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If you are a vintage lover, then you are definitely going to love this e-bike. The design of this e-bike is inspired by old-school motorcycles, but with a difference: e-bikes are more environmentally friendly, and cycling is good for your health. The 4-inch wide tires give Hammer excellent stability, allowing you to conquer all rugged terrain effortlessly. The MOZO front suspension and unique seat suspension bring a massive improvement to riding comfort. And the 750W motor makes it stand out from similar products on the market. So, if you're a retro fan and love life, you love to travel and explore. This e-bike is definitely your best bet.
UL has been around for 125 years ensuring the safety and accountability of electrical products in everyday American life. Being UL certified illustrates a businesses’ dedication to consumer safety, as well as the quality of their products. Another important caveat of UL certification is for insurance purposes and customer security. It’s a true indication of an item’s safety and longevity.
The current model has been certified by UL.
The UL certification mark can be seen on the seat post.
Heavy-duty 26" x 4" fat tires
Lightweight and compact built
Powerful braking , safe companionship
More comfortable riding experience
High quality,Seven-speed transmission
Multiple warehouse shipments across the U.S. Shipping times vary from 2-4 business days if electric bike is in stock.
Free shipping on all bikes within the lower 48 states. Shipping is offered through UPS/FEDEX/USPS.
Free Returns •30-Day At Home Trial•18 months Warranty
I purchased my first bike a few weeks ago and loved. I just bought another one for my girlfriend. I have had no issues with mine but her battery rattles. I have not had a bunch of time to mess with it yet but it seems like the bar it slides on to allows the battery to wiggle. I did adjust the up and of the mounting bar.
The gears on my second bike need some adjustment. They do not switch as easy as my first bike and make some noise.
After looking at the gears is does seem that neither bike does not go into actual 1st ( The largest gear on the back tire). I have not messed with adjustment yet but have watched a few videos.
Over all I am happy with them so far.