Easy Motion EasyGo Street Review

Easy Motion Easygo Street Electric Bike Review
Easy Motion Easygo Street
Easy Motion Easygo Street 250 Watt Planetary Geared Hub Motor
Easy Motion Easygo Street Compact Battery Box Lithium Ion Samsung Cells
Easy Motion Easygo Street Six Speed Sis Shifter Lcd Panel
Easy Motion Easygo Street Adjustable Kickstand Plastic Pedals
Easy Motion Easygo Street Basic Zoom Suspension Fork
Easy Motion Easygo Street Plastic Chain Guard Rear Carry Rack
Easy Motion Easygo Street Removable Backlit Lcd Display Panel
Easy Motion Easygo Street Spanninga Led Headlight
Easy Motion Easygo Street Electric Bike Review
Easy Motion Easygo Street
Easy Motion Easygo Street 250 Watt Planetary Geared Hub Motor
Easy Motion Easygo Street Compact Battery Box Lithium Ion Samsung Cells
Easy Motion Easygo Street Six Speed Sis Shifter Lcd Panel
Easy Motion Easygo Street Adjustable Kickstand Plastic Pedals
Easy Motion Easygo Street Basic Zoom Suspension Fork
Easy Motion Easygo Street Plastic Chain Guard Rear Carry Rack
Easy Motion Easygo Street Removable Backlit Lcd Display Panel
Easy Motion Easygo Street Spanninga Led Headlight

Summary

  • A light weight, low-step, city style electric bike with fenders, chain guard, a rear carry rack and independent LED headlight
  • Short seat tube and reach distance make this a great choice for petite riders, only available in one size and color (16.5" and white with red accents)
  • Basic suspension fork, Selle Royal gel saddle, swept back handlebar and medium 1.75" tires deliver comfort and offer a more upright seating position
  • Smaller 250 watt motor and 208 watt hour battery limit range and climbing ability while the lower 15.5 mph top speed and torque sensing assist bring it up a bit, no throttle mode

Video Review

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Introduction

Make:

Easy Motion

Model:

Easy Go Street

Price:

$1,699

Body Position:

Upright

Suggested Use:

Neighborhood, Urban

Electric Bike Class:

Pedal Assist (Class 1)
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Warranty:

2 Year Comprehensive, Optional 5 Year Upgrade When Registered (Does Not Include Battery)

Availability:

United States, Europe

Model Year:

2016

Bicycle Details

Total Weight:

43.8 lbs (19.86 kg)

Battery Weight:

2.9 lbs (1.31 kg)

Frame Material:

Aluminum Alloy

Frame Sizes:

16.25 in (41.27 cm)

Geometry Measurements:

16.25" Seat Tube, 21" Reach, 69" Length, 20.5" Stand Over Height

Frame Types:

Step-Thru

Frame Colors:

Satin Black, Gloss Red

Frame Fork Details:

Basic Zoom Suspension

Attachment Points:

Rear Rack Bosses

Gearing Details:

6 Speed 1x6 Shimano Tourney TX, 46/36/26T

Shifter Details:

Shimano SIS TX50

Pedals:

VP Plastic Platform

Headset:

Semi-Integrated 1" 1/18

Handlebar:

North Road Upright, Aluminum Alloy

Brake Details:

Mechanical V Brakes, Long Levers with Ball Ends and Motor Inhibitors

Grips:

Flat Rubber

Saddle:

Selle Royal Freeway

Seat Post:

Aluminum Alloy

Seat Post Length:

165 mm

Seat Post Diameter:

31.6 mm

Rims:

Alexrims DM18, Double Wall Aluminum Alloy

Spokes:

Stainless Steel, Black 14G Front 13G Rear

Tire Brand:

26" x 1.75"

Wheel Sizes:

26 in (66.04cm)

Tube Details:

Schrader Valve

Accessories:

Rear Carry Rack (Maximum Load 25 kg), Plastic Chain Guard, Front and Rear Plastic Fenders with Mud Flaps, Independent Spanninga GaLeo LED Headlight, Single Side Adjustable Length Kickstand, Portable 2 Amp Charger (Weighs ~1.4 lbs), Protective Pouch for LCD Display

Other:

Automatic Deep Sleep Battery Mode for Improved Lifespan, Cartridge Bearing Bottom Bracket, KMC Z50 Chain

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

Dapu

Motor Type:

Rear-Mounted Geared Hub
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Motor Nominal Output:

250 watts

Motor Peak Output:

432 watts

Battery Brand:

Samsung

Battery Voltage:

36 volts

Battery Amp Hours:

5.8 ah

Battery Watt Hours:

208.8 wh

Battery Chemistry:

Lithium-ion

Charge Time:

2.5 hours

Estimated Min Range:

10 miles (16 km)

Estimated Max Range:

28 miles (45 km)

Display Type:

Removable LCD, Backlit

Readouts:

Speed, Total (Distance Traveled, Time Ridden, Top Speed), Trip (Distance Traveled, Time Ridden, Top Speed), Distance to Go, Battery Charge Level (5 Bars and Percentage), Assist Level (0%, 30%, 50%, 70%, 100%)

Display Accessories:

LED Charge Level Indicator on Battery (4 Dots)

Drive Mode:

Torque Sensing Pedal Assist (TMM4 Torque Sensor)

Top Speed:

15.5 mph (25 kph)(Up to 20 mph with Rigorous Pedaling)

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Written Review

The EasyGo Street is an entry level step-thru city bike (or almost a cruiser) with lots of accessories for improved utility and comfort. Compared to the other EasyGo offering, the Race, this electric bike is $400 more expensive but really geared towards a different customer. Frankly, it would be my choice between the two bikes but it’s a bit small for my body size (I’m about 5 foot 9 inches). The low-step frame is easy to mount and stand over at stop signs but feels solid thanks to the double downtube design and wider more rigid bottom tube. It looks beautiful in gloss white with red accents and the fork and grips tie in nicely. Easy Motion is part of BH, a bicycle company from Spain dating back to 1909… These guys emphasize the bicycle aspects of their ebikes first and integrate electric drive systems in a way that preserves the aesthetic and emphasizes active riding. It uses a torque sensor vs. cadence which means you have to push in order to activate the motor and there’s no throttle.

Being an entry-level offering, many of the components and accessories are lower quality. That includes the Shimano Tourney TX drivetrain and shifter which are bottom of the line. You get six speeds and considering the more limited 15.5 mph top assisted speed of this electric bike, that’s fine… and honestly, I didn’t struggle hitting 20 mph on flats when pedaling in the higher gears, I just noticed that the motor wasn’t helping as much. This performance limitation becomes a strength in terms of maximizing range and taking advantage of the smaller 250 watt motor and 36 volt 5.8 amp hour battery pack. This electric bike is specced more like what you’d see in Europe where e-bike laws are more restrictive. In the USA however, I’m used to seeing 20 mph top speeds with 350 watt motors and 36 volt 10 amp hour batteries that will climb more effectively and feel zippier with a cadence sensor and sometimes even a throttle. BH’s Easy Motion has offered this sort of performance with past Neo and Evo models that you can still find but seems to be standardizing more of their ebikes, trying to keep prices low and promoting the Class 1 pedal assist only configuration. If you’re looking for a petite bike like this one but want more power consider the Easy Motion Evo Eco Lite. Another very similarly sized but much more powerful electric bike than either of these is the Pedego 24″ Step-Thru Cruiser for comparison and if you want even more power and lights check out the Pedego 24″ Step-Thru Interceptor model which can be fitted with color matched fenders. Both of these bikes are upwards of 15 pounds heavier than the EasyGo Street… and that’s going to impact transport and riding in a big way, it’s why I called it an “almost cruiser” earlier. It’s a more active bike that feels relaxed in some ways but is meant for pedaling and really empowering you as a rider vs. take you along on something that behaves more like a vehicle.

I’m a fan of this design and would love to see more sizes and perhaps an even lower price point in the future. Adding a rear light built into the battery would be phenomenal and possibly allowing the US version to easily reach 20 mph as well. Given that the bike offers four levels of assist, I wouldn’t mind if the highest level was a bit more responsive and zippy because my knee gets sensitive when pushing too hard. I love that the rear rack is rated for 25 kg (55 lbs) so you could add a child seat or basket and that it includes bungee cord connector spots and pannier blockers to keep your bags from bumping the wheels and spokes but I didn’t love how rattly the fenders were… perhaps mine just needed some adjustment :)

Pros:

  • Extremely affordable for a brand name electric bike, especially given their vast dealer network and solid two year warranty (five if you register the bike)
  • Very light weight at ~44 pounds, especially considering the fenders, chain guard, rack and suspension fork
  • Excellent LCD display system, it includes lots of very detailed feedback including speed, total and trip range time and top speed, assist level and it’s backlit and removable!
  • The TMM4 torque sensor is smooth and efficient, it will increase the range of this bike compared with a cadence sensor pedal assist but does require more pedal input from the rider so you’ll work harder
  • Compact ~1.4 pound charger is easy to take along to top off along the way for increased range, it uses a fancy magnetic socket called the EnergyBus standard
  • High quality appearance, nice paint and matching fork resemble the more expensive Easy Motion electric bikes
  • Decent comfort thanks to the wider tires, gel saddle, swept back handlebar and suspension fork but there are no adjustments on the fork and it has limited travel
  • Six speeds is decent for a more affordable bike with the limited top speed and not everyone wants to go fast so this bike delivers a more controlled bicycle-like experience which they might enjoy
  • I appreciate the kickstand and how all of the wires were run through the frame for improved aesthetic and durability, there are even two black rubber bands that hold the brake inhibitor wires close to the bar to reduce clutter
  • The motor is mounted with torque arms for improved strength and the power cable is tucked in closer to the hub vs. coming in from the axle on the side (which means it’s more protected if the bike tips)

Cons:

  • The headlight is great to have but runs off of independent batteries so don’t forget to turn it off after each ride! I wish there was a rear light as well, seems like they could add a few LED’s onto the battery pack
  • The motor power cable enters from the end of the axle and is more exposed than on some of the other Easy Motion e-bikes where it runs into the side and is tucked in near to the frame (which helps reduce snags, bending and wear if the bike tips over)
  • You pretty much have to take the battery pack off the bike with you when parked… it doesn’t lock to the frame, thankfully it’s compact and light weight but you’ll still be carrying ~3 lbs with you at all times
  • Motor power really drops off above ~15.5 mph, I could hear it operating up to ~20 mph but the power was significantly reduced even when riding with the highest level of pedal assist and pushing hard
  • No quick release skewer on either wheel which would make it easier to transport or perform maintenance
  • The fenders rattled more than some of the higher quality bikes, you can hear it in the video review above when I travel over bumpier terrain
  • The motor continues to output power even after you stop pedaling and sort of fades out, I think this is designed to reduce the feeling of surge while pedaling and thankfully the brake levers have motor inhibitors for a more instant stop

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Comments (5) YouTube Comments

Jack Tyler
3 years ago

I’ve been (mostly) shopping among the more expensive ebikes. So what I appreciated most about this review is that it offers a helpful perspective on the tradeoff of lower cost vs. fewer (or less capable) features. And it does offer value: Very quiet motor, the BH warranty (extendable to 5 years) and wider dealer network, the classy appearance, BH reliability and enough capability to serve as a reliable in-town commuter. Interestingly, it helped confirm for me that more features, longer range and more power is the right choice for me…but it’s easy to see how this would suit many potential ebike urban riders. The #1 ‘mod’ I would make with this bike is buy a second battery and the extended range it promises. Court, any notion of how much cost that would add to the equation? At 3# it’s not much more weight than the charger, so one carries almost no extra weight if otherwise needing to charge at the office and yet gains more range for weekend rides. Choices are always nice. ;)

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Court
3 years ago

Hi Jack! I appreciate your feedback and am glad you found value with this review. You zeroed in on some of the key benefits of less noise, great warranty and wider dealer network and it sounds like you’re getting close to a decision on something. To be clear, the battery is ~2.9 lbs and the charger is ~1.4 lbs so it’s double but because they are both relatively light weight maybe that’s not an issue? The dealer I spoke with tends to sell accessories for less and talked about the mid $300’s for price but I cannot speak for other dealers, I would guess $400 is close. If you’re able to fit onto the bike and prefer an active pedaling type of ride then this is a solid choice in my opinion :)

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Terry
3 years ago

Hi Court, any plans of reviewing EASY MOTION EASYGO VOLT 2016 bike soon? From the manufacturer’s site, it shows this bike uses a 216Wh battery, if that is correct, it means I could check in this bike when I fly, right?

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Court
3 years ago

Hi Terry, I do hope to review this and other Emotion bikes soon-ish. Can’t comment on the flight restrictions for Lithium-ion battery packs… seems like they have been changing recently and maybe getting more strict due to the Hoverboard fires? On small private planes I believe it’s alright and some people just pass their small kick scooters off as being non-electric but I’ve never done it.

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Terry
3 years ago

Great, look forward to that review… soon-ish! :-)

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