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Range Per Charge (Estimated)
Max 28 MPH with Pedal Assist
Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Real World Range Testing
Tailor-fit comfort. For every rider.
We have ridden over 300 miles in the year since our purchase! On mountain trails, beaches and rivers. We did experience our first flat tire our last trip, but that's the way it goes!
I am a 67 year old woman. I am 5'8" and have long legs, my bike is a tiny bit tall for even me, but I have learned to manage! I LOVE my bike rides!
I live in Ann Arbor, MI, where biking is the best way to get around town. I had 2 e-bikes (both class 3 with 500 W motor) and 3 e-scooters (they are too unreliable to do daily commutes) before I bought this. I have some experience of how to work on bikes (it is hard to transfer this bike to a bike shop).
It rains a lot in Michigan, and it snows. It just makes huge sense to have an IPX6 bike if you need it for daily commutes. It can easily go up to 28 mph with very light pedaling. So far, I have 146 miles on the bike and nothing major has gone wrong. I needed to adjust the brakes and derailleur but that is standard. This is also very quiet (rattling-wise) compared to the other two.
There are three minor things I want to warn people about this bike. One is that when riding on the highest PAS level, the 20 Ah battery will go flat in 20-25 miles. But that is a price I am more than willing to pay for higher speed (about 1 dollar per month more in electricity than my bikes that go 20-23 mph). The other one is that if you don't have a seat post with suspension the ride is quite hard. I luckily have one from one of my other bikes. But for those people without one, it probably isn't pleasant. It really isn't Magicycle's fault, in my opinion; it is the Kenda puncture-resistant tires. And the third one, get a better light for yourself. Most standard e-bike and e-scooter lights are just pathetic.
I received the bike quickly and no damage. It was easy to put together, with tools required and the battery was fully charged.
I’m 6’4” and 275 lbs, this bike is well crafted and plenty of power. I tried the biggest hill we have, it climbed it at 14 mph with no assisted pedaling. Hill is bigger than it looks in the picture.
Very nice bike on and of the road. I would recommend to anyone who wants a thrill!
These bikes are AMAZING! My husband and I got the Cruiser Pros and we couldn't be happier. So we actually bought our first electric bikes on Amazon less than a year ago. We didn't really know anything when we bought them. Although he used his first one I never rode mine more than 10 feet after we assembled it. So he tried to convince me that these Magicycle ebikes would be a lot more comfortable for me and we should spend the money for the quality. I am very frugal and it was hard knowing we already bought the other 2 ebikes 10 months ago, but he was so sure and so excited about these that I agreed. It really did change everything. I LOVE my bike and now I am the one asking "So, where are we riding today?" It's very well built a thick, meaty bike. It's a little heavy for me to lift, but I wouldn't change it and would rarely if ever need to lift it. The shocks are so good and along with the thick tires I can ride over pinecones, medium sized sticks and even small curbs smoothly. The first day I'll admit I was a little fearful so I chose the settings with a lot of caution, keeping the speed well under what it can actually do. By the end of the hour I was so much more confident. Its been a couple of weeks of daily riding now and I'm very comfortable. I have changed the settings to allow a higher speed and more levels... This is something I love about the bike too, the settings are so easy I could do it myself. We have ordered some accessories (baskets and bags) to customize our bikes for commuting to work and I'm really excited to start as soon they arrive. If you're on the fence about this, I think they really are worth the price!
I was pretty surprised how long the battery lasts for this bike, I dont recharge until after 3-4 rides usually. The speed is also very fast. I dont use more than level 1-2 out of the 5 settings since I feel its a bit too fast. I think on level 5 I have gotten it up to 25-27mph. The disc breaks work well and its good that hitting the break stops the motor too.
CRUISER PRO FAQS
How fast does the Cruiser Pro go using the throttle?
How to reach 28 mph?
Second, select the "Advanced" option and press "i" button to open the advanced setting page.
Third, select the "Power Set" option, which determines how many levels the pedal assistance provides. The default value is 0-7. Set it to 0-5 and then press the "i" button to save it. After this, a small sub-page will come up showing the voltage percentage that is put on each level of pedal assistance. Set level 5 from 96% to 100%.
How many miles can the Cruiser Pro go if going 20mph?
What are the effects and functions of the hydraulic suspension front fork?
What terrain is the Cruiser Pro good for?
What's the difference between the Step Over and the Step-Thru type?
Some customers prefer to have more of an eye-catching moped-looking bike which is easier to get on and off, whereas others prefer a sportier, more traditional frame. Regardless of the frame, you can still expect the same performance and ride!
How water-resistant is the Cruiser Pro?
What's in the Cruiser Pro gift package?
②Magicycle Full Fenders ($107.99 Value): Reducing the amount of water, mud, and grime that sprays up into your face, all over your bike and your backside is enough to warrant their use.
③Magicycle Rear Rack ($99 Value): Provides a stable framework to hold gear on your ebike.
④Front & Rear Lights ($75.98 Value): Integrated front and rear lights keep you to be seen all the time.
What is the recommended tire pressure of the Cruiser Pro?
What's the Ebike Classification of the Cruiser Pro?
What's the 15 days return policy?
We suggest that you keep the boxintact for a smooth return process.