Roadster Display

(14 customer reviews)

SW102 36V Display. 5 Pin Green HiGO disconnect with a 3 inch cable. This is for the Ride1UP Roadster Only.

 

Complete Display manual is located here: https://ride1up.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Roadster-V2-Display-Manual.pdf

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14 reviews for Roadster Display

3.4
Based on 14 reviews

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Joe W

The display dies in less than 8 months, the buttons stuck, cannot turn off and change any settings. And when it dies, the bike becomes useless.

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William Loftis

I've had my V2 for a couple months now and my control bracket just did the same thing - poor design: the passing-through of the control cable reduces the structural area significantly. I have wicked very thin CA glue into the crack...holding for now. Controller works well but I wouldn't spend $55 to replace it with a poor design that is highly likely to snap again. Hoping they'll replace it...it's a defective part.

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William Loftis

I've had my V2 for a couple months now and my control bracket just did the same thing - poor design: the passing-through of the control cable reduces the structural area significantly. I have wicked very thin CA glue into the crack...holding for now. Controller works well but I wouldn't spend $55 to replace it with a poor design that is highly likely to snap again. Hoping they'll replace it...it's a defective part.

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William Loftis

I've had my V2 for a couple months now and my control bracket just did the same thing - poor design: the passing-through of the control cable reduces the structural area significantly. I have wicked very thin CA glue into the crack...holding for now. Controller works well but I wouldn't spend $55 to replace it with a poor design that is highly likely to snap again. Hoping they'll replace it...it's a defective part.

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Angalena

Right after I purchased my bike the plastic part that attaches to the handle bar broke. It’s now on with a zip tie. Wish it was stronger. No other option to purchase another type.

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  1. Ryan

    As the other reviewer noted, the buttons stick and make it impossible to change assists levels.

    After only 4 months and roughly 450 miles I shouldn’t have to replace a critical component due to no fault of my own. I even consciously made an effort to not press the buttons hard or near the edges.

    Trash controller but great bike otherwise. This is my full time commuter so it’s really screwing me over right now.

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    • Daniel Urbino (store manager)

      Hi Ryan,

      Sorry you’re running into issues with your display. I see you have an open support ticket and our team has provided some troubleshooting steps. Typically this is the fastest resolution but if these steps do not correct the issue, we can work on a replacement for you. Our management has been looped into your open case and will be sure we find a resolution.

      Best,
      Ride1Up Support

  2. Joe W

    The display dies in less than 8 months, the buttons stuck, cannot turn off and change any settings. And when it dies, the bike becomes useless.

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    • Ride1UP (store manager)

      Hello Joe, I am very sorry to hear something happened to your display. We reached out to you via email but have not heard back. Please reach out with more information at http://www.Ride1UP.com/contact.

      We are here to support you and your bike.

  3. Dominic Mancello

    This is an update to my prior review about the cracked bracket of the display. Ride1up is sending me a replacement at no cost. For great customer service I give 5-stars. However, it would be nice if they offered a stronger and more durable bracket.

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  4. Albert Busano

    Awesome

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  5. Mark Huffer

    I love this bike but have encountered the same issue as others. The control bracket was loose when it arrived and when I went to tighten it a week later I noted that the bracket was broken. Glued it in place with Gorilla glue and then tightened it. Stayin in place for now. Do agree that it is poorly made due to the plastic fastener.

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  6. Anton S. (verified owner)

    I love my Ride 1Ip roadster. Absolutely love it. However, I was disappointed that the display bracket broke. Nevertheless Ride 1Up replaced it quickly, so now I am happily riding again. Great product!

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