A2B Kuo+ Video Review

A2B Kuo+ Video Review

http://electricbikereview.com/a2b/kuo-plus/ The A2B Kuo+ improves on the standard Kuo with smoother cadence sensing pedal assist, a larger motor and battery and upgraded drivetrain using Shimano Alivio vs. Shimano Tourney. Low weight distribution, removable battery is easy to access, fenders rack and lights look good and perform well. The display isn’t as easy to reach and adjust while riding, the trigger throttle seems flipped and is mounted to the left bar vs. the right which is more traditional. EBR was paid to perform this review #Sponsored We try to be honest, thorough, and fun! Comparison tools, shop directory, and forums at: ElectricBikeReview.com

Readers Comments (11)

  1. Checking this one out on their site says a range of 37 miles. What speed would that be & do you like this one better or the trail viper fat tires one better. I am still considering the trail viper. But have checking out all your video’s & trying to learn about e-bikes. Since I have gotten older & hip & knees have a hard time getting leg over regular frame bikes. I would like to get something that no pedal assist would get me about 25-30 miles for some weekend rides just in case body parts start to hurt. Thanks for your great video’s. Roger from Michigan

  2. Fine folding bike. I had an old Peugeot when I lived on a sailboat. This would have been a dream come true at the time. As you mentioned RVers would love it too. Nice review. Thanks 

  3. Josefwintzent Libot November 29, 2020 @ 8:25 pm

    is it possible for me to acquire this while i am in the philippines?

  4. getting one at Edinburgh on 8/30 hueh ue hue

  5. I am having a real hard time deciding which e-bike to purchase. It’s up between the e-Joe Epik Lite and this one. I like how this one goes up to 18mph and it shows my speed too but I really like that the battery on the Epik is built into the frame. Which one did you like riding better? Which one seemed more portable? Do the magnets on the Kuo+ keep the bike folded securely and does the epic stay folded without the addition of the magnets? Which one would you choose?

  6. Beware: A2B Kuo+ don’t offer replacement batteries.

  7. Super Duper Special Video! Super Hot or Super Cold,that’s so Duper Super, Mister!

  8. The Garden of Edenエデンの園 November 29, 2020 @ 8:42 pm

    Where is it made in?

  9. It looks like the A2B has 406 (20") wheels. That is a very useful size because today there are so many tyres available for that size.

    Personally I would have absolutely no problem with those V type rim brakes. These are extremely powerful. I have them on my bicycles, I have no disc brakes and I don’t miss them.

  10. Does the display panel pop off easily?

  11. Hi aAron. you have done great reviews of all sorts of different bikes. but I would like to know. if you were going to buy an ebike which one would you choose..

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