The New 2015 Prodeco Phantom XR
So, what do you all think?
That explains why I was unable to look up the component group/specs. BTW - I may test ride an ST1 Elite tomorrow, I'm pretty happy with my Dash's weight and speed but the pedal assist is kinda wonky so why not look around, demo bikes, etc. The Stromer is supposed to have nice PAS, although I would probably do well to wait for the rich folks down in La Jolla to trade in their Platinum's for ST-Tooz in March. -Sthis photo was released as a teaser to get some buzz going I suspect.
arourke, if you wait for the next best thing you will always be waiting not riding! Think about all you've done with the bike you have... You will use this one up and the next one you get will blow away anything available today. I have an early 1980's road bike, a 2000's hybrid and a 2014 e-bike, and I know there will be more great bikes in my future that will put all three to shame. I just want to be done with what I have or just add to them.I think it looks great. Makes me wish I had held off on my purchase.
That's an old design.Hello,
I'm new to this forum and new to ebikes. I'm considering this (new?) Phantom model by Prodeco: http://www.goprodecoebikes.com/prodeco-phantom-xli-e-bike/ Anybody have any info on it? Does it seem like an improvement on previous Phantoms?
I'd be using it for occasional rides of 40-50 miles in and around NYC. I'd like to use it mainly as an assist on hills. (Don't mind sweating.)