Day 6 Samson Video Review – $3.3k Relaxed, Big-Person Electric Bicycle

https://electricbikereview.com/day-6/samson/ The Day 6 Samson is a custom designed, relaxed upright, ergonomic electric bicycle with highly adjustable padded seat and backrest, riser handlebar, and feet-forward frame. Available in three frame sizes, supports riders up to 400 lbs, offers eight pedal speeds, five levels of assist, trigger throttle operation, and mechanical disc brakes. Option for black, champaign, or red frame color, unique backrest-bag provides storage space for the battery charger and other small personal items, raked fork offers stability. Built-in bottle cage bosses, rear rack eyelets, and fender mounting points expand utility, great weight distribution and battery protection, shift detection to protect gears.

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tom e gun says:

I was just kidding him

philodygmn says:

So glad to see this feature profile, especially the quiet, powerful motor, throttle with walk mode, quick release with disc brakes, and crank forward, upright design with a full seat including backrest. I’m a healthy, youthful male, I just want a comfortable bike and it’s been frustrating how underserved this feature profile has been.

tom e gun says:

It’s not polite to ware your helmet in the house, lol.

Mr Jhonny says:

I thing it is a little overpriced.You can get a beter e-bike with that money!!!!Or even a car!

Tung Nguyen says:

what’s the cheapest ebike out there

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Freeblaze free says:

love that seat

Mr Jhonny says:

9 like!!!

James Mason says:

that’s different

Andrew Hunter says:

I only have two concerns about this bike. One the front forks seem excessively far forward I’d preferred them to have been straight. Two is the enormous seat I’d be pilloried by my friend’s and work colleagues. Having said that it’s nice to see a bike for people like myself that are larger than twenty one and a half stone’s.

far77fae says:

I was told that you can turn the handle bars 180 and it will fit on a bus rack. Do you think that is true?

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