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  1. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Ride1up may also be a good choice. Many people recommend it. Thank you.
  2. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Haha, maybe it's like what you said. I think it looks good and it seems to be quite large.
  3. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Thank you, your advice is helpful.:p
  4. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Thank you so much, I will take your suggestion into consideration and I will keep it in mind.
  5. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Thank you very much for your enthusiasm and patience. My main purpose is to use it for commuting during weekdays, and then I hope to ride it for short trips on weekends. There are so many different electric bicycles on the market that I can't decide. Going to an offline store to understand and...
  6. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Are you doing electric bike reviews? hh.:D Ride1up seems to have been recommended by quite a few people, I am investigating it.
  7. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Thanks for your recommendation and suggestions. I have checked the ride1up website and their appearance may not be attractive enough for me.
  8. J

    Has anyone used EBYCCO electric bikes before?

    Sincere question: I am choosing an electric bicycle for myself recently. I'm really confused. I have looked at several brands, including himiway, wired, ebycco, etc. The price of himiway is a bit expensive. I am currently leaning towards the following model of ebycco. Has anyone used Ebycco...
  9. J

    Help finding a suitable ebike

    According to the environment you are in, I suggest you choose fat tires , which can adapt to various terrains and have better wear resistance. In addition, choose a high-power electric bike.
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