ANCHEER Folding Electric Mountain Bike Review (October 2020)
ANCHEER Folding Electric Mountain Bike
- ✔ Ultra-lightweight yet strong aluminum
- ✔ 26 inch magnesium alloy integrated wheels
- ✔ Anti-slip resistant thick tire
- ✔ LED 3-speed smart meter button
The Ancheer Folding Electric Mountain bicycle can practically do whatever you need from it. It tackles tracks effortlessly, folds down to a small, mobile size, and is completely capable of cruising along on its own. It’s difficult to consider what else you can ask of a bike.
The look of this bike captures a lot of glances on and off the tracks. Although it’s a folding bike, it still has a full-suspension framework, and rugged features to accompany its tank-like appearance.
The bike’s frame is crafted from aluminum alloy, as well as uses a single-tube layout to enable easy folding, and to cut down the weight to about 60 pounds.
Front and back shocks supply a lot of flexibility to soak up any kind of bumps on the road or trail. An easy lock on the folding mechanism allows for a full breakdown in a matter of seconds.
A supported and also easily-adjusted seat puts the cyclist in a very aggressive mountain bicycle stance, which is matched by a handlebar layout that avoids that mini-bike feel some other folding bikes produce.
The drivetrain is another good element to this bike. 21 gears and an electric motor on a folding bike? Absolutely! Shinano components make up the whole system, giving the bike a selection of settings to increase your riding atmosphere and enjoyment.
Alloy disc brakes assist with slowing the bike down to a standstill, these are combined with magnesium alloy rims and 26-inch tires with a hybrid-like tread pattern.
The bike’s 250W rear hub electric motor consists of 3 various pedal assist speeds, linked with a throttle that can let the bike do the pedalling for you. This aids on flatter sections and really does make the bike great for city commuting also.
The bike can get to 17 mph when using the throttle, enabled by a 36V lithium battery that can power the bike for 15 miles by itself, and 31 miles with pedal-assist. They even included a headlight and also kickstand to cover it all off.