Téo S Limited Video Review – $2.2k Feature Packed Fat Electric Bike

https://electricbikereview.com/teo/s-limited/ The Téo S Limited is a powerful, feature-rich fat electric bike available in two frame sizes and three colors, suspension fork and seat post really smooth out the ride. Extra-large 48 volt, 17 amp hour battery provides the energy necessary to use throttle mode or the highest level of assist without as much range anxiety. Lots of attention to detail, the derailleur guard, rear-mounted kickstand, adjustable angle stem, and hydraulic disc brakes really set it apart. Good value but all of those accessories add weight, only sold online so you can’t test the sizes easily and have to assemble it yourself, limited stock, cannot throttle from zero or without pedaling first.


Chauncey Smith says:

Shit sign me up and take my money. That looks like a winner.

James Mason says:

72 lbs I never get that up my stairs

Gene Coppola says:

Been watching you for awhile now, you do a very nice job…The EB market has gotten so big and you help simplify the research for us..Thanks.

Peter Schroeder says:

He’s ridden an electric bike to town 4 times and he already feels he’s in better shape lol

John Moura says:

Excellent video – – More than a bike review alone this video was an adventure.! Great bike and Patrick is a great guy.

Steve Donovan says:

Very good review Court. I thought I’d suggest a point to consider if you haven’t already. You’ve referenced pedal assist delay emphasizing the number of magnetic sensors. I have a Bafang BBS02 middrive and the manufacturer has released the software to change the parameters of the controller, at least for the enthusiast community in the US.

Keeping in mind this motor has 12 sensors… One setting in the software is for Pedal Sensor Type and most people set this for DoubleSignal-24. Another setting is for StartDegree(Signal No.) and this is where it gets interesting. I first experimented with setting no.1 and it was ridiculous because all I would do is barely move the pedals and the assist would kick in. It was too immediate as to be practical and possibly even a danger. I now have it at 6 and that’s pretty much perfect for me, I move the pedal about a quarter rotation and the assist starts.

There are numerous other settings in this software way beyond the LCD display options but my point is to emphasize that it appears the amount of magnets isn’t the primary factor having the greatest influence when the motor will initiate, or for that matter given the software, when it stops.

Arnold Winters says:

Patrick is very nice.

D Danilo says:

For anyone who has had doubts, just watch this video again. Court really DOES go the extra mile for us! Excellent review…great onboard experience both on and off road. Who could ask for more?

blitz boy says:

Thats the nicest ferry I’ve ever seen. Definitely better than the Staten Island Ferry of New York. LOL

Aayush Parmar says:

I don’t understand what he is saying

blitz boy says:

Would u rather buy this fat bike or a rad rover for your first ebike?

Joseph Smith says:

A ferry boat ride, cool little town, happy ebike owner and great review. The reviews just keep getting better. This ebike hits a nice sweet spot for features and price. Will it be available in the USA and is there an English version of the web site?

Bruce Ballad says:

I guess you are putting price info into the video title now. It is really nice. I hope you keep on doing it. The bike in this video is looking cool. I like its price, really good for its features.

Also, your trips look so fun. You meet all sort of nice people. I am kind of jealous.

lonestartex1 says:

Is there a US seller for these bikes? I’ve seen many variations of this bike.

cresshead says:

really enjoyed this video…great work…nice people and landscape…well done….more please!

captianjessie1 says:

Are you going to even eschooters again

Vishnu Prashant says:

I want to buy the e bike what to do

Les Hsu says:

Isn’t this similar to the Rad Rover, but more expensive?

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