2013 Pedego Classic Comfort Cruiser Review

The Pedego Classic Comfort Cruiser bike was designed from the ground up to be strong, quiet and durable. Its weight is about 59 lbs (26.76 kg).

Its casual design looks like a laid back cruiser and comes in many fun color choices. It’s one of the first bikes Pedego built when they launched in 2009 and has been refined over the years, becoming a leader in the space. One thing this bike does not offer is pedal assist but the throttle works well and keeps this bike simple to operate.

Its 36 volt, 10 amp hour Lithium-ion battery is light, provides great range and lasts years before degrading,  expected to be 1,500+ charge cycles. The lithium-ion pack is secured inside a locking aluminum cube. High end Avid disc brakes on the front wheel provides good stopping power when combined with the rear drum brakes. Powerful and brushless 500w motor lasts longer and quieter, easily climbs hills and provides good torque, also provides great range. Read the complete review from here.

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