Enzo eBike – Folding Electric Bicycle Review

Enzo eBike – Folding Electric Bicycle Review


Enzo Folding Electric Bike Review from DudesReviews.com (easily stores in hatchback) (easy to unfold) What’s up guys? This is Ronnie with Dudes Reviews. Today we havethe Enzo electric folding bicycle. This bike is powered by a 36 volt 10.4 amp lithium-ion battery. with a 350 watt motor and it can even fold down to the size of a large suitcase. This bike can easily fit in the back of almost any car. It’s simple to ride and easy to use. The Enzo eBike is great for the person looking for a short commuter vehicle that they can take with them anywhere. I could probably talk all day about how great this bike is but let’s just get
into the features of this bike. The first step into folding up the bike is to
release the clamp on the stem of the handlebars and then fold the handlebars
down. Next just fold up the pedals. Release the clamp on the down tube of
the bike. Then just use your knee to bend the bike
in half and then push the wheels together. So, to get started on the bike just insert the key and turn it. Next, turn on the LCD by hitting the power
button and wait for it to boot up. The plus sign is used to increase the amount
of pedal assist that is available. The minus will decrease it. The higher the
number the harder the motor will turn as you pedal the bike. On the LCD it’s also
displaying the speed of the bike in miles per hour, the battery left, as well
as the trip odometer. The Enzo has a a seven speed Shimano shifter to shift up you just hit the button and to shift down you just push the lever forward. Another great feature of this bike are
the brakes. The bike comes with dual hydraulic brakes in both the front and the rear of the bike. Having hydraulic disc brakes really are
an upgrade. They allow for stronger and more predictable stops especially on an electric bike. On the left handlebar there’s a thumb throttle which will activate the motor even while you’re not pedaling. The Enzo also comes with rear lights as well as front LEDs. The front LEDs are powered by the battery within
the bike. While the bike’s folded you can remove the battery using the key provided. Just turn the key on the bottom flip up the switch and you can remove the battery. The battery can be charged off the bike or on the bike. It can also be removed just as a security measure in case you don’t want anyone else to steal
the battery. One genius feature that we loved was the
integrated tire pump. within the bike seat itself. As you can see the pump is revealed once you take the seat off the bike and you pull
down the cord. This really does come in handy when you’re in a tight pinch and you need to top off your tires or if you actually have a flat. We thought that this pump would be a little bit gimmicky but it actually worked surprisingly well. It was easy to pump and filled up the tires faster than we expected The Enzo eBike comes with a bag for the rear rack. It’s not the best bag in the world but it works well enough so that you can hold the charger while you’re riding. We found this charger takes about three to four hours to charge the bike fully. One of the only issues that we had with this bike were that the clips that held the cables were really cheap. They fell off easily and we had to replace them with zip ties Also, here’s a pro tip from us we used a velcro strap to help keep
the bike together while it was folded. There’s no actual locking mechanism to
help do this. The Enzo electric bike basically came fully assembled out of the box. you just had to unfold it and start riding. This bike was packed with
features. From the hydraulic brakes to the lights, everything just made sense and it was great for the price point that we got it at. We found that riding this bike was simple. It was basically like riding any other bicycle and the electric components just added to the fun. They were easy to use and it didn’t take any kind of learning curve. It just kind of happened. Having an electric motor on a bike makes riding basically effortless. You can ride 30 to 50 miles without even breaking a sweat. In fact, we actually got some funny looks from people when we were climbing hills and it didn’t look like we were struggling
at all. Half the time we weren’t even pedaling. With the throttle button, it made it so that it was more like a scooter than a bicycle. You literally just had to push the button and the bike would just go on it’s own, no peddling needed. The only real drawback that we saw with this bike was that it doesn’t really have a suspension. So, riding in anything that isn’t completely flat did make the ride quite a bit uncomfortable. Also I had some of my taller friends ride it and they said that it did feel small to them. For me it was perfectly fine but they said that it felt a little bit scrunched up and that
they weren’t able to fully extend their legs and that the stem didn’t accommodate their height. The Enzo as we got it retailed on their website for $1,699. This is a great price point for what you’re getting it’s a foldable bike that you can take anywhere and has the power to get you from point A to point B easily and efficiently. If you’re in the market for a short commuter vehicle or you’re really just looking to have fun, The Enzo electric bike is a great choice. If you enjoyed this review drop a like. If you have any questions leave a comment. This is Ronnie with Dudes Reviews. We’ll see you next time.