26" Ezip Trailz Electric Bike

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Walmart #: 000798999
$439.29

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  • The perfect bike for Fun or Transportation
  • 450 watts of power to make hills seem flat!
  • 15-22 miles per charge at speeds of 15 mph.
  • Throttle, or Pedal Assist w/throttle override
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    About this item

    Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your electric bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup.

    The Ezip Trailz Men's Electric Bike offers unprecedented fun with unrivaled value. The Ezip Trailz Electric Bike is getting more people back on the road with its easy-to-use design. This powerful Ezip Electric Bike is a sheer pleasure to ride for both recreation and transportation.

    26" Ezip Trailz Electric Bike:

    • Motor: 450W DC Brushed Earth Magnet
    • Ezip Trailz Electric Bike requires EV-rated, SLA-type, rear-rack mounted, 24V rechargeable battery (included)
    • E-bicycle requires 6-8 hours to charge battery completely
    • Charge System: UL-listed Currie Smart Charger with LED status display
    • Electric Bicycle Controller: exclusive Currie Electro-Drive TM 24V, fully-potted with power gauge function
    • Derailleur: Shimano rear
    • Grip Shift: SRAM
    • Shimano 7-speed freewheel
    • Ezip Electric Bike User Controls: power on/off switch, easy-access charger port in removable battery pack, twist throttle with PAS+TAG function and battery gauge
    • Maximum E-Bike Speed: 15 mph (rider weight, rider input and terrain contingent)
    • Range: 15-22 miles (rider weight, rider input and terrain contingent)
    • Wheels: 26" alloy rims
    • Frame: exclusive Currie hi-ten steel frame with Bottle Bosses, fender and rack mounts
    • Fork Type: suspension
    • Handlebars: mid-rise bar and stem
    • Saddle: comfort design with quick-release seat post
    • Pedals: resin, dual-sided pedals
    • Brakes: alloy linear pull with alloy brake-inhibit lever
    • Maximum Weight Capacity: 240 lbs
    • Assembly required
    • Dimensions: 54"L x 18"W x 48"H


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    Specifications

    Speeds: 7-Speed
    Bike Type: Electric Bikes
    Brake Type: Linear Pull
    Age Start: 15 Years
    Age End: and up
    Battery Type: Lead Acid (Non-Spillable)
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: EZ-TRZ-BK
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 82.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 54.0 x 18.0 x 48.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 798999
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    Customer Reviews | 148 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

    4.5 stars

    148 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Fantastic Deal at Walmart, great bike.
    8/30/2011

    Customer review by manchesterman

    5.0 stars by manchesterman

    I bought this bike to commute to work and it has exceeded my expectations. Well built, very solid construction and good battery life. The Power Assist function is excellent and like the cruise control on your car cuts off as soon as you hit the brake. Everything has been very well thought out and the only improvement would be a better padded seat as due to the weight you do feel every bump!

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    manchesterman
    San Diego, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every few days
    Best Value for low priced entry into electric bike
    11/5/2011

    Customer review by BrettO

    5.0 stars by BrettO

    Purchased 8/17/11 for $399.84 on walmart online. Haven't ridden a bike since I was 13. It is pretty heavy with the battery, but you rarely need to carry it. Was easy to assemble in an hour or so. Have had for 2 1/2 months and ridden it everyday. I weigh 290 lbs and even though this is above their recommended weight it still makes it so much easier to pedal. The shifter is easy to go up or down gears. I added a two-tone bell from Amazon to alert dog walkers of me coming, a front and back flashing light for night time from Amazon, and two LED mini flashlights mounted to the handlebars attached by zip ties. Changed the saddle too for an extra wide one for comfort from Amazon. I also cut an ice cream pail into a rear fender to prevent mud and water from flying up and hitting my back. Words great! I ride it 2 miles to and from work everyday and it's still going strong. I just plug it in after each day. Definitely pays for itself and it's fun to ride. I've had to adjust the front brakes a couple times by tightening some bolts.

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    BrettO
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day
    A very good value for an e-bike
    8/9/2011

    Customer review by Whompdad

    5.0 stars by Whompdad

    I purchased this bike as my second e-bike (my son has permanently borrowed my first one!) I really have enjoyed this particular bike - set-up was straight forward; the battery charged up and was broken in easily, and I've had good results in terms of the speed and distance. I especially like the pedal assist feature as well as the twist and go throttle. I always pedal continuously, so it is a very nice feature, and it makes a significant improvement in the battery life

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    Whompdad
    Ontario, Canada
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every day
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    Is the battery detachable for charging? I want to get my daughter this bike for college. She will be living in a dorm so we are hoping that the battery can be charged without being attached to the bike. Thanks!
    by surfsidekt
    • yes it can
      by Scootrusr
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    • Yes the battery is detachable for charging.
      by AUtigerlady
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    • Yes, it is detachable and has a handle.
      by An anonymous customer
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    • Yes the battery pack unlocks and slides right out of the rear rack...
      by mattschipcookies
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    • yes the battery comes off to charge in the house . it weighs about 20 lbs so it is pretty heavy . the bike with battery is 70 lbs
      by playbobby29
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    • yes and it is very esay.
      by usaivanmco
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    • yes the battery comes out
      by shawnfromjersey
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    • Totally removable (and heavy). It slides into a locking bracket and the electrical connections are automatic, no wires to connect. They also provide a bunch of extra battery keys in case you lose a few.
      by RiverEngineer
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    • yes, key locks battery to bike. battery has carry handle and can slide rite out
      by mikeystillkickin
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    • Yes, the batter easily slides out and can be charged outside the bike. It's a great bike...I love it!
      by MikeCat
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    by soapywater
    • My battery came almost fully charged....yes there is basic assembly req...handlebars,front wheel,pedals,seat.. great instructions and tool provided...ride safe
      by mattschipcookies
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    • Does not come fully assembled-but not hard to complete. Battery is charged by removing it from the bike with the handle and charging it inside using the plug in charger for 6-8 hours.
      by providan
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    • If you ship to the store they may assemble it for you. They did mine. You might ask a store manager before you order as they told me in an email it is up to each stores management. I rode it right out of the parking lot and felt so good passing by the bus station not having to wait for a bus.
      by arealniceguy
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    • There is alittle assembly but easy to do , the battery needs to be charged after you get it, read the owners manual just plug the charger into a 120 volt outlet and into battery plug easy to do, nice bike I really like mine.
      by STEPHENY
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    • The bike does not come assembled. It comes with two (2) crude tools for assembly but the box instructs the user to build the bike with the list of tools provided on the box. The battery is charged with a AC powered wall adapter and is very low tech, it has a green and red LED on the housing which indicate whether the item is charged. Problem is, the light indicates the battery is charged after just 15 minutes which is a false indication.
      by zman365
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    • Yes, 120 volts, household outlet
      by Pastorob
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    • You have to assemble the front tire, handle bars, seat, and L&R peddles. Adjust front brake. Battery has an adapter that plugs into your home outlet. Battery is removable. My first charge took about 8 hours.
      by Vettyvon
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    • You just have to attach the handle bars ,seat, peadals, and front wheel, about 15 minutes
      by barzerelli
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    I haven't been on a bike for 30 years. But I was thinking of getting one to help get in better shape. Can you peddle on the flat, and save the battery for the hills? And can you clime the hills, not peddeling at all? PZ
    by lonelyp
    • Please read my review. Yes you can peddle on the flat and save the batteries. the bike will work just like a regular bike with no power to it. You don't have to use the power to ride the bike, but it sure helps. LOL
      by AUtigerlady
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    • Yes to all.
      by An anonymous customer
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    • Im with you! Yes you can peddle like reg.bike, or eclectro assist or TOG twist and GO (all electric)...You'll love it! Its not a racer but solid 10mph consistantly gets you there faster than you my think..Ride safe
      by mattschipcookies
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    • you can peddle on the flat,but the best fot the hills is peddle with the engine.you can use together.
      by usaivanmco
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    • Depends on grade of hill, I have a steep hill I go up & put it in the easy pedal gear & use the motor also, I haven"t broke a sweat yet, I"m 52 & smoke 1/2 pack cig.s a day.
      by edward490
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    • Yes it works very well
      by providan
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    • yes you can.. the bike has 2 power chains.....remember,,however.. the bike weighs 67 lbs
      by dmg1951
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    • I'm 61 210 pounds, Portland is hilly, no problem for this bike. You only need to pedal if you want to save on battery usage.
      by frezv
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