PIM Archer Video Review – $1.8k Stealthy, Sturdy, 25 mph Electric Bike, Power in Motion

https://electricbikereview.com/power-in-motion/archer/ The Power In Motion (PIM) Archer is a stealthy electric bike with unique grip shifter design that doubles as a power selector for pedal assist, sturdy 750-watt gearless hub motor, 25 mph top speed, hydraulic disc brakes with motor inhibitors activate regenerative braking. Rigid 12 mm Rear axle with standard 15 mm front thru-axle provide strength and stiffness, Kevlar-reinforced tires reduce flats, the bike feels solid but still responsive which is important given the higher top speeds and heavier weight. Magura TS6 100 mm air suspension fork pairs nicely with the custom plus-sized 3″ high-volume tires to smooth out the ride and provide stability, ergonomic grips add comfort, the cockpit is extremely clean and organized. No bottle cage mounts, the kickstand is mid-mounted and blocks the left pedal when deployed, no integrated lights or fenders, you basically have to shift gears in order to go faster so your cadence is more limited, back pedaling and brake levers activate regen which is neat. The company also goes by PIM Bicycles.


Chauncey Smith says:

Take my money.I would love a throttle but you can have all my money. Looks good and fun.

D Danilo says:

Excellent review, Brent! I’m glad you explored the regenerative braking further during the road test, it helped clear up some questions I had. Quite a lot of bike for the money!

Viral Video says:

I want to buy eletric bike in nepal like this. can i get in nepal yes or not .if not then why can u tell me

Joey Love says:

Hey Brent i just wanted to say you are doing a great job and have been improving significantly. Excellent work.

Sedona Hopkins says:

Nice bikes for the money!!

Martin Schmidt says:

I have nothing against this guy but that Was a Bad review. He speaks too Quick and repeat Things He already said. Also the important stuff He didnt mention.

Kiinganu Tiamat says:

Worthless info on the braking system and nothing more.Total failure.

boomer cash says:

I have 2500 miles on my PIM Bike.. Love it. awesome customer support. Review was fine. I have the Mid step Archer with Planet Bike fenders and a topeak rack.

b b says:

It was really hard to understand what you are saying, try speaking a little slower next time.

Josmanneke says:

What helmet are you wearing?

David Bradford says:

Nice bike for the money

Tim of free thought says:

Price is becoming “reasonable ” . Don’t like the battery connection or the wireing at the bars .Don’t know why you need a display or variable assist .

Fat Bike Freak says:

I think the price is a mistake. Does Magura even make a fork for less than a grand?

Edgar Gomez says:

I didn’t though he spoke too fast, and I did find interesting the review. Just the air noise was a little loud. That cadence sensor was new for me.

William Stevens says:

Some of these bikes I really love but no fenders and no lights and no kick stand these are things I need of course integrated lights would be a major plus in my book

Jay Gurung says:

WoW really good bike for the price.

Zamin Huseynov says:

25 minutes of video talking about brakes and about keys,/ Ebike is not about brakes and keys.. or acesories or kickstand and pedals/ glad i stopped watching after 4 minutes, enough is enough

James Mason says:

I like this bike

Jason Hoo says:

Thanks for the nice review, keep up the good work.

Dejan Loncar says:

look quality bike there..nice setup

Viral Video says:

What is meant by pim. It mean we can’t buy in nepal only in us,canada,europe.why do they don’t

Alex Paulsen says:

That cable management makes me want to vomit. Not at all attractive. Keep that stuff for behind your computer, there’s no good use for it on a production model bike.

ForbinColossus says:

Suggested Option: A stick on letter ‘P’ for the name “PIM”

Andy Lau says:

A lot of hardware for $1700. But this bike is not even on pim’s website. Also an entirely new frame design I have never seen before. Last comment is for PIM: that’s the name you want to go with, really?

Jim Sharp says:

Excellent review. Be careful with your one hand driving.

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