Velec A2 Video Review – $1.7k Approachable, Stable Electric Bicycle The Velec A2 is an approachable neighborhood electric bike with lots of utility extras, plastic fenders with rubber mud flaps, a long plastic chain cover, a rear carry rack, and LED lights. The step-thru frame is reinforced with a gusset at the front and shortened top tube near the bottom to reduce frame flex, smaller 26-inch tires bring the frame closer to the ground. Efficient 48 volt power system offers a bit of zip and climbing power, Velec sells three battery size options for this model so you can extend range, the battery is removable but you must take the saddle and seat post off. Simple LED display panel doesn’t offer as precise of power readouts, there’s no up or down arrows to change assist (you just cycle all the way through 1-5), basic 7-speed Shimano Tourney drivetrain, linear pull brakes vs. disc.


Abdullah Ahmed says:

It looks a great bike but 4699$ is very expensive!

I wish I have a cheaper one


The jerk is still here.

Vaidotas Ratkus says:

who cares about amp hours? Watt hours is what important…

metamorphicorder says:

This is a weird mix of features and quality levels.

Abdullah Ahmed says:

I think I’m the first viewer of your video, I got a problem with Raleigh bike then I finally had my money back, please tell me what is the best bike for courier??

slowslowslowrobot says:

Never woulda guessed that guy does IT work.

Kevin Holland says:

Is the battery a  lithium and if so, what kind of lithium? Thanks for the review.

Juan Alfonso Noval says:

Court, what’s the new helmet you are wearing? Thx.

NWforager says:

looks like old style that can often be found used for a few hundred bucks on craigslist .

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