Ariel Rider W-Class Video Review – Vintage Style Cruiser Ebike

https://electricbikereview.com/ariel-rider/w-class/ The Ariel Rider W-Class is a beautiful, custom designed cruiser electric bike drawing from vintage motorcycle designs with a springer fork, chopper bars and wider top tube. Powerful 500 watt geared hub motor by Dapu paired with a 556 watt hour battery using Samsung cells for quick acceleration and decent climbing ability, adjustable speed up to 25 mph. Integrated LED lights, color matched fenders and chain guard, comfortable sprung saddle with matching leather grips on the Premium model. The motor produces more noise when starting off, the springer fork doesn’t offer much travel, no rack or bottle cage mounting points, some delay on the cadence sensor.

Comments

Sinan Doğanlı says:

is there a kg limit? 🙂

Mark Elford says:

Nice comfy bike, neat to see they used the monark fork.

Whistling Canine says:

HEY.. Thanks Cort for mentioning the amps of the charger.. So, this one is 2 amps.. 120volt * 2 Amps = 240 watts.. I have a 400w continuous inverter on my solar set-up.. So with this bike and charger set-up I could have almost free travel..!

tkmkirill says:

you can get 500w or even 1kw motor in europe but you will need buy a traffic insurance. Anything below 250w isnt requirred to have an insurance. You are limited to 25km/h speed however eather way.

JeMasLT says:

Nice work.
You reviewed once Magic Pie. Can you do more reviews on that?
Magic pie-edge, Magic pie 5.

Flo Mo says:

It is more a moped. It looks nostalgically. But I prefer lightweight bikes for every day. This is a bike not for every day. It’s a collector’s item. 😉 Yes, I like the design and the price. This bike is a separate class. Thank you Cort.

leog1994 says:

NO MANUAL.. PLEASE SOMEONE GET ME A MANUAL FUCK

FRANK ROBY says:

neat bike.

John Moura says:

Excellent review – – Great bike! It has a custom look for a reasonable price.

Tardisius says:

Nice bike, really needs a rack =)

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