OHM Cruise 2 Review

2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Electric Bike Review
2023 Ohm Cruise 2
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Shimano E7000 Motor
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Two Bottle Cage Mounts Reinforced Stiff Frame
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Swept Handlebar Ergonomic Grips Bell
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Shimano E5000 Lcd Display
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 10 Speed Shimano Deore 11 36 Tooth
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 42 Tooth Narrow Wide Chainring Cranks Wellgo Pedals
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Ebike
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Front View Lezyne Mini Stvzo E65 Headlight
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Kickstand Alloy Fenders Rear Rack
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Lezyne Stvzo E12 Rear Light
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Schwalbe Big Ben Reflective Puncture Resistant
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes 180mm Rotors
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Step Thru Pearl
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Step Thru Slate
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Electric Bike Review
2023 Ohm Cruise 2
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Shimano E7000 Motor
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Two Bottle Cage Mounts Reinforced Stiff Frame
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Swept Handlebar Ergonomic Grips Bell
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Shimano E5000 Lcd Display
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 10 Speed Shimano Deore 11 36 Tooth
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 42 Tooth Narrow Wide Chainring Cranks Wellgo Pedals
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Ebike
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Front View Lezyne Mini Stvzo E65 Headlight
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Kickstand Alloy Fenders Rear Rack
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Lezyne Stvzo E12 Rear Light
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Schwalbe Big Ben Reflective Puncture Resistant
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes 180mm Rotors
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Step Thru Pearl
2023 Ohm Cruise 2 Step Thru Slate


  • A fully equipped step-thru cruiser that's sportier, sturdier, and stiffer than most. The tubular aluminum alloy fenders are wide and long, providing excellent coverage. The rear rack can handle heavier loads, is Racktime accessory compatible, and includes bungee loops. Two bottle cage mounts, locking Ergon grips, and a friendly bell complete the package.
  • Excellent Schwalbe tires offer puncture resistance and reflectivity for elevated performance and safety. Thru-axles are thicker and stronger than an average skewer, and both offer quick release. Quality Shimano 180mm hydraulic disc brakes with adjustable reach levers. Headlight is mounted high on the handlebar, won't get blocked by the fender. Rear light uses two LEDs and has side windows for greater visibility.
  • High capacity battery fits neatly into the downtube, keeping weight low and center. The bike comes with a 4 amp fast charger. The frame is available in three frame sizes and two colors. Efficient and reliable Shimano E7000 mid-drive motor and Shimano Deore 10-speed 11-36 tooth 10-speed drivetrain. Excellent warranty and reputation with a growing dealer network.
  • The battery charge port is low on the left side of the frame, requiring a bit more effort to plugin and exposing it to more dust, water, and the rotation path of the crank arm. To charge the battery off the bike, you need to use a dongle adapter that could be easy to misplace. No suspension fork, which reduces cost and weight, consider adding a suspension seat post. No smartphone app without paying for additional hardware.

Video Review





Cruise 2



Body Position:

Upright, Upright Relaxed

Suggested Use:

Urban, Commuting, Cruising

Electric Bike Class:

Pedal Assist (Class 1)
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2 Year Comprehensive, Lifetime Frame


United States, Canada

Model Year:


Bicycle Details

Total Weight:

49.5 lbs (22.45 kg)

Battery Weight:

5.9 lbs (2.67 kg)

Motor Weight:

5.5 lbs (2.49 kg)

Frame Material:

Hydroformed Aluminum Alloy

Frame Sizes:

15 in (38.1 cm)16.5 in (41.91 cm)18.5 in (46.99 cm)

Geometry Measurements:

18.5" Measurements: 18.5" Seat Tube Length, 21.5" Reach, 16" Stand Over Height, 33.25" Minimum Saddle Height, 26.25" Width, 71.25" Length

Frame Types:


Frame Colors:

Pearl White, Granite Grey

Frame Fork Details:

Hydroformed Aluminum Alloy, 100mm Hub Spacing, 15mm Thru-Axle with Quick Release

Frame Rear Details:

142mm Hub Spacing, 12mm Thru-Axle with Quick Release

Attachment Points:

Rear Rack, Fenders, 2 Bottle Cage Bosses

Gearing Details:

10 Speed 1x10 Shimano Deore with One-Way Clutch, 11-36 Tooth Cassette

Shifter Details:

Shimano Deore Triggers on Right (Two-Way High Lever, Three-Shift Low Lever)


OHM Branded Chainway Custom Specced Crank Arms, Aluminum Alloy, 170mm / 175mm Length, 42 Narrow-Wide Tooth Chainring with Alloy Chain Guard, Shimano Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket, Hollow Spindle


Wellgo MG6 Magnesium Platform with Removable Pins


FSA No.55, Sealed, Tapered 1-1/8"- 1-1/2"


Aluminum Alloy, 70mm / 80mm / 90 mm / 100mm Length, 6° Rise, 31.8mm Clamp Diameter with Custom Light Mount, Four 10mm Spacers, One 5mm Spacer


OHM Branded, Aluminum Alloy, Mid-Rise, 660mm Length, 40mm Rise, 35° Backsweep

Brake Details:

Shimano MT420 Hydraulic Disc with 180mm Rotors, Quad Piston Calipers, Shimano MT420 Levers with Tool-Free Adjust Reach


Ergon GC1, Ergonomic Rubber, Single-Density, Locking


Ergon ST Gel Comfort

Seat Post:

Aluminum Alloy, 25mm Offset, Single Bolt Clamp

Seat Post Length:

350 mm

Seat Post Diameter:

30.9 mm


Alexrims FR30, Aluminum Alloy, Double Wall, 32 Hole, 25mm Width, Reinforcement Eyelets


Sha-Dar, Stainless Steel, 14 Gauge, Black with Brass Nipples

Tire Brand:

Schwalbe Big Ben, 27.5" x 2.0" (50-584)

Wheel Sizes:

27.5 in (69.85cm)

Tire Details:

35 to 70 PSI, 2.5 to 5.0 BAR, K-Guard 3, Reflective Sidewall Stripe

Tube Details:

Schrader Valve


Pletscher ESGE Comp 40 Rear-Mount Kickstand, Nuvo Rotary Bell on Right, Racktime Alloy Rear Rack (25kg 55lb Max Weight, EN14872 Rated), Racktime Aluminum Alloy Double-Wall Fenders (50mm Width), Lezyne EBIKE MINI STVZO E65 Headlight (210 lumens, 65 Lux), Lezyne EBIKE SUPER BRIGHT STVZO E12 Rear Light (12 lumens), Optional BodyFloat Suspension Seatpost, Optional ABUS Bordo Combo Lock


Locking Removable Downtube-Integrated Battery Pack, 2.1lb 4 Amp DARFON Charger, KMC X10 EPT MTB Chain, ABUS Locking Core and Key, 168mm Q-Factor

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

Shimano E7000

Motor Type:

Mid-Mounted Geared Motor
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Motor Nominal Output:

250 watts

Motor Peak Output:

500 watts

Motor Torque:

70 Newton meters

Battery Brand:

Darfon Battery Pack

Battery Voltage:

36 volts

Battery Amp Hours:

14 ah

Battery Watt Hours:

504 wh

Battery Chemistry:


Charge Time:

7 hours

Estimated Min Range:

60 miles (97 km)

Estimated Max Range:

120 miles (193 km)

Display Type:

Shimano SC-E5003 Fixed Grayscale LCD with Buttons: Up, Down, Select, Mode, Walk Mode: Hold Down Arrow then Hold Again


Battery Charge Level (5 Bars), Assist Level (0-3 Bars), Current Speed, Range Estimate, Trip Distance, Odometer

Display Accessories:

Power Button on Downtube Near Seat Tube, Independent Headlight Button on Right (Hold to Power On Off and Tap to Flash Off), Independent Button on Left Side of Steer Tube to Power Off Running Light

Drive Mode:

Advanced Pedal Assist (Measures Rear Wheel Speed, Pedal Cadence, and Pedal Torque, Power Output Relative to Pedal Input, Up to 340% Assist)

Top Speed:

20 mph (32 kph)

Written Review

This review was provided for free using a demo bike, but OHM split the cost of my flights to help make it possible. My goal is to be transparent and unbiased with you, this video and writeup are not meant to be an endorsement of OHM products. I welcome your corrections, additions, and feedback in the comments below, and the OHM electric bike forums.


  • The OHM Cruise 2 builds on the original Cruise platform with an upgraded E7000 drive system from Shimano that offers more power and torque. It’s one of the sportier, sturdier cruiser ebikes I’ve tested over the years, that doesn’t suffer from frame flex because of large gussets and reinforcements. Amazingly, the weight is fairly low considering that it comes with aluminum fenders, a rear rack, and lights! OHM has been making ebikes since 2005 and this is their fifth generation frame build.
  • Many parts are shared across the Quest and Cruise line, including the perfectly positioned integrated lights, rear rack, fenders, thru-axles, and battery integration. Although the Cruise 2 does not offer a suspension fork, this reduces the overall weight and cost, looks nice because it’s paint matched, keeps the frame feeling stiffer and more responsive, and is perhaps less necessary due to the less aggressive use case of on-road riding. If the Ergon saddle and grips, swept back handlebar, and upright geometry aren’t enough, consider adding a suspension seatpost to maximize comfort.
  • I find myself looking at this bike in relation to the high-step Quest 2, thinking it would make a good his and hers setup. Given that any person can develop hip or knee issues, or simply prefer the more approachable wave step-thru frame, I appreciate that OHM offers the Cruise 2 in two colors: pearl white and granite grey. The frame comes in three sizes to help optimize fit, and I was riding the medium sized during the review.


  • Beautiful approachable step-thru frame, but it’s also sturdy and rigid thanks to the larger downtube sizing and extended gusset that connects to the seat tube (which is also flared). This is a purpose built electric bike that is well balanced and solid… notice the smooth welds and internally routed cables, the reinforcement eyelets on the rims, and the rubberized edge surrounding the battery shield.
  • OHM includes a faster four-amp charger with most of their ebikes, which means you can spend more time riding. I believe it’s cross compatible with most models too, so you can share with a family member or leave one at work and one at home if you’ve got a couple of bikes.
  • The Cruise 2 comes complete with fenders, a rear rack, and integrated lights! It’s ready for any ride conditions that an urban environment could bring, and would make for an excellent commuter platform. I especially love how long the front fender is, yet how quiet it is when riding on bumpy terrain.
  • I really appreciate how OHM designed the rear light to be protected by the rack tubing… and that they chose a light with two LEDs to keep you extra visible from the back and sides.
  • So many times, companies will mount headlights on the fork, but OHM stuck it up high on the handlebar stem area so you’re more visible to cars. It won’t get blocked by the front tire and fender if you aim it down, and points where you steer. The Lezyne brand is pretty good, and the sturdy housing and bright beam is above average from what I’m used to reviewing.
  • OHM is a reputable company that uses great brand-name components and offers a good warranty and support. The bike is powered by a high torque Shimano mid-drive motor and Deore level drive-train. I love that the derailleur has a clutch to keep the chain tight, the chainring uses narrow-wide tooth pattern to reduce drops, and the cassette spread is wide 11-36 tooth! OHM has been in the ebike world since 2005, a lot longer than most other companies I see out there, and they spec their bikes very well.
  • OHM is based in Vancouver, B.C. and offer free one hour demo rides at their headquarters in North Van. They have a network of dealers and also sell online. The bike comes with a 2 year comprehensive warranty.
  • The Schwalbe Big Ben high volume comfort tires are sized 27.5” tall by 2” wide which adds stability and makes up for the rigid fork a bit. Wider tires perform well on gravel and offer higher air volume and a lower attack angle for smoother ride feel. The PSI range is 35 to 70 so you can dial them in for your body weight and intended use… higher PSI is more efficient for good range but less comfortable. Benefits of the rigid fork include lighter weight, lower cost, paint matched nicer look, and less play in steering and handling.
  • The tires are great, but so are the rims. OHM went with ALEXRIMS that have reinforcement eyelets designed to add strength and durability, it’s one of many small upgrades that set the Cruise 2 apart from other similar city/commuter electric bicycles… and notice how the rims, spokes, and hubs are all matching in black.
  • I love how the tires have both puncture protection and reflective sidewalls to improve durability and safety respectively. To really maximize your visual footprint, consider the pearl white frame, which will shine brighter at night if car lights are pointing at it.
  • This bike has a 30.9mm seat post, so if you were looking to add more comfort to the ride setup, you could get an aftermarket suspension seat post like a Kinekt or SR SunTour NCX to give it cushion. This can actually be more effective than a suspension fork for an upright platform (with the swept back handlebar and relaxed geometry). I am told that the Kinekt suspension post is one of the most popular upgrades that OHM sells on their site, and I enjoyed it during my ride tests due to my sensitive neck, shoulders, and wrists.
  • The bike weighs about 49.5lbs (on the medium frame) and that weight includes the battery, motor, and everything on the bike ready to ride. This is very light compared to similarly outfitted products I’ve been testing. Keep in mind that you can reduce the weight further by removing the 5.9lb battery before mounting on bike racks or performing maintenance and service.
  • The bike has a quick release setup in both the front and rear wheels, which is great for maintenance like changing a flat tire or truing a wheel. It also makes for great portability if you are loading the frame into the trunk of a car or other storage situation. Both axles are sturdy thru-axles (15mm front and 12mm rear) vs. the standard 9mm with a skewer, this adds strength and is something you usually only see on mountain bikes! Since the frame is custom designed by OHM, they just share a lot of the higher quality parts across all models.
  • I was amazed to see that OHM included two sets of bottle cage bosses here, one on the downtube and one on the seat tube! You can see how they located them on the thick gusseted section of tubing so screws won’t hit the seat post or downtube battery. Ultimately, these mounting points allow you to reach your bottle more easily while riding (vs. a trunk bag holster or handlebar mount) and can also be used for a folding lock, mini pump, or storage box for little tools and parts
  • I love the included rear rack, which is rated for 25kg (roughly to 55lbs). It has standard gage tubing to fit all sorts of styles of panniers, really one of the must-haves for a feature complete commuter bike… and Michael mentioned that the base interface increases the lateral stability of the rack by 20% compared with standard rear racks!
  • I love the Racktime accessories, which include a canvas trunk bag with zip-out pannier sidebags and a bottle holster at the back! Other accessories include a wide platform tray with insert, a tall metal basket, and a locking plastic box that’s large enough to store a helmet! We show them in the video review above.
  • Great mounting position for the kickstand, it’s out of the way at the rear of the bike but provides plenty of stability for a loaded rack. I think it’s lighter and sturdier than some of the adjustable kickstands I’ve seen, and they got the length right. It’s just simple and correct.
  • Powered by the Shimano E7000 mid drive motor, you’re getting increased efficiency and power compared to the older E6000 models. It offers over 130rpm pedal support (so you can downshift and “spin” in lower gears to climb steep hills), the motor uses a standard Q factor, offers 250-500 watts of power, and up to 70nm of torque. In my opinion, this is a neat motor that is pretty quiet and very stable, even though it’s a bit less powerful than the Quest 2 E8 motor, that offers 85nm of torque.
  • Great display choice here. Shimano has a bunch to choose from, but this one is intuitive, easy to reach, and doesn’t get too complicated or confusing. There’s no USB charging port, and I believe you need additional hardware to use the Shimano E-Tube app with the bike, but I was just fine with it as-is.
  • I believe that the lithium-ion battery uses high quality LG cells, the pack fits nicely into the downtube of the bike and when you unlock it, and there’s a two-step release so it doesn’t just drop out. Consider turning the front wheel a bit to add more space when mounting or removing the battery pack.
  • I like that the battery is removable because experts in the field have told me that extreme heat or cold can be damaging to Lithium-ion cells… Not everyone has space for a bike inside their house, but the battery isn’t that large, and taking it off to charge is pretty convenient.
  • A big win with the Cruise 2 are the large 180mm rotor hydraulic disc brakes! The increased surface area of the rotors cools faster and provides a great mechanical advantage for heavier loads or larger riders (especially relevant given the three frame sizes). The hydraulic brake levers are easy to actuate and more consistent than mechanical brakes, the brake levers are even adjustable for different hand sizes, and the quad piston calipers provide more stopping surface for the brake pad and even pressure distribution, this is mountain bike level componentry.
  • Approachable 16″ stand over height! This is one of the most approachable ebike frames around, and that’s great for people with hip and knee issues, or if you’re wearing a dress or skirt.
  • Narrow-wide tooth pattern on the chainring reduces the potential for drops, if you’re riding over bumpy terrain, and I like the aluminum alloy chainring guard that will help protect pants and dress ends from touching the dirty chain.
  • Even the crank arms and pedals are upgraded here! The bottom bracket uses a stiff hollow spindle design from Shimano and the lightweight magnesium Wellgo pedals have removable metal pins stuck in, more like you’d find on a nice trail bike. They’re great for wet weather so you don’t slip off as easily.
  • So many times, city bikes will only come with 11-32 or 34 tooth cassette, but OHM offers an even wider range with 11-36, which makes starting and climbing easier. The Shimano Deore derailleur is reliable and includes a clutch system for tighter shifting vs. easier rear wheel maintenance depending on whether you click the little grey lever into the up or down position respectively.
  • Great choice on the Shimano Deore trigger shifters, the high lever offers two-way interaction and the low lever offers multiple steps, this is performance hardware that makes the bike snappier and fun to ride.
  • Mike showed me how they have upgraded their plastic battery covers to be more rigid and water tight, the battery pack that is protected is still highly water resistant, this is just another detail that OHM is scrutinizing.
  • The bike uses high-quality FSA headset and sealed bottom bracket, which means you won’t get the same rust, squeaking, creaking, and friction over time as lower quality ebikes.
  • OHM sells a bunch of upgrades that are guaranteed to fit with their ebikes including a suspension seat post, pannier bags, and a cool basket that interfaces directly with the frame.
  • The motor controller measures rear wheel speed, pedal cadence, and pedal torque to give you a fluid, natural feeling of pedal assist… and the speed sensor has been designed to fit into the disc brake rotor, so it won’t mess up your spoke or get bumped out of place as easily. This is a nice little upgrade from older ebike technology.


  • Charging the battery on or off the bike is a great feature, however, when charging on the bike, you have to remember the charging port is near the crank arm on the left side of the bike. This means that if you had it plugged in and parked in the garage, moving the bike or rotating that crank arm could come down on the charging cord, causing it to snag… It’s also a minor inconvenience to reach down vs. having the port up high on the right side of the downtube.
  • I wish the display had a USB charging port built in, so I could maintain a smartphone or additional lights and accessories while riding. It would also be nice if the Shimano E-Tube smartphone app was compatible without needing a hardware upgrade, but at lest it’s an option… and I honestly haven’t used the E-Tube app that much, so maybe it’s not something to feel too bad about :)
  • The bike lacks a front suspension fork by default, this is part of what keeps the weight down and price reasonable, but you can add an aftermarket fork (though it might not match) and OHM does sell suspension seat posts. Michael explained that for a more upright cruiser, the suspension fork just doesn’t add as much of a benefit here.
  • In order to charge the battery pack directly, when not mounted in the frame, you need to use the included dongle adapter. There’s no leash for this adapter, and I could see it getting misplaced or lost easily. Many competing ebike systems don’t require dongles, which is simpler. I also noticed that the battery bay cover does not lock to the rame, so it could be taken off if parked at a public rack etc. but at least it’s a shared part across many bikes and probably easy and affordable to replace.
  • The E7000 motor is very nice (reliable, lightweight, quiet, and efficient). However, there is no shift detection built in. Be sure to ease off a bit when pedaling as you change gears, this way the chain and sprockets won’t mash and get prematurely worn. Shift detection is a feature unique to Bosch and some Bafang drive systems, and it just means that with Yamaha, Shimano, Brose, and others, you want to ease off a bit if you’re shifting.
  • I was told that the rear rack is setup to be sleek, but it’s still very sturdy! However, it’s not officially EN 14872 rated to handle a child seat. Consider the Thule Yepp Nexxt Maxi that mounts to the seat tube instead.
  • Minor consideration here, the battery pack is a little tight to get on and off the bike because the front wheel and fender get pretty close to the downtube, you can turn the front wheel to the left or right to create space and make it easier.
  • I believe that Shimano motor controller calibrates output each time the bike is turned on for the E7000… so you need to make sure you aren’t riding the bike or putting pressure on the pedals. This is not something you have to worry about with the Shimano E8 motor and most of the other ebike mid-drive systems like Bosch, Yamaha, and Brose, and it could throw an error on the display so you’ll have to restart the bike.

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