Any recent buyers have fun with their X3 Pros yet?

Bmr4life

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Looks like a ton of new buyers have received their X3 Pros within the last couple weeks. Any new users want to share their riding adventures?
 
Looks like a ton of new buyers have received their X3 Pros within the last couple weeks. Any new users want to share their riding adventures?
I am over 300 weekend miles on mine and am loving it. The longest ride i have done is 38 miles and I still had 45% battery.
Things i like:
- range
- power
- comfort
- It's fun!

Things that don't really work:
- the derailleur is the wrong one (Shimano Tourney and not Altus) and it is crap.
- the USB ports do not charge anything
- there are extra connectors and no indication as to what they do
- no manual
- I have been unable to find a rack or even a bottle holder that fits.

I am going to be writing to Wallke this week to see how they respond.

All in all, very pleased. :)
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I agree with all the points that Kevin said! I've done over 125 miles with 1st week on this bike and I am really liking it.

The WPAS really works! I've gotten killer range so far (over 60 miles on one charge), I pedal a lot and use assist on bigger hills (I live fairly hilly area).

I would add a few things that Wallke should address for future bikes:

1. Standard seat post size - not having a standard seat post is a major draw back and really sort of limits the ability to easily swap out the seat post to a suspension post.
2. Handle bar size - this bike is 65 lbs and should have wider handle bars - 720mm at a min to help with the cockpit spacing and control of the bike.
3. Better "how to" videos - on adjusting the suspension, the derailer and the brakes specifically - these sorts of videos cost them nothing and would build the community support.
 
I am over 300 weekend miles on mine and am loving it. The longest ride i have done is 38 miles and I still had 45% battery.
Things i like:
- range
- power
- comfort
- It's fun!

Things that don't really work:
- the derailleur is the wrong one (Shimano Tourney and not Altus) and it is crap.
- the USB ports do not charge anything
- there are extra connectors and no indication as to what they do
- no manual
- I have been unable to find a rack or even a bottle holder that fits.

I am going to be writing to Wallke this week to see how they respond.

All in all, very pleased. :)
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@Kevin M
So glad to hear you’re a fan! I have over 800 miles on mine since June.
Email [email protected] and request they send you the Altus.
The USB port on the phone holder charges your phone and may be disconnected. Trace the cord to the connection to see if properly seated.
There’s a manual on Wallke website but for any technical questions, you can always email them or contact @Max Black who works at Wallke.

here is a great rack and bag that fits seat post.
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I agree with all the points that Kevin said! I've done over 125 miles with 1st week on this bike and I am really liking it.

The WPAS really works! I've gotten killer range so far (over 60 miles on one charge), I pedal a lot and use assist on bigger hills (I live fairly hilly area).

I would add a few things that Wallke should address for future bikes:

1. Standard seat post size - not having a standard seat post is a major draw back and really sort of limits the ability to easily swap out the seat post to a suspension post.
2. Handle bar size - this bike is 65 lbs and should have wider handle bars - 720mm at a min to help with the cockpit spacing and control of the bike.
3. Better "how to" videos - on adjusting the suspension, the derailer and the brakes specifically - these sorts of videos cost them nothing and would build the community support.
Thank you a lot for your suggestions. I will forward your messages to my colleague. We will try our best to turn your suggestions into reality.
 
I am over 300 weekend miles on mine and am loving it. The longest ride i have done is 38 miles and I still had 45% battery.
Things i like:
- range
- power
- comfort
- It's fun!

Things that don't really work:
- the derailleur is the wrong one (Shimano Tourney and not Altus) and it is crap.
- the USB ports do not charge anything
- there are extra connectors and no indication as to what they do
- no manual
- I have been unable to find a rack or even a bottle holder that fits.

I am going to be writing to Wallke this week to see how they respond.

All in all, very pleased. :)
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I was thinking the same thing where to put a water bottle!!!
I'm thinking ill put a medium sized cycle bag on the handle bars maybe throw a bottle in there ...
 
Hey Ive only had mine a little over a month so Im still considered a recent buyer right? I have an issue with the headlight being stuck on but Ive still been able to ride the X3 Pro.

Here's a recent video I made of me enjoying my X3 Pro.

 
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I’m having too much fun to write any review yet but here’s some pics
 

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423 miles since sept 24. longest run was 43 miles according to strava app. ran my battery down to 8%. mixed PAS 2 to 5
 
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Looks like a ton of new buyers have received their X3 Pros within the last couple weeks. Any new users want to share their riding adventures?

Got the bike on 10/4/20 and have been riding it every chance I get. My wife just received her Lectric XP Walk Through, so we folded up the bikes, put them in bins (hers in a bin, mine in a deck box 😂😂) loaded the pickup bed, and left CT for Cape Cod. These photos were from our 2nd day of riding on the Cape on 10/18/20. This ride was approx. 22 miles. Barely put a dent in the battery and I was riding a lot of Level 3 and playing with the throttle just to try and 'use up' some battery! This was from the Shining Sea Bikeway (North Falmouth to Woods Hole and back - Cape Cod MA). Extremely sceninc route and I encourage all to give it a shot if you are in the area. Very E-bike friendly as well. No problems and a lot of compliments.
 

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Got the bike on 10/4/20 and have been riding it every chance I get. My wife just received her Lectric XP Walk Through, so we folded up the bikes, put them in bins (hers in a bin, mine in a deck box 😂😂) loaded the pickup bed, and left CT for Cape Cod. These photos were from our 2nd day of riding on the Cape on 10/18/20. This ride was approx. 22 miles. Barely put a dent in the battery and I was riding a lot of Level 3 and playing with the throttle just to try and 'use up' some battery! This was from the Shining Sea Bikeway (North Falmouth to Woods Hole and back - Cape Cod MA). Extremely sceninc route and I encourage all to give it a shot if you are in the area. Very E-bike friendly as well. No problems and a lot of compliments.

Great Pics 406, I have an XP and the Wallke has been on my short list for awhile. Nice job!
 
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