Information on the Spark Bike Blade?

Thumper

New Member
Hi all,

I've been watching Juiced Bikes for a while and was excited to see the progress of the scramblers. I never realised they wouldn't be shipping to BC, Canada (that's where I am), it was disappointing when I found out.

Then I came across the Blade from Spark Bikes, who as you may well know are a Canadian company. It looks very similar to the scramblers, and I can only assume it comes out of the same Chinese factory?

I was just wondering whether anyone has managed to get their hands on one of these? What is the build quality like?
Do you reckon they're reliable enough?
I wonder how many design modifications Spark has put in, or is it straight out of the factory with their sticker slapped on?
I do like the massive 17ah battery too even if it is a 48 compared to the Juiced 52.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers, Dan
 

Xlines

New Member
Hi all,

I've been watching Juiced Bikes for a while and was excited to see the progress of the scramblers. I never realised they wouldn't be shipping to BC, Canada (that's where I am), it was disappointing when I found out.

Then I came across the Blade from Spark Bikes, who as you may well know are a Canadian company. It looks very similar to the scramblers, and I can only assume it comes out of the same Chinese factory?

I was just wondering whether anyone has managed to get their hands on one of these? What is the build quality like?
Do you reckon they're reliable enough?
I wonder how many design modifications Spark has put in, or is it straight out of the factory with their sticker slapped on?
I do like the massive 17ah battery too even if it is a 48 compared to the Juiced 52.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers, Dan
I have been using the Blade for over a month now. I ordered mine when it was still at preorder so I got the $50 discount.
I have ridden it for almost 1000km now. It can do 80km in 1 charge but that’s mostly on pedal assist and not using the throttle. Mind you I live in the Winnipeg and i weight 155lbs at 5’6”. For a bigger and heavier guy, that distance will be less. Terrain is also another big factor. I think it’s a worthy investment. So far I haven’t had any problems with the bike. I feel that the bike is built well.
I wanted the Juiced scrambler before I saw this. Juiced scrambler is close to a barebone bike compare whats already included in the Blade.
 
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