From leisurely cruises to "I need to get there now!", hop on IZIP's Dash and make that trip a joy. Featuring a motor hidden in the rear wheel, this zippy electric bike offers IZIP's PAS (pedal assist) mode for maximum range, and their TAG (Twist & Go) throttle for additional pedal-free power whenever you need it. It's fun anyway you ride it with an aluminum frame, Suntour suspension fork, SRAM 10-speed drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. Plus, the included kickstand makes parking a snap. With this e-bike, you'll ride farther and faster, forget about road rage, help the environment, and save gas money the whole time!
|Fork||SR Suntour NCX, 63mm|
|Electric-Assist Type||Rear hub/throttle control and pedal assist|
|Motor Specs||500W DC brushless planetary geared hub motor|
|Drive System||Currie Electro-Drive System|
|Throttle||Twist and Go w/power gauge, battery gauge, and PAS/TAG switch|
|Battery Type/Weight||EV-rated Lithium-Ion, down tube mounted|
|Charger Type||Currie Smart Charger w/LED indicator|
|Recharge Time||4-6 hours|
|Range on Full Charge||25-35 miles|
|Max. Assisted Speed||20mph no pedaling / 28mph w/hard pedaling|
|Handlebars||Tranz-X low rise|
|Bicycle Drivetrain||SRAM X7, 10-speed|
|Tires||CST hybrid, 700 x 45mm|
|Brakes||Shimano hydraulic disc, 180/160mm rotors|
|Accessories & Extras||Kickstand|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Black / Medium||00694027007151||16-15-6031||CUR33892895|
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The bike only lasted for 6 miles then motor quit. Noisy front tire/brake setup. fair to poor brakes. not reliable enough.
The bike worked fairly well for 6 miles, then the motor made a shuddering noise and quit. Wheel World was somewhat helpful with some troubleshooting tips. The diagrams, and troubleshooting tips took several hours to go through. All a waste of time. The 2015 Dash never worked again. In the one day, 6 miles that the Dash did work, it was impressive in its speed and pedal assist workage. However, the front end made a load shuddering sound, and vibration between 18 and 20 mph. The bike easily pedaled to 26 mph on flat ground. The brakes are of a very cheap mechanical disc design. Wheel World, after convincing me to troubleshoot the bike for several hours, e-mailed a UPS label to send the defective bike back at no cost to me. Alex there was very helpful, however, and offered $79 discount on a $2379.00 Haibike. I know Wheel World does not want to be in this situation either, but I think they could have offered a slightly larger discount after I spent so much time and energy trying to make this lemon work. Very disappointed.