Turris

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Powerful adventure touring-style ebike

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

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Turris At A Glance

Speed

Speed

Class 2-3 electric bike, with 28mph pedal assist and 20mph throttle

Motor

Motor

Powerful 750w angled gear hub motor with 90nm 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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60 Lux Front Headlight and Rear Braking Light to See and be Seen in Low Visibility Conditions
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Handlebar Mounted 2.2" Dual-Tone LCD Display. Customizable Pedal Assist (PAS) Settings and Advanced Metrics for Intelligent Riding Feedback.
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Kenda K1227 27.5x2.4" Anti-Puncture Brown Side Wall Tires. High Performing and Reliable for all surface riding.
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Alloy Front & Rear Fenders to Keep You and Your Bike Clean
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Heavy Duty Adjustable Chainstay Kickstand. High Load Capacity for Extra Support and Stability.
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Two Keys for the Removable Integrated Battery System. Theft Protection Design - Battery Anxiety Begone!

Components & Tech Specs

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Motor
Motor
48V Angled Gear Hub AKM Motor 750w Sustained
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Battery
48V 14Ah Reention Prism LG Cells, Smart BMS. UL 2271 Certified
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Display
KD21C Adjustable Speed LCD
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PAS Sensor
Ride1Up R1CBC (Current-Based-Cadence System)
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Brakes
LBN 180mm Hydraulic Disc Brakes w/ Cut-Off Sensor
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Fork
Hydraulic Lockout 100mm Travel Suspension
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Tires
Kenda K1227 27.5"x2.4"
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Throttle
Left side Thumb Throttle
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ST Handlebars
City/Cafe Upright Handlebars
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XR Handlebars
31.8mm Riser Bars, 50mm Rise
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Controller
48V20A Lishui Sine-wave
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Grips
Ergonomic Locking Rubber Grips
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Shifters
Shimano 7-speed SL-TX30
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Gearing
46T Prowheel Alloy Chainring
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Cassette
Shimano 12-32T
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Derailleur
Shimano RD Altus
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Chain
KMC Z7.3 7-speed Chain
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Spokes
Black Stainless Steel, 13G
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Saddle
KNUS Ergo Gel MTB Saddle
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Seat Post
400mm x 31.6mm Dual Bolt
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Stem
45mm Ext. 31.8mm Bar Core
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Rack
Available As Accessory Purchase
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Front Light
60 Lux Front Light
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Rear Light
Rear Braking Light
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Additional
Water Bottle Bosses and Chainstay Guard

Dimensions & Sizing

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ST
XR
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
54lbs
300lbs
5'1"-6'2"
1080mm 43in
813mm 32in
584mm 23in
1100mm 43in
559mm 22in
165mm 6in
457mm 18in
460mm 18in
502mm 20in
69°
72°
670mm 26in
365mm 14in
1816mm 71in
1130mm 44in
54lbs
300lbs
5'6"-6'4"
1080mm 43in
813mm 32in
762mm 30in
1100mm 43in
559mm 22in
165mm 6in
457mm 18in
460mm 18in
502mm 20in
69°
72°
670mm 26in
365mm 14in
1816mm 71in
1092mm 43in
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Assembly & Support

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Bike Will Arrive 85% Assembled (electronics are pre-assembled). Basic Assembly Steps Are Required.

Bikes In Stock Ship In Under 24 Hours. Email Tracking Provides Transit And Delivery Estimates Once Shipped. Package Size is 53″x10″x27″ and approximately 70lbs.

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 on the e-bike? minus plus

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

Can I switch the handlebars to another model? minus plus

No, you cannot switch the handlebars on our electric touring style bike. The variations you see on the site are the only options available.

Can you ship to _______? minus plus

We only ship our electric bikes within North America. The Continental United States is FREE. Hawaii and Alaska are $600. Shipping to Canada is $100. We are not responsible for any additional tariffs charged by your local government which often-times are 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 Is the Best Electric Bike for Long-Distance Touring? minus plus

The newly launched Turris is in the running as a top-rated adventure touring-style e-bike. It has an advanced, high-spec design engineered for comfort touring, with a powerful array of components and a robust Class 3 motor that can carry up to 300 lbs and make it easier to travel up steep gradients on the road or into strong headwinds.

E-bikes created especially for touring are a great choice, with Zoom 180 mm disc brakes for stopping power at speed. Still, the hybrid functionality makes this model adaptable enough for touring, recreational cruising, and commuting.

What should you look for in a long-distance electric touring bike? We recommend an e-bike with an ergonomic gel saddle for comfort, excellent suspension for bumpy routes, and a smooth, high-performance pedal assist function.

The best electric touring bike needs sufficient gearing to traverse steep climbs and maintain decent speeds on flatter routes. The Turris comes as standard with a 46T Prowheel Alloy Chainring and Shimano seven-speed shifters alongside a sensitive cadence sensor, which boosts pedal assist when necessary by switching between assist levels.

What Is the Difference Between a Touring Bike and a Hybrid Bike? minus plus

Touring bikes are workhorses designed to cover greater distances and carry all your kit with you. While a touring bike is ideal for longer rides and cycling excursions, an electric hybrid takes it a step further. The frames on a electric bikes tend to be sturdier and more rugged to increase the weight capacity, and these bikes are faster because they are built for open-road rides with the most powerful hill-climbing gears.

A standard hybrid refers to mixed-use MTB and touring bikes, with a trade-off in aspects such as tire thickness, weight, load-bearing capacity, and comfort. Hybrids often have different tires than bikes designed for touring since they are partly intended for off-road terrain.

Adventure touring e-bikes like the Turris provide a comprehensive solution, with the ergonomics, intelligent design, and durable components that mean one bike ticks every box. The Turris is built for adventure, with a more vertical upright seated position to avoid stress and fatigue in your shoulders and back after a long day in the saddle, and features Kenda K1227 touring tires with a wider diameter that can handle rougher terrain, smoother roadways, and cycle paths.

What Are the Advantages of a Touring E-Bike? minus plus

One of the reasons a touring e-bike is so popular is that riders can travel faster and further, completing tours and tougher rides quicker and making longer courses more accessible if you’re limited on time or wish to reduce fatigue or incorporate longer, more demanding excursions into your adventures.

As an indication, a rider who covers a lot of distance per day on their touring bike could add twenty miles per day with a touring e-bike. Hydraulic lockout suspension forks absorb every lump and bump, ensuring you have the ease of an e-bike with the design specificity of a touring model, as well as the ability to ride safely and smoothly on the roads–a win-win for every rider!

Reviews

4.7
Based on 219 reviews
Showing 4 of 219 reviews (1 star). See all 219 reviews

Customer Images

Image #1 from Edgar S.
Image #2 from Norbert Dupas
Image #3 from Rosario
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Edgar S.

Bike came very prompt. Packaging was good. Assembly was not difficult. After I assembled it I took for a ride. There was a wobble in my front tire. Took it to my local bike shop all set. Also a front roter had slight damage. I don't know if it came defective or in the shipping. Now after all said and done the bike is a lot of fun. Great speed. Pretty nimble. Breaks are great. Range for me has been pretty good. I like that the tires are not overly fat tires. So would I buy this bike or try another from this company? Most definitely!!!!

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Norbert Dupas

Purchased this e-bike one year after my son bought a Ride1Up Roadster V2 bike. When I tried his I thought it would definitely make biking fun again, but I wanted one with a more powerful motor to carry my heavier weight. I also liked how the bike came with a light, kick stand, and had a chain (compared to the Roadster's belt). I also liked how the bike didn't overwhelmingly look like an e-bike. I received the bike and about the only thing I was a bit concerned about was the condition of the box it came in, and the fact that at the bottom of the box, the power adapter / charger was out of it's box, and the box wrench was NOT included in the package (not a problem as I had my own tools which probably were of better quality. It definitely seemed like a bike that was returned for some reason or another. I would've taken a rating off for this, but given the fact that once assembled, there was literally NOTHING wrong with the bike and it charged & worked as expected. Everything was straight & true, and was VERY solid. I've been using this bike now for a month, and I love it. I mostly got it to get me turned on to some sort of exercise in hopes that I can shed some pounds. I pretty much keep the pedal assist at 2 or 1, because the idea is I want that exercise! I did, of course, try the faster speeds, and it gets me going, but I rather enjoy longer battery run time & exercise than go zooming around (defeating the purpose of getting it). I did try also activating the "Class 3" function of the bike and you can tell the difference, but again, that's not why I got the bike, but I wanted to try it anyway. I was also surprised that it had a rear brake light. I had no idea it had one. EVERYTHING on this bike works great, and I love the color & functionality. In short I would recommend this to anyone that wants to exercise, but (like me) is too lazy to do anything to do it. This bike got me out and about, and I feel much more active than I would be had I not got it. Who knows? maybe by summer's end I will also shed a few pounds. I'm trying to get out every day for at least 30 minutes. The bike battery for my weight (280 lbs) seems to last for a good half-dozen (or more) 30 minute bike rides. I don't usually drain the battery to below 2 bars.

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Rosario

Great bike! A little heavier than I expected but making the most of it for sure. Would easily recommend and even buy another one again in the future

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James Lee

I love my Turris, it was adaptable enough to suit me at 6’5” and rides really well. The power train is extremely well suited to the style of riding I do and it’s extremely reliable.

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James Lee

I love my Turris, it was adaptable enough to suit me at 6’5” and rides really well. The power train is extremely well suited to the style of riding I do and it’s extremely reliable.

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James Lee

I love my Turris, it was adaptable enough to suit me at 6’5” and rides really well. The power train is extremely well suited to the style of riding I do and it’s extremely reliable.

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Ed Nolan

Beautiful well made very comfortable and powerful.

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Carlos L.

Great bike!

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Carlos L.

Great bike!

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Image #10 from Gary Comstock

Gary Comstock

Quality product for a fair price is why after 6 months of research I chose you!

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Image #11 from David Chapa

David Chapa

This was a gift for my 13 year old son and he loves it! The bike was packed well, so the "out of the box" experience was great. Assembly went very smooth as well. Two issues is the fenders are rubbing on the tires and I can't figure out how to remedy that issue, and the other issue is the derailleur is not shifting the gears properly - so I need to take it in to a bike shop to have it adjusted. A little frustrating, but those are there reasons for a 4 out of 5 rating.

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Brendan

Over 300 miles in and I love my Turris Step-Over. Out of the box at $1,295 this bike is one of the best looking, best performing, highest power e-bikes on the market. It pulls me everywhere and I am about 260lbs. As someone who never would bike to the store, this changed that for me! I have yet to fully drain a battery on the bike yet. The power really helps with pulling hills here in Utah. It keeps up with some of the faster bikes. The styling is awesome. The tires are great, fast recharging, easy removal of battery, nice screen, great headlight, I could go on. I really love the Turris, it would be 5 stars except for the small cons I have experienced below: Bottom Bracket Issues: I have had a random issue with my bottom bracket getting loose on me. I ended up having to buy a tool to re-tighten the bracket but I end up usually after about <50 miles I get an intermittent clicking noise when pedaling and it feels like the pedals shift slightly when standing up. I'm not a bike mechanic but do work on all of my own off-road/on road vehicles. I have had the bike professionally serviced, I'm not sure why the bottom bracket bolts keep loosening up ever slightly. Might try Loctite next time? Zoom brakes are not great (They are now a different brand of brakes - good choice Ride1Up!): I experience constant fade on the zoom brakes where they always will feel mushy or just overall bad. Expect to want to replace the brakes on the bike if you get more serious into riding. The Zoom brakes are great for the price and for a beginner or light use rider but for me they just don't give enough bite. I had them professionally bled, and now have my own bleed kit and they just never feel right to me. Overall if you are interested in a Turris, get it! You aren't going to find a better bike for the price with a reputable company. It's definately worth your money especially if you are getting into the realm of eBikes for the first time and want to see what it's all about. I'm glad I bought it and it's already given me a ton of memories with friends and an alternative way to get around when the weather is nice.

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Image #13 from Brendan

Brendan

Over 300 miles in and I love my Turris Step-Over. Out of the box at $1,295 this bike is one of the best looking, best performing, highest power e-bikes on the market. It pulls me everywhere and I am about 260lbs. As someone who never would bike to the store, this changed that for me! I have yet to fully drain a battery on the bike yet. The power really helps with pulling hills here in Utah. It keeps up with some of the faster bikes. The styling is awesome. The tires are great, fast recharging, easy removal of battery, nice screen, great headlight, I could go on. I really love the Turris, it would be 5 stars except for the small cons I have experienced below: Bottom Bracket Issues: I have had a random issue with my bottom bracket getting loose on me. I ended up having to buy a tool to re-tighten the bracket but I end up usually after about <50 miles I get an intermittent clicking noise when pedaling and it feels like the pedals shift slightly when standing up. I'm not a bike mechanic but do work on all of my own off-road/on road vehicles. I have had the bike professionally serviced, I'm not sure why the bottom bracket bolts keep loosening up ever slightly. Might try Loctite next time? Zoom brakes are not great (They are now a different brand of brakes - good choice Ride1Up!): I experience constant fade on the zoom brakes where they always will feel mushy or just overall bad. Expect to want to replace the brakes on the bike if you get more serious into riding. The Zoom brakes are great for the price and for a beginner or light use rider but for me they just don't give enough bite. I had them professionally bled, and now have my own bleed kit and they just never feel right to me. Overall if you are interested in a Turris, get it! You aren't going to find a better bike for the price with a reputable company. It's definately worth your money especially if you are getting into the realm of eBikes for the first time and want to see what it's all about. I'm glad I bought it and it's already given me a ton of memories with friends and an alternative way to get around when the weather is nice.

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Image #14 from Brendan

Brendan

Over 300 miles in and I love my Turris Step-Over. Out of the box at $1,295 this bike is one of the best looking, best performing, highest power e-bikes on the market. It pulls me everywhere and I am about 260lbs. As someone who never would bike to the store, this changed that for me! I have yet to fully drain a battery on the bike yet. The power really helps with pulling hills here in Utah. It keeps up with some of the faster bikes. The styling is awesome. The tires are great, fast recharging, easy removal of battery, nice screen, great headlight, I could go on. I really love the Turris, it would be 5 stars except for the small cons I have experienced below: Bottom Bracket Issues: I have had a random issue with my bottom bracket getting loose on me. I ended up having to buy a tool to re-tighten the bracket but I end up usually after about <50 miles I get an intermittent clicking noise when pedaling and it feels like the pedals shift slightly when standing up. I'm not a bike mechanic but do work on all of my own off-road/on road vehicles. I have had the bike professionally serviced, I'm not sure why the bottom bracket bolts keep loosening up ever slightly. Might try Loctite next time? Zoom brakes are not great (They are now a different brand of brakes - good choice Ride1Up!): I experience constant fade on the zoom brakes where they always will feel mushy or just overall bad. Expect to want to replace the brakes on the bike if you get more serious into riding. The Zoom brakes are great for the price and for a beginner or light use rider but for me they just don't give enough bite. I had them professionally bled, and now have my own bleed kit and they just never feel right to me. Overall if you are interested in a Turris, get it! You aren't going to find a better bike for the price with a reputable company. It's definately worth your money especially if you are getting into the realm of eBikes for the first time and want to see what it's all about. I'm glad I bought it and it's already given me a ton of memories with friends and an alternative way to get around when the weather is nice.

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Max Maman

So far bike has been amazing only thing is they forgot included wrench to tighten pedals in assembly box. Overall amazing out on the trails and good battery life and super fun to ride. Pretty quick too being able to get up to 29 mph with pedal assist.

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Max Maman

So far bike has been amazing only thing is they forgot included wrench to tighten pedals in assembly box. Overall amazing out on the trails and good battery life and super fun to ride. Pretty quick too being able to get up to 29 mph with pedal assist.

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James Ratowski

Great bike, great price. Rock solid

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Toby Holtman

Cool bike haven't had many rides yet but the ones I've had where great

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JONATHAN E.

Great Ebike. Fun to ride, easy to use. Get a friend to ride with and make the experience better.

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JONATHAN E.

Great Ebike. Fun to ride, easy to use. Get a friend to ride with and make the experience better.

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JONATHAN E.

Great Ebike. Fun to ride, easy to use. Get a friend to ride with and make the experience better.

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JONATHAN E.

Great Ebike. Fun to ride, easy to use. Get a friend to ride with and make the experience better.

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JONATHAN E.

Great Ebike. Fun to ride, easy to use. Get a friend to ride with and make the experience better.

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Image #24 from Yonathon Shashore

Yonathon Shashore

So far it runs well only had a minor problem during assembly process can't wait to ride more when it warms up sucks winter is approaching.

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Yonathon Shashore

So far it runs well only had a minor problem during assembly process can't wait to ride more when it warms up sucks winter is approaching.

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Verified Buyer

Best investment ever.

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Image #27 from Michael Ciavirella

Michael Ciavirella

The best I love it I take it to work 2 days a week n ride it on the weekends in the dirt n the street. Just love it absolutely NO complaints. Loved it so much we got my wife one as well. What a great way to stay connected with your wife than on a beautiful bike ride.

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Michael Ciavirella

The best I love it I take it to work 2 days a week n ride it on the weekends in the dirt n the street. Just love it absolutely NO complaints. Loved it so much we got my wife one as well. What a great way to stay connected with your wife than on a beautiful bike ride.

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Cynthia

Love, love, love!!!!! The features I especially love are the look, comfortable seat and handlebar grips, front light, tires, and ease to learn how to ride (my first ebike.) I did contact customer service for support and they were very responsive and took care of my issue. Why 4/5 stars? The distance between the seat nose and bar is miniscule for a petite 5' tall woman. When dismounting the seat nose jams in my back. Because of this, it was necessary for me to give up my cushy stock seat in exchange for an uncomfortable noseless seat. Also, it is heavy but I knew that when I chose it. It did arrive with some minor cosmetic damage that was not caused by the shipper. A suggestion for Ride1Up, go ahead and pop a back light on there! Super inexpensive but saves buyer from having to purchase one more thing.

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Cynthia

Love, love, love!!!!! The features I especially love are the look, comfortable seat and handlebar grips, front light, tires, and ease to learn how to ride (my first ebike.) I did contact customer service for support and they were very responsive and took care of my issue. Why 4/5 stars? The distance between the seat nose and bar is miniscule for a petite 5' tall woman. When dismounting the seat nose jams in my back. Because of this, it was necessary for me to give up my cushy stock seat in exchange for an uncomfortable noseless seat. Also, it is heavy but I knew that when I chose it. It did arrive with some minor cosmetic damage that was not caused by the shipper. A suggestion for Ride1Up, go ahead and pop a back light on there! Super inexpensive but saves buyer from having to purchase one more thing.

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Image #31 from Cynthia

Cynthia

Love, love, love!!!!! The features I especially love are the look, comfortable seat and handlebar grips, front light, tires, and ease to learn how to ride (my first ebike.) I did contact customer service for support and they were very responsive and took care of my issue. Why 4/5 stars? The distance between the seat nose and bar is miniscule for a petite 5' tall woman. When dismounting the seat nose jams in my back. Because of this, it was necessary for me to give up my cushy stock seat in exchange for an uncomfortable noseless seat. Also, it is heavy but I knew that when I chose it. It did arrive with some minor cosmetic damage that was not caused by the shipper. A suggestion for Ride1Up, go ahead and pop a back light on there! Super inexpensive but saves buyer from having to purchase one more thing.

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Image #32 from Cynthia

Cynthia

Love, love, love!!!!! The features I especially love are the look, comfortable seat and handlebar grips, front light, tires, and ease to learn how to ride (my first ebike.) I did contact customer service for support and they were very responsive and took care of my issue. Why 4/5 stars? The distance between the seat nose and bar is miniscule for a petite 5' tall woman. When dismounting the seat nose jams in my back. Because of this, it was necessary for me to give up my cushy stock seat in exchange for an uncomfortable noseless seat. Also, it is heavy but I knew that when I chose it. It did arrive with some minor cosmetic damage that was not caused by the shipper. A suggestion for Ride1Up, go ahead and pop a back light on there! Super inexpensive but saves buyer from having to purchase one more thing.

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Image #33 from Olivia B.

Olivia B.

I love my new Turris! My dad bought the Cafe Cruiser months ago, and has raved about his Ride1Up bike ever since. Living in Seattle, I was intimidated to ride since we have lots of hills. My Turris has helped me to get outside and easily bike around the city. The pedal assist and throttle functionality are easy to use, and I find that I can ride 10+ miles without my bum hurting thanks to a cushioned seat. I’m also impressed with the battery life, considering I use pedal assist nearly every ride. I highly recommend any Ride1Up bike if you’re considering - such a valuable purchase! My good friend & my husband have also purchased their own models recently. Additionally, my husband assembled the Turris with ease and I took it to a local allied repair shop to do a safety check for minimal cost.

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Jon L.

I'm loving my new Turris. It's a fun, sturdy bike and looks great! I've only had the bike for about 6 weeks and I've ridden over 350 miles in that time. I've discovered many places in my neck of the woods that I didn't even know existed. Around every corner, I want to go just a little further to see what's next. I'm also down several pounds and feel much more energetic than I have in several years.

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Zach

I took thing thing on a 111.5 mile ride I had a trek fx+2 and got doored by a car. Luckily insurance covered the bike and paid me in full. My newfound Love for trail riding had me thinking I might want to look at another bike. The Turris was the absolute perfect choice. I got a bike that fits my needs better AND an extra battery for waaay cheaper than my last bike. I use this bike for commuting, doordash, and trail riding. It’s unbelievably smooth in the city. I’m hitting bumps on purpose just for fun. On the trails, it’s also really smooth although I think I need to invest in a suspension seatpost for those long rides. I strapped my extra battery to the back with the intention of returning with zero battery bars remaining and 111.5 miles and 16 hours later that’s exactly what happened. The first battery was used mostly at levels 2 and 3, with 4 and 1 mixed in when it made sense. I basically just wanted to use it at a comfortable pace while still getting a decent workout. That battery died at 50.9 miles. I never expected to be 50 miles from home. I was thinking maybe 60 miles TOTAL so I was pleasantly surprised. The second battery, I decided I could be a little less conservative since there was a route home about 10 miles shorter. I used level 3 consistently with 2 and 4 mixed in. Unfortunately my phone died.. I took a wrong turn and went TEN MILES out of the way. I’m down to 2 battery bars. I stop at a bar to juice up my phone and my stomach and realize I’m 30 miles from home. PAS 1 felt pretty good at 10 AM.. not so much at 10PM. I made it 25 miles on mostly PAS1 with 0 and 2 mixed in. 111.5 miles on 2 batteries. One thing to note is that when you’re low on battery, the bike isn’t quite as powerful as it was with full battery so if you go 25 miles on the first few battery bars, that doesn’t mean you can go 25 on the last few. PAS 1 was going a steady 12 mph with full battery, but a slow 8mph on low battery. (Also I could barely move my knee so that didn’t help) The only thing I don’t lIKE about the bike is that bottom mount battery. I haven’t had an issue, I just worry that could be problematic in the future but what do I know. I strap it up just for extra security. There was unfortunately a little defect (glue maybe?) on the frame of the bike. I honestly don’t care but just thought I’d note that. I really have no other complaints. I’d obviously love a mid drive, torque sensor bike and I will get one eventually, but it’s not as big of a dealbreaker as I thought and you can absolutely get a good workout on this bike, or just hit the throttle and get to work real quick. When I used the bike on a shorter 22 mile ride, it made it no problem while not really trying to conserve battery at all. I Love having two batteries knowing I can have a QUICK 50 mile ride, or a slow “relaxing” 111.5 mile ride. I thought I might sacrifice on quality by going for a cheaper bike but I don’t feel that way at all. I was doing little side trails meant for mountain bikes no problem. It’s a lot of fun and gets compliments on the trail and in the city all the time. Good looking, fun bike and I’m stoked on the purchase.

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Chase N.

My Turris has been phenomenal. I’ve got just over 450 miles on it. I originally decided to get my own e-bike because I was starting to take the wife’s 500 series out a lot. I wanted an upgraded fork, brakes, and tires though. The Turris delivered that perfectly. In modes 1 and 2 I’ve consistently seen my range over 65 miles. The bike tracks well at 20mph on a loose gravel road. I did change the handlebars to the Jones H bar and I believe that was a great upgrade, but the overall performance of the bike has exceeded my expectations.

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Chase N.

My Turris has been phenomenal. I’ve got just over 450 miles on it. I originally decided to get my own e-bike because I was starting to take the wife’s 500 series out a lot. I wanted an upgraded fork, brakes, and tires though. The Turris delivered that perfectly. In modes 1 and 2 I’ve consistently seen my range over 65 miles. The bike tracks well at 20mph on a loose gravel road. I did change the handlebars to the Jones H bar and I believe that was a great upgrade, but the overall performance of the bike has exceeded my expectations.

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William C.

Love it.

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Christopher K.

Excellent value and a really fun ride. The features on this bike cost 30-50% more from any other company.

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Lisa

Great bikes and great value. Just took them for an RV trip to Table Rock State Park for hiking. Park has serious inclines and declines on the roads within it and the bikes performed great. Handled every incline with minimal effort and the brakes worked great on the steep declines. Only slight negative so far is on my wifes Step Through the design has her immediately hitting the downward support bar on dismount because the seat is so close to it. Definitely could not utilize the bottle holders there. FYI those who may complain about the difficulty of assembly should not be trying to build anything. It was very straightforward and easy.

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James Lee

First off, this is a great bike at any price, but the price just can’t be ignored in any review for this e-bike, hydraulic brakes, 7 speeds with name brand and industry recognized components, great range…are you kidding me? Stop reading and order one. Get out and see the scenery. You’ll love it.

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James Lee

First off, this is a great bike at any price, but the price just can’t be ignored in any review for this e-bike, hydraulic brakes, 7 speeds with name brand and industry recognized components, great range…are you kidding me? Stop reading and order one. Get out and see the scenery. You’ll love it.

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Carlos Lopez

Yes, very good day, I really like it, very happy with my new toy a lot to go in my new Turris

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Carlos Lopez

Yes, very good day, I really like it, very happy with my new toy a lot to go in my new Turris

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John Streit

Awesome ride for around town weekend fun!

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Juan Mendez

Been bike riding since my 20 I'm 65, love the extra help that this E-BIKES give you.This particular model looks and rides perfect.

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Christopher Davis

I recently have been experiencing the Error 22. I only have 26 miles on my bike.

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Richard M.

Great bike, not one issue since I've had it, try to ride at least 5 miles a day in the neighborhood. Also purchased a bike rake for the car that has a ramp that makes it to load with the battery installed when taking it to the state park bike trails.

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Richard M.

Great bike, not one issue since I've had it, try to ride at least 5 miles a day in the neighborhood. Also purchased a bike rake for the car that has a ramp that makes it to load with the battery installed when taking it to the state park bike trails.

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Willenburgh

Easy to assemble. Pedal assist works great. Now have abt 100miles on it and no problems

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Jordan B.

I'm extremely satisfied with my Turris. I had not ridden a bicycle in close to a decade before buying it - in the month since, I've ridden just over 500 miles! While I thought I might enjoy commuting occasionally on the bike, it has taken the place of my car as the vehicle of choice for my daily commute. It has also gotten me out on the local trails - though I've lived in this city for almost twenty years, it is allowing me to explore and discover places I had never been before. I quickly found the end of the trail, in fact! I would recommend the Turris, Ride1Up, and ebiking in general to anyone interested.

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Jordan B.

I'm extremely satisfied with my Turris. I had not ridden a bicycle in close to a decade before buying it - in the month since, I've ridden just over 500 miles! While I thought I might enjoy commuting occasionally on the bike, it has taken the place of my car as the vehicle of choice for my daily commute. It has also gotten me out on the local trails - though I've lived in this city for almost twenty years, it is allowing me to explore and discover places I had never been before. I quickly found the end of the trail, in fact! I would recommend the Turris, Ride1Up, and ebiking in general to anyone interested.

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Thomas

I purchased the ST model—if you own bikes before then assembling the Turris would not be difficult.

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Steven J.

Great bike, great value, shipped, fast, packaged well, easy assembly I couldn’t be happier! My wife is thrilled!

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Sean D.

love this bike, I have bought two of the Turris step through, me and my wife. Only thing is there was a little damage by the way of a couple of scratches and missing two bolts. I have a friend that got one as well and the same with hers.

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Sean D.

love this bike, I have bought two of the Turris step through, me and my wife. Only thing is there was a little damage by the way of a couple of scratches and missing two bolts. I have a friend that got one as well and the same with hers.

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Sean D.

love this bike, I have bought two of the Turris step through, me and my wife. Only thing is there was a little damage by the way of a couple of scratches and missing two bolts. I have a friend that got one as well and the same with hers.

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neal m.

Love my new Turris. It looks Bad ass. (Left the front fender off and got a rack for the back). Assembly was pretty straight forward except for the front caliper spacer. It is thicker on one end than the other. I would have liked to see that more clear. It is a really comfy bike with the front shock and a 40 lb rear tire. Seat is the best I have ever had on 6 bikes. Battery life is great, so far. I am learning to watch the watts power to stretch it. My trips are fairly short and I have about 40 miles on a full charge showing 4 bars remaining. It is so fast that wind noise in my ears is now a factor. Neck gator up over my ears helps that. For what ever reason it is very nimble directionally. More than my canondale mountain bike. Surprise. It lives in my living room for a dual purpose of art. It is important to me to love looking at things I use for transportation and seeing them as very cool. My Turris does that. The guilt of using an e bike is subsiding since I can use a lower assist level and get my heart going and still actually get some place. Head winds are less a factor. New thought. I saw your post of confrontations of e bikers and karens. Not a fan. Bikers of all kinds can tend to be confrontational. I would like to see you promoting the view that we are not pushing our presence. Being good ambassadors for bikes is a better choice in my opinion. We are not always as visible as we might think and we sometimes are invisible. Wave and say thanks when a driver gives us some space. No reason to expand or create a divide between the vehicles. Cars are still bigger and you don't know if the driver has had his coffee yet or too much coffee and carries. I will work to take my own advice. Thanks for a great bike and a quality feel for a good value price. All the best neal sw Florida

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neal m.

Love my new Turris. It looks Bad ass. (Left the front fender off and got a rack for the back). Assembly was pretty straight forward except for the front caliper spacer. It is thicker on one end than the other. I would have liked to see that more clear. It is a really comfy bike with the front shock and a 40 lb rear tire. Seat is the best I have ever had on 6 bikes. Battery life is great, so far. I am learning to watch the watts power to stretch it. My trips are fairly short and I have about 40 miles on a full charge showing 4 bars remaining. It is so fast that wind noise in my ears is now a factor. Neck gator up over my ears helps that. For what ever reason it is very nimble directionally. More than my canondale mountain bike. Surprise. It lives in my living room for a dual purpose of art. It is important to me to love looking at things I use for transportation and seeing them as very cool. My Turris does that. The guilt of using an e bike is subsiding since I can use a lower assist level and get my heart going and still actually get some place. Head winds are less a factor. New thought. I saw your post of confrontations of e bikers and karens. Not a fan. Bikers of all kinds can tend to be confrontational. I would like to see you promoting the view that we are not pushing our presence. Being good ambassadors for bikes is a better choice in my opinion. We are not always as visible as we might think and we sometimes are invisible. Wave and say thanks when a driver gives us some space. No reason to expand or create a divide between the vehicles. Cars are still bigger and you don't know if the driver has had his coffee yet or too much coffee and carries. I will work to take my own advice. Thanks for a great bike and a quality feel for a good value price. All the best neal sw Florida

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Image #60 from Sean D.

Sean D.

I love the bike, few things, I have no back brakes after one week, so I have to take it in somewhere to have them bled.

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Sean D.

I love the bike, few things, I have no back brakes after one week, so I have to take it in somewhere to have them bled.

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Image #62 from Garth

Garth

Got 30 miles on bike. It’s been fun learning it’s dynamics. There were/are two issues. The back brake doesn’t grab enough to have an effect. Looked on YouTube, I’ll try to loosen mount, see if that doesn’t fix, before I touch screw adjustment. Second, there is a disconnected wire. I didn’t see it upon unboxing. It’s right behind the display. The only place for a wire to enter the display has a wire in it. Everything on display works as it should, however…. My battery status still shows 5 bars. I rode the bike approximately 5 miles then charged it for 3 hours. That was 24 miles ago. Still 5 bars. I was thinking maybe the wire reported battery status? I really enjoy the bike. I am careful with my equipment, so I don’t think I pulled the wire out, but I’m not perfect. The box it came in was beat to hell, but I didn’t see any issues when I removed it. Any ideas? I like your product.

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Image #63 from Garth

Garth

Got 30 miles on bike. It’s been fun learning it’s dynamics. There were/are two issues. The back brake doesn’t grab enough to have an effect. Looked on YouTube, I’ll try to loosen mount, see if that doesn’t fix, before I touch screw adjustment. Second, there is a disconnected wire. I didn’t see it upon unboxing. It’s right behind the display. The only place for a wire to enter the display has a wire in it. Everything on display works as it should, however…. My battery status still shows 5 bars. I rode the bike approximately 5 miles then charged it for 3 hours. That was 24 miles ago. Still 5 bars. I was thinking maybe the wire reported battery status? I really enjoy the bike. I am careful with my equipment, so I don’t think I pulled the wire out, but I’m not perfect. The box it came in was beat to hell, but I didn’t see any issues when I removed it. Any ideas? I like your product.

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Image #64 from Mark Jones

Mark Jones

Great bike very comfortable

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Victor Menard

I love the bike.

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Image #66 from John

John

When compared to Trek or Aventon this is better choices since your getting the same premium options as those for a much lower price. I'm 225 6 ft so it is good for tall riders and have put on nearly 130 miles, so far very happy with purchase. This bike is for you If you're looking for a affordable priced e-bike for commuting, exploring bike paths, or just fun, and prefer an upright comfort position, the Turris is excellent. With a relaxed disposition, confidence-inspiring tires, and plenty of range, the Turris can get you out exploring beyond the range of a regular bike . Given its price, comfort, and capabilities, this is a great value.

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John

When compared to Trek or Aventon this is better choices since your getting the same premium options as those for a much lower price. I'm 225 6 ft so it is good for tall riders and have put on nearly 130 miles, so far very happy with purchase. This bike is for you If you're looking for a affordable priced e-bike for commuting, exploring bike paths, or just fun, and prefer an upright comfort position, the Turris is excellent. With a relaxed disposition, confidence-inspiring tires, and plenty of range, the Turris can get you out exploring beyond the range of a regular bike . Given its price, comfort, and capabilities, this is a great value.

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Image #68 from John

John

When compared to Trek or Aventon this is better choices since your getting the same premium options as those for a much lower price. I'm 225 6 ft so it is good for tall riders and have put on nearly 130 miles, so far very happy with purchase. This bike is for you If you're looking for a affordable priced e-bike for commuting, exploring bike paths, or just fun, and prefer an upright comfort position, the Turris is excellent. With a relaxed disposition, confidence-inspiring tires, and plenty of range, the Turris can get you out exploring beyond the range of a regular bike . Given its price, comfort, and capabilities, this is a great value.

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Serge M.

Very happy, already have 120 miles done in the first two weeks !

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Sean D.

I love the bike, few things, I have no back brakes after one week, so I have to take it in somewhere to have them bled.

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Sean D.

I love the bike, few things, I have no back brakes after one week, so I have to take it in somewhere to have them bled.

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Image #72 from Grant

Grant

Everything has been "smooth sailing" from the get go. Arrived promptly, pretty easy to assemble, comfortable and zippy ride, and appreciate the ability to customize the PAS levels. 250 km so far and no issues.

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Jc

Big dude approved! Gets you going, and easy assembely.

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Jc

Big dude approved! Gets you going, and easy assembely.

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Wayne T.

Building the bike was easy; the accessories, rear rack and basket took more effort than it should have. First ride; bayou, head winds, multiple PAS levels, speeds, gearing. 20 miles about 1/3 battery capacity. I'm impressed, additionally have a 700XR and a few other e-bikes. I'm looking forward to putting the miles behind me on my new Turris.

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Wayne T.

Building the bike was easy; the accessories, rear rack and basket took more effort than it should have. First ride; bayou, head winds, multiple PAS levels, speeds, gearing. 20 miles about 1/3 battery capacity. I'm impressed, additionally have a 700XR and a few other e-bikes. I'm looking forward to putting the miles behind me on my new Turris.

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Ryan

The Turris is a modern budget-friendly ebike. One of the main features you don't often see at this price is hydraulic disc brakes. Check out our full review: https://ebikeescape.com/ride1up-turris-review/

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Rune Marman

Very happy with my Turris. This bike rides really well, and has excellent range. A great e-bike at a reasonable price! We'll be looking at getting another Turris for my wife, to replace the e-bike we got her last year.

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Rune Marman

Very happy with my Turris. This bike rides really well, and has excellent range. A great e-bike at a reasonable price! We'll be looking at getting another Turris for my wife, to replace the e-bike we got her last year.

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Cory kayhoe

I was the lucky winner of the turris by way of the electrified reviews.com giveaway I received the bike on 4/18/23 so far I've put 21 miles the turris and 3/5 bars left of the battery and it's exceeded my expectations in every way I'm 5'11 210 pds I live in a somewhat hilly area in Pennsylvania and the turris handles hills with ease from the comfortable saddle , hydraulic brakes & upright riding position make for a enjoyable riding experience, well done ride 1 up you knocked it out of the park with this one, if your on the fence about the turris take the leap u won't be disappointed I feel blessed to have won this bike, ride 1 up thank u for teaming up with electrified reviews for the giveaway u have a customer for life very impressive.

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Cory kayhoe

I was the lucky winner of the turris by way of the electrified reviews.com giveaway I received the bike on 4/18/23 so far I've put 21 miles the turris and 3/5 bars left of the battery and it's exceeded my expectations in every way I'm 5'11 210 pds I live in a somewhat hilly area in Pennsylvania and the turris handles hills with ease from the comfortable saddle , hydraulic brakes & upright riding position make for a enjoyable riding experience, well done ride 1 up you knocked it out of the park with this one, if your on the fence about the turris take the leap u won't be disappointed I feel blessed to have won this bike, ride 1 up thank u for teaming up with electrified reviews for the giveaway u have a customer for life very impressive.

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Gregory Aune

I did very extensive research prior to purchasing my Turris and there is no doubt that it paid off. This is my first ebike and I couldn’t be more pleased. So much bike at such a great price! I’m singing the praises of Ride 1 Up to everyone who comments on the Turris- it gets noticed! I’m one happy customer!!

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Image #83 from Ryan from Ebike Escape

Ryan from Ebike Escape

Ride1Up continues to define what we can expect on an affordable electric bike. The Turris is priced as an entry level ebike but still has hydraulic disc brakes and a motor capable of 28 mph. The included fenders and front light are nice additions. Plus it looks like a more expensive ebike than it is. Read our full review: https://ebikeescape.com/ride1up-turris-review/

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