Roadster Display

(8 customer reviews)

SW102 36V Display. 3 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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8 reviews for Roadster Display

3.1
Based on 8 reviews

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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. Joseph (verified owner)

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    Fun bike, needs a few things. Handlebars are too narrow. Seat needs to go. Tires should have a bit more volume. Belt drive slips and I’m concerned about making it any tighter. The battery indicator isn’t always honest. The display broke and I contacted ride 1up a few times and heard nothing so I ordered my own replacement so I could ride my bike. The roadster is very stealth and that’s probably my favorite attribute.

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  2. Michael Lee

    This review is for the customer service, and the blog post. My display mount cracked, so I sent an email to customer support and got a response back in less than an hour. Problem/Review/Support/Resolution. ;D Including Display best practice post for quick reference. Guess the mods will remove it if url aren’t allowed. Many Thanks!
    https://support.ride1up.com/support/solutions/articles/65000178317-roadster-v2-display-best-practices

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  3. Chris Lillie (verified owner)

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    Functions well but on/off button has to be pushed a bit hard.

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  4. Michael (verified owner)

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    The good: It User Interface (UI) is very clean and incredibly simple. Connecting the power supply to the display is not difficult at all
    The bad: There is a known defect that if you over tighten the display clamp, the plastic on the clamp will break somewhere. That happened with me, but Ride1Up was able to send me a new one at no cost. I was surprised though that the “no cost” didn’t include shipping

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  5. 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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  6. tom kirby (verified owner)

    same as previous bracket snapped in the exact same place as the previous photo shows….not a very sturdy piece..be careful display works fine I have it taped to handle bar now…with some zip ties

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