eZip Trailz Electric Bicycle

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Walmart #: 000768988
eZip Trailz Electric Bicycle
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The Electric Bicycle by eZip is a fun full-featured ride with an easy-to-use electric drive system. This Electric Assist Bike can go at speeds up to 15 mph and has range of up to 10-15 miles per charge.

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

About this item

The Electric Bicycle by eZip is a fun full-featured ride with an easy-to-use electric drive system. This Electric Assist Bike can go at speeds up to 15 mph and has range of up to 10-15 miles per charge.

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

Electric Bicycle by eZip:

  • All-terrain bicycle with a mountain bike-style frame
  • PAS/TAG technology: use with motor only or with motor-assisted power
  • Rear-rack-mounted battery (24-Volt) for easy swapping
  • Battery: Rechargeable EV-rated SLA type
  • UL-listed Currie smart charger
  • Includes 10AH battery pack
  • DC Earth magnet motor (exclusive Currie electro drive) with 450W of power
  • Top speed: Up to 18 mph/29km/h (May be affected by rider weight and terrain)
  • Range: Up to 15 miles (May be affected by rider weight and terrain)
  • 7-speed geared system with Shimano rear derailleur
  • Electric Bicycle by eZip features a rear rack, ideal for carrying groceries and other goods
  • Add a second battery (sold separately) for added range
  • Crank and pedals: Alloy 44T crank set with PAS function
  • Electric Assist Bike has a double chain guard
  • Resin dual-sided pedals
  • Frame: Exclusive Currie MTB design
  • Fender and rack mounts
  • Assembly required
  • Instructions included

Specifications

Speeds: 7-Speed
Bike Type: Electric Bikes
Age Start: 13 Years
Age End: and up
Primary Color: Silver
Multi Pack Indicator: No
Model No.: EZ-TRZ-GY
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 82.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 54.0 x 12.0 x 33.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: USA or Imported
Walmart No.: 768988
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11/15/2010

Customer review by BrickNJShopper

5.0 stars 11/15/2010 by BrickNJShopper
by BrickNJShopper

I figured after two years I could offer a "long term" owners view of the eZip. I've put 265 miles on this year and probably about the same last year. Original batteries (I bought a second) are still going strong. I charge after EVERY use and during the winter charge every 30 days as recommended and it seems to pay off as I still get easily 14 miles per battery per charge. I usually pedal along with motor and find that I hardly ever shift anymore. Top sped is about 23mph by pedal/motor without breaking a sweat and I'm in my 60s! No mechanical problems (just adjustments) but I hear changing rear tire is a pain. I will find that out next season. Overall you can't beat this bike for value and if you maintain the battery it lasts at least two years.

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BrickNJShopper
Brick, NJ
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
Great value
4/30/2010

Customer review by JumpingJimminy

5.0 stars 4/30/2010 by JumpingJimminy
by JumpingJimminy

This bike is everything I expected..... I knew it was the cheapest Ebike available.....Lower line components, heavier, etc.... But none of that matters when you twist the throttle...... This thing saves your legs, bigtime! It was very easy to assemble and just works great! I already purchased a second battery to double the range. There are mods you can do to this bike to increase the top speed.... go to ecoforumz.com..... I have almost 100 miles on it and no problems so far..... I recommend this bike to anyone who wishes to get an ebike for a low price..... I love this thing!!!!

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JumpingJimminy
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Great E Bike for the money
6/19/2010

Customer review by xerox130

5.0 stars 6/19/2010 by xerox130
by xerox130

I have had this E Bike for a few days now. Lets talk about battery life had my g.p.s. on the bike 12 mph and I ways also peddling ( using the electic motor for -assisted ) on level ground for the most part and after 21 miles the battery was about 3/4 the way dead but still running about 10 mph. I dont feel you could get any better E bike for the money. My wife rode my E bike and I justed order her one. This bike is great for parks and trails if you are looking for a cheap E bike this is a good one. Order the 2nd Battery and the cost was 119.00 with free shipping . I hope this helps for some of you looking for a e bike with the 2nd battery you could ride this bike to work. I did figure out that ever time you charge the battery from it being fully discharged it will cost about 12 cent to charge it back up I think that is very good cheaper than a moped

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xerox130
Toledo ohio
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
Expensive disappointment
4/15/2010

Customer review by UnderdogFL

1.0 stars 4/15/2010 by UnderdogFL
by UnderdogFL

I bought this bike from a Walmart store. Within a month the battery would not hold a charge. (I followed the charging instructions.) Walmart does not have replacement batteries. Currie Technologies will not help you. Replacement batteries cost $129.00. Essentially I bought a heavy iron bicycle.

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UnderdogFL
FL
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:11 - 12 months
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
best deal ever for an electric bike
8/22/2010

Customer review by shykmaster

5.0 stars 8/22/2010 by shykmaster
by shykmaster

Huge box arrived on time and was an easy build. Charged the battery up and in a few hours was on the road....I was amazed at how cool this electic bike moovved...then I noticed a strange noise coming from the transmission...rode back to garage for inspection. Flipped the bike over and noticed that the chain connecting motor to drive gear was bent at one link and about to break. I called currie technologies the next day and there suggestion was to take the bike to walmart as they have excellent personnel who assemble bikes and know what they are doing (they also sent me a replacement chain with no instruction on how to install the new chain). Took the bike to walmart and their "technician" had no idea how to handle this particular situation. While I was at Walmart I picked up a chain repair/kit tool and headed back home to do the repair myself. Luckily I am good with tools and basically I had to remove the motor from the frame, remove the chain, repair the chain, reinstall the whole thing and now its perfect. I ride between 3 to 15 miles almost everyday and I love it. It would have been amazing not to have gone through this whole process with the bicycle arriving busted but I am very pleased with the overall build quality...it is a heavy bike though so keep that battery charged and forget it if you have to carry it up stairs to anywhere.

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shykmaster
New York, NY
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
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by OldBeloiter 8/14/2010
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  • A. yes thats what I do- great work out and hills are easy now!!! and we have some big ones that made me quit riding in the past before I got this bike
    by ezrider884/11/2011
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  • A. Yes, there asre two modes: TAG (Twist And Go) which makes the bike work like a scooter; and PAS (Pedal ASsist), which helps you pedal up to about 20 mph. If you just want to use it only for hills, keep it on PAS mode without using the throttle for your "I want to sweat" time. When you hit a hill, switch to PAS and go!
    by Hallofo2/5/2011
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  • A. Yes!! There is the option to use only the motor when you need it is called the TAG mode that is on your throttle.
    by SimplySweetShay1/15/2011
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  • A. It won't take you up hills very long without peddle power, but climbs hill quickly with peddle power.
    by liquidblackrazor12/18/2010
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  • A. You Betcha!
    by BrickNJShopper11/16/2010
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  • A. Yes motor only is an option, but the battery drain is MUCH faster. (but you can purchase an extra battery if needed to double the ride time)
    by nealson9/28/2010
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  • A. yes, completely up to you whether to use the motor or not.
    by shykmaster9/9/2010
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  • A. not hard at all, I'd say just a little harder going up hill but it shifts to a nice low gear for ease of peddling
    by ezrider884/11/2011
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  • A. flat surfaces just like any other steel bike. wouldn't want to have to climb to many hills on it.
    by ranger1503/27/2011
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  • A. It is fairly challenging to pedal without the motor due to the weight of the bike. However, I noticed that the first gear is set up to make getting going pretty easy. If you find yourself out of charge, prepare to sweat a bit.
    by Hallofo2/4/2011
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  • A. Well the bike does have a steel frame and the batts that come on this bike are SLAs (sealed lead acid) and each batt pack (you have the option to have 2) weights about 18 lbs. I heard that they have a new Lithium battery avail that is supposed to be ALOT lighter...
    by SimplySweetShay2/1/2011
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  • A. it has gears, so you can adjust it to your liking. 7 speed.
    by TruckLoad121/7/2011
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  • A. Not that hard on flat ground, somewhat hard uphill
    by liquidblackrazor12/18/2010
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