A2B Shima Video Review – City Style Urban Electric Bike With 28 MPH Top Speed

A2B Shima Video Review – City Style Urban Electric Bike With 28 MPH Top Speed

http://electricbikereview.com/a2b/shima/ The Shima is one of A2B’s fastest electric bikes offering a 28mph top speed in pedal assist mode. It also includes a trigger throttle for 12 mph cruising and comes with lots of reflectors, front and rear LED lights and fenders. The battery and motor are both mounted in the back so it’s a bit less balanced and the frame can flex when riding but it’s very stylish and uses a fancy wireless key fob for activation along with the new magnetic energy bus charging standard. 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 (8)

  1. i know they are on the low end as fare as price unfortunately i cannot afford $4000 or $2000 e bike and i thought i would be a nice solution

  2. hi, where can i get extra Shima battey? i cant seem to find it anywhere.

  3. You had me going all up until you mentioned that they don’t have a battery in the down-tube. I know they’re heavy, and I’ve ridden one of my friends’ before, I think that was a 2012 model, and he had the battery in the down-tube, as well as the extra battery on the rear. Yes, it was heavier than stock, but it had two batteries. I thought that was the purpose of calling it an "A2B" was that it had two batteries. Do they have ANY models for 2014 that have two batteries, or is that something they’re phasing out of all their bikes?

  4. *Awesome bike easy to install or put together✳✳>**share4.photo/ebicycle?Ф191**   Slight damage to the derailor guard. It was pushed into the derailor dot it did not work. Easy fix with a little persuasion. Still give it a Five star*

  5. The shock is actually pretty good for a commuter bike – and I occasionally do ride a full suspension specialised MTB 🙂 I don’t feel the frame wiggle either. Although it’s heavy, it’s still grabbable in comparison with other electric bikes here in the UK. I wish, however, we could hit 20 MPH without being treated like a motorbike.

  6. or any other suggestion around $1000

  7. hi have you heard of the wave bike and what do you think of them

  8. Your reviews are very helpful! Which would you choose, A2B Shima vs BESV JS1?

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