Biria Easy Boarding Electric Video Review – Silent, Easy to Mount, Throttle and Pedal Assist

Biria Easy Boarding Electric Video Review – Silent, Easy to Mount, Throttle and Pedal Assist The Biria Easy Boarding Electric bike is a unique deep-step frame allows riders to mount with less than a five inch leg lift and stand over the bike comfortably, the seat can be dropped very low as well. Utilizes a very high quality motor, battery and display from BionX, a well established company with a great warranty, it operates at near silence and offers pedal assist, regen and throttle modes. Beautiful matching fenders, high quality rack with standard gauge tubing, integrated rear light, adjustable stem and swept back bars for maximum comfort. The battery and rack may block the seat from going all the way down unless you slide the saddle forward or get a smaller one, the mechanical linear pull brakes are kind of basic, no headlight. This ebike would be a good fit for elderly or old riders, those who are looking for a stable ebike that’s easy to step over. EBR was paid to perform this review #Sponsored We try to be honest, thorough, and fun! Comparison tools, shop directory, and forums at:

Readers Comments (11)

  1. Hi Cort did you notice any vertical flex from the frame over small bumps etc?

  2. *I am very happy with this bike✳✳>**ㅚ130**   It is better than I expected. This is in excellent quality. It is comfortable to ride and folds up nicely for storage once you get to work.*

  3. Wow! Excellent bike review. This is the gold standard of what all product reviews should be — a mix of product info and opinion/feel. Much appreciated!

  4. Is there a way to reset the LCD display? It’s not showing the battery level but the battery is charged.

  5. could you do a review on the bafang bbshd 1000w?

  6. the weight of the battery above the wheel would contribute to the flexing, this could be reduced with a frame intergrated battery which is what we will probably see when the bikes are designed from scratch rather than retrofit

  7. Great review. I really enjoy your videos, and I had a thought that I wanted to share with you, have you ever thought of maybe like starting in the front and working your way to the rear while doing the review and talk about each item you wanted to point out, instead of kind of jumping back and forth?

    Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a knock on your reviews, just a suggestion for maybe a format to follow so you don’t miss anything or bounce back and forth. Maybe start with a basic over view of the bike and what it is good for like basic riding to work, hauling, mountain and trail riding and so on, and then starting at the front and moving towards the back, and finishing with the electronic display and then the ride.

    Again, what the heck do I know, you’re the pro not me, but it’s just a thought I wanted to throw out there and see if it’s something that can make a great channel even better. Keep up the great work.

  8. I would have to asoom that it has a 500w motor, that can take you to 24 26 mph.

  9. any recommendations for a low budget e bike

  10. Hey Cort, what would you think of an Electric BMX bike??? This indiegogo says it’s the first ever. You quick input would be awesome.

  11. Battery to high… very bad for balance…

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