First Batch of Evelo Omegas Has Landed

Alaskan

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The first containers of the new Eveleo Omegas have landed in the Port of Tacoma, cleared customs and found their way to the Evelo distribution warehouse. Many but not all of the bikes were already ordered and reserved but there are still bikes available. Any bike ordered now should ship within a week or so, something quite rare in today's ebike market.

My Omega is replacing a stolen Aurora Limited, an ebike I really enjoyed riding. The Omega has puts out 10% more torque, has around 10% larger battery and weighs about 10 pounds less. It has a cleaner simpler look with the internal battery, an optional second battery
and more conventional chain and seat stays and deeper step through. Otherwise it has the same drive train and brakes as the Aurora.

I am really looking forward to customizing and riding it soon.
EVELO-Omega-22-2_446ae765-862e-4039-9a1b-e30f6baf019f_1800x1800.jpg
 

CodyDog

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Region
USA
City
Texas Hill Country/Banana Belt, Colorado
Looking forward ton your thoughts on the bike after riding for awhile.
 

Marci jo

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Region
Other
City
Central Mn
The first containers of the new Eveleo Omegas have landed in the Port of Tacoma, cleared customs and found their way to the Evelo distribution warehouse. Many but not all of the bikes were already ordered and reserved but there are still bikes available. Any bike ordered now should ship within a week or so, something quite rare in today's ebike market.

My Omega is replacing a stolen Aurora Limited, an ebike I really enjoyed riding. The Omega has puts out 10% more torque, has around 10% larger battery and weighs about 10 pounds less. It has a cleaner simpler look with the internal battery, an optional second battery
and more conventional chain and seat stays and deeper step through. Otherwise it has the same drive train and brakes as the Aurora.

I am really looking forward to customizing and riding it soon.
EVELO-Omega-22-2_446ae765-862e-4039-9a1b-e30f6baf019f_1800x1800.jpg

Battery question: Is the main battery on the down tube and that’s a second battery over the back wheel?
 

Alaskan

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Battery question: Is the main battery on the down tube and that’s a second battery over the back wheel?
Correct. The 720 wh main battery lives inside the downtube. The optional battery with dedicated rack is 696 wh This will likely provide close to 100 miles of battery range. The auxiliary battery slides out and can be left at home if it is not needed. The rack installs with four bolts and the battery receiver plug in to a rubber covered pad already wired into the system. It uses the same controller that Bosch uses in its dual battery setups.
 

Edrummer

Active Member
The first containers of the new Eveleo Omegas have landed in the Port of Tacoma, cleared customs and found their way to the Evelo distribution warehouse. Many but not all of the bikes were already ordered and reserved but there are still bikes available. Any bike ordered now should ship within a week or so, something quite rare in today's ebike market.

My Omega is replacing a stolen Aurora Limited, an ebike I really enjoyed riding. The Omega has puts out 10% more torque, has around 10% larger battery and weighs about 10 pounds less. It has a cleaner simpler look with the internal battery, an optional second battery
and more conventional chain and seat stays and deeper step through. Otherwise it has the same drive train and brakes as the Aurora.

I am really looking forward to customizing and riding it soon.
EVELO-Omega-22-2_446ae765-862e-4039-9a1b-e30f6baf019f_1800x1800.jpg

Waiting for your review! You will be the first.
 

opimax

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Region
USA
City
Atlanta
Compared to my new specialized Vado 5 both the same same auto shift it has more power yet surprising limited to 25mph not even the full 28mph class 3 and no front suspension option.

I like what I read about their products but get stuck on the 2 issues above. I would think unlocked the bike bike was capable to more speed then even 28, must be a company decision.I would take all I can get. l am sure front suspension is available through aftermarket but I would prefer to purchase from manufacturer or dealer and not void any warranty.

Unasked for opinion of mine you may not agree
 

Alaskan

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Waiting for your review! You will be the first.
Thanks for the reminder - Done
 

AlanDB

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Region
USA
City
Iowa
After all your experience riding Bosch powered ebikes with no throttle, I would be interested to hear how often and in what circumstances you use the throttle on the Omega.
 

Alaskan

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After all your experience riding Bosch powered ebikes with no throttle, I would be interested to hear how often and in what circumstances you use the throttle on the Omega.
I hardly ever use the throttle. It's such a fun bike to pedal