Electric Bike Outfitters 48V Cruiser Kit Video Review – $1.4k Rack Battery, Throttle

Electric Bike Outfitters 48V Cruiser Kit Video Review – $1.4k Rack Battery, Throttle

https://electricbikereview.com/electric-bike-outfitters/48v-cruiser-kit/ The Electric Bike Outfitters 48V Cruiser Kit is a versatile geared hub motor ebike kit with rear rack-mounted battery pack, integrated rear light keeps you visible and can be used even if the motor is display is turned off. Lots of options, different colored hub motors, rims, and racks, front or rear mount design, single speed or 7, 8, 9 speed cassettes, custom wire lengths for cargo bikes etc. Excellent customer service and phone support, EBO has been around since 2015 and offers a 30-day money back policy as well as a one year comprehensive warranty. Rack batteries position weight high and towards the back of the bike which can add to frame flex and change handling, the rack battery weighs more than the downtube option. 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 (18)

  1. Have seen similar kits much cheaper.

  2. I want to take my bike that I already use ($200.00 can). And still want to mainly cycle only want some help on hills & such.

  3. Was that an electric hob motor train?

  4. Informed citizen March 9, 2021 @ 10:15 pm

    Really like your reviews. very informative and you have a nice easy going manner. Would love if you can do a review of the M2S All terrain fat bike as I’m interested in buying one and would like your imput.

  5. 馃憤馃憤

  6. Heather Bolanos March 9, 2021 @ 10:21 pm

    U should just call it for what it is, at $1200 it鈥檚 a rip off. The bike has no power & cheap parts

  7. The motor adds weight to front. Now you have a two wheel drive. Plus how weight is spread out is more complex. Lots of videos on that.

  8. Way too pricey 馃槻

  9. Anyone here got an opinion on radcity vs the volt bike elegant? Those are the main two I鈥檓 considering and I need strangers to tell me what to do.

  10. I agree. I just got almost this identical set-up from a place called Anytime Bike Repair here in San Diego and it rocks. It’s a 36v 250w front hub motor. It gives me all the assist I want for hitting the hills and not having it kill me. They did a really great job of adapting it to my Masi Giramondo. Cost me around $800 to add it to my bike including getting a new bottom bracket and cranks that worked. Love it!! Exact same battery and everything.

  11. Front hub motor setup is the best.

  12. Randy's Drones March 9, 2021 @ 10:46 pm

    1.4k is wayyy to much.

  13. Like the little display & controls. Rad bikes have small one too.

  14. Not worth it at all

  15. I have a 26 inch schwinn meridian and I was looking at getting this ebike kit for it https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F1FLHC8/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_0Jt4Db6A5A8TN

    Would this battery work for it or what kind of battery would I need?

  16. Interesting why the owners of EBO did not participate on camera?

  17. If you bust a chain, you can use motor to get home. More stress on chain in other one

  18. That looks really simular to my wife "biltema" budget bike. Specially with the smal display. (but here is a 24V so that is a major diffrance)

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