantastic ebike for long rides. Seat is very comfortable and battery lasts for 30 plus miles. Looks great and motor has lot of juice to go over hills at great speed. We have already logged 300 miles in less than a month. Only issue we had was with shipping damaging the fork, hopefully ride1up can do better job with packaging. Their customer service was great and sent us replacement fork right away.

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Kevin B.

Introverts beware: buy the Ride1Up Cafe Cruiser, and be prepared to get stopped often by strangers and asked many questions about the ebike, the price, your experience riding it, etc. I’ve had to adjust to my role as an unwitting and unpaid Ride1Up spokesperson as an introvert. I’ve been holding my own, I think—but it does get exhausting. As for the questions I usually get, yes, assembly was fairly easy even for a bike novice like myself (the provided instructions were helpful, and some of the brief YouTube videos that were recommended were especially helpful). The price is reasonable. The shipping was quick. The bike looks cool. I’ve managed to put over 700 miles on the Cafe Cruiser in about a month. I added the rear seat, and take my kids on rides and even my spouse. No problems so far, no tire issues, no motor issues, no brake issues. As a class 3, the bike is peppy, and a single charge seems to easily reach the 30-50 mile range depending on throttle and assist. Minor gripes: the motor can surge a bit on very high pedal assist levels when initially engaged even at a low cadence (this may become a non-issue when you develop an overall feel for the bike), and some motor noise. Nothing crazy, but the bike is not dead silent—especially at high assist levels. Overall, I’m very happy and have been using our car a LOT less. So yes, I highly recommend this company and this bike. But I never expected so many conversations from random strangers and am adjusting to my newfound popularity as a Ride1Up ambassador.

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Charles S.

I am really impressed with this bike. It is fast, convenient and enjoyable to ride. It came mostly assembled and was easy to get up and running. I built a crate on the back rack and use this for errands and some exercise, since we have had 40 days over 100 degrees I can ride without too much effort and enjoy the breeze. The crate folds down when I am not using it. I like the options for assist and use the headlight and tail light when it gets dark. I saw some feedback about the tires and bought MAXXIS - Hookworm BMX Tires 2.5 inch x 26 and they are really much better for grip, handeling, and the side walls are much thicker and will give better results for any type of puncture. They made a big difference is my confidence for turns and grip.

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Charles S.

I am really impressed with this bike. It is fast, convenient and enjoyable to ride. It came mostly assembled and was easy to get up and running. I built a crate on the back rack and use this for errands and some exercise, since we have had 40 days over 100 degrees I can ride without too much effort and enjoy the breeze. The crate folds down when I am not using it. I like the options for assist and use the headlight and tail light when it gets dark. I saw some feedback about the tires and bought MAXXIS - Hookworm BMX Tires 2.5 inch x 26 and they are really much better for grip, handeling, and the side walls are much thicker and will give better results for any type of puncture. They made a big difference is my confidence for turns and grip.

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Chris Wolf

We love these bikes! Well built. Comfortable. Classy looking. 5 stars!

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Chris Wolf

We love these bikes! Well built. Comfortable. Classy looking. 5 stars!

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Chivin Sorn

As you can see I got all my ebikes from Ride1up especially the Cafe Cruiser this thing is very comfortable and look good too.Thanks and have a safe ride

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Chivin Sorn

As you can see I got all my ebikes from Ride1up especially the Cafe Cruiser this thing is very comfortable and look good too.Thanks and have a safe ride

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Just got my Cafe Cruiser! Bike arrived two days ago - shipping was pretty quick to CT! Carefully unpacked it and assembled. It is heavy and well built. I am switching from a Dillinger 1,000W conversion kit I installed on my high-end dual suspension aluminum Motobecane mountain bike nearly 10 years ago. This bike has at least the same power and more expected range (kit went about 22 miles) but is several pounds heavier despite a lighter Lithium/ion battery (kit was lead/acid). frame geometry is SO different from my old bike, but it is a LOT more comfortable for this 220lb, 53 year-old. Saddle had to be raised very high so that my knees were straighter, but also had to angle handlebars up so my knees didn’t hit them. Makes hands feel like they’re sliding forward a little - still tweaking the angle… If they made this in an X-large frame, I would’ve gotten it. But as I get used to the very different upright riding position, the power assist even on ‘2’ is quite brisk. Tingling hands and a sore butt after more than 2.5 hours of riding will be a thing of the past on this Cadillac of a bike. It will def need 2 people to put it on the tow-hitch bike rack, but now I am the ‘mule’, and will be expected to carry all the supplies leaving my wife’s bike lighter so she’ll have a prayer of keeping up. (Not likely, lol - this thing really moves!) Very happy with purchase and am already dreaming up long rails-to-trails adventures with or without her, lol!

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Rick H Alarcon

Derailleur was bent on shipment, got it fixed works great.

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Shawn Grignon

I could not be happier with this bike. I had to wait a couple months for the blue color, but the wait was well worth it, absolutely beautiful. The frame is an awesome shape and the whole bike really just feels badass. Aside from the looks, the bike preforms even better than expected. Some of the other brands advertise 1000w motors and more advanced displays, but after hitting 31mph on a flat road, im not sure id even want to go much faster than this bike is capable of. I also have not run into a hill the cruiser cant climb (with some peddling). This is my first ebike and this has definitely made me understand all the hype. They really allow you to dial in how much exercise you want to get, from a full workout to basically a motorcycle ride. For the value of this bike and everythring that is offered, im very happy i went with ride1up and the cafe cruiser for my first ebike. The only suggestion i would make to the company would be to include a spoke wrench as loose spokes seems to be a c

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Shawn Grignon

I could not be happier with this bike. I had to wait a couple months for the blue color, but the wait was well worth it, absolutely beautiful. The frame is an awesome shape and the whole bike really just feels badass. Aside from the looks, the bike preforms even better than expected. Some of the other brands advertise 1000w motors and more advanced displays, but after hitting 31mph on a flat road, im not sure id even want to go much faster than this bike is capable of. I also have not run into a hill the cruiser cant climb (with some peddling). This is my first ebike and this has definitely made me understand all the hype. They really allow you to dial in how much exercise you want to get, from a full workout to basically a motorcycle ride. For the value of this bike and everythring that is offered, im very happy i went with ride1up and the cafe cruiser for my first ebike. The only suggestion i would make to the company would be to include a spoke wrench as loose spokes seems to be a c

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Image #17 from Shawn Grignon

Shawn Grignon

I could not be happier with this bike. I had to wait a couple months for the blue color, but the wait was well worth it, absolutely beautiful. The frame is an awesome shape and the whole bike really just feels badass. Aside from the looks, the bike preforms even better than expected. Some of the other brands advertise 1000w motors and more advanced displays, but after hitting 31mph on a flat road, im not sure id even want to go much faster than this bike is capable of. I also have not run into a hill the cruiser cant climb (with some peddling). This is my first ebike and this has definitely made me understand all the hype. They really allow you to dial in how much exercise you want to get, from a full workout to basically a motorcycle ride. For the value of this bike and everythring that is offered, im very happy i went with ride1up and the cafe cruiser for my first ebike. The only suggestion i would make to the company would be to include a spoke wrench as loose spokes seems to be a c

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Image #18 from Shawn Grignon

Shawn Grignon

I could not be happier with this bike. I had to wait a couple months for the blue color, but the wait was well worth it, absolutely beautiful. The frame is an awesome shape and the whole bike really just feels badass. Aside from the looks, the bike preforms even better than expected. Some of the other brands advertise 1000w motors and more advanced displays, but after hitting 31mph on a flat road, im not sure id even want to go much faster than this bike is capable of. I also have not run into a hill the cruiser cant climb (with some peddling). This is my first ebike and this has definitely made me understand all the hype. They really allow you to dial in how much exercise you want to get, from a full workout to basically a motorcycle ride. For the value of this bike and everythring that is offered, im very happy i went with ride1up and the cafe cruiser for my first ebike. The only suggestion i would make to the company would be to include a spoke wrench as loose spokes seems to be a c

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Nicholas Calkins

The bike is wonderful the brakes could be a little bigger or heavier duty and my left pedal is starting to crack a little bit, Other than that the bike is very wonderful it looks good and I’m having a lot of fun with it.

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Nicholas Calkins

The bike is wonderful the brakes could be a little bigger or heavier duty and my left pedal is starting to crack a little bit, Other than that the bike is very wonderful it looks good and I’m having a lot of fun with it.

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Nicholas Calkins

The bike is wonderful the brakes could be a little bigger or heavier duty and my left pedal is starting to crack a little bit, Other than that the bike is very wonderful it looks good and I’m having a lot of fun with it.

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Anonymous

Sweet ride expecially for beach cruising in the wind! Never so happy!! Get a good sturdy lock!

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Mitchell Deleo

Love this Bike!!!

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Taylor O.

Honestly I love this bike! 5/5. Here are some thoughts in no particular order: It’s larger than expected but that makes me feel safe on the road. I commute into work three days out of the week and only find myself charging overnight every two weeks. My only little annoyance is I find the bike taller than my legs are comfortable with (I am 5’4”) but the step thru option should fix that (I chose the higher bar for style reasons ha). My apartment’s bike rack is a little too small for this bike, the back tire sticks out of the slots and the wheels are too thick for the track. Measuring ahead of time would have been a smart idea. Also as anyone with a ebike knows the battery is heavy, this bike is heavy, but I can still manoeuvre it without too many issues. And finally, I recommend getting a cheap door stopper because pulling this bike thru a heavy door that’s trying to close the entire time is a total pain. This is not the bikes fault of course but it is heavy enough to fight you a littl

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ken

Great looking bike with a ton of features for not a lot of money. Seems to be a really good company with great customer service.

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Richard Bloom

Love this bike, putting 20 miles on a day and with badd knees and it's so fun to ride.

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Richard Bloom

Love this bike, putting 20 miles on a day and with badd knees and it's so fun to ride.

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Brad Hepler

Wow i am loving the crusier!! The is my first entry into the ebike market and it is so much fun to ride! The gearing is great and i can still get some good exercise in on the 1 and 2 power assist levels. Perfect commuter setup to bungee/strap things on the back or pop the people carrier seat on to get the wife or kids downtown. Good quality build and the value is really there at this price point. Thank you ride1up!!

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Ronald S.

Going on a month ownership now and I am more than satisfied. The bike was received in perfect condition. Easy to assemble and on the road within an hour of unboxing. Drove 200+ miles the first week. The first inspection showed the bike to be almost perfectly tuned and calibrated. After researching many bikes I’m sure I made the right chop.

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Ronald S.

Going on a month ownership now and I am more than satisfied. The bike was received in perfect condition. Easy to assemble and on the road within an hour of unboxing. Drove 200+ miles the first week. The first inspection showed the bike to be almost perfectly tuned and calibrated. After researching many bikes I’m sure I made the right chop.

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Ronald S.

Going on a month ownership now and I am more than satisfied. The bike was received in perfect condition. Easy to assemble and on the road within an hour of unboxing. Drove 200+ miles the first week. The first inspection showed the bike to be almost perfectly tuned and calibrated. After researching many bikes I’m sure I made the right chop.

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Kevin R.

So far, so good. Amazing comfort! The weather has prevented a much needed long ride, but that’s coming soon. I was able to true the front wheel as there was a very slight wobble out of the box. Looking forward to many miles in the near future!

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Brenda T.

The only thing that has been disappointing is the tubes are not holding air , you sent me two new tube for one bike but I purchased 2 .

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Trevor Cole

I mean it's in the name, but this thing just cruises. I was a little nervous with the more upright seating position since I've never had a cruiser style bike before, but I actually really enjoy it so far. I have some brutal elbow arthritis (I'm only 29 😥) and with the wide swept handles bars on the Cafe Cruiser, it seems to help with my limited range of arm motion. The main selling point for me on this bike was the rear rack having a 130 pound capacity since it's welded directly onto the frame. It's going to come in handy for the passenger seat add-on with a 4 year old in the picture. Also like the idea of a cargo capability for trips to the grocery store and it sounds like Ride1Up is in the works of a rear basket of some sort in the coming months. Very excited for that! The components being offered on this bike at it's price point seems hard to beat. After some tinkering around in the display, this bike can easily get up to 28MPH and it just feels super solid. I have plans of using t

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  1. Michael F. (verified owner)

    This is a great eBike. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is I find the motor to be quite noisy compared to the eBike I previously owned. And it’s not just mine, my wife’s Ride1-up bike has a loud motor as well, so I have to assume that all of them will be just as loud. As for other aspects of the eBike, the actual construction techniques are amazing. The welds are all perfect, the paint job is flawless, all the parts fit perfectly, the front shocks work great and the larger tires really help to smooth out the crappy streets in and around San Diego. The seating position is very comfortable and the swept back handlebars really help to relive wrist fatigue. Bottom line, I’m very, very happy with the new e-Bike and I’ve already put over 1000 miles on it. It has good power on hills, it is comfortable for 25+ mile rides, it shifts smoothly, it was easy to assemble after delivery, lots of aftermarket accessories fit well, the built-in rear luggage rack is strong and very adaptable, and it makes a fantastic 8-speed bicycle for exercise even without the help of the peddle assist if you want to ride it that way. The disk brakes work great and can really stop the bike in an emergency. I’m very happy with the overall product and glad I purchased it.

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  2. David (verified owner)

    Best e bike for the money. Everyone I meet likes the bike. High quality design and comfortable ride. Highly recommended this e bike.

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  3. Gavriella (verified owner)

    Lots of fun to ride, plenty of power. Comfortable riding position. Really like how you can customize the pedal assist levels. Assembly was simple, and we received the bikes in less than a week after ordering them.

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  4. Sean M. (verified owner)

    I love it! hard to get five stars but easy 4.5. Quick shipping, easy assembly. I have about 300 miles on the bike only stranded once with dead battery, my fault left without charger. I have a 12.5 mike commute, on most days I could make the trip both ways on a single charge but I went about 5 miles out of the way and back so i figure a total of 35 miles that day on a single charge. Specs say 40 miles.

    Plenty fast at a great price, lots of compliments on the style, when I tell them I can do upwards of 28 plus mph and go 30 miles on a charge folks are shocked at this price point.

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  5. Ira Madsen (verified owner)

    I am super happy with my Cafe Cruiser! It’s my second eBike. There is no comparison.
    It was a 71st birthday present to myself. My first bike was a mountain bike configuration, with straight handlebars. This puts too much weight on an old guy’s hands and wrists! With my Cruiser, I’m sitting upright with no undue stress anywhere.
    In the few weeks I’ve had her, I’ve gotten so many comments and compliments! Some say it reminds them of a motorcycle, not a bicycle! The long wheelbase adds to that perception. Also, the step-thru frame is reminiscent of the old hard-tail Harleys.
    I love the “intermediate” size tires. The 4 inch tires are cumbersome, while the 2.75 mountain tires are a bumpy ride. The Cruiser’s 3 inch tires are the perfect compromise!
    The Cruiser has excellent hydraulic suspension and hydraulic brakes! These are usually found on more expensive bikes.
    Power isn’t an issue for me. I live on an island. There are no hills! This bike will go faster than I care to go on 2 wheels. But, it cruises perfectly at slower speeds, pedaling or nursing the throttle. Being able to use pedal assist AND throttle at the same time, is very handy. My previous bike, it was either/or.
    Folks, I don’t have adequate words of praise for this machine! It breaks the mold of “typical” eBikes…in terrific ways!
    Maybe you can tell…I’m a fan of the Ride1UP Cafe Cruiser!

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  6. Gloria W. (verified owner)

    Absolutely love our bikes. They are very well built and designed great! We are senior citizens who are fortunate enough to have access to the GAP trail. These bikes allow us to venture farther than we would be able without their assist. We chose the Cafe Cruiser because of the comfortable seat & handlebar positioning. Would definitely purchase again & advise others to go for it!!

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