The best electric bike under $1200 in 2017: Wave 2.0 Review, Ride

With a 750-watt motor, top throttle-only speed of 25 m.p.h., and max estimated throttle-only range of 23 miles (my real-world experience was 14 miles), the Wave 2.0 is one of the best electric bikes under $1200 in 2017. This is the perfect electric bike for people who are looking for an electric vehicle (electric skateboard, electric bike, electric scooter, etc.) for commuting but don’t want to drop $2,000, $3,000, $4,000 and up for a high-end electric bike. This thing is a blast to ride around town with and with the cruiser-style handlebars and throttle-only option, it feels a lot like a moped.

Gear I use:

Headlamp: Moonlight Mountain Gear Bright As Day 5000 – http://bit.ly/2xyCouo
Helmet: Ruroc – http://bit.ly/2gbwZUd
Camera: Canon EOS 80D – http://bit.ly/1nnfTQo
Microphone: Rode VideoMic Pro – http://bit.ly/1P2pp6t
Drone: Yuneec Typhoon H – http://bit.ly/2xzjd3P

Comments

Jeff K says:

There is a typo in your description. You say it is the best bike under $750

Anton Schall says:

Nice video

Marley J says:

This model seems have major improvement  improvements over the previous version. Also; I think the reason you get that jerky feeling while using pedal assist , is because the wave bike relies on cadence instead of a torque sensor. Which for my  understanding , the torque sensor is a more expensive component.

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