• Lisa's RV Experience
    14
    I've been looking at 500w folding electric bikes. I was trying to find one < 50 pounds but I wanted fat tires. Does anyone have a folding bike that they could recommend?
  • RVsolar
    96
    We bought ours two years ago in February rode them everywhere in the desert on the beach in Mexico up at saddle Mountain BLM land They have performed very well watch out for gold heads in the desert I recommend putting slime that you can buy from Walmart in the tires first thing there's a couple pictures of the bikes and they fall down and you could put them in the back of the mega cab Dodge truck . When folded you can hold them and they roll on the wheels very nice .txxsc6rj7iyrh46t.jpeg
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  • Jetlag
    1
    Couple of the RV YouTube channels have been showing these bikes but they are around 59 lbs with fenders, rear rack and battery. June & July shipments are sold out so you wont get one till Aug.
    Lectric XP

  • TCB
    0
    Just ordered two of these Lectric XP's a few days ago, now have to wait until August. Understand weight is an issue the battery is 7 lbs and with it installed the bike is 59 lbs. With the battery removed should be able to lift them into the RV. Most folding e bikes we checked out are heavy, good luck. For another review of the bike check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPFDNE6SjJQ
  • Jetlag
    1
    Make sure you add the discount code from one of the videos to get free Pannier Bag. Just use the code during checkout.

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  • Steve S
    9
    Hi … just ordered one after confirming they will ship to Canada!! Ordered a black colour and expected delivery will be sometime in August.

    I am an avid mountain biker and currently own two expensive bikes but this ebike is more suited to the desert terrain I do most of my boondocking on. The ability to fold it and place inside my Class B will not only protect it from the weather but keep it safe.

    I had to carry my mountain bike outside and it faced the snow/salt/dust and rain while travelling. The thinner tires also resulted in me having a slow motion crash at Indian Bread Rocks. Twisted my ankle and that's when I went to Hot Well Dunes (which really helped).
  • Lisa's RV Experience
    14
    thanks, a little too heavy for me to manage though.
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