Ariel Rider W-Class Video Review – $1.5k Beautiful Cruiser Electric Bike, 28 MPH, Throttle The Ariel Rider W-Class is one of the most beautiful electric cruiser bicycles on the market today, vintage styled springer fork, rich faux leather touch points and matching balloon tires, paint-matched plastic fenders and chain cover. Zippy 500+ watt planetary geared hub motor from Dapu, strong 48 volt battery with upgrade options to extend range, adjustable speed up to 28 mph, torque sensing pedal assist and twist throttle drive modes, hydraulic disc brakes. Integrated LED lights and reflective tires keep you safe, the headlight is styled to look like a motorcycle, comfortable sprung saddle, padded grips, adjustable angle stem, swept back handlebar, and high volume tires. The springer styled fork doesn’t offer much travel and is more for aesthetics, no rack or bottle cage mounting points, kickstand can cause pedal lock when deployed, heavier overall build at ~64lbs.


William Vanderpool says:

prices…. are way to high hope you got a lic… because they will make you have one if you don’t too…. many laws in our country just to ride a bike anymore even if you have the right to travel with out a lic .same full

Dennis Dowd says:

It’s very beautiful design. Very classic looking.

Martin Schmidt says:

Nice bike. They made a nice looking excellent equipped ebike. The parts are maybe Not the Best but more than enough and well chosen. Respect for their work. You have the feeling that this Company is trying to make a good product to an affordable price. Of course Its expensive if you compare it to a normal bike. Once you drive your ebike a while you know that your money is very well spent. I bought my Stevens e 6x Gent last year and have driven like 1300 km Since then. 🙂

allen schmitz says:

Super vintage look.

Chauncey Smith says:

First…. Hey I’m first

Wayne Rhea says:

You put 1.5 k but this one is 1.8 k

Wilton M says:

An Isreali bike

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