Tiny Living Commuter Vehicle? Lectric XP Folding eBike Review

Folding eBike for Commuting, Errand-Running & All-Day Adventuring: an Honest Review

We love exploring new places and road-tripping, with and without our tiny house.

That's why the Lectric XP eBike seems to be a promising fit for our adventure-seeking lifestyle. It folds, cruises up to 28 mph, goes as far as 50 miles, and holds 55 lbs of cargo.

  • Top benefit: explore all day without using gas AND without getting super sweaty
  • Be aware: steering while turning takes practice (not like a regular bicycle)

Riding the XP definitely takes some getting used to, but is super functional and packs a big punch for a relatively low price of $899 (free shipping). Watch above for our honest review of this intriguing, foldable bike.

Lectric XP Features:

  • 500W Motor: peak output of over 800W
  • 28 mph top speed pedal-assist capability (one of the only electric bikes to achieve this)
  • 20 mph throttle and 7 Speed Shimano Freewheel
  • LCD Computer Display to monitor speed, distance, battery level, etc.
  • Foldable! (folds to less than half its size)
  • 25-50+ Miles (range varies based on weight load, terrain, weather, etc.)
  • High-performance swappable batteries (10.4ah, 48v LG lithium-ion battery)
  • 4" Fat Tires, puncture-resistant & all-terrain
  • 4-6 hour charge time
  • Total weight: 63 lbs, including 7 lb battery
  • Max load on the rear rack: 55 lbs
  • Adjustable Seat and Handlebars
  • Arrives fully assembled

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