ASI welcomes the Enzo eBike
Allow us to introduce you to the Enzo eBike. After an exhaustive search, we chose the Enzo as our next model of of portable ebikes, as it seems to represent the best of breed in terms of quality, features and durability, at a reasonable price point for all the features and functionality it delivers. Our first shipment just arrived at our shop, and we have one available for demo rides now as part of our fleet of personal transportation devices.
As usual, your ASI team has been doing the heavy research for you to find a product with the right mix of features, functionality, quality build and a committed manufacturer, so that we can recommend a model with no hesitation. Our team are taking test rides today as we write this article, and everyone is enjoying the experience. It really does feel like a full size bike, even though it’s only got 20 inch tires, and can fold down to a very small package. We like that it’s a fully functional 7 speed pedal bike, but the rider can take advantage of either the throttle control or the pedal assist at any time. We also like that we can easily tone down the power level – this thing can really take off!
The Enzo eBike can fold down or be re-assembled in less than 30 seconds, has an easily removable battery, has a built in cargo rack, has a built in tire pump in the seat post, has an easy to read digital display, and a retro-type bell (ding!). It even has glow in the dark paint on most color schemes for night safety and a cool factor.
Design and build quality:
This Class 2 eBike comes with a two year manufacturer warranty. Design elements include magnesium alloy wheels (no spokes) for strength and durability, a 7-speed Shimano gear hub for smooth control of speed and torque while pedaling. Enzo has designed this bike to withstand high humidity and moisture levels. While eBikes are not designed to be dunked in water, Enzo’s components are rust-resistant and water resistant. They even offer an optional carbon belt drive instead of a chain with sprockets for those who want a super-quiet ride and to have a fully weatherproof drive system.
The Enzo has a 350w motor, powered by a 36 amp Samsung battery that puts out 376 Watt hours of power. It can power you up steep hills, power your ride for up to 50 miles, and really get you going with quick acceleration. Of course, the rider can use the touch screen to adjust the output to max power and acceleration, or a battery saving level of electric support, or somewhere in between.
Rentals and test rides:
Come check out the two very different styles of foldable eBikes at Adventure Sports Innovation: our P2 model from InMotion and the new Enzo. We rent our bikes and scooters by the hour, and for an Enzo purchase, we’ll apply your full rental price toward your bike purchase!
ASI sells these bikes at the same price as you can buy them online, so you can shop local with confidence that you’re not missing out on a better bargain somewhere else! Current discount pricing is $1,850 for the model with seven gear hub.
For further reading:
For those of you who like to do your own research, here are a few links you may find helpful. Check out the electricbikereview.com overview, or this review by Really Good E-Bikes, which covers all its features, including durability, safety standards, and Enzo’s innovations such as a tire pump integrated into the seat.
There are tons of “top 10” lists around. Here are a couple of top 10 lists of the best folding ebikes, one by ReallyGoodEBikes that includes our new Enzo, and one by BikeBerry which features the Inmotion P2, the mini e- bike we already carry here at ASI.