Electric Bike Company Model M Review

Electric Bike Company Model M Electric Bike Review
Electric Bike Company Model M
Electric Bike Company Model M Mxus Xf15r Geared Hub Motor 60nm Torque
Electric Bike Company Model M Front Basket With 48 Volt 10 5 Ah Battery Pack In Base
Electric Bike Company Model M Swept Back Cruiser Handlebar Locking Grips
Electric Bike Company Model M Color Lcd Display Kt 8h With Usb Charging Port
Electric Bike Company Model M Advanced Display Settings Kt Lcd 8h
Electric Bike Company Model M Control Pad For Adjusting Assist Levels
Electric Bike Company Model M Trigger Throttle On Right
Electric Bike Company Model M 24x2 124 Tires Steel Fork
Electric Bike Company Model M 180mm Hydraulic Disc Brakes Quad Piston Calipers Tektro Dorado
Electric Bike Company Model M Blaze Lite Bl3002 Headlight
Electric Bike Company Model M Charging Port And On Off Toggle Switch
Electric Bike Company Model M Two Integrated Rear Lights And Spanninga Solo Blinking Light On Rack
Electric Bike Company Model M 56 Tooth Alloy Chainring Wellgo Platform Pedals 12 Magnet Sealed Cadence Sensor
Electric Bike Company Model M Grand Star Oversized Saddle Comfort Bumpers Adjustable Center Kickstand
Electric Bike Company Model M Bottom Bracket Square Spindle
Electric Bike Company Model M Ebike
Electric Bike Company Model M 3 5 Amp Fast Charger With Fuse
Electric Bike Company Model M Stock Step Thru Blue
Electric Bike Company Model M Electric Bike Review
Electric Bike Company Model M
Electric Bike Company Model M Mxus Xf15r Geared Hub Motor 60nm Torque
Electric Bike Company Model M Front Basket With 48 Volt 10 5 Ah Battery Pack In Base
Electric Bike Company Model M Swept Back Cruiser Handlebar Locking Grips
Electric Bike Company Model M Color Lcd Display Kt 8h With Usb Charging Port
Electric Bike Company Model M Advanced Display Settings Kt Lcd 8h
Electric Bike Company Model M Control Pad For Adjusting Assist Levels
Electric Bike Company Model M Trigger Throttle On Right
Electric Bike Company Model M 24x2 124 Tires Steel Fork
Electric Bike Company Model M 180mm Hydraulic Disc Brakes Quad Piston Calipers Tektro Dorado
Electric Bike Company Model M Blaze Lite Bl3002 Headlight
Electric Bike Company Model M Charging Port And On Off Toggle Switch
Electric Bike Company Model M Two Integrated Rear Lights And Spanninga Solo Blinking Light On Rack
Electric Bike Company Model M 56 Tooth Alloy Chainring Wellgo Platform Pedals 12 Magnet Sealed Cadence Sensor
Electric Bike Company Model M Grand Star Oversized Saddle Comfort Bumpers Adjustable Center Kickstand
Electric Bike Company Model M Bottom Bracket Square Spindle
Electric Bike Company Model M Ebike
Electric Bike Company Model M 3 5 Amp Fast Charger With Fuse
Electric Bike Company Model M Stock Step Thru Blue

Summary

  • A super approachable wave style step-thru cruiser with small 24" wheels that keep the frame low to the ground. Assembled and customized in America. Extremely well supported with great customer service and an industry leading five year comprehensive warranty! Ships fully assembled, 100% ready to ride. Extra emphasis on charger and battery quality here with extra fuses and higher quality parts.
  • Comes standard with bright integrated lights (two 6-LED lights on the rear!) Optional rear rack comes with a blinking tail light pre-installed. Powerful 180mm hydraulic disc brakes with thick 2.3mm rotors, quad piston calipers, and large adjustable-reach levers with motor inhibitors. Color LCD display with full sized USB charging port on the side, lots of adjustment options in the display settings.
  • Highly adjustable drive modes offer Class 1, 2, or 3 operation (pedal assist, throttle, and 25mph options). The variable speed trigger throttle is easy to use and the sealed 12-magnet cadence sensor performs consistently. Extra large saddle and long steel handlebar provide great comfort, but EBC sells an optional seat post and suspension fork upgrade for further comfort.
  • Amazing range of upgrade options including high capacity battery pack for extended range (20ah vs. 10.5ah), paint matched steel fenders and chain cover (or real wood), MIK compatible rear rack, cup holder and waterproof speakers, bags and custom-painted baskets... Price jumps considerably if you change from the stock white color, shipping costs extra, the headlight does not point where you steer, steel parts can rust if scratched (but they include touch-up paint).

Video Review

Introduction

Make:

Electric Bike Company

Model:

Model M (Mini)

Price:

$1,699 ($189 Shipping in Lower 48 US Fully Assembled, $2,834 as Shown in Review)

Body Position:

Upright Relaxed

Suggested Use:

Neighborhood, Cruising, Urban

Electric Bike Class:

Throttle on Demand (Class 2), Speed Pedelec (Class 3)
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Warranty:

5 Year Comprehensive, 10 Year Motor and Frame

Availability:

United States, Canada, Worldwide

Model Year:

2021

Bicycle Details

Total Weight:

57 lbs (25.85 kg) (63lbs as Shown in Review)

Battery Weight:

5.9 lbs (2.67 kg)

Motor Weight:

8 lbs (3.62 kg)

Frame Material:

6061 Aluminum Alloy

Frame Sizes:

16.25 in (41.27 cm)

Geometry Measurements:

16.2" Seat Tube Length, 25.5" Virtual Top Tube Length, 18" Reach, 16" Stand Over Height, 30.5" Minimum Saddle Height, 37.5" Maximum Saddle Height, 32" Width, 48" Wheelbase, 72.5" Length

Frame Types:

Step-Thru

Frame Colors:

Gloss White, (Optional Custom Color $399)

Frame Fork Details:

Rigid Steel, 100mm Hub Spacing, 9mm Axle with Quick Release Skewer

Frame Rear Details:

135mm Hub Spacing, 12mm Threaded Keyed Axle with 18mm Nuts

Attachment Points:

Rear Rack Bosses, Front Basket, Fender Bosses

Gearing Details:

1 Single Speed, 18 Tooth Sprocket, (Optional Shimano Altus Derailleur with 14 to 28 Tooth Freewheel)

Shifter Details:

Optional Shimano Triggers on Right (One-Way High, Three-Shift Low)

Cranks:

Aluminum Alloy, 170mm Crank Arms, Square Tapered Spindle, 56 Tooth Aluminum Alloy Chainring (Aluminum Alloy Guard Included for 7-Speed Upgrade)

Pedals:

Wellgo Aluminum Alloy Platform with Rubber Tread

Headset:

Integrated Cartridge Bearing, Threaded Quill, Straight 1-1/8" Diameter

Stem:

Aluminum Alloy Quill, Adjustable Angle, 0° to 60°, Adjustable Height, 100mm Length, 25.4mm Clamp Diameter

Handlebar:

Steel, Oversized Cruiser Style, 700mm Width

Brake Details:

Tektro Dorado Hydraulic Disc with 180mm Extra Thick 2.3mm Rotors, Tektro E23 Quad Piston Calipers, Tektro Dorado Three or Four Finger Levers with Motor Inhibitors, Adjustable Reach, and Ball Ends

Grips:

Padded Stitched, Inner and Outer Lock Rings

Saddle:

Grand Star, Oversized Comfort with Rubber Bumpers

Seat Post:

Aluminum Alloy with Tapered Top, Separate Single Bolt Saddle Clamp

Seat Post Length:

300 mm

Seat Post Diameter:

30.4 mm

Rims:

Aluminum Alloy, Double Wall, Machined Sidewalls, 36 Hole, 32mm Outer Width

Spokes:

Stainless Steel, 12 Gauge, Silver with Brass Nipples

Tire Brand:

DURO, 24" x 2.125" (57-507)

Wheel Sizes:

24 in (60.96cm)

Tire Details:

30 to 50 PSI, 2.1 to 3.5 BAR, Nylon

Tube Details:

Schrader Valve

Accessories:

Paint-Matched Steel Chain Cover (Optional Wood Upgrade), Aluminum Alloy Front Basket with Steel Mesh Insert and Battery (50lb Capacity, Optional Custom Paint), Center Mount Adjustable Kickstand, BL3002 Blaze-Lite Integrated Headlight (2 LED), Two Integrated 3-LED Rear Lights (Solid), Color Matched Touch Up Paint, Optional Spanninga Solo Rear Light with Optional Rear Rack $129 (Blinking Mode), Optional Custom Spring Suspension Fork $149 (Color Matched, Compression Adjust, Preload Adjust, 80mm Travel), Optional SR Suntour NCX Suspension Seat Post $99, Optional Paint-Matched Steel Fenders with Reflective Mud Flaps $129, Optional Wood Fenders $299, Optional Flick Bell Light $35, Optional Floating Cup Holder $35, Optional Waterproof Handlebar Mounted Bluetooth Speaker $87, Optional Locks (U-Lock, Chain Lock, Folding Lock)

Other:

Fixed Front Basket Mounted Battery Pack with Replaceable Fuse, Smart BMS Overcharge Protection Limit, 1.8lb 3.5-4 Amp Charger, 350lb Max Weight, 20 Amp Motor Controller

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

MXUS XF15R (48 Volt)

Motor Type:

Rear-Mounted Geared Hub
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Motor Nominal Output:

500 watts

Motor Peak Output:

1000 watts

Motor Torque:

60 Newton meters

Battery Brand:

Samsung 35E 18650 Cells

Battery Voltage:

48 volts

Battery Amp Hours:

10.5 ah (Optional 20ah Upgrade)

Battery Watt Hours:

504 wh (Optional 960wh Upgrade)

Battery Chemistry:

Lithium-ion

Charge Time:

3.5 hours

Estimated Min Range:

25 miles (40 km)

Estimated Max Range:

80 miles (129 km)

Display Type:

KT LCD-8H, Fixed, Adjustable Angle, Backlit, 3.5" Color LCD

Readouts:

Battery Charge Level (4 Bars), Battery Voltage, Brake Inhibitor Icon, Lights Icon, Ambient Temperature, Assist Level (0-5), Motor Watts, Current Speed, Average Speed, Max Speed, Total Time, Trip Time, Trip Distance, Odometer

Display Accessories:

Independent Button Pad on Left, Buttons: Up, Power, Down, Press Power to Change Speed, Avg Speed, Max Speed, Hold Up to Activate Lights, Hold Down to Toggle Assist On/Off, USB Type A Port on Back Right Side of Display (5 Volts, 500mA), Independent On/Off Toggle Switch on Right Side of Basket Bracket, Hold Up and Down Just After Powering On for Settings Menus

Drive Mode:

Cadence Sensing Pedal Assist, Trigger Throttle (12 Magnet Sealed Sensor)

Top Speed:

20 mph (32 kph)(Can be Lowered or Raised to 25mph)


Written Review

This review was provided for free, but the Electric Bike Company did organize delivery of a temporary demo bike and accessories to test. My goal is to be transparent and unbiased with you, this video and writeup are not meant to be an endorsement of EBC products. I welcome your corrections, additions, and feedback in the comments below, and the Electric Bike Company forums.

Pros:

  • In my opinion, this ebike, the full sized step-thru Model Y, and high-step Model X, offer some of the best value of any cruiser style electric bike on the market right now if you just go with the stock build (white, no fenders or rack). The Model M is a “mini” version of the Model Y with 24″ tires vs. 26″ which lowers standover height, making the bike more approachable.
  • For those who are willing to spend a bit more, there are very few cruisers (or any ebikes for that matter) that offer so much customization! You can seriously choose any color, even metallic, and they will paint EVERYTHING. That includes the frame, fork (or suspension fork upgrade), fenders, chain ring, and even some of the optional basket accessories. You can get wood fenders, a water resistant speaker, a fancy cup holder, bags, a security system… it’s crazy, and it’s fun! The price for a stock bike is $1,699 but what you see in this review cost $2,834 USD because of the paint, wood fenders, and rear rack.
  • For me, comfort is a big deal and I like the upright body position of a more relaxed ebike. The Model M delivers on both points because the wider 2.125″ tires provide cushion, the long swept back steel handlebar keep you upright, the adjustable angle stem improves fit for many different sizes of riders, the padded grips, and oversized comfort saddle offers a lot of support. For those who want to go even further, Electric Bike Company sells a suspension seat post and suspension fork with lockout and preload adjust! To me, that’s just awesome…
  • With a higher max weight capacity of 350lbs, it’s nice to see that they really overbuilt the frame. Notice the oval shaped main tubes, steel fork vs. aluminum, and frame-mounted basket. Each of these design decisions helps to reduce frame flex and improve overall strength. Also, they spoke the wheels in house and use 36 hole vs. 32 or 24 and they use thicker 12 and 13 gauge spokes with corrosion resistant brass nipples.
  • Safety is an important consideration for me, so I’m glad that the stock color is white and I appreciate the premium integrated lights. Seriously, the lights are a big upgrade from what I usually see because the headlight has two LED’s and reflector and the rear has two 3-LED lights that are highly visible from the sides and rear. If you get the optional cargo rack, it comes with a built-in flashing light because the two smaller lights could get blocked by pannier bags. Very thoughtful, extremely good attention to detail here.
  • The stock single-speed drivetrain is super quiet and it’s highly unlikely that the chain will come off. This is not a drivetrain that will require much if any maintenance, and it’s workable given the strong 1,000 watt peak 60nm hub motor. For those who enjoy choosing different pedal speeds or plan to climb frequently, it’s great that you can pay just $149 extra for a 7-speed Shimano Altus derailleur with basic 14-28 tooth freewheel. They didn’t used to have this as an option, but it’s something that I personally would pay for if I were to buy one of these for myself.
  • Given the heavier build of this ebike and all of the cargo potential (50lbs on the rear rack and 50lbs in the front… though I’d go a little less than that up front), it’s great that the bike comes with such high quality brakes. To me, the 180mm hydraulic disc brakes with extra thick 2.3mm rotors and quad piston calipers are overkill, but you don’t see that reflected too much in the price. Large four finger brake levers offer adjustable reach to fit a range of hand sizes, and both brake levers have motor inhibitors to override assist and throttle instantly. This brake system is perfect.
  • The older Model X and Y that I reviewed in 2019 used grayscale LCDs that I thought were fine. The new ones are color, which is kind of neat, and they have a USB A charging port built into the back right side so you can maintain your smartphone or the optional Bluetooth wireless waterproof speaker.
  • The pedal assist sensor is sealed, making it durable agains dust and water, and positioned behind the chainring for protection. It performed well, starting quickly as I pedaled and cutting out almost immediately as I stopped. The trigger throttle behaved as expected and I appreciate that you can change how it works in the settings menu (offering full power override or being limited based on the chosen level of assist). At all times, the brake levers override assist and throttle for safety.
  • There are lots of options in the display panel including speed limit from 12mph up to 25mph, you can turn off pedal assist, enable or disable cruise control, change the units, or adjust how much power the throttle offers. Check their website for more info on which settings to adjust. Get into the menu by holding up and down immediately after powering the bike on, as demonstrated in the video review above.
  • I appreciate that the bike has two consecutive power switches for increased security and safety. The first is hidden near the basket bracket on the right side near the steer tube, and the second is the center button on the remote button pad (near the left grip). It’s nice to be able to switch both to off when parking, to further reduce the possibility of people tampering with the bike or accidentally activating the throttle.
  • Very powerful hub motor that looks great. This is an MXUS motor rated at 500 nominal and 1,000 watt peak. It provides up to 60 newton meters of torque and feels satisfying for flats or climbs. The two guest riders in this video also thought it was very powerful! Of course, the best way to use any hub motor for climbing really steep hills is to gain some speed going in and then pedal along (or shift to lower gears if you get the optional 7-speed drivetrain). The motor isn’t super loud and it’s almost hidden behind the disc brake (and optional freewheel).
  • The battery technology for all EBC ebikes use high quality cells and have fuses built-in to reduce the potential for failure and short life (even the battery charger has a fuse). EBC actually partnered with their battery cell supplier and specify that each cell have an individual fuse vs. just one for the entire pack. Like the brakes, it’s almost overkill but hasn’t drastically increased their price compared to the competition.
  • The founder of this company, Sean Lupton-Smith, is super friendly and authentic. All of his team is based in America and they assemble and customize all of the parts domestically, sourcing locally whenever possible. The support team is easy to get ahold of via phone or online (in my experience), and their 5 year comprehensive 10 year frame and motor warranty is one of the best that I have ever heard of. The Electric Bike Company has been around since 2013, and I’ve covered many of their products. They are even working on a charitable ebike program for South Africa based on the products being sold in America.
  • This is a bit of a side note, but the Model X can now be purchased with the same basket style battery as the Model Y and M if you wish. The alternative is a downtube mounted battery that connects to the frame and is removable. Note that the basket batteries can be upgraded from 10.5amp hours to 20 amp hours to increase your range if you pay extra.
  • Excellent charger choice for these ebikes, you get a faster 3.5-4 amp Constant Current Constant Voltage CCCV type charger with a metal case, fuse, and inbuilt fan. It’s another premium/reliable part.
  • While I was measuring the bike and studying for this review, I noticed that the minimum saddle height got 1.5 inches lower than the Model Y (which has larger wheels). At just 30.5″ tall, this is a very approachable ebike, especially with the super low 16″ stand over height (the part you stop over to mount the bike). I tried to demonstrate this in the video, and both test riders had no problem getting on and taking it for a spin!
  • Overall, very nice aesthetic with internally routed cables and clean wire wraps. They purposefully skipped bottle cage bosses and added a metal shield at the seat tube for strength and style. For those who do need a bottle holder, they sell a handlebar mounted “floating” cup holder.

Cons:

  • These tend to be fairly heavy electric bikes, like most cruisers with baskets, optional fenders, and rear racks. Electric Bike Company had to reinforce the frame for strength (to reduce any flexing) and to guarantee the maximum 350lb weight rating. Their website says the bike weighs 57lbs without the rear rack and fender. I weighed this demo bike at ~63lbs with wooden fenders, chain cover, and rear rack. You cannot easily remove the battery to reduce that weight for lifting.
  • If you do opt for the wood fenders, shown on this demo bike, the front fender goes pretty low and can strike steps and curbs because the 24″ wheels are so small. The steel fenders have a flexible rubberized flap at the end so they won’t get damaged. Also, the large chainring can have curb and obstacle strikes because of the smaller wheels on this bike, I noticed it touching when I walked the bike down some steps during my preparation for the review… go slow and be careful.
  • I love how the battery looks, hidden in the front basket, but it’s not easily removable to reduce weight or to make charging easier. Since it’s stuck to the bike, and the bike is huge, you may have difficulty parking in a cool dry environment and near a plug. The cords for the charger aren’t super long, so I found that I had to park the bike very close to a wall outlet, or use an extension cord. Note that extreme heat is hard on lithum-ion batteries and extreme cold will temporarily stunt their range (halving it usually).
  • The included charger is great in that it has a durable case and built-in fuse for safety, but it’s also really large and fairly heavy. This makes it less fun to tote around, but at least it offers 3.5-4 amp output for faster charging (most chargers I see are just 2 amp). Another trade-off is that the built-in fan can be kind of loud.
  • As great as the 2-LED headlight is, they mounted it directly to the basket vs. the fork or handlebar, so it doesn’t turn as you steer. I still think this is a good solution, because it won’t be low or get blocked by cargo in the basket… but it does compromise how your bath is illuminated. The headlight has a reflective surface and wide lens that spreads the light out pretty well, so it does a good job with safety.
  • The tires on this particular model are kind of basic compared to the full sized Model Y or X. They don’t have a label stating puncture protection and they don’t have reflective stripes for improved visibility. Also, the bike didn’t fit super well in my car rack (the Küat Sherpa) possibly due to the smaller wheels with higher attack angle… the bike kind of hung off the rack at the back, but I did make it home safely.
  • This is a minor complaint, but the frame doesn’t have any bottle cage bosses. To bring a drink, you’ll either need to pay extra for a rear rack with some sort of trunk bag bottle holster like this, or purchase their “Ultimate Beverage Holder Liquid Caddy” accessory. It clutters the handlebars a bit, but does tilt as you steer and brake, and it works best with cans or smaller cups vs. actual bike bottles. You can see it in action on my review for the Model R.
  • This ebike was designed as a single speed, which has the benefits of reduced weight, noise, and complexity but limits how easy and efficient it is to pedal… especially for climbing. Thankfully, they do offer a basic 7-speed Shimano Altus drivetrain upgrade now for $149, and that might be worth getting if you’re a more active pedaler :)
  • I like how the kickstand looks, appreciate the adjustable length, and feel that it supports the bike well, but it is positioned at the center of the frame so you can end up with pedal lock when rolling the bike backwards or if you just spin the pedals backwards as shown in the video review above.
  • The fork, handlebar, chain cover, and optional fenders are all made from steel (unless you buy the wooden fenders). Steel is strong, dampens vibration, and tends to be quiet, but it can start to rust if it gets scratched. Keep this in mind and use the touch-up paint on the fork, fenders, and chain cover if you do get a scratch. Thankfully, the front basket is aluminum alloy (along with the main frame), so they won’t rust.
  • The frame only comes in one size, but they include a 0-60 degree adjustable stem and the the handlebar can be swiveled up. The seat post also slides up and down to accommodate a wide range of riders. I was actually very impressed with how low the saddle could go because of how they position the optional rear rack. This makes the bike more approachable for people who want to put their feet flat on the ground when stopped. Note that even though the Model M is considered the “mini” model, the frame is actually the same as the Model Y, only the wheels and tires are different.
  • Despite the double-tube design of the step-thru frame, there is still some frame flex when you pedal hard or turn quickly. This is especially true if the front basket or optional rear rack are loaded with cargo. Frankly, I think they did better than average with frame strength here, this is just a general trade-off for most deep wave step-thrus.
  • The weight of the basket and battery up front make the bike a little tippier thank products with a low center-mounted battery pack and mid-drive. The motor and battery on the Model M balance out front to rear pretty well, I just noticed the tippier feeling when trying to ride with no hands. Thankfully, the wider tires and sturdy frame prevented speed wobble and overall it feels pretty good. Note that only the front wheel offers quick release, because the hub motor at the rear attaches with nuts… so changing a flat back there isn’t as easy.
  • You can angle the display to reduce glare but it isn’t completely removable, this means that it could get scratched at a public bike rack and take more weather wear when parking outside for extended periods. It’s plastic.
  • The battery in the front basket is protected with a rubberized mat cover and I have not heard of any customer issues, but I do wonder about loading a bunch of weight on top, since the basket is rated for 50lbs. Remember that heat can be hard on batteries, so don’t put very hot things on top. The open mesh basket and aluminum alloy structure probably allows heat to dissipate fairly well.
  • Be careful with the right side of the rear axle because the motor cable protrudes here and could get snagged or bent if the bike tips over, this is a design vulnerability than many hub motors experience and just something to be considerate of as the owner.
  • I don’t love that the default setup here is for the trigger throttle power output to be limited by the chosen level of assist. I prefer when the throttles let you access full power at any time, so that you don’t have to click any buttons on the display pad. This is because I like to save power and use lower assist when pedaling but then override with the throttle to climb hills or catch up with friends. Thankfully, this can be adjusted in the display settings (along with top speed). You can reach this menu by holding up and down immediately after clicking the power button.
  • It can be a little confusing when starting the bike because pedal assist may not be active. You have to hold the down arrow to activate it each time you start the bike. Many competing bikes just always have PAS active as well as the throttle, but I guess you could look at the EBC design as more options. I just wish it stayed put once you selected it… same with the lights.

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