Readers Comments (50)

  1. I don鈥檛 know. Imo the price tag is one of the biggest selling points for the rad power version of this style of bike. At $1800 I鈥檓 looking at the juiced bike and possibly super 73 offerings.

  2. For those specs why not go with lectric

  3. I read a lot about those cloud 9 seats the one shown on the bike is discontinued they squeak & move around. The new model has a solid rubber instead of bare metal springs, just say’n. This might be ok if your a skinny young dude, but if you have a mans build that step through frame is going to be flexing and since theres was no closeups of the welds, you could possibly see the thing crack . These reviews without technical close ups of the frame are worthless in my opinion.

  4. Just another super 73 replica

  5. These e bike companies need to learn from lectric xp. They charge 500+ less than their competition

  6. That 750w Bafang motor melts controllers. It also gets terrible range. Stick with the 5OOw.

  7. Don’t forget to include in the review that in just a few short years your going to need a license and to register that… When you go +20 without pedaling your going to incur the wrath of the Taxman!

  8. Way too much $$$ You can do better.

  9. Looks Girlish, but that’s just me.

    Thanks for sharing.

  10. No one has mentioned he was riding a girls bike.

  11. mikey…I’m a big fan and subscriber. What is that round cylinder in your pocket? Perhaps Pepper spray for loose dogs?

  12. e bike suck, get a gasbike. ebike a scam business who the f want to replace new battery each year if your a heavy rider like me. manufacturing battery is cheap but the mock up price is ridiculously stupid high.

  13. Ride and scoot does not sound really tough like me . Have guy this is my ride and scoot what to you think hahahahhahahahhahahaha

  14. I would not wear shots or flip flops while riding so fast you could crash and then you will have road rash.

  15. A rip off, just get a roadbike it will go faster, make you fitter and wont coat 2 k.

  16. In a comment I had left here a couple of months ago I said that I had just ordered the VeeGo 750 after watching Micah’s review and that I would come back and leave a follow up after I had put some miles on it. Here is my follow up.

    I ordered the model with the 17.5 Ah battery and the hydraulic brakes. It took a little over a week from the time i ordered to arrival. Set up was simple. Unlike some bikes, all the VeeGo needed was for the pedals to screwed on and the fold down handlebar to be flipped up and locked into place.

    RideScoozy advises new buyers who are not up to date with bike maintenance to have a professional look over the bike once you have it set up. I did that, and the mechanic, who, incidentally did not charge me for the check, pronounced the bike roadworthy. I have had only a couple of minor problems with the bike. The adjustin screw on one of the brake levers wasn’t tight and started to back out. A dab of locktight took care of that. I did have a bit of a problem with the headlight. It started working intermittently, and investigation determined that there was a bit of corrosion on the plug of the light. I cleaned that up and everything started working fine again. I recently took the bike back to the mechanic for a 500 mile check in. The only thing that he found that needed adjustment was the neck at the front forks had developed just a little play and he tightened that. He checked everything else and said it was fine.

    I now have 600 miles on the bike. I love having this machine. I suffer from lung disease – COPD, and had been in a spiral of not getting exercise because of my breathing problems, and then having worse breathing problems because of my continuing lack of exercise. I couldn’t even go for walks around the neighborhood because the chances were good that I would not be able to get back home because I couldn’t breath properly. The electric bike takes care of that. I know that even if I should run out of breath, I will still be in good enough shape to turn the throttle and get home.

    I hadn’t ridden a bicycle for 55+ years and it took me about a week to get comfortable riding again. I spent most of that week in a seldom used overflow parking lot at a local shopping center getting comfortable riding again. They say that you never forget how to ride a bike. That is true, but in my experience we can get really rusty at it.

    Riding a bicycle is FUN. You see the world in a completely different way than you do in a car, or even riding a motorcycle. I find myself riding every day that isn’t pouring rain. Yesterday for example I rode for 2 and 1/4 hours and traveled 15 miles. This is probably an average ride. I usually get out about 5 out of every 7 days.

    I am getting out of the house now a lot more than I have in years, and the exercise has made a big difference in how I feel and in reducing the symptoms from the COPD. I have lost a lot of the fat from my body and seldom run out of breath anymore. I can walk or climb stairs now without huffing and puffing. I feel better than I have in years. I did change the way I eat at the same time, and the exercise and the change in diet go hand in hand toward feeling so much better.

    I do ride the bike for exercise, so most of the time I avoid the higher levels of power assistance. I keep the pedal assistance in #2 or #3. These levels keep me working but not overworking, which is the whole idea behind having this machine.The only time I crank it up to 9 is those rare times I have to ride on a major, busy street.

    I am an older guy in my early 70’s. I weigh 200 lbs, down from 220+ when I got the bike. The top speed that I have gotten out of the bike is 24 MPH. I blame that on my weight and the fact that I carry a fairly heavy load on the bike – I equipped it with a basket and carry not one, but two heavy bike locks, one of which has a heavy chain. I keep the bike charged to 80% to extend the life of the battery and can easily ride for over 2 hours without worrying about running out of juice.

    If I had it to do over again I would indeed buy this bike again. It cost me $2,100 out the door but the changes it has made in my life are worth much more than that.

  17. Patrick McLaughlin November 25, 2020 @ 7:22 pm

    seems pricey
    Rad has a new similar bike at $1299

  18. This bike would be my next ebike if I didnt build one. They really give you a nicely polished package. And that extra power would be handy if or when an angry young man is sprinting after you to beat you like a pinata too.

  19. Ride on the sidewalks ??

  20. Is 20 mph max speed on throttle in e-bikes because of lack of power? Or is it regulated by state/country or continent? So then manufactuer have to lock it in their e-bike system, so if you want to go faster than 20 mph, you have to use pedal…

  21. Overall this was a great review..I am interested in the Radbike..but this one has my interest too…

  22. Viljamin Somemakuuhuone November 25, 2020 @ 7:27 pm

    Oh no. I can see the frame already breaking near fork. This kind of frame can last in normal bike in normal use, but with ebike there is more weight and speed. Hope that noone gets killed. huh.

  23. Let’s just call it what it is, an electric scooter.

  24. Hey Micah, great review. It definitely helped me decide to buy one of these. I just got an email a few minutes ago saying that it is shipping today. I will come back here after the bike gets here and I get a chance to try it out. Unfortunately I live about as far from Florida as one can and still be in the US, so it will be a week or so until I can do that.

  25. Nice. Is there a men’s version?

  26. Michael Anderson November 25, 2020 @ 7:30 pm

    I gave my brother a schwinn loop 7 speed same frame design but frame folds too non-electric he gets a lot of attention and loves the bike

  27. Haji Wayne Ibraheem Conley November 25, 2020 @ 7:32 pm

    Do you do a man’s version,this looks like a girls bike with been a step through frame?

  28. what about security, I want an ebike but I would like to know more about the anti-theft systems on these bikes., could you please do a show on that side of ebikes.

  29. I need your book guidance on building batteries or ebikes ?

  30. I realized that bike manufacturers are scared to add rear suspensions on their electric bikes, what is going on?

  31. That’s a cute girls bike

  32. 馃憤

  33. Do you like this or the super 73 more?

  34. If you have concerns after you buy . They will make you send videos twice before they ignore you! Ridescoozy!

  35. Scoozy but that’s a steep price for that little bike.

  36. I just got the next level down from this (fat tire). A nice ride, plenty of power and it’s foldable.

  37. A long-overdue review on a well-respected ebike and vendor!

  38. Sebastyan Papp 1 November 25, 2020 @ 7:44 pm

    Similar to etwow electric bike

  39. Anth酶ny L酶der November 25, 2020 @ 7:44 pm


  40. ..just what we need is some hump driving all over lawns, landscaping and sidewalks at 28 mph (while wearing shorts and flippers)..Way too much money for that thing..

  41. That’s the same bike that ugly duckling has made out of Wisconsin Minnesota I’m curious what the price is

  42. So…. despite how it鈥檚 shaped…. it鈥檚 not a folding E-Bike?

  43. Can you please review the M2S Scout? I like what you put emphasis on in your videos so your review would be superb.

  44. what voltage are these running at?

  45. theLastoftheHitachi November 25, 2020 @ 7:56 pm

    the saddle is so looooow, it’s harder to pedal like that, can you adjust the saddle and handlebars?

  46. Sorry Micha, sandals are for beaches, not bicycles

  47. stopglobalswarming November 25, 2020 @ 8:00 pm

    Where do you get tires ?

  48. How’s the winter biking?

  49. 45 km per hour. Insane.

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