Magnum UI5 Electric Bike Buyers Guide Review (October 2020)
Magnum UI5 Electric Bike
- ✔ Luxury quality build & frame
- ✔ Premium quality break & gear shift system
- ✔ Long lasting lithium battery
- ✔ Bright backlit display and USB charging port
The Magnum UI5 elegantly to avoid the kind of geeky look that some hybrid electric bikes have, revealing a much sleeker, sporty looking bike that compliments it’s performance.
The bike handles to do all of this while flawlessly incorporating a complete electrical motor drive that may seem discreet, however provides a large quantity of power thats last for miles at a time.
Combined with a top-tier drivetrain, the Magnum UI5 is one heck of a commuting hybrid bike ready to tackle any situation.
With a saddle similar to a road bike design, the Magnum UI5 offers the rider a more aggressive seating position. The upwards contour and longer stem permits the biker to sit more upright, without giving up any kind of steering capability.
The UI5 does not go all out with the speed options, but it maximizes a well-ratioed 7 speed Shimano Tourney drivetrain, that includes a matching shifter. There suffices low as well as high spread in between for any kind of riding situation, especially when aided by the electric motor.
Premium TEKTRO brake elements make up the front as well as back disc brake system. This provides the UI5 a very impressive level of stopping power, making it so much easier to regulate the bike at faster speeds, or when weaving around congested roads and walkways.
The bike’s wheelset consists of 26-inch, double-walled light weight aluminum rims, paired with some extremely trendy Schwalbe Big Ben 2.5-inch vast tires with an eyecatching brownish color. The tires are a little larger than usual hybrid tires, but they are an excellent suit for the bike’s motor facet.
The UI5 has an extremely effective 350W rear hub electric motor that can carry the bike up to 22 miles per hour. There are three different pedal aid settings that riders can use to improve particular riding scenarios. The highest possible setup makes pedaling a breeze, calling for practically no input from the rider.