e-Moto 3.0 Ridge Folding Electric Mountain Bicycle (Red, 26-16-Inch)

e-Moto 3.0 Ridge Folding Electric Mountain Bicycle (Red, 26-16-Inch)

  • Travels an average of 20 miles per charge with ZERO emissions.
  • Makes riding up hills MUCH easier with a built in torque sensor.
  • Top speed of 16 MPH miles per hour with minimal effort
  • Folding Frame with 26 volt system
  • Industry best 2-year electronics warranty (motor, battery and controller) and 10-year frame warranty.

The e-Moto Ridge 3.0 easily folds up into half of its size. It is ideal for the trunk, camper, or simply for easier storage, but has the added benefit of being a full-size bicycle. It includes a sensor that feels how hard you are pedaling and instantly provides electric power to match your efforts. Even a casual pedaler can maintain a top assisted speed of 16 mph with a minimum of effort. Stop pedaling and the power is interrupted so that you are always in total control. Easily remove the b

List Price: $ 1,499.00

Price: $ 1,123.88

Cyclamatic Power Plus Electric Mountain Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery

  • Lithium-Ion Battery with 30 mile range
  • Operate 3 different modes
  • Easy to use
  • Mountain Bike Frame

17″ mountain bike frame (suitable for use for riders between 5 ft 2 in and 6 ft 2 in). Adjustable height seat raises to up to 43″ from the ground. 26″ wheels with stainless steel spokes- the benchmark in strength, finish and weight. New Lithium-ion battery provides huge power (up to 30 mile range) and weighs a fraction of traditional lead-acid batteries. Also won’t suffer “memory effect” and has a very low self-discharge rate. Upgraded power output from battery – 24 volts and 10 amps, considerab

List Price: $ 1,500.00

Price: $ 699.99

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4 thoughts on “e-Moto 3.0 Ridge Folding Electric Mountain Bicycle (Red, 26-16-Inch)

  1. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awsome Bike, April 17, 2011
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    This review is from: e-Moto 3.0 Ridge Folding Electric Mountain Bicycle (Red, 26-16-Inch) (Sports)

    I mountain bike in Big Bear, Calif. in the Holcomb Valley area which is about 8000′. I’m in my early 60’s and just bought this bike to enable me to continue with the long range and ride times that I love. (I’m talking 2 to 3 hours) Since I’m riding on dirt Forest Service roads it doesn’t get the mileage but it does give me hours. The assist is just what I need. I will admit that without the battery on, low gear is still too high a range. The tech at Emoto said I can put a smaller front sprocket on if needed. But with the battery assist on I can climb the steep hills that normally I would use my extra low gears to get up. So for now, I’m going with the stock sprocket. The bike is all I was hoping for and more. The promotional information says it has a Panasonic batter but now where on the battery does it say Panasonic. The frame hinge is “pinned” so a very strong connection. I don’t think it will ever break. I’ve always ridden hard-tail but love the rear shock. Long rough down hills are definitely smoother. I’ll put a more aggressive tire on when this one wears out. It’s not knobby enough for me but does work good enough. It’s also a good looking bike. I’m very proud of having one.

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  2. 30 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Paint it Black, August 6, 2009
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    Terminal Guard (los angeles) –

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    This review is from: Cyclamatic Power Plus Electric Mountain Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery (Misc.)

    Let me first say that nothing can replace the fun of having a real bicycle or motorcycle.
    Not recommended for children or in my option; anyone who has not already ridden a bike.

    This bike came in a single box.

    It was in four pieces that were easy enough to put together.
    1. Main frame with the back tire attached
    2. The seat
    3. The handle bars
    4. The front tire

    If you can change a tire, you can put this thing together.
    Didn’t need the Assembly Guide, thought, if I had looked at it I would have discovered an easier way to put the tire on. (Useful in the future for changing any tire on a modern street bike)

    It also comes with a general safety guide which explains the motor.
    To me it was a bunch of “jebbi jabber.” Maybe it’s because it is summer and I can’t understand anything in this heat.

    The last thing that it comes with is an instruction manual for the batteries. I felt that this thing was a joke. Pages 1 and 2 were that same, half of page 5 is the same as page 6. I think this is due to the translation from China. The manual has no reflection on how I fell about the bike.

    It took an hour to assemble, taking my time; some could probably do it quicker
    When I turned the bike on, the lights said that the battery was charged. I gave the bake a test drive around the block in hopes that maybe it was… but as with most things, the battery did not come charged.

    This does not affect the score either. Most things do not come charged and I would be a moron to assume otherwise. The bike loses points because the lights that tell you that the battery is charged does not give an accurate reflection as to how much power is in the bike. So there is no way to really know when the bike is ready to keel over and die.

    The battery charges in about two to three hours.

    The bike works great on medium hills, works well on larger ones. I have not tried this bike on a large hill with a low battery, but on a full and medium full charge; it has preformed well. I have gone up a 45° street with a fraction of the strength needed. In fact, I didn’t have to pedal, but remember that this is a hybrid, so pedaling always does help.

    When the motor is off the bike feels a bit sluggish. At first I didn’t know why, but the pedals feed the battery keeping it alive longer. Just keep the bike in a low gear and it’s not really a big deal.

    The bike is a 7 speed, which means that any 21 speed bike can roll faster if the rider is trying hard enough. Also, keep in mind that a good rode bike runs for over a thousand, and this bike is only 6 hundred; 7 with shipping.

    The rear brakes seem slow. I can not stop “on a dime.” I’m sure that once I figure out how to tighten them, they’ll be fine.

    Over all I love this bike and how it feels to ride it to work each day. On the second day I painted it black. I used oil based flat black and the bike never looked better. (See customer images)

    To anyone else purchasing expensive stuff on Amazon, please leave feedback on stuff you buy. There are like 50 electric bikes online, and only a few had anything useful to say. Reviews and feedback help everyone.

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  3. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great ebike for the price!, September 24, 2009
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    C. Lindquester
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    This review is from: Cyclamatic Power Plus Electric Mountain Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery (Misc.)

    I bought this bike based on Terminal Guard’s review and for the most part I agree with him! However, through my experience the bike was easy to assemble and it is a well made bicycle. One of the problems I experienced is that I can only get around twenty miles to a charge of the battery. Much of that is due to the fact that I live in Oklahoma and strong winds are an everyday thing around here. The battery indicator near throttle is innacurate I would suggest a bike computer to help keep track of how many miles you travel unless you dont mind pedaling the rest of the way. Also the charger that I recieved does not charge in 2-3 hours it usually takes four and a half to five hours to charge. Last but not least I wish it had a rear shock absorber like most all mountain bike do these days! But dont let any of those small details stop you from buying this ebike it has been the best bikig experience I have had in years and have ridden it every day since I recieved it!

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  4. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrible instructiuons with bike, February 20, 2010
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    Roy J Hall “RJ” (ODENTON, MD, US) –

    This review is from: Cyclamatic Power Plus Electric Mountain Bike with Lithium-Ion Battery (Misc.)

    I live on the East coast and purchased this bike in Oct. of 2009– Was shipped in a few days and was easy to put togeather, however the mannuel which came with the bike was useless as it apparently was written by an engineer as very hard to understand.. The manuel with the battery is useless also.. however once all is put togeather the bike preforms great. I am very happy with it and yes it is hard to pedel without power so be careful and don’t runout of power.. Also no-one knows where to buy a replacement battery which will be needed in time.For the money a very good bike as I ride it for pleasure everyday weather permiting. I have advised others to purchase this bike

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