A2B Metro Electric Bike Review

A2B Metro Electric Bike Review

http://electricbikereview.com/a2b/metro/ the A2B Metro is no longer available, the company has merged with Ultra Motor and renamed their products, this bike is now called the Octave. It offers a powerful motor, smooth easy ride and two shock absorbers. 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 (10)

  1. Am I missing something, or didn’t you use the pedal assist? BTW, I also would like to know where the other person got the stealth kit, as well.

  2. Este grea această bicicletă, cu un motor slab și foarte scumpă.

  3. kaitlyn phillips November 25, 2020 @ 7:39 pm

    *Love the bike✳✳>**share4.photo/ebicycle?ㅞ37 **   have a knee injury live in Florida gets me up over the causeways with ease using pedal assist.*

  4. thanks for sharing the video?the 2011 series are good.

  5. It’s a nice bike but the 2.1 is slightly better worked out, the 2.2 having the key on the handle bars means anyone can cut the cable and bypass the key.

    The seat is comfortable for about 5 miles then it becomes a real pain, the problem is the front of the seat is too wide, the 2.2 has a different seat.

    The latest version of this bike is called the octave why I don’t know, but the lines are little smoother.

    My 2.1 suffered a little bit on quality control but other than that it was ok, discovered most if not all of the issues and set about fixing them.

  6. Jay Nel-McIntosh November 25, 2020 @ 7:54 pm

    Does anyone still have this bike and by any chance have a spare key or can send me a photo of your key. I have lost my key and the locksmith wants to be able to see a photo of the original key to be able to create a new one. Thanks!

  7. 2020
    One has been listed for $1200.
    Not sure about an 8 year old bike on the battery.
    Aesthetically it looks 2020.

  8. ElectricBikeReview.com November 25, 2020 @ 8:03 pm

    Nice! I’ve been riding the Neo Jumper from Easy Motion and it doesn’t cap out at 20mph when you’re in pedal assist mode. I’m regularly cruising at 27mph and have even hit 33! How fast does your stealth kit go and where did you get it from?

  9. You said there’s a battery in the frame. What is it, and can it be removed?

  10. nice one mate – bit slow for me – but it still would be fun. I got a stealth kit but not the actual bike.

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