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700 Series

(614 customer reviews)

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Speed

Speed

Class 3 electric bike, with 28mph pedal assist and 20mph throttle

Motor

Motor

Powerful 750w geared hub motor with 60nm torque

Range

Range

30-50 miles depending on rider weight, terrain, incline, level of assist, etc.

Frame

Frame

Lightweight Alloy Frame with internal protected & locked electronics

Comfort

Comfort

Frame geometry & components built for "the most comfortable ride ever"

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FINANCING
AVAILABLE

0% APR financing available. Make easy monthly payments over 3, 12, or 18 months*

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SERVICE
& SUPPORT

Expert technical support and friendly customer service

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1-YEAR
WARRANTY

Every bike comes with a warranty against manufacturing defects

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30 DAY
TRIAL

If you’re not thrilled, send it back for a full refund

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FREE
SHIPPING

On all bikes to contiguous 48 states. $100 to Canada.

COMPONENTS

Motor
Motor
48V Geared Hub Shengyi Motor, 28mph (nominal rating of 500w)
Motor
Controller
48V22A Lishui Sine-wave (potential peak output of 1000w)
Motor
Battery
48V14ah Reention Rhino, 52x Samsung 35E Cells, Smart BMS
Motor
Display
KD218 Adjustable Speed Color Display
Motor
PAS Sensor
Integrated Sensitive Cadence Sensor PAS
Motor
Brakes
Tektro Dual Piston Hydraulic Brakes w/ Electric Cut-Off Sensor
Motor
Fork
Mozo Hydraulic Lockout, 100mm Suspension Travel
Motor
Tires
Schwalbe SUPER MOTO X 27.5x2.4 (584-60) tire
Motor
Throttle
Left side Thumb Throttle
Motor
Handlebar
ST Frame: City/Café Upright Handlebars XR Frame: Riser Bars, 31.8mm Bar, with 25mm Rise
Motor
Grips
VELO Faux-Leather Grips
Motor
Shifters
SHIMANO ACERA 8 speed trigger shifter
Motor
Gearing
45T Front Alloy Chainring
Motor
Cassette
11-30T Shimano Cassette
Motor
Derailleur
Shimano Acera RD-M3000
Motor
Chain
KMC Professional 8-Speed Chain
Motor
Rims
3D Double Wall Rim, 33mm Width
Motor
Spokes
Stainless steel, 12G rear, 13G front
Motor
Fenders
Hardened Alloy Fenders
Motor
Rear Rack
50lbs Rated Loading Weight With Pannier Side Mount
Motor
Front light
Buchel 50 Lux Front Light
Motor
Rear light
Spanninga Luceo Rear Light
Motor
Saddle
Selle Royal Freeway Plush Gel
Motor
Seat Post
Promax 31.6mm x 350mm Adjustable Angle
Motor
Brake Cables
Jagwire Brake Cables
Motor
Pedals
Wellgo Alloy Pedals
Motor
XR Stem
PROMAX Adjustable 0-60° 90mm 31.8mm Bar Clamp
Motor
ST Stem
PROMAX Adjustable 0-60° 60mm 31.8mm Bar Clamp

DIMENSIONS AND SIZING

  • Weight (with rack and fenders) 62lbs
  • Weight Capacity 275lbs
  • Total Length 70”
  • Wheel Base 43”
    • XR Frame Dimensions:
    • Rider Height Range 5'5"-6'4"
    • Handlebar Height 41”
    • Handlebar Reach 22”
    • Maximum Seat Height 40”
    • Minimum Seat Height 33”
    • Stand-Over Height 29.5”
    • Seat Tube 19”
    • ST Frame Dimensions:
    • Rider Height Range 5'-6'2"
    • Handlebar Height 40”
    • Handlebar Reach 18”
    • Maximum Seat Height 38”
    • Minimum Seat Height 31”
    • Stand-over Height 17”
    • Seat Tube 18”

WHAT'S INCLUDED

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Integrated LED headlight and taillight, operated from the display.

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Charger and Cable. Only use this authorized charger for the battery

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LCD TFT display with 2.2" screen. 0-9 levels of PAS and advanced metrics.

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Schwalbe Super-Moto X Tires eBike touring tires with Green-Guard.

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Two keys for the removable integrated battery system

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Heavy duty Kickstand to support the extra weight of an eBike

Shipping Information

*Increased shipping demand nationwide has caused delays in tracking updates from Fedex and delays in shipping hubs. Shipping estimates are slightly delayed beyond the normal timelines.
Delivery time is dependent on your distance from Nevada (our warehouse location). We typically deliver in 2-3 days within the west coast and, or 4-7 days for the east coast.

Bike will arrive 85% assembled (electronics are pre-assembled). An assembly video is located on our support page. Front fork, front tire, seat, pedals, rack and fenders and crank arm need to be installed. Installation can be completed in 1-2 hours. However, it is recommended to use a bike mechanic when possible to check the bike prior to riding. Damages resulting from improper assembly are not covered by the warranty.

Package Size is 52″x30″x8″ and just under 75lbs

FAQ'S

We are a direct-to-consumer company both in pricing and strategy. You will generally pay a premium for the ability to test ride through a dealer. However, our bikes have been thoroughly tested by top reviewers such as Electric Bike Review, Electric Bike Report, Cycling Weekly, Clean Technica, Electrek and many others who have published their reviews on YouTube. Additionally, we are now supporting an independent network of owners offering their bikes for demos. Learn more here Locations

This article will explain all about what to expect when ordering a bike from us. Ordering With Us

Unfortunately the 14ah battery pack is the largest available that will fit this frame.

No. The variations you see on the site are the only options we have.

We only ship within North America. The Continental United States is FREE. Hawaii and Alaska is $275. Shipping to Mexico and Canada is $100. We are not responsible for any additional tariffs charged by your local government which often times applied after importing. Unfortunately, we are not able to ship our bikes directly to Europe. You can use a shipping forwarder like ShopUsa.com to reach your country.

The bikes are not water-proof, they are water-resistant, rated IP-65. While we do not recommend leaving the bikes out in the rain or riding in the rain or other hazardous conditions due to personal safety, the bikes can handle water exposure.

We’ve summarized some of the pros and cons of each model in this article. https://ride1up.com/which-ebike-is-right-for-you/

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614 reviews for 700 Series

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Anonymous

My very first ebike and enjoying it so far (200 miles). Electric motor is certainly louder than other ebikes and some gears are more comfortable than others but overall, good bike for the money. Very sturdy and Very heavy. It flies by others on the road as going up to 30mph while on pedal assist is a no issue. Battery range is quite good too. I cycled 37miles with the lights on at 95% and ended with 40% end of the ride. No range anxiety here. Hydro brakes are pretty good and will stop you when applied. About 1-1,5sec delay in pedal assist for the motor to kick in, but hand throttle will help for the kickstart when needed. Was deciding between Aventon Level and Ride1Up 700 and pretty happy with my decision, given the extras that come with Ride1Up as an advantage. If you take your time while putting it together, you will have no issues. Hopefully support service will be good when and if needed too. If your budget allows, 700 seems to be at a good spot considering the available options, the quality of materials, build quality and practicality.

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Anonymous

My very first ebike and enjoying it so far (200 miles). Electric motor is certainly louder than other ebikes and some gears are more comfortable than others but overall, good bike for the money. Very sturdy and Very heavy. It flies by others on the road as going up to 30mph while on pedal assist is a no issue. Battery range is quite good too. I cycled 37miles with the lights on at 95% and ended with 40% end of the ride. No range anxiety here. Hydro brakes are pretty good and will stop you when applied. About 1-1,5sec delay in pedal assist for the motor to kick in, but hand throttle will help for the kickstart when needed. Was deciding between Aventon Level and Ride1Up 700 and pretty happy with my decision, given the extras that come with Ride1Up as an advantage. If you take your time while putting it together, you will have no issues. Hopefully support service will be good when and if needed too. If your budget allows, 700 seems to be at a good spot considering the available options, the quality of materials, build quality and practicality.

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Anonymous

My very first ebike and enjoying it so far (200 miles). Electric motor is certainly louder than other ebikes and some gears are more comfortable than others but overall, good bike for the money. Very sturdy and Very heavy. It flies by others on the road as going up to 30mph while on pedal assist is a no issue. Battery range is quite good too. I cycled 37miles with the lights on at 95% and ended with 40% end of the ride. No range anxiety here. Hydro brakes are pretty good and will stop you when applied. About 1-1,5sec delay in pedal assist for the motor to kick in, but hand throttle will help for the kickstart when needed. Was deciding between Aventon Level and Ride1Up 700 and pretty happy with my decision, given the extras that come with Ride1Up as an advantage. If you take your time while putting it together, you will have no issues. Hopefully support service will be good when and if needed too. If your budget allows, 700 seems to be at a good spot considering the available options, the quality of materials, build quality and practicality.

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Scott

Very impressive packaging and quality of components. Assembly was fairly easy with the help of available videos. The controller can be finely tuned to the rider's preference (PAS % power). The motor power is impressive. The slow start option on the throttle helps to avoid surprise surges when moving the bike, as there is no option to shut it off. Things to improve: 1. Written assembly instructions are not accurate (bolt sizes and torque settings). 2. My controller cannot be changed to a % battery power in the display. Customer support could not resolve it. 3. The front brake hydraulic line is too short to allow a stem extension to raise the handlebars, or to put on a higher rise bar. 4. The electric cables need disconnect plugs for easy replacement of handlebar mounted components (as per competitors) 5. A throttle disable option would be nice. 6. Walking mode is way too fast.

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John Ricketson

Absolutely fantastic from the time I placed the order to the time I received the bike --- I did have it assembled at my mike shop and it was a good choice - I enjoy every minute of it . Nice touch to include a few tools and a warm woolly hat -- better photos on a warmer day

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KEVIN J.

I haven't had a chance to ride it more than a few times however I loved riding it during these trips out. Assembly was straight forward and accomplished easily with two people. I highly recommend this purchase to friends and look forward to warmer weather to ride it more often.

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Douglas J Hirsch

I look forward to riding my Ride1Up 700XR every day. I have logged over 320 miles in last three weeks, mostly commuting to work and back. The 8-gear transmission works well for my terrain. Shifting is precise. Hydraulic braking is excellent. The front shocks make for a surprisingly solid, smooth ride. The integrated headlight and taillight are a great safety feature, and since the lights draw power from the main battery, I turn them on every time to increase my visibility. The 14ah battery has never depleted fully. My longest ride was 36 miles, through hills, trails, and streets, with 20% remaining at the end. Customer support via email is prompt and excellent. After assembly, my front brake felt a little spongy, so I bought a hydraulic bleed kit and repaired it. R1U covered all the costs. I cannot say enough good things about my experience with the bike, or the company. If you are considering a commuter bike, the 700 series from Ride1Up is a great choice.

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cindy madill

I don't think there is another ebike that compares for the value. Hydraulic brakes are incredible. Very balanced bike with perfect seat position. I purchased for my father and he turned around and bought one for his girlfriend. I have had 2 more friends purchase on my recommendation and they are super pleased. If I could offer one bit of advice....the assembly is just a bit much. Prefer open the box and go. But overall quality bike.

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Bob Marciano

OMG once you ride one of these you will never go back to a regular bike. I love that i can now ride 40 mile s in 2-3 hours and not 5-6 like my regular Bike. I have over 800 miles logged and no issues. I normally use assist level 2 once and while hit the throttle for some hills but have been able to average 40 miles on 75-80% usage. Note Usage meter is not linear at all but you get used to it. I go 18 miles and it still reads 100% and i know that is wrong. Plan on purchasing a 2nd so i can get the wife out with me.

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Wu Wei Huang

The bike works pretty good. Only issue I have is the gear between 6,5,4. It skips them up and down. Other gears looked fine. That's why it's a 4 stars!

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Image #11 from Gary

Gary

Great color display. Easy setup and a Very powerful bike.

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James Meade

I did a lot of homework on E-bikes; in my comparisons, I kept coming back to Ride1Up for the value and quality. When they arrived, I couldn't get over how well they were packed and protected. Well done! We are so pleased with our 'his and her' bikes, and despite her initial fear, my wife has really taken to it. We still get our cardio, but when we need the boost, we love the power and range our 700 series gives us. We take them everywhere, including our camping trips. Awesome product!

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James Meade

I did a lot of homework on E-bikes; in my comparisons, I kept coming back to Ride1Up for the value and quality. When they arrived, I couldn't get over how well they were packed and protected. Well done! We are so pleased with our 'his and her' bikes, and despite her initial fear, my wife has really taken to it. We still get our cardio, but when we need the boost, we love the power and range our 700 series gives us. We take them everywhere, including our camping trips. Awesome product!

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Image #14 from James Meade

James Meade

I did a lot of homework on E-bikes; in my comparisons, I kept coming back to Ride1Up for the value and quality. When they arrived, I couldn't get over how well they were packed and protected. Well done! We are so pleased with our 'his and her' bikes, and despite her initial fear, my wife has really taken to it. We still get our cardio, but when we need the boost, we love the power and range our 700 series gives us. We take them everywhere, including our camping trips. Awesome product!

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Mark

Love to ride this bike! My next goal is to buy one for my wife. Assembly was tricky but doable! Thank you for a great product.

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kathleen

Love, love, love my bike! My husband and I have been out biking frequently and as much as possible. My Ride 1 Up is not only good looking but gives such a powerful and smooth ride. So happy we have them and chose Ride 1 Up over all the other e bikes we researched!

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Anonymous

Everything promised and more, have already put 160 miles on it in 3 weeks. Love it, couldn’t be happier, except if I had pulled the trigger months ago.

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Image #18 from Molly Butterworth

Molly Butterworth

I am absolutely tickled by Ramsay, my beloved 700. He has expanded horizons ranging from distance to hills to grocery getting, and he allowed my tow vehicle to rest while on a recent vacation with my travel trailer. He has even bested friends’ e-bikes that cost $1000-$2000 more. Kudos.

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Keeva

Love this bike!

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Image #20 from Shelby

Shelby

Amazing bike had a few minor problems with the front sprocket being bent causing the chain to slip in higher gears and the tire spokes needed to be adjusted. My bike also came with some minor scratches on the frame and a couple dents/scratches on the fenders. The battery life pretty decent if you don't just use the motor all the time. I think I may have preferred the step through a little more because i could fit larger water bottles to the frame as the too bar limits the size to small ones. Get a suspension seatpost your butt will thank you.

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Andrew Slade

My wife and I both purchased the 700 series a couple of months ago. Assembly was reasonably easy but I ran into a snag with each bike that added a good 20 minutes to the process for each. On one, the conical spacer was stuck onto the the front fork post and required brute force (hammer and chisel, essentially) to knock it loose. On the other, getting the front fender aligned and a spaced properly took way too long. It seems that over time some of the hardware and parts have changed from when the instructions and instructional video were created, so some of the screws referenced don't match up exactly. However, what was provided certainly did the trick. I had both bikes checked out by a professional bike technician who gave them both a thumbs-up. I have to say, these bikes can take a beating. One of them was not properly secured on our hitch mount bike carrier and actually fell back off the carrier while moving at 65 mph. Fortunately, the wheel straps kept the back attached but it landed directly onto the end of the handlebar, which dragged along for 50 feet or so before I could get off the highway. Besides the end of the handlebar, grip and brake lever getting damaged, nothing else occurred and the bike remained rideable. My one complaint, however, it is that Ride1Up does not sell replacement parts directly. This is why I give them 4 stars instead of 5. When I inquired about parts I was told that I needed to purchase after-market replacements. And, while they provided a few Amazon links to get me started, I could not find the exact matching handlebar or grips. The link for the brake lever assembly was not for the one on the bike. Tektro, the brake manufacturer, does not sell direct to the public and it may be that model number is no longer available through them. I did find it through a Chinese distributor but can only purchase the entire two brake set including the calipers and cables, none of which I need. We have put about 175 miles on the bikes so far and really do enjoy the ride. The 750W motor has plenty of power. The batteries are giving use between 40 and 50 miles per charge, and we are usually using low to mid level PAS settings. We did change out the saddles to some Cloud 9 seats, although the original saddles are probably fine for younger, better padded butts. We have already recommended this bike to friends and strangers who have inquired.

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Andrew Slade

My wife and I both purchased the 700 series a couple of months ago. Assembly was reasonably easy but I ran into a snag with each bike that added a good 20 minutes to the process for each. On one, the conical spacer was stuck onto the the front fork post and required brute force (hammer and chisel, essentially) to knock it loose. On the other, getting the front fender aligned and a spaced properly took way too long. It seems that over time some of the hardware and parts have changed from when the instructions and instructional video were created, so some of the screws referenced don't match up exactly. However, what was provided certainly did the trick. I had both bikes checked out by a professional bike technician who gave them both a thumbs-up. I have to say, these bikes can take a beating. One of them was not properly secured on our hitch mount bike carrier and actually fell back off the carrier while moving at 65 mph. Fortunately, the wheel straps kept the back attached but it landed directly onto the end of the handlebar, which dragged along for 50 feet or so before I could get off the highway. Besides the end of the handlebar, grip and brake lever getting damaged, nothing else occurred and the bike remained rideable. My one complaint, however, it is that Ride1Up does not sell replacement parts directly. This is why I give them 4 stars instead of 5. When I inquired about parts I was told that I needed to purchase after-market replacements. And, while they provided a few Amazon links to get me started, I could not find the exact matching handlebar or grips. The link for the brake lever assembly was not for the one on the bike. Tektro, the brake manufacturer, does not sell direct to the public and it may be that model number is no longer available through them. I did find it through a Chinese distributor but can only purchase the entire two brake set including the calipers and cables, none of which I need. We have put about 175 miles on the bikes so far and really do enjoy the ride. The 750W motor has plenty of power. The batteries are giving use between 40 and 50 miles per charge, and we are usually using low to mid level PAS settings. We did change out the saddles to some Cloud 9 seats, although the original saddles are probably fine for younger, better padded butts. We have already recommended this bike to friends and strangers who have inquired.

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Anonymous

So far so GOODDDD! Fast ..good range for leisure rides on paved roads with some having a slight inclines. 18 miles on one ride with battery @ 100% on PAS 4.

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Mark M.

Great Bike, would highly recommend. Its on the heavy side so if lifting it for a car bike rack is going to be a problem, go with a 500 series or roadster.

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john

I've posted two reviews on the website, both very preliminary because of just having 1) recieved the bike and put it together, and 2) another at about 100 miles. Both reviews I rated at 4 Stars because of that: simply not enough interface with the product at that time. I wrote that I would be back for a more comprehensive review at 500 miles, but I think it isn't necessary to wait that long. There is enough to say at this point that the 700XR is a solid, no-nonsense commuter machine that gets the job done, and then some. I say this especially after having gone to my LBS and looked at what they offer at substantially higher prices. I can buy a decent used pickup truck for what many E-bikes are going for. At twice the price, I fail to see where I get twice the value - or even 25% more performance and range. The hub motor seems to ge me up thjat long, steep hill three days in a row before I have to recharge, buty that;s still in the ball park of 24 miles, hauling the bik, plus me at 235lbs, and another 17lbs of gear and a cooler for lunch. It make no extraneous noises and never gets warm. All I have had to do was adjust three spokes on the rear wheel that got a little loose Ans so, I have upgraded my rating to 5 Stars - earlier than I had planned, but unless a wheel breaks, or the COntrol Unit goes t.u., and I have to wait a month ot get another one, I don't see many problems ahead. Anyone in the Greater Seattle area that would like to try this bike can probably reach me on my YouTube channel. Just type in OutnBacker/canoe sailing/canoe trimaran sailing, or something like that. Drop me a line and I'll getback to you and get you set up.

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john

I've posted two reviews on the website, both very preliminary because of just having 1) recieved the bike and put it together, and 2) another at about 100 miles. Both reviews I rated at 4 Stars because of that: simply not enough interface with the product at that time. I wrote that I would be back for a more comprehensive review at 500 miles, but I think it isn't necessary to wait that long. There is enough to say at this point that the 700XR is a solid, no-nonsense commuter machine that gets the job done, and then some. I say this especially after having gone to my LBS and looked at what they offer at substantially higher prices. I can buy a decent used pickup truck for what many E-bikes are going for. At twice the price, I fail to see where I get twice the value - or even 25% more performance and range. The hub motor seems to ge me up thjat long, steep hill three days in a row before I have to recharge, buty that;s still in the ball park of 24 miles, hauling the bik, plus me at 235lbs, and another 17lbs of gear and a cooler for lunch. It make no extraneous noises and never gets warm. All I have had to do was adjust three spokes on the rear wheel that got a little loose Ans so, I have upgraded my rating to 5 Stars - earlier than I had planned, but unless a wheel breaks, or the COntrol Unit goes t.u., and I have to wait a month ot get another one, I don't see many problems ahead. Anyone in the Greater Seattle area that would like to try this bike can probably reach me on my YouTube channel. Just type in OutnBacker/canoe sailing/canoe trimaran sailing, or something like that. Drop me a line and I'll getback to you and get you set up.

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john

I've posted two reviews on the website, both very preliminary because of just having 1) recieved the bike and put it together, and 2) another at about 100 miles. Both reviews I rated at 4 Stars because of that: simply not enough interface with the product at that time. I wrote that I would be back for a more comprehensive review at 500 miles, but I think it isn't necessary to wait that long. There is enough to say at this point that the 700XR is a solid, no-nonsense commuter machine that gets the job done, and then some. I say this especially after having gone to my LBS and looked at what they offer at substantially higher prices. I can buy a decent used pickup truck for what many E-bikes are going for. At twice the price, I fail to see where I get twice the value - or even 25% more performance and range. The hub motor seems to ge me up thjat long, steep hill three days in a row before I have to recharge, buty that;s still in the ball park of 24 miles, hauling the bik, plus me at 235lbs, and another 17lbs of gear and a cooler for lunch. It make no extraneous noises and never gets warm. All I have had to do was adjust three spokes on the rear wheel that got a little loose Ans so, I have upgraded my rating to 5 Stars - earlier than I had planned, but unless a wheel breaks, or the COntrol Unit goes t.u., and I have to wait a month ot get another one, I don't see many problems ahead. Anyone in the Greater Seattle area that would like to try this bike can probably reach me on my YouTube channel. Just type in OutnBacker/canoe sailing/canoe trimaran sailing, or something like that. Drop me a line and I'll getback to you and get you set up.

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Dale Box

I have my passion back for riding. I use too ride 20 to 25 miles after getting off duty. FD. For many years. Now I have been retired for 4 years. I have not rode a bike for 6 to 7 years. I am back and loving it. 250 miles so far after 2 months. 700ST. So far its been a great bike

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Dale Box

I have my passion back for riding. I use too ride 20 to 25 miles after getting off duty. FD. For many years. Now I have been retired for 4 years. I have not rode a bike for 6 to 7 years. I am back and loving it. 250 miles so far after 2 months. 700ST. So far its been a great bike

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Dale Box

I have my passion back for riding. I use too ride 20 to 25 miles after getting off duty. FD. For many years. Now I have been retired for 4 years. I have not rode a bike for 6 to 7 years. I am back and loving it. 250 miles so far after 2 months. 700ST. So far its been a great bike

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Rob R.

Great quality e-bike and excellent value! I only removed a star because the motor is advertised as 750 watt but that is max power with 500 watts sustained. Other motors in the market are 750 with a higher max output. But, given all of the features including fenders, lights and hydraulic brakes, i still highly recommend the 700 series!

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john marshall

So, after 70 miles, here's an updated form the first initial impression below. As I guessed, with my 235 lbs, and very hilly commute, I get 23 miles before I re-charge at about 15%. if I get to 12%, the battery no longer provides any assist. Ask me how I know. I'm going to assume a far better range if my commute were flat or even half-flat. I'm satisfied with the battery so far. I already covered the generaly good components and hardware so nothing new there. I will say however, that I was surprised to notice that the wiring harness that xcomes from the Control Module is open to the weather and grimey spray from the road. Kinda scratchin' my head over that point. The bike is rated as water resistant to a degeree - not waterproof. I know that, but gosh - this is the heart of the electrical system, which, presumably, would be the most difficult component to replce. So, I McGuyvered it by cutting a plastic port cover to fit, and sealed it with silicone. See pics. Very impressed with the road control, due to the weight. I ride hard, and take my turns fast, and the Schwalbe's really hold the front tire tothe road. No skitter or feeling of losing the slot. Much like my motorcycle. Frame is super stiff and there is not a hint of steering wobble. My return commute has a nice 1.8 mile downhill on which I can hit 34mph, so I softened the shocks a little and it handles the vibrations better. This weekend I went over it with all the allen wrenches and re-torqued everything. Tires still have the 80PSI I put in when new. I have to adjust three or four rear spokes a bit, since the hard cornering has showed normal loosenings. Lights are adeuqate but I added white side flickers for the forks and two for the rear to augment the solid tail light. Flickers get attention. I also striped it with white DOT tape and added patches on the rims to show circular movement. It's starting to get dark when I ride home and it helps with this stealth bike. So, I'll be back at 500 miles. Cheers.

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john marshall

So, after 70 miles, here's an updated form the first initial impression below. As I guessed, with my 235 lbs, and very hilly commute, I get 23 miles before I re-charge at about 15%. if I get to 12%, the battery no longer provides any assist. Ask me how I know. I'm going to assume a far better range if my commute were flat or even half-flat. I'm satisfied with the battery so far. I already covered the generaly good components and hardware so nothing new there. I will say however, that I was surprised to notice that the wiring harness that xcomes from the Control Module is open to the weather and grimey spray from the road. Kinda scratchin' my head over that point. The bike is rated as water resistant to a degeree - not waterproof. I know that, but gosh - this is the heart of the electrical system, which, presumably, would be the most difficult component to replce. So, I McGuyvered it by cutting a plastic port cover to fit, and sealed it with silicone. See pics. Very impressed with the road control, due to the weight. I ride hard, and take my turns fast, and the Schwalbe's really hold the front tire tothe road. No skitter or feeling of losing the slot. Much like my motorcycle. Frame is super stiff and there is not a hint of steering wobble. My return commute has a nice 1.8 mile downhill on which I can hit 34mph, so I softened the shocks a little and it handles the vibrations better. This weekend I went over it with all the allen wrenches and re-torqued everything. Tires still have the 80PSI I put in when new. I have to adjust three or four rear spokes a bit, since the hard cornering has showed normal loosenings. Lights are adeuqate but I added white side flickers for the forks and two for the rear to augment the solid tail light. Flickers get attention. I also striped it with white DOT tape and added patches on the rims to show circular movement. It's starting to get dark when I ride home and it helps with this stealth bike. So, I'll be back at 500 miles. Cheers.

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john marshall

So, after 70 miles, here's an updated form the first initial impression below. As I guessed, with my 235 lbs, and very hilly commute, I get 23 miles before I re-charge at about 15%. if I get to 12%, the battery no longer provides any assist. Ask me how I know. I'm going to assume a far better range if my commute were flat or even half-flat. I'm satisfied with the battery so far. I already covered the generaly good components and hardware so nothing new there. I will say however, that I was surprised to notice that the wiring harness that xcomes from the Control Module is open to the weather and grimey spray from the road. Kinda scratchin' my head over that point. The bike is rated as water resistant to a degeree - not waterproof. I know that, but gosh - this is the heart of the electrical system, which, presumably, would be the most difficult component to replce. So, I McGuyvered it by cutting a plastic port cover to fit, and sealed it with silicone. See pics. Very impressed with the road control, due to the weight. I ride hard, and take my turns fast, and the Schwalbe's really hold the front tire tothe road. No skitter or feeling of losing the slot. Much like my motorcycle. Frame is super stiff and there is not a hint of steering wobble. My return commute has a nice 1.8 mile downhill on which I can hit 34mph, so I softened the shocks a little and it handles the vibrations better. This weekend I went over it with all the allen wrenches and re-torqued everything. Tires still have the 80PSI I put in when new. I have to adjust three or four rear spokes a bit, since the hard cornering has showed normal loosenings. Lights are adeuqate but I added white side flickers for the forks and two for the rear to augment the solid tail light. Flickers get attention. I also striped it with white DOT tape and added patches on the rims to show circular movement. It's starting to get dark when I ride home and it helps with this stealth bike. So, I'll be back at 500 miles. Cheers.

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Jeff f.

Ordering was easy. Shipping was fast. Packaging exceeded my expectations. Assembly was a challenge and I am a DIY guy. The video referenced was not as detailed as I would like and the handlebar stem compression ring and pedals did not seat easily ultimately leading to multiple emails to Ride1Up. All of them responded to within a day or two and provided the information I needed. Unfortunately, I couldn't wait to hear back about the pedals and forced them ultimately requiring me to buy a new crank. Replacement crank was only $44 and seemed to seat the pedals much easier. I ended up having it tuned up and checked over at a local bike shop for about $35. Money well spent in my opinion. I ride to and from work most days and try to get a 50-60 mile ride in on the weekends. I absolutely LOVE this bike and how it has allowed me to get back into biking. I test rode several different brands (Aventon, Juiced, Magnum) and this is the best riding for what you get and what you pay. All components are good quality, motor is smooth and quiet (as motors go) and I love the integrated lights and pannier bag (add on). I am thinking about getting another for my wife!

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Molly Butterworth

Only one day after receiving my 700 series XR, I can’t even begin to tell you how tickled I am with it. The care with which the components were chosen, the frame built, and the bike partially assembled and very cautiously packed and shipped spoke volumes the moment I opened the box. Assembling it proved very straightforward, especially with the assistance of the video. Putting its first miles on it today was an absolute joy, and it handled everything I throughout it with verve and skill, including steep gravel and paved hills. A friend who spent $1000 more on his Trek was blown away and a little disappointed by how much nicer the 700 was - and faster, too. ;). I still have and love my conventional mountain and road bikes, but this brings a whole new dimension to loving and enjoying bikes.

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Mark M.

I have received lots of compliments. Just got my 700ST I had it dropped shipped to a local bike shop for assembly. Glad to see it arrived with advertised components, unlike the bike I cancelled with Aventon. I really like the pedal assist customization and the ability to use the throttle only when starting up a steep hill. I decided to remove the front fender for personal preference. Very nice bike for the price even after the increase.

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Tom D.

Gotta say I’m impressed. Just about 1,000 miles on my new 700 bike and so far I really like the bike. Handling is great and the ride is very comfortable. Plenty of power even as the battery drains through my daily 25+ mile rides. I’d love to see Ride1Up offer a mid motor belt drive with a throttle. If they did I’d buy one today and use the 700 as my spare bike. Great service support and very timely responses. I believe you can’t find a better bike for the money.

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Paul

Delivered on time, packed well with no damage. Assembly took a full morning. Needed to refer to both written and video instructions. Fenders fit kinda close to the tires and screw lengths didn't match up exactly to the instructions, but I was able to work it out without too much effort. The end result was almost perfect other than the tires being a bit out of true. It was close enough and everything worked well so I didn't take it to a bike shop. I have put about a hundred miles on it. Works and performs as advertised. Very happy. Makes me smile whenever I use it. There is a bit of a learning curve to using an ebike. So be careful, go slow near pedestrians, wear a helmet and have fun. P.S. Buy a good lock

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Paul

Delivered on time, packed well with no damage. Assembly took a full morning. Needed to refer to both written and video instructions. Fenders fit kinda close to the tires and screw lengths didn't match up exactly to the instructions, but I was able to work it out without too much effort. The end result was almost perfect other than the tires being a bit out of true. It was close enough and everything worked well so I didn't take it to a bike shop. I have put about a hundred miles on it. Works and performs as advertised. Very happy. Makes me smile whenever I use it. There is a bit of a learning curve to using an ebike. So be careful, go slow near pedestrians, wear a helmet and have fun. P.S. Buy a good lock

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john marshall

This is lengthy, but written for those who are shopping and not sure yet. Received my 700XR yesterday and put it together in the apparently nominal 2 hours, including un-boxing, etc. I give 4 stars right now because I have no idea what it will be like at 50 miles, let alone 500, or even 5,000. I bough it for a 7 mile round trip commute, and occasional short trips to the store. That commute has a 1.7 mile long climb of 250ft - which is a lunger for a pedal bike, unless you are in great shape, 160lbs, and 25.5 years of age. I am none of that. But, I am an experienced former cyclist. So, my 4 stars is based on the mechanics, the ease of assembly, the bikey parts, and general impressions. Let's go: Out of the box, it is typical. For a beginner, it might be daunting, but just go slow. It'll come together if you have any idea of how to put a round part into a round hole. The booklet that comes with it should be edited for better clarity, but I got past that because I have a bit of experience with this sort of thing. Others have said that the threads need chasing with a tap. I found four holes that required that treatment, but I have taps so no big deal. If you don't have taps, there is a possibility of galling or stripping threads in the hole if you try to force the bolt. The headlight does not fit the fender mount in any secure way, so I added washers to take up the slack. The rear light has overly long mounting studs that require a supplied Ny-Lock nut. I suggest mounting the light BEFORE you mount the rack due to lack of space to turn a very tiny wrench. The pedals are super cheesy. As bad as I've ever seen on any Wally World bike at the Blu Light Special. I have extra old school pedals that are actually serviceable and have bearings, so I dumped the toy pedals pretty quick. Here's why: The bike is a behemoth at 62lbs. If that battery goes T-up because you didn't want to charge it, you will understand what pedaling such a beast is like - and you won't likely decide to delay re-charging again. Therefor, it is wise to have the best , most limber pedals you can find on such a tank. Why have the increased friction of pedals without bearings? Get better pedals of ANY old school MTB. The rear brakes drag a bit, and I don't have the courage to try to turn the barrel adjuster at the lever in order to loosen the cable tension. It just doesn't want to turn. What's up with that??? The cable entry at the brake seems non-adjustable. I do not want to take it to a bike shop, but I may have to. I ditched the very basic saddle for a real saddle - my trusty Brooks B-67. I recommend Brooks saddles like no other. Been at it for 40 years. Been through a ton of saddles. I could do yard art with all the failures I've accumulated. For the posture on the 700's (and 500's) a B-67 is about perfect. And it has coil springs which EASILY equal the far more complex and expensive rear suspension on most bikes. With these bikes, you're not stump-jumping, you're commuting and doing utility cycling. Coils under your arse are more than adequate. That's it for the cons. Now for the pros: Generally good and sturdy construction. I doubt the fame will ever fail and I'm 235lbs. The fork suspension is workmanklike and I expected no more. They do adjust, but they will never be supple. You need to spend a lot more for that. Still, they do help if you have carpal tunnel or arthritis in the shoulders. You can always reduce the PSI in the front tire, too. Power. There's plenty of power. How long it lasts is up to the rider, and the limits of our primitives battery technology. Today, I will ride up to my workplace as a mock run for tomorrow morning. As I said earlier, it is a long uphill run, but coming back may be the saving grace for what may be a 3-day charge cycle, if I do my part. Yesterday's 4 mile test run was pretty amazing. 32mph top speed on a slight down run, with 16 being the average over 17 minutes of riding. At #4 Pedal Assist Setting, I could keep up with arterial traffic which is 25mph here. For how long? I have no idea yet, but I'm VERY impressed with the power and acceleration. Some people say that a Mid Drive motor is so much better, but unless you absolutely don't like your Hub Drive, I see no reason to spend more to get a Mid Drive. There is a 2 second delay as you begin pedaling before the motor kicks in, but no big deal. The brakes cut off the motor until you begin pedaling again. I was happy that the rack, a massive thing, is designed so that my expensive Ortlieb bags can be used, while at the same time, my rack-top bag can also be mounted. That allows me to pack my raingear (tops, bottoms, plus spats), and still have room for a Man's lunch for work. The stock lights are very bright. I'll add side lights and reflective tape in copius amounts by this winter. Better to look like Tron than a stealth cyclist , courting death. Those guys really bother me when they pop out of nowhere in front of my semi. The tires are good quality, and I'll wear them out as is. But, I intend to go with a thinner tire in the future because of the decreased rolling resistance. Yes, it's a real factor in pedaling - and, in the life of a battery. Decrease the footprint and the rolling mass, and you increase your efficiency, both if pedaling or using power. No Ford Bronco ever gets more than 11 mpg with those 33 Super Swampers. I'll go with 1-3/4" road treads. In the meantime, I'll keep the PSI up to max for the best rolling footprint I can get. So, for $1695 plus tax, that's what I have to say----so far. if things go south in a hury, I'll be back with some words. I just hope the company is up to the task of providng customer support when they have a Chinese supply chain. People have Lots of sad stories at every level with that - whether it's a pair of shoes or tool at Harbor Fright. Hope this review helps. Good luck!

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Barbara

I love this bike! It’s more fun than I thought it would be.

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Donna B.

I received my bike and had it put together without a problem. I tried out all the features on a leisurely 10 mile ride on a local bike path last week, and really enjoyed it. (In fact, my husband, the REAL bicyclist, was so impressed he has now ordered one and we are eagerly awaiting its arrival and exploring much more of our region together). I’m a bit nervous about keeping it safe, dry, etc. more than I am about riding it- it’s SO easy to ride, and it’s very responsive.

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Don Kelley

Wow! I absolutely love this bike! Assembly was easy with the tools and information provided. Afterwards, I took it for a 10-mile test ride. The comfort and performance was FANTASTIC. I chose the 700 primarily because it has hydraulic brakes, and I live on a ridge with very steep inclines. But wait! There's more... The folks at Ride1up made many excellent improvements to the early version of the 700 that I saw in YouTube (EBR) reviews. The 700 I received has much better integrated lighting; Improved engineering of the rear fender fastener; Added better pedals; Moved the kickstand towards the rear, away from the pedals; In addition, they added a subtle chain "slap guard" to protect the frame from chipping. Collectively, these engineering improvements add up to an awesome bike! Nicely done. This 700 Series ebike EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS!!! Compliments to all on the Team at Ride1up who listened the Customer and evolved and adapted to make this excellent product. You guys certainly earned this positive feedback. I am delighted with this bike. Best regards.

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Don Kelley

Wow! I absolutely love this bike! Assembly was easy with the tools and information provided. Afterwards, I took it for a 10-mile test ride. The comfort and performance was FANTASTIC. I chose the 700 primarily because it has hydraulic brakes, and I live on a ridge with very steep inclines. But wait! There's more... The folks at Ride1up made many excellent improvements to the early version of the 700 that I saw in YouTube (EBR) reviews. The 700 I received has much better integrated lighting; Improved engineering of the rear fender fastener; Added better pedals; Moved the kickstand towards the rear, away from the pedals; In addition, they added a subtle chain "slap guard" to protect the frame from chipping. Collectively, these engineering improvements add up to an awesome bike! Nicely done. This 700 Series ebike EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS!!! Compliments to all on the Team at Ride1up who listened the Customer and evolved and adapted to make this excellent product. You guys certainly earned this positive feedback. I am delighted with this bike. Best regards.

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Don Kelley

Wow! I absolutely love this bike! Assembly was easy with the tools and information provided. Afterwards, I took it for a 10-mile test ride. The comfort and performance was FANTASTIC. I chose the 700 primarily because it has hydraulic brakes, and I live on a ridge with very steep inclines. But wait! There's more... The folks at Ride1up made many excellent improvements to the early version of the 700 that I saw in YouTube (EBR) reviews. The 700 I received has much better integrated lighting; Improved engineering of the rear fender fastener; Added better pedals; Moved the kickstand towards the rear, away from the pedals; In addition, they added a subtle chain "slap guard" to protect the frame from chipping. Collectively, these engineering improvements add up to an awesome bike! Nicely done. This 700 Series ebike EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS!!! Compliments to all on the Team at Ride1up who listened the Customer and evolved and adapted to make this excellent product. You guys certainly earned this positive feedback. I am delighted with this bike. Best regards.

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Ron O'Shea

Love this bike!

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Bob Marciano

OMG Bought this to get my wife back on bike an I love it ! Still working on some power adjustments. got 34 miles with about 15 % battery left. I think i can do better, brought assist 2 up a little and 3 down a little. It is almost hard to keep it under 15 MPH !! Assembly was under 1 hour but i Have worked on my own bikes for 45 yrs so no real issues. I purchased a rack for $ 167 form Northern tool ! holds 2 bikes rated @200lbs what a great deal!. I use my Goldwing 1800 Trike to get to the local trails

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Ira L.

Super bike. Great on hills and flats. Excellent value.

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David P.

I researched e bikes for four months before I bought my 700ST. In fact, I surely spent >way< too much time doing so, you can ask my wife about that. I wanted a nice experience out of the box, without spending more than $2000. I just retired and wanted something fun that would get me some more exercise than sitting around watching Netflix. I also wanted a bike that was fast - as well as having enough torque to get up hills. Finally narrowed my search down to Ride1Up and Aventon, but Ride1Up ultimately came out first in the bang-for-your-buck category. I love my 700ST, and it puts a grin on my face every time I ride it.

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Sean Lacelle

Wow I love my 700 series ebike more every time I use it. I live in Canada and we have a lot of hills but with the pedal assist I can climb just about every hill in our city. I enjoy riding my bike to work more and I get to save on gas from not using my vehicle. I literally have nothing negative to say about this bike whatsoever and if you're looking for a ebike this would be the one to buy. 👍👍

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Raymond P.

I love the 700ST. It's solid and I feel safe. The build is noteworthy and quality. Assembly was easy. I was disappointed that the front wheel was extremely out of true and fortunately I had a bike rack on my car to take it to the local shop to fix. The good news is Ride1Up reimbursed me for that inconvenience. I do wish the motor was a bit quieter and the vibration at certain PAS levels and speed didn't shake up the seat. But that's intermittent and not enough to dissuade me from recommending this great bike.

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michael p.

My 700 series has been a great bike so far. Try to stick to lower assist most of the time. Battery lasts forever. Not sure the percentage indicated for battery life is accurate. Stays at 100% a long time. Very easy to modulate the assist level to the conditions. Doubt the much more expensive bikes I shopped could do much better

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michael p.

My 700 series has been a great bike so far. Try to stick to lower assist most of the time. Battery lasts forever. Not sure the percentage indicated for battery life is accurate. Stays at 100% a long time. Very easy to modulate the assist level to the conditions. Doubt the much more expensive bikes I shopped could do much better

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Marty K

Very happy with the purchase of my 700 Series. This has been the best thing I have bought in many years. I told my wife, it takes the suck [hills & headwinds] out of riding a bike. I now look forward to exercising; if you can call it that. Had been thinking about getting an ebike for over two years, since I first stumbled across their existence. Looked into many brands and then saw the 700 Series review done by Bolton Ebikes. A little more research into Ride 1 Up and I was finally sold. They seemed to have the best overall value for the price. I am very pleased with the bike's fit, finish, quality and performance. 34 miles on first charge with heavy use of assist. 43 miles on second charge with assist limited to 100w & 215w [80% of time/flat terrain]. I love this Bike. Don't hesitate to get an ebike like I did. You will love it, guaranteed!

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Korinne

Best gift to ourselves, ever! We have been having a blast with these bikes. Really well made and not too hard to put together. Finally something we can do and enjoy together. My husband enjoys the exercise and occasional use of pedal assist. I have a medical condition, but I can completely keep up with him using the throttle! I highly recommend this bike!

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Raymond S.

Excellent 👍👍👍

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Raymond S.

Excellent 👍👍👍

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STEVEN

I have always loved to ride and now my 700xr is allowing me to continue my love of riding. Once you get the hang of operating, it is an awesome experience. My 700 seems well built for the price range, it is easy to handle for me and comfortable. I do carry a lot of gear, have a cargo trailer, and weigh 220lbs. Fully loaded I have no problem riding 25-35 miles. With a light load I've done 64 miles. My 700 is approaching 700 miles with 9 months left on the warranty. I think it is a great value.

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Basil B.

Absolutely love my 700! It has brought back my joy of biking again!

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Herb C.

Great bike. I’ve commuted 350 miles in the last 2-1/2 weeks on it. Solid performance for what I’m looking for it to do. A co-worker ordered a 500 series after riding mine for trail riding with his grand daughter. I travel 15 miles each direction in PAS setting 3. 600ft elevation gain. Battery left uphill is 38%, down hill 48%. I tried a “turbo” ride in PAS 5 uphill. There was 14% battery life left. Very happy with this ride for spring commuting leaving just before sunrise.

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Anonymous

Great bike, fantastic price, fast delivery.

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Matthew C.

Amazing bike. I like the style and it's fast as hell.

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Jonathan D

My 700XR has been the most fun I've had with my clothes on in a loooong time! And don't be fooled by claims of an ebike being a cheat when it comes to exercise, either. I've ridden much farther and longer on this thanks to pedal assist than I ever did on my man-powered bike, and the post-activity burn I'm feeling in my core and legs doesn't lie. Sure, you'll get the most calorie burn from a manual bike, but when those rides are uncomfortable and you feel like you're not getting anywhere, you eventually stop. With this, I've ridden every day since I got it, at least 45 minutes and 12+ miles per ride, and I'm always looking forward to the next day when I can do it again. This thing is just awesome!

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Kurt Spingath

I bought two 700s, an ST and XR for me and my wife. They have been game changers for our riding experience. We can actually ride together without me always waiting for her to catch up. I am still surprised to find her right behind me on long rides. A 15 to 20 mile ride is no longer a difficult ride for her. They have worked perfectly for us right out of the box and assembly was challenging on the first one but a breeze on the second after the first experience. We are in our mid 60s and plan to utilize these bikes in our near retirement for years to come.

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Matt

I recently purchased a 700 XR. I did tons of research into finding the perfect, affordable, e-bike and this was the only logical decision. I wanted something that would be good to ride through the Pine Barrens where I live. I couldn't be more satisfied with this product. It's so frigging fast and the battery life is exceptional. Thank you for such an amazing bike. I can't wait to get out and explore more with it.

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Bill

Very pleased with my purchase of the XR 700 Series. I'm a larger guy pushing the upper limits of the weight restrictions of the bike, and I must say that this bike is a beast. It had no trouble getting me up to speed and I was able to get 28 mph with level 5 assist. I honestly didn't expect the bike to perform as well as it has. Having put over 30 miles on the bike since receiving it two days ago, I'm glad I made the choice to buy this bike. Also, would very much recommend the phone holder accessory they offer. It's a nice item and holds my iPhone 11 perfectly and securely. Get one, get on it, and get going! Thanks, Ride1Up!

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Wade Beltramo

I Looooove the 700 ST. Good parts. Great features. Great value. Perfect for commuting, shopping, riding for fun. Fits nice. Extremely comfortable ride. Easy to stand up and climb if I want/need to. I’m 5’7” with a 30” inseam. DOWNLOAD. THE. UPDATED. MANUAL (https://ride1up.freshdesk.com/a/solutions/articles/65000167851). The 700 ST has some nice upgraded parts that are not in the online photos/video: rear kickstand, upgraded rear fender (easier install, no flange nut needed), & adjustable stem. The manual that was shipped with the bike does not reflect these new upgraded parts. So don’t freak out. You probably aren’t missing parts. Just check the updated manual. Also, be careful with your torque settings. I strongly recommend using a torque wrench to securely fasten your parts. But the shipped manual has incorrect torque settings for the clamp bar. See the attached photo for my explanation regarding the torque settings. Other than that, no regrets. Will report commuting experience & battery life (13.3 mi one-way) after a month or so & dialing in my PAS settings.

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Wade Beltramo

I Looooove the 700 ST. Good parts. Great features. Great value. Perfect for commuting, shopping, riding for fun. Fits nice. Extremely comfortable ride. Easy to stand up and climb if I want/need to. I’m 5’7” with a 30” inseam. DOWNLOAD. THE. UPDATED. MANUAL (https://ride1up.freshdesk.com/a/solutions/articles/65000167851). The 700 ST has some nice upgraded parts that are not in the online photos/video: rear kickstand, upgraded rear fender (easier install, no flange nut needed), & adjustable stem. The manual that was shipped with the bike does not reflect these new upgraded parts. So don’t freak out. You probably aren’t missing parts. Just check the updated manual. Also, be careful with your torque settings. I strongly recommend using a torque wrench to securely fasten your parts. But the shipped manual has incorrect torque settings for the clamp bar. See the attached photo for my explanation regarding the torque settings. Other than that, no regrets. Will report commuting experience & battery life (13.3 mi one-way) after a month or so & dialing in my PAS settings.

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Paul

I spent quite a long time researching and studying not only this bike but this segment of bikes, for me it came down to the Aventon Level and the 700 Series. in the end, the Ride1up was exactly the same quality as the Aventon so it came down to features, the customizable assist levels are way more important than people think! other than that the 700 had: Color Display, Water Bottle cage bracket, Tektro Hydraulic brakes, Leather Ergo Grips, Integrated Lights, and 25% more suspension travel... oh, and the price was 100$ cheaper! if you threw a trek logo on the side of this you could sell it for twice the price and no one would question it. I am very satisfied with my choice!

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Paul

I spent quite a long time researching and studying not only this bike but this segment of bikes, for me it came down to the Aventon Level and the 700 Series. in the end, the Ride1up was exactly the same quality as the Aventon so it came down to features, the customizable assist levels are way more important than people think! other than that the 700 had: Color Display, Water Bottle cage bracket, Tektro Hydraulic brakes, Leather Ergo Grips, Integrated Lights, and 25% more suspension travel... oh, and the price was 100$ cheaper! if you threw a trek logo on the side of this you could sell it for twice the price and no one would question it. I am very satisfied with my choice!

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Paul

I spent quite a long time researching and studying not only this bike but this segment of bikes, for me it came down to the Aventon Level and the 700 Series. in the end, the Ride1up was exactly the same quality as the Aventon so it came down to features, the customizable assist levels are way more important than people think! other than that the 700 had: Color Display, Water Bottle cage bracket, Tektro Hydraulic brakes, Leather Ergo Grips, Integrated Lights, and 25% more suspension travel... oh, and the price was 100$ cheaper! if you threw a trek logo on the side of this you could sell it for twice the price and no one would question it. I am very satisfied with my choice!

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Robert Gutierrez

Very well made. Easy to assemble. Potential issue with fork fit.

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Sarah Coates

Everything looks good except for a chip in the paint. We didn't want to go through the hassle of returning for something so small. Would you please send us some touch up paint?

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Rodrigo M.

Purchased his and hers 700’s less than a month ago. Super comfortable esp with the plush saddles. Assembly was also a breeze - thanks to the detailed video by Ride1up! Throttle is very responsive and the pedal assist is super smooth. However, a slightly bigger LCD screen and a rear shock via the seat post would’ve completed this sweet bike..!! I would consider buying another Ride1up if they ever come out with a “fat tire” model..!! Thanks 1up...!!!

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Rodrigo M.

Purchased his and hers 700’s less than a month ago. Super comfortable esp with the plush saddles. Assembly was also a breeze - thanks to the detailed video by Ride1up! Throttle is very responsive and the pedal assist is super smooth. However, a slightly bigger LCD screen and a rear shock via the seat post would’ve completed this sweet bike..!! I would consider buying another Ride1up if they ever come out with a “fat tire” model..!! Thanks 1up...!!!

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Image #77 from Rodrigo M.

Rodrigo M.

Purchased his and hers 700’s less than a month ago. Super comfortable esp with the plush saddles. Assembly was also a breeze - thanks to the detailed video by Ride1up! Throttle is very responsive and the pedal assist is super smooth. However, a slightly bigger LCD screen and a rear shock via the seat post would’ve completed this sweet bike..!! I would consider buying another Ride1up if they ever come out with a “fat tire” model..!! Thanks 1up...!!!

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Image #78 from Rodrigo M.

Rodrigo M.

Purchased his and hers 700’s less than a month ago. Super comfortable esp with the plush saddles. Assembly was also a breeze - thanks to the detailed video by Ride1up! Throttle is very responsive and the pedal assist is super smooth. However, a slightly bigger LCD screen and a rear shock via the seat post would’ve completed this sweet bike..!! I would consider buying another Ride1up if they ever come out with a “fat tire” model..!! Thanks 1up...!!!

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Victor

Great bike! Most of my biking experience dates back many years as a kid, but wanted something fun and useful to help us get outside more in retirement. I use this bike for all kind of short errands. Quality construction and components that haven't let me down. I was also surprised that it is much easier to use even without power on level terrain than I expected. I did add a trunk bag that easily adapted to the back rack provided. My first electric bike so nothing I can compare to, but an all around winner for me that I hope to use many years.

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Doug Nunn

Just assembled my 700 and got my first 10 miles in after the snow melted here in Boise. I really appreciate the level 3 power and comfortable ride. I compared the 700 against the big brand and came away liking the feature level for the same money. There is definitely more work in assembly but not that difficult. I would say the instruction manual needs some help with more detail and photos to help identify which bolts go where but nothing that is a deal breaker.

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Scott Sigrist

This bike compares to other models that are $3,000 and more. I am very happy with the bike as well as the individual components. Battery/range is fantastic. Motor is powerful. Brakes, gears, etc are great! I get compliments on my bike every time I ride!

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Brent

Great bike. Tested in parking lot several times. Finally took them out for a ride on the trail. Half a mile later my wife took a fall, broken shoulder required reverse shoulder replacement. Both bikes sold three days later. I’m sure new owners are enjoying them.

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Michael P.

We have a XR & ST , We have around 150 miles on them so far. We are very satisfied with them and look forward to many more adventures. Thank u. Our bikes below.

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Chivin Sorn

We had the bikes for almost a year now and we are very happy with the style and quality

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Chivin Sorn

We had the bikes for almost a year now and we are very happy with the style and quality

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Chivin Sorn

We had the bikes for almost a year now and we are very happy with the style and quality

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Anonymous

I have over 600 miles in my bike and absolutely love it. Wish I have more time to ride it weekly 🙂

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Daniel Cullen

Solid well build E-bike. Only regret was I didn't do it sooner. I did have an issue with it 200 miles in, and the customer support was outstanding for me, it was done correctly and toughly, to my complete satisfaction. One main thing potential buyer need to understand this is not an entry level bike, this is a solid well equipped, quality parts at a slightly higher entry level price, well less than bike of the same quality. I did put the bike together myself, while not very difficult it did take some time, all the electronics were already done, and all I had to assemble was the basic bike stuff, handle bars, seat, front wheel. I did take it to my local E-bike shop for inspection of my work, hey going 30 MPH I wanted to ensure I didn't forget to tighten a bolt. The shop sells ebikes @ $3000 and higher was very impressed with it, said I got a great deal, and joked (maybe a little concerned) don't tell anybody where I got it. I did promise them they get all my mod business (saddle bags, mirrors and all the other addons) and tune-ups, I plan on riding this for long time.

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Image #89 from Jamie Szulkowski

Jamie Szulkowski

I spent several weeks shopping for an e-bike and wanted to find a sweet spot where good quality met good service and pricing. All search results landed on the 700 series. I have put 1000 miles on the bike and it is a wonderfully designed and built machine. Comfortable and well thought out components. I had a spoke go out and worked with the Ride1up team and they got me back on the road. Planning on two more bikes for the family this year and Ride1up is our choice.

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Image #90 from Jamie Szulkowski

Jamie Szulkowski

I spent several weeks shopping for an e-bike and wanted to find a sweet spot where good quality met good service and pricing. All search results landed on the 700 series. I have put 1000 miles on the bike and it is a wonderfully designed and built machine. Comfortable and well thought out components. I had a spoke go out and worked with the Ride1up team and they got me back on the road. Planning on two more bikes for the family this year and Ride1up is our choice.

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Image #91 from Jane S.

Jane S.

LUV this bike, it's fast and easy to operate. I was worries it may be a bit too heavy for me, but no - I easily lift it up to put on the car rack and up/down to a 2nd floor apartment. Not going off-road with it/not my thing and really having a blast on paved roads and bikes trail.

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Image #92 from Jane S.

Jane S.

LUV this bike, it's fast and easy to operate. I was worries it may be a bit too heavy for me, but no - I easily lift it up to put on the car rack and up/down to a 2nd floor apartment. Not going off-road with it/not my thing and really having a blast on paved roads and bikes trail.

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Image #93 from Nathan Hazelgrove

Nathan Hazelgrove

Have been a owner for about 10 months. Purchased the bike during beginning of Covid. I wanted to get some exercise, but have some steep hills around my house that made it difficult to ride. The peddle assist made it easier to navigate those hills. So far I have really enjoyed riding this bike. Some people say that I am cheating, but I only use peddle assist so you do get a lot of exercise. I love riding this bike!