eFlow E3 Flight Review

The eFlow E3 Flight is nice to see. It’s a true “bicycling” type of ebike that’s enjoyable to pedal and really designed around pedal assist. It’s a less expensive version of the E3 Nitro, cutting cost and weight by removing the headset shock absorber, decreasing the size of the battery pack and removing one of the front chain rings.

The bike has a powerful 500 watt gearless hub motor paired with a 36 volt Lithium-ion battery pack that offers 11 amp hours of power. The motor is capable of moving larger riders, scaling moderate hills and it even offers regenerative braking to extend range. It offers either a “high speed” or “high torque” configuration to suit our riding style. The battery works well enough and can be charged on or off the bike. Besides,the sophisticated LCD, regenerative braking, smooth torque sensor and overall balanced design work well together.

Some attractive features of the bike are:
1) The bike offers 9 speeds and the rigid fork design is pretty standard for city bikes.
2) Twist throttle is a great feature in addition to pedal assist, especially at stop signs and lights.

One drawback of the bike is that,it’s a bit heavy for a road style electric bike, especially considering the medium sized battery. Read the complete review from

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