Vanpowers Urbanglide-Pro Electric Bike Review

Finally, a peppy e-bike that can handle bumps and takes battery safety seriously! Vanpower's new Urbanglide-Pro is a sleek step-through e-bike that reflects the company's commitment to "clean, green mobility and sustainable e-bike development solutions." We'd love to see the safety and comfort features on the UrbanGlide-Pro rolled out across all e-bikes. Read our comprehensive review below to see how this model stacks up against the fierce competition amongstep-through e-bikes.
Devin Bailey Riding the VanPowers UrbanGlide E-Bike in Downtown Jackson, WY Photo Rich Goodwin Mountain Weekly News Founded in 2021 by a group of creative and conscientious cycling enthusiasts, Vanpowers already has 5 models in the wild ranging from commuters to mountain to travel-oriented designs. Their primary R&D staff members have an average of 10 years of industry experience, with some having as many as 22 years of experience. The company realized early on the importance of speedy delivery nd has built a reliable supply chain with local warehouses in the Us, the Uk, and Europe. Delivery usually takes 3 to 7 business days.UbranGlide Series Models

Devin Bailey All Smiles Riding the Top of the Line Vanpowers Urbanglide Series E-Bike in Jackson, WY Photo Rich Goodwin Mountain Weekly News.

The Vanpowers UrbanGlide series comes in three levels Standard, Pro, and Ultra which we tested). The prices range from $1,299 for the Standard to $1,899 for the Pro to $2,499 for the Ultra. The increases in cost are associated with more accommodating frame sizes, a change from speed sensors to torque sensors, a slightly longer battery range, larger rear cassettes, a change from mechanical to hydraulic brakes, and adding suspension to the seat post. The table below uses data from the Vanpowers website and shows the exact differences: The Vanpowers UrbanGlide-Pro E-Bike comes in two sizes, small which accommodates riders 57" to 5'g" and large which accommodates riders 5'7" to 6'3". Ordering one is further simplified by the up to 6-year warranty, free shipping and hassle-free payment plans offered by financing partner Klarna. While the site lists 14 hours a day 7 days a week customer phone support, we called and got an error message. We also realized that the "live chat" is just for intake. Nobody is there to chat you back in real time. When testing the bike with pedal assist off to simulate a dead battery, we identified an opportunity to smooth out the pedaling experience in the next generation of the bike. Circling back to the things the UrbanGlide-Pro does right, the 48V removable battery's position in the downtube adds to the bike's overall stability and low center of gravity. The low center of gravity makes the bike a joy to wiggle around corners. When pedaling, the battery provides roughly 60 miles of range. The battery charges using a standard wall outlet.

The bike tech doesn't stop at the battery and motor. The rear kickstand makes
parking the bike a breeze. The flashing brake lights are super helpful. A simple yet elegant large LCD screen is located in the middle of the handlebars, shows speed odometer, and battery level. A USB charging port is located at the bottom of the display.

For Commuting to Work, Running Errands and Going to Yoga Class the Vanpowers
UrbanGlide-Ultra E-Bike is a Great Pick I Photo Rich Goodwin Mountain Weekly

The Vanpowers UrbanGlide-Pro ($1,899) is a great option for folks who are keen
on battery safety and ride comfort, The sleek design and peppy assist make it a
classy fun commuter bike.

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