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Ezip Trailz Men's Electric Bike

Walmart # 000798999

Ezip Trailz Men's Electric Bike

Walmart # 000798999
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<b>Please note:</b> If you select Site to Store delivery, your electric bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup. <br /> <br />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. <p></p>

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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.

Ezip Trailz Men's Electric Bike

Specifications

Gender
Male
Type
Linear Pull, Electric Bikes
Tire Diameter
26
Bicycle Frame Size
26" (Adult)
Contained Battery Type
Lead Acid (Non-Spillable)
Number of Speeds
7 Speed
Model
EZ-TRZ-BK
Bicycle Wheel Diameter
26\\"
Frame Material
Steel
Maximum Weight
@generated
Age Group
Adult
Is Assembly Required
Y
Condition
New
Size
26"
Manufacturer Part Number
EZ-TRZ-BK
Color
Black
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
54.00 x 18.00 x 48.00 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.4
150 reviews
5 stars
90
4 stars
40
3 stars
11
2 stars
3
1 star
6
1-10 of 150 reviews

Great, but be cautious.

I love this bicycle. However, it is not like riding a regular bicycle. It takes some time to learn how to control it properly. And it is very heavy, so be careful not to let it tilt, especially when you stop. Keep the seat low so that your feet reach the ground without having to tilt the bicycle. It goes 15 mph -- which is slow in traffic, but fast on sidewalks. If you plan to ride in the street a rear view mirror is a MUST. Make sure you DO NOT buy a convex mirror as you cannot see oncoming vehicles until they are nearly upon you. Expect to fall at least once. Wear a helmet, long pants (jeans are good), and a long sleeve shirt. Assembly is NOT a no-brainer. Take your time with it and follow the instructions carefully. If you have questions, call the company. The bicycle I have now replaces one that was stolen. Cable locks are NOT a deterrent to a thief. Get a good quality D lock (aka U lock).

Nice ride with Pedal Assist

ASSEMBLY: Went well until got to front brake centering. Had to play with this until brake worked without rubbing. Also had to play with the Quick release seat pole to get it right. RIDE : So far works as expected. Pedal Assist is great for uphill riding. Like having an automatic shift. I try to keep the manual shift at an acceptable stress level when pedaling while letting the PAS help out on the hills. Less tiring than riding previous bike with no motor. OPERATION : Simple to operate. Switch to PAS for Pedal assist or TAG for no pedaling required. MOTOR : Makes slight buzzing noise. SEVEN speed shifter: Operates with ease. BATTERY : Working so far without issues - except for charger to battery connector, which is difficult to connect and disconnect. Requires much finger strength to disconnect. Battery gets charged after completing daily 7 mile ride. HANDLING : Heavy in weight but well built and handles with ease. Seat: Not comfortable. Will be replacing with Bell memory foam seat for more comfort. Handle Bars: Too low for comfort. Have added handle bar extensions for comfort.

What a Fun Thing To Own

I'm a big guy, 280 Lbs, bike pulls me around just fine, my wife is 140 lbs, she got the girls version, only difference is her battery lasts about 10-15 min longer. Ok lets get to the review. 1. Assembly: Took about 20 min to put together, came with all the tools needed and was simple, put on the front wheel, seat, handle bars, pretty simple. A++++++++ 2. Quality: Woot, what a nicely build bike, the bike is extremely well built, I am 55 years old and have owned a lot of bikes, I have never had one built this well. A+++++++ 3. Bike Weight: Its well built, so sure it weighs a little more, with out the battery in, it weighs a little more then my Huffy. A++++++++ 4. Battery: Last me about 10 - 12 miles, but I don't petal to much and rely on heavy battery use, I guess if I petal more it would last longer. It is far more then I expected. A++++++ Overall, this is just a fun thing to have, me and my wife are riding all over and having a great time. I needed to do something that would help me loose some weight, and this is helping lots, cause you do petal some, but when your tired just give it the gas. When you remove the battery, the bike goes on the bike rack just fine, also the battery locking device works really well, so if you park the bike and go shopping or have lunch, you don't have to worry about someone grabbing your battery. I'm glad I forked out the bucks to buy them, they are so much fun.

Great bike for traveling around town.

I have been thinking for awhile about replacing my mountain bike with an electric and this bike was the right choice. It was easy to set up and while it doesn't have the same range of gearing as my 18 speed mountain bike it is great for getting around town which is what I use my bicycle for anyway. With the power assist it more than makes up for the smaller range of gearing. I had it put together and ready for the battery pack in about an hour using only the allen wrench and open end wrench provided. I have to admit that previous experience with manufacturers specifications of the abilities of their products had me thinking that the top speed under power was probably optimistic but after charging the battery one of the first things I did on my first ride was to check the speed and was pleasantly surprised to find that it does indeed achieve the 15 mph that is advertised. Overall I am very pleased with my new bike.

The best electric bike for the money

You have to remember that this is the lowest priced electric bike you can buy. But what do you get for your money? 1. Solid bike. This bike is built like a tank. Steel frame, somewhat heavy, but everything on it is extremely solid and heavy duty. 2. 450 watt motor. Not bad for an entry level electric bike. Many other bikes costing $2K+ only have 250 watt motors. 3. It took me awhile to put it together. Plan on at least an hour to get it together and adjusted for you. 4. The battery lasts as long as others have said. I charged up my battery and rode it around for 5 days before having to charge it again. 5. I can cruise at 15mph with it no problem (on level roads). 6. The motor is a little loud but, again, for $450.00 that ain't so bad. 7. For a low cost entry electric bike, you can't beat this bike or find a better value.

Total satisfaction thus far

Before the purchase I read all the reviews numerous times and still was somewhat skeptical. Not any more! If the battery life performs as stated this is the best purchase I have made in recent memory. Had minor problem with front brake and getting derailer to hit all the gears but once that was cleared up and began to ride there was nothing but one big smile on my face. The bike is heavy as stated-assembly was minimal as there was little to assemble-and the end result is absolute total satisfactiion. Not just 5 but 10 stars from me.

Battery looks used & in fact,dis-lodges durng ride

I am disappointed with overall battery supplied and connection hook-up. The battery appeared to be used (pre-owned) and when inserted and locked it will continue to disconnect causing power to cut off during normal use. May consider contacting retailer for return/exchange.

Good entry level electric bicycle.

I wanted a basic commuter bike with an electric option. This bike definitely fits that requirement. However, this bike is really heavy for a bicycle with its steel frame and lead battery. It takes a little getting used to and may seem unstable at first. I thought I would pedal halfway to work and use the electric only on the hills but since its so heavy I find myself using the electric the majority of the time. The pedal assist helps but really its like pedaling a regular bike with the weight factor. The seat is rock hard and I'm sure I'll have to replace for comfort. Assembly was super easy! Overall, its a nice bike that helps me get to work and back with little effort and even provides a little exercise. I'd like to upgrade the battery to the way lighter ion but the cost is equal to the whole bike! Good for what I got it for...a six mile round trip commute to work.
Fun to ride. About what I expected. It's pretty quick but keep your battery charged. I'm using mine as a commuter to work and back. I guess I use the PAS mode the most ( pedal assist) to make the battery last. To use this function, you gotta keep the throttle forward and pedal. If you stop pedaling, the motor will stop assisting in a few seconds. The TAG mode ( twist and go) is super fun and works kinda like a motor cycle. You can pedal along in this too but the battery will be operating at 100% instead of 50% like in PAS mode. I put a Wald removable front basket on mine for shopping needs. Looks nice in black. Now for the bad. This thing is heavy! Shouldn't be a problem if you have a garage. I'm in an upstairs apartment so I had to learn how to carry it properly. You'll have to make 2 trips cause you'll wanna remove that battery first ( it's heavy, too). For the battery, make sure you have locked it into position or it'll bounce out of contact with bumps. No problem, just lock it. This is an entry level eBike. It works. It's functional. If you like going along at a good clip while not pedaling hard, this may be for you. Might take a few rides to get the total hang of it, but it's pretty simple. It's not the ugliest bike to look at either. Fix it up. Add some bells and whistles. If I woulda had more money, I would have got something with a lithium battery and with an internal hub motor. I believe with an internal hub motor, you probably won't even draw anyone's attention. External motor? mmmm...maybe. If you ride safe, no attention drawn. There seems to be some grey area in some states to laws about eBikes but for an old timer like me...I doubt they'll throw up any road blocks. I know you can easily spend 2000 or more on a nice eBike. They're lighter and fancier. Like a pair of shoes, you get what you pay for. Watch some youTubbe videos for extra reveiws. Anyway, I like it. It works. It's fun. No buyers remorse. I gave one star less cause of the weight. No more gas station.
I think that electric bikes are over price because of the battery. I only had this bike for a week now and I think it is a good value compared to other electric bikes. Time will only tell on the battery. But was inpress with the power of the bike I weight 200#.
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