Goes fast, does good on hills. Brake pads needed spacers as they were in too far running into the disc spokes.
Eahora X7 Special
Eahora X7 has upgraded to Special edition with 750W motor & 48V 17.5Ah(840Wh) battery, which possesses an impressive range of 60+ miles.Its outlook not only looks classic among all folding e-bikes, but it also makes for a great all-terrain conqueror by virtue of practical 160mm hydraulic brakes and full suspension.
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
Delivered with 85% assembled:
Ebike & battery;
Original charger & adapator;
Front tire & quick release;
Pedals, saddle & seat post;
Fenders & rear rack;
Screws and tools for assembly.
1/2 - Electronic System
750W Hub Motor
Even the roughest terrain can't stop the 750-Watt rear hub motor from spinning. It's also a reliable motor that can provide consistent boost. Save you from the hard pedaling efforts.
2/2 - Electronic System
48V 17.5Ah Battery
When it comes to e-bike batteries, the principle is simple: HIGHER CAPACITY= MORE POWER & LONGER RIDING MILEAGE, ensuring a long-lasting riding experience with no worries.
Throtte Mode Range: 38 - 42 Miles
PAS Mode Range: 55 - 60 Miles
- 1. MOTOR
- 2. BATTERY
Size and Geometry
Recommended Rider Height: 5'6" - 6'4" or 168CM - 195CM
Ⓐ - Total Length: 70.1" or 178CM
Ⓑ - Wheel Base: 46.4" or 118CM
Ⓒ - Seat Height: 33.5" - 47.2" or 85CM - 122CM
Ⓓ - Handlebar Height: 46.1" - 50.8" or 117CM - 129CM
Ⓔ - Rim Diameter: 16.5" or 42CM
Ⓕ - Standover: 26.4" - 28.0" or 67CM - 71CM
Ⓖ - Reach Distance: 16.1" or 41CM
Ⓗ - Chain Stay Length: 19.7" or 50CM
Ⓘ - Seat Angle: 66.8°
Ⓙ - Seat Tube Length: 17.7" or 45CM
Ⓚ - Bike Width: 23.6" or 60CM
Ⓛ - Top Tube Length: 24.8" or 63CM
To ensure uninterrupted suppluying and shipping, some parts may differ from those listed. Rest assured, our engineers rigorously test each component to guarantee quality and compatibility.
Class 3 ebike with throttle and pedal asssit functions.
63.9lbs in total with the battery.
Range per Charge
38 - 42 miles on throttle mode. 55 - 60 miles on pas mode.
Recomend rider weight within 280lbs.
750W DC hub motor, cassette; Max torque: 65N.M.
48V 17.5AH (840WH) lithium battery, frame built-in.
48V, 22 ± 0.5A; 9MOS.
54.6V ~ 2A smart charger; input 100-240V 50/60HZ.
3" portrait color display(YL-80C-C), IP65 Waterproof; brightness: 100CD/M2
Front light 48V LED light; rear intergrated brake light.
Water resistant connectors and wiring harness
6061 aluminum; frame size: 20" * 18".
160mm front and rear hydraulic disc brakes.
Aluminum alloy comfort grip levers with motor cutoff switch.
20" * 4" CST tires; tire pressure marked on sidewall.
Mechanic suspension alloy fork, adjustable.
52T * 170MM, dual-sided chainring guard.
Comfort rubber ergo grips.
Wellgo(B087B) aluminum pedals with reflectors, polymer bearing.
Intergrated threadless headset.
Customized aluminum rear rack.
Aluminum leg with durable plastic cover, adjustable.
Snow tire fenders.
Comfort leather saddle.
Aluminum 36H spoke wheel.
Aluminum seapost with clamp.
Integrated electric horn.
I LOVE THIS BIKE!
I've been writing electrical bikes since about 2016. I purchased the X7 and 2019 right before all hayle broke loose you know what I'm talking about.
I've read this bike from DC to Sterling, DC to national Harbor, I'm set my loving places outside of DC. I'm just a great ride I highly recommended
Is it heavy yes oh my goodness it's very heavy.
I don't know if I've ever gotten a full 50 miles on one bike charge I doubt I could. I'd like to keep the bike at about level 2. And if I need to conserve battery power on power down to level one. even if I hated lol.
Level 3 is perfect for passing people particularly peoparticularly people on regular bikes that go fast
They get really shocked when I casually ride past them and I'm not breaking a sweat.
And don't worry about if this thing is gonna help you lose weight or not, truth is truth is if you just eat fruits and vegetables and drink water and get lots of sunlight you'll lose a ton weight without working out anyway.🤷🏾♀️
Great purchase helping change my life
So I have been waiting a few months to write my review as I wanted to really get into riding this bike and find out the pros and cons and all they meats and potatoes before giving my honest opinion of the bike.
So first and foremost it took me a few years to actually pull the trigger on buying a bike. I am a bigger guy so in the beginning I mainly was looking at the heavy duty cruiser bikes like the super 73s, Scramblers, Ariel riders, then i started on a path to health over the last 9 months from the end of aug to dec i dropped about 40lbs from around 300 to 260. This gave me a wider selection of bikes with different functions and uses. I started reviewing more styles of ebikes and found the folding ebikes to be exactly what I wanted. Something that could go wherever I wanted dirt or street and also was easy to take with me to enjoy anywhere I wanted to take it. I watched hours and hours of youtube videos from aventon sinch, sonders, yamee fat bear ect. I determined the major pieces of the bike i wanted, folding, full suspension, hydraulic braking, and 750w motor with the highest factory battery possible. I crossed off the aventon cause it only had the 500w and 14ah battery and wasn't full suspension, sonders the same reason. I almost bought the yamee bear because it had pretty much everything i wanted 750w 180mm hydraulic braking, 14.5 ah battery and then i stumbled across this bike. There weren't many reviews but was basically the yamee bear with different decals from…
2 months in and over 400 miles, bike is sturdy, fast, and reliable!
After looking at a endless number of bikes made by companies I've never heard of before, it was difficult to decide which one to get. For $1600 the x7 offered a 750w motor, full suspension, and it folds! Not to mention, it looks really cool compared to some of the other folding bikes. The company seemed pretty solid as they offer a variety of ebikes, scooters, and motorcycles so that made me feel comfortable buying the x7.
I've had the x7 for 2 months and it's been nothing but reliable! I can go 60 miles with peddling and not going in #3, which kills the battery fast, like 16 miles if you don't peddle and stay going 35mph. A second battery is highly recommended to relive range anxiety and I'm even considering a third battery!
The bike is fast and sturdy! I've been hit a car, ot wasn't too bad as the driver clipped the back wheel as I passed her car. I jumped off and the bike flew a feet but was no damaged one bit!
I'm glad I didn't go with $999 bike that looked similar but lacked many of the features Eahora put on this bike. It was worth the money.