ProdecoTech Titanio 29er Video Review – The Lightest Electric Mountain Bike, Titanium Frame

ProdecoTech Titanio 29er Video Review – The Lightest Electric Mountain Bike, Titanium Frame One of the lightest weight electric bikes around but still features a suspension fork and knobby tires capable of offroad riding. The ProdecoTech 29er is a hardtail mountain bike with classy leather grips and saddle that make it cool for commuting or city riding. It features an active, aggressive seating position and the motor is mounted in a water bottle styled case that fits on the downtube keeping weight low and centered. The front hub motor uses a friction drive that’s fairly quiet but weaker than some of the other models Prodeco makes. It’s activated with a speed control and only offers pedal assist. 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 (20)

  1. while i wouldn’t mind a twist throttle and the kind of motor needed for it, this is pretty much exactly the kind of bike i would need.
    I mean i still want to (and need to) pedal (to get the exercise) but it would sure help on long trips and hopefully uphill.
    But i don’t need it to be that "stealthy" so a bigger battery and slightly higher top speed would be preferred

    14.4kg with battery is very light even for a regular bike, i mean mine is 18kg and it has an aluminum frame

  2. *Just gave the bike a pretty good shakedown cruise✳✳>**Ї80**     Ran it until it went dead. Ran into a good headwind part of the way. Power on about all of the time, averaged about 10 mph, went about 18 miles. Recharged from a dead battery in 4 1/2 hours. All is good!*

  3. THEWATCHERISLOOKING January 25, 2021 @ 7:52 pm

    Would like the wheel and battery only. Looks cool.

  4. dude this is fantastic!, whats the weight for bike only? without motor or battery

  5. You in your helmet is like a signature trade mark to the EBR videos series

  6. Well designed & thought out.

  7. What’s the weight it can carry and what’s the highest speed it can go

  8. I’ve owned the Prodeco Titanio for a year now, and it has been a great ride. However, recently the motor has become much louder, like a clicking sound as if some of the cogs are stripped. The problem hasn’t affected the performance. As for the battery comments below, when you order the bike, you can specify 6.7 or 9.7 for the bottle battery.

  9. Mountain bike in the city hmm…do you have mountains in the city?!  If not, you’ll enjoy your ride alittle more with skinnier tires for pavement (faster, grippier, and battery range will improve).  This will give you less rolling resistance.

  10. BiknutProductions January 25, 2021 @ 8:08 pm

    Is the motor geared? It sounds kind of noisy. is 25 mph do able? 

  11. Carl Fredrik Strandberg January 25, 2021 @ 8:13 pm

    Wtf is this shit? It looks like a MTB with offroad tyres but then it has waaaay too high main gearing to ever take it offroad and that battery pack would shake loose within in a minute of me riding it. So offroad bike that can’t go offroad? For people with weak leg-muscles and no stamina who want to look cool around town? Gimme a break.

  12. americanidlekaraoke January 25, 2021 @ 8:16 pm

    I was amazed when you said that battery pack was 9.3 Amp hour. Unfortunately, I see it’s really only a 6.2 Amp hour pack according to their specs. Still a beautiful bike though.

  13. Great video 🙂 , How good is this bike for uphill and off-road / mountain biking ? How secure is the bottle battery in holder ? ( the holder seems quite flimsy )

  14. Wow, a lot of e-bikes hide their design well, but this bike has ZERO way of telling its electric. Thats crazy, my wheels have a hub bigger than that motor and the battery is very authentic. Amazing.

  15. Got the titanio. Love it so far. How long before I give up on the seat? It’s painful at this point

  16. Nice bike, would love another chain ring upfront(20speed).  Very stealthy, and a lifetime warranty on the frame, not bad at all.

  17. Looking to buy the 29er titanio from prodeco but I do have a few problems, 1st being why did they go with a 250 hub instead of 350 which would probably feel faster and kick in better when pedaling on 10 speed also can the battery be locked in for security reasons or must I remove whenever I leave bike parked in front of gym store etc, Also the 27er has a 27 speed which was built first so why did the downgrade the speed and up the price? Last can the 250 hub be upgraded to 350 hub?

  18. Does it comply with EN 15194 European standard?

  19. Santeri Miettinen January 25, 2021 @ 8:29 pm

    that motor is so small :O

  20. Where is your HELMET!

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