Super73 RX Review

Super73 Rx Electric Bike Review
Super73 Rx
Super73 Rx Top Tube Mounted 960wh Battery
Super73 Rx Chain Tensioner And Torque Arm
Super73 Rx 36 Tooth Chainring 125mm Crank Arms
Super73 Rx Dnm Suspension Fork 35mm Stanchions With Plastic Guards
Super73 Rx Dnm Monocoil Rear Suspension
Super73 Rx Motorcycle Style Faux Leather Seat
Super73 Rx Cockpit View Bmx Style Handlebars Slight Back Sweep
Super73 Rx Left Grip Locking Rubber With Horn Button
Super73 Rx Circular Lcd Display With Control Pad
Super73 Rx Right Grip Tektro Dorado Hydraulic Levers Thumb Throttle
Super73 Rx Plastic Front Fenders
Super73 Rx Rear Frame Swingarm With Plastic Fender
Super73 Rx Frame Mounted Horn Class 2 Sticker
Super73 Faceplate Integrated Headlight 600 Lumens
Super73 Rx Ebike
Super73 Rx Battery Specifications Label
Super73 Rx 5amp 2.8lb Charger Specifications Label
Super73 Rx Stock High Step Carmine Red
Super73 Rx Stock High Step Rhino Gray
Super73 Rx Electric Bike Review
Super73 Rx
Super73 Rx Top Tube Mounted 960wh Battery
Super73 Rx Chain Tensioner And Torque Arm
Super73 Rx 36 Tooth Chainring 125mm Crank Arms
Super73 Rx Dnm Suspension Fork 35mm Stanchions With Plastic Guards
Super73 Rx Dnm Monocoil Rear Suspension
Super73 Rx Motorcycle Style Faux Leather Seat
Super73 Rx Cockpit View Bmx Style Handlebars Slight Back Sweep
Super73 Rx Left Grip Locking Rubber With Horn Button
Super73 Rx Circular Lcd Display With Control Pad
Super73 Rx Right Grip Tektro Dorado Hydraulic Levers Thumb Throttle
Super73 Rx Plastic Front Fenders
Super73 Rx Rear Frame Swingarm With Plastic Fender
Super73 Rx Frame Mounted Horn Class 2 Sticker
Super73 Faceplate Integrated Headlight 600 Lumens
Super73 Rx Ebike
Super73 Rx Battery Specifications Label
Super73 Rx 5amp 2.8lb Charger Specifications Label
Super73 Rx Stock High Step Carmine Red
Super73 Rx Stock High Step Rhino Gray


  • The RX is Super73's flagship electric minibike for 2021, available online and from a growing global network of dealers, with two eye-catching colors and a one-year comprehensive warranty. Integrated lights with brake activation, high-volume horn, and full coverage plastic fenders allow for safe and dry city commuting
  • Motorcycle-inspired design features an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame, heavy-duty spokes with extra-wide hub spacing, and a triple-clamp fork complete with bump stops. Premium full suspension from DNM provides excellent travel and full adjustment controls for preload, rebound, and compression damping
  • Easily exceeds 30mph thanks to a massive 960 watt-hour battery pack driving the 2000-watt peak rear hub motor, control pad is unobtrusive and intuitive to use, companion smartphone app pairs easily and offers rich information readouts and advanced settings. Defaults to Class 2 configuration for widest legal acceptance and safety on multi-use trails and bike lanes
  • Only available in one small size that is difficult to pedal especially for tall riders, still quite heavy at 81.7 pounds and difficult to transport up stairs or in vehicles, limited availability can mean long waits for initial orders or replacement parts, poor side visibility due to no side reflectors or light cutouts.
Warning, in some configurations this electric bike is classified as a moped or motorcycle and may not be ridden on cycling trails or paths. It may require licensing, insurance and lights when used on public roads.

Video Review







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Body Position:


Suggested Use:

Neighborhood, Commuting, Trail, Sand and Snow, Urban

Electric Bike Class:

Pedal Assist (Class 1), Throttle on Demand (Class 2), Speed Pedelec (Class 3)
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1 Year Comprehensive, 2 Year Battery


United States

Model Year:


Bicycle Details

Total Weight:

81.7 lbs (37.05 kg)

Battery Weight:

11.2 lbs (5.08 kg) (Optional 16aH Battery is 10.4lbs)

Frame Material:

6065/7071 Aluminum Alloy

Frame Sizes:

19 in (48.26 cm)

Geometry Measurements:

19" Virtual Seat Tube Length, 20" to 28" Virtual Reach, 32.5" Stand Over Height, 32.5" Banana Seat Height, 27.5" Width, 69.5" Length, 46" Wheelbase

Frame Types:

High-Step, Compact

Frame Colors:

Rhino Gray, Carmine Red

Frame Fork Details:

DNM Inverted Coil Suspension, 35mm Annodized Aluminum Stanchions, 120mm Travel, Rebound Clicker, Compression Clicker, 150mm Hub Spacing, 15mm Threaded Axle

Frame Rear Details:

DNM Coilover Piggyback Mono Coil Suspension, m100mm Travel, Preload Adjust, Compression Adjust, Rebound Damping, 200mm Hub Spacing, 18m Threaded Keyed Axle with 21mm Nuts

Attachment Points:

Fender Bosses, Rear Rack Bosses, Bottle Cage Bosses

Gearing Details:

1 Speed 16 Tooth Rear Cog


Lasco, Forged Aluminum Alloy, 125mm Length, 36 Tooth Steel Chainring with Alloy Bash Guard


Aluminum Alloy with Pins, Extra Wide


Integrated, 1-1/8" Straight, Triple Clamp with Bump Stops


Billet Top Clamp, Aluminum Alloy, 22mm Clamp Diameter, 90º Adjustable Range


BMX Style, High Rise, Aluminum Alloy, 200mm Rise, 10º Back Sweep, 700mm Length

Brake Details:

Tektro Dorado Hydraulic Disc with 203mm Front and 180mm Rear Rotors, Four-Finger Tektro Levers with Motor Inhibitors and Adjustable Reach


Rubber, Locking, Black


Padded Banana Seat, 17" Length, 2" Thick, Leather


Aluminum Alloy, Punched Out, Double Wall, 100mm Width, 36 Hole


Stainless Steel, 11 Gauge Rear, 12 Gauge Front, Black with Nipples

Tire Brand:

BDGR All Terrain, 20" x 4.5" Front, 20" x 5" Rear

Wheel Sizes:

20 in (50.8cm)

Tire Details:

Max Inflate 36 PSI, 2.5 BAR

Tube Details:

Schrader Valve


Rear-Mount Adjustable Kickstand, Integrated Roxim Z4E Elite Headlight (600 Lumen), Integrated Taillight (5 LED, Brake Activation), Plastic Fenders, Integrated Horn (Control on Left Grip)


Locking Removable Top Tube Mounted Battery Pack, 2.8lb 5 Amp Charger, 325lb Maximum Weight Rating

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

Super73 Proprietary

Motor Type:

Rear-Mounted Geared Hub
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Motor Nominal Output:

750 watts 1200 in Unlimited Mode

Motor Peak Output:

1200 watts 2000 in Unlimited Mode

Motor Torque:

60 Newton meters (estimated)

Battery Brand:

21700 Cells

Battery Voltage:

48 volts

Battery Amp Hours:

20 ah

Battery Watt Hours:

960 wh

Battery Chemistry:


Charge Time:

6 hours

Estimated Min Range:

40 miles (64 km)

Estimated Max Range:

75 miles (121 km)

Display Type:

Circular LCD, Fixed, Adjustable Angle, Grayscale, Backlit


Speed (KM/H, MPH), Battery Level (infographic), Remaining Range, Pedal Cadence, Assist Level (0-4), Motor Wattage, Odometer

Display Accessories:

Independent Control Pad on Left, Buttons: Up, Down, Circle, (Lights: Hold Up, Cycle Readouts: Press Circle, Settings: Hold Circle, Walk Mode: Hold Down)

Drive Mode:

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

Top Speed:

32 mph (51 kph)Class 1 and 2: 20mph, Class 3: 28mph, Unlimited: 28mph+

Written Review

This in-depth review was produced free of charge, but I would like to thank eBikes USA for providing a test bike for me to use. My goal is to be transparent and unbiased with you, this video and writeup are not meant to be an endorsement of Super73 products. I welcome your corrections, additions, and feedback in the comments below and the Super73 electric bike forums.


  • Super73 has five different models available at the time of this review. The RX is the most premium and feature-rich out of the lineup, as well as the most expensive at $3,245 USD. On the more affordable end of the spectrum is the ZI which comes in at $1,260 USD, but it’s significantly less powerful, lacks suspension, and has a small frame that it won’t fit most adult riders.
  • Many minibike-style ebikes feel a lot like a scooter with some pedals slapped on as an afterthought. The RX is similar… but it feels closer to a motorcycle than any other ebike I’ve ridden. The single-speed drivetrain means you have to rely on the throttle if you want to get anywhere near top speed, the thumb throttle on the right is right where it should be to make motorcyclists feel at home, and the wide triple-clamp fork is complete with bump stops to protect the suspension stanchions and frame from damage.


  • Many customers buy their bikes directly from Super73, so I was surprised to learn that the company has dozens of dealers around the globe, especially in the US and Europe. Having access to a dealer is great for test riding before purchase, and of course for repairs and maintenance! The RX comes with a one-year comprehensive warranty, and two years of coverage for the battery.
  • The battery is a massive 960 watt-hour pack, shaped and positioned like a motorcycle gas tank. The high capacity will provide plenty of range even when only using the throttle, Super73 estimates 40 to 75 miles of range and based on my ride test I think that is accurate. I have heard that they use high-quality Samsung cells for their batteries but I wasn’t able to find official confirmation on that.
  • The geared rear hub motor is quite powerful in unlimited mode, drawing anywhere from 1200 to 2000 watts of power at full throttle. I spent some time riding around in downtown Denver and found that it’s capable of maintaining 30-32mph cruising speed, even on some slight uphills. I couldn’t find any official numbers on motor torque but it is a bit lackluster compared to the Juiced HyperScorpion, so I estimate around 50 to 60 newton-meters of torque for the RX. Acceleration does pick up at around the 20mph mark which feels quite nice when riding on busy city streets!
  • Hydraulic disc brakes from Tektro feature a large 203mm rotor up front and 180mm in the rear, quad-piston calipers, and integrated motor inhibitors that will cut power to the motor immediately when activating the brakes. These are excellent brakes and provide ample stopping power considering the weight and speed capabilities of the RX.
  • Good integrated lighting from Roxim, with the headlight mounted in the front faceplate and the taillight positioned right behind the banana-style seat. Both lights are connected to the main battery and activated from the control pad by holding down the up arrow, and the taillight is brake-activated, even when the lights are switched off – a great safety feature! The headlight is rated at 600 lumens and plenty bright enough for night riding without blinding other riders (for reference, the average car headlight is 1300 lumens).
  • A horn is included, mounted low on the “seatpost tube” and activated via a button on the left grip. It is very loud and capable of getting the attention of vehicle drivers when riding with traffic.
  • The frame is exceptionally sturdy with a unique parallel tubing design, constructed from aircraft-grade 6165 and 7071 aluminum alloy, much stronger than typical ebike frames which use 6061 alloy. It feels rock solid on any terrain, and I also appreciate the plethora of mount points, positioned well for mounting bottle cages, additional batteries, racks, or even passenger foot pegs. Yes, you can take two on the RX (although it would feel pretty cramped) and the listed weight limit is 325 pounds.
  • Premium full suspension from DNM looks and feels excellent! Up front is an inverted coil suspension fork with air assist and 120mm of travel, adjustable preload and and rebound damping, complete with front-facing plastic guards to protect the stanchions from damage and debris. The rear suspension is a single coilover piggyback shock, also with adjustable preload and rebound, as well as a preload dial at the top of the coil. This makes for smooth riding on city streets and excellent off-road capabilities for more adventurous riders.
  • Semi-integrated cabling is well managed and contributes to the rugged and powerful look of the RX, I loved the appearance of my test bike with a Carmine Red frame accented by black components. It has a strong dirt bike asthetic and feel, thanks in part to the upright riding position and thumb throttle positioning on the right grip.
  • The minimalist single-speed drivetrain has a 36-tooth chainring and a 16-tooth rear cog, complete with a chain tensioner to prevent derailling. Normally you wouldn’t need a chain tensioner on a single-speed setup, but since the cranks are positioned farther forward than usual (to help with pedaling) the tensioner is a good choice here. Pedaling feels best at medium speeds of 10 to 20 mph, and Super73 does sell a 10-speed upgrade kit if you want to pedal more at higher speeds. I like single-speed setups as they are simple and easy to maintain, and there’s also a bash guard on the outside to protect the chainring, as well as keep your pants from getting snagged in it.
  • The seating position is surprisingly comfortable for such a small bike, even for my lanky 6ft 3in frame. I was able to sit in an upright relaxed position, there’s room to slide forward and backward on the seat and the handlebars can also be adjusted forward and backwards somewhat, so a wide range of riders should at least be able to sit comfortably. Pedaling is a different story (more on that in the cons section below).
  • The BDGR 20″ rear tire is extra wide at 5″, even wider than the monster tires on the SONDORS LX that I covered last week! The front tire width is more narrow at 4.5″, another motorcycle similarity; by contrast, most ebikes have the same size of tires for front and rear. A smaller front tire provides better agility and control as well as helping to reduce weight. The thick tread looks like something you would find on an adventure motorcycle designed for both pavement and off-road riding, traction felt great on a wide variety of terrain during my test rides.
  • The spokes are quite thick with 10 gauge rear and 11 gauge front where a standard ebike would have 12 or 13 gauge for both, and the hub spacing is 200mm (rear) 150mm (front), wider than the standard fat-tire ebike spacing of 170mm and 140mm respectively. This wider angle provides a better support angle for the spokes and translates to more strength. Also factor in the thick axles of 18mm rear, 15mm front, whereas most ebikes have 10mm in the rear and often only a 5mm quick-release front axle… put all this together and you get an impressively sturdy bike that feels excellent at any speed.
  • The display is a simple circular LCD with excellent contrast ratios for viewing in any lighting, unobtrusive, and intuitive to control. I like this setup as it minimizes fiddling with controls so that I could focus more on riding. I was impressed that it also has readouts for pedal cadence and motor wattage, although the motor wattage readout isn’t able of going above three digits so it isn’t very useful for the 2000-watt capable RX.
  • For more advanced settings, informational readouts, and even GPS navigation, Super73 has a smartphone app which pairs with the RX. Many ebike companies are touting their mobile apps and to be honest I don’t like most of them; they tend to be buggy and the pairing process is usually time-consuming and frustrating. That was not the case for the Super73 app, pairing took less than 30 seconds and I was able to figure out the app settings without any need for a tutorial. Great design, I hope other companies take note! As a bonus for reviewers it’s also easy to un-pair the app and bike later, this is also good if you buy a used Super73 model or sell yours at some point in the future. The RX can also receive OTA firmware updates via the app, a huge convenience compared to most ebikes that must be taken to a dealer to receive updates!
  • The RX arrives pre-programmed in Class 2 mode, which allows for pedal assist or throttle use up to 20mph. This is the most widely accepted configuration for legal use, and I strongly recommend keeping your bike in this mode if you ride in bike lanes or on multi-use trails. Using the smart phone app you can switch over to Class 1 or Class 3, which disable the throttle and allow a pedal-assist top speed of 20mph or 28mph respectively. For off-road and private property use, you can also enable “unlimited mode”, tapping the full power of the motor and allowing throttle speeds of up to 32mph. Note that this doesn’t appear to be a hard limit and you could probably hit more on a downhill stretch, but 32mph was the highest speed I could reach on my test ride.
  • The standard charger is rated for 5 amps which means much faster charging than the typical 2 amp charger, much appreciated considering the massive battery pack.


  • Despite its small appearance the RX is quite heavy at 81.7 pounds. I think this is a fair price to pay for the excellent strength and durability, but it will certainly be inconvenient if you live in an upper-floor apartment and want to store your RX safely inside! By the same token, transporting in vehicles will be more difficult and the RX will not fit on most bike racks.
  • Super73 does have quite a lot of dealers scattered around, but you’re still largely at the mercy of the company when it comes to support. Most of the electronic components are proprietary, for example the motor bears no third-party branding and Super73 doesn’t disclose who makes the internal parts. This can mean long delays and potentially expensive repairs, and most ebike shops will not be willing or capable of working on the proprietary components. The RX seems exceptionally well made but even the best components wear out or break down eventually, so do some research for your area to make sure you’ll be able to get the support you need in the event of a malfunction!
  • Speaking of replacement parts, the lack of availability is another thing to consider. I looked through the replacement parts listed on their website and found that most of them are sold out, and they don’t even list replacement batteries for the R series or motors for any of their bikes, or any controllers. Presumably this means you would have to contact support directly or work with a dealer to get parts which could be time consuming and difficult if you don’t live near a dealer.
  • I read through the Super73 warranty document and it left me fairly confused as to what is actually covered and in what situations. At face value it seems standard – one year comprehensive, two years battery – but the fine print has some limitations that paint a different picture. For example, the warranty states that the warranty is only valid if “…The bike was used in accordance with its intended purpose. TheSuper73 bike is intended for use on paved road.” Given that the RX is practically begging to be taken off-road, will that really void your warranty? I recommend reading through the warranty in full before purchasing, you can find all information here.
  • The RX is only available in one size, and it’s a small size. While I felt comfortable enough sitting on it I also looked a bit silly, although that’s a minor complaint. You can slide forward and back on the seat, as well as adjusting the handlebar a little bit forward and back. It does support two riders with the optional foot pegs, but I can’t imagine that being even remotely comfortable unless both riders are quite small, probably a good fit for a short adult and a child.
  • The pedaling experience is not great especially at my height of 6ft 3in, I felt a bit silly with my knees coming up well above the battery pack. The cranks are 125mm in length and much shorter than the standard 170mm cranks, further limiting pedaling efficiency. Pedaling feels best at medium speeds and cadence is brisk by 20mph, I was able to get up to 25mph with my feet going ridiculously fast but couldn’t sustain it for long. Super73 does sell a 10-speed upgrade kit which is nice if you want to pedal more often, but it can’t be ordered installed on the RX – you have to install it yourself or pay someone to do it – and at the time of this review it is sold out on their website.
  • The taillight is bright and I appreciate the brake activation, but it’s poorly positioned behind a rear frame bar that almost entirely blocks the taillight when viewed from behind at average car-driver height. You can still see the glow of the light around the edges of the bar so it’s better than nothing, but positioning it on the back of the frame itself would be a much better location.
  • There are no side cutouts for the lights and no reflective stripes on the tires, and not even any side reflectors on the spokes… so side visibility is quite poor on the RX. Most accidents involving cars and bicycles involve a side collision because the car driver didn’t see the cyclist, so I recommend adding some lights of your own to increase safety when riding at night.
  • Most configuration options require the paired app which will be a bummer for anyone who doesn’t own a smartphone. Powering the bike off and then on again also resets it back to Class 2 mode, which can be annoying if you always ride in one of the other modes, adding extra time and fiddling with the app before you can start riding. I own a smartphone but I prefer to leave it at home or in my bag when riding, so it would be nice if you could at least change the riding mode from the standard display.
  • The speed and power capabilities of the RX are unsafe for multi-use trails and bike lanes, so please make sure you use the Class 1 or 2 settings if riding there! Even in those modes some trails may restrict your access based on the power rating of the motor or presence of a throttle (regardless of whether it is disabled), so be sure to check regulations in your riding areas before purchasing.
  • No USB ports for charging electronics, normally this isn’t a huge deal but considering how many features can only be engaged via the companion app, having a USB port for charging would go a long ways. Super73 does sell a huge variety of phone-related accessories and there are some extra unlabeled wires near the front of the bike, so it’s possible these might be useable for phone charging.
  • The small-diameter of the wheels means a higher attack angle for bumps and potholes and thus a rougher ride compared to a wide diameter wheel, although this is well balanced by the premium DNM suspension.
  • I appreciate the power of the charger but it is significantly large and heavy at 2.8 pounds, not very convenient if you want to carry it in a backpack, hopefully the high capacity of the battery will mean that you can leave the charger at home for most rides.
  • The pedal assist sensor is cadence-based, meaning it measures crank revolutions only and isn’t as responsive as torque-sensing systems. This also means a delay of a revolution or two before the motor kicks in, and a similar delay before the motor shuts off when you stop pedaling. Overall this cadence sensor is a good fit for the RX considering most riders will be relying more on the throttle, and since it’s difficult to put a lot of pressure on the pedals due to the geometry.

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Comments (6) YouTube Comments

Dennis W Mau
3 years ago

Most of these moped style ebikes are going to feel cramped for somebody 6’3″ tall. As tall as you are, you would look a bit silly on any of the electric moped style ebikes. They are designed for a maximum height of about 5’10”. You can save your pedal assist setting in the app, so it won’t reset every time you shut the bike off. I keep mine in unlimited mode all the time without using my phone. The tire lettering on the sidewalls is reflective and is quite visible at night when headlights shine on it and is a good safety measure. The pedal assist works very well even in pedal assist 4 and once you set your cadence you don’t have to pedal that fast to maintain speeds of up to 32 mph, and you feel like “superman” when you are slowly pedaling and cruising that fast! My Super 73 R model is 72 pounds which is light compared to other ebike style mopeds in its class with some of them weighing easily over 100 pounds and more. You only spent one day on the bike, and you obviously didn’t understand fully how it operates, so your review was unnecessarily negative on several points which were incorrect.

Tyson Roehrkasse
3 years ago

Hey Dennis, thanks for commenting! You’re right about me being too tall for most moped-style bikes, I believe I said the same thing in my video review :)

– I did change my assist level to “unlimited” in the app, and when I shut the bike off and turned it back on, it reverted back to Class 2 mode. Perhaps the firmware on my test bike hadn’t been updated to the latest version, or is there a different area of the app for changing it more permanently?
– Good point about the tire sidewall lettering being reflective, but there is hardly any of it and the print is quite small compared to most 20″ tires I have seen. It is better than nothing, for sure, but side visibility was still worse than most ebikes and mopeds I have ridden.Fortunately that’s an easy fix, reflective stickers are cheap!
– Interesting note about slowly pedaling at high speeds. So you aren’t putting any force on the pedals, just slowly cycling them to maintain cadence and keep the motor going? I’ll have to try that next time I’m down at the shop! You could technically do this on any cadence-sensing system, though, and it’s not actually pedaling since you aren’t putting any energy into the system and not getting any exercise either…
– Yes, there are definitely heavier mopeds out there, including the HyperScorpion which I reviewed last year and weighed it at 105. It sounds like your R is a lot lighter than the RX, it sounds like a lot of fun to ride!

It’s true that I only spent one day with the bike, and I made sure to say that in my video, and to encourage people looking for more information to connect with more experienced riders in the comments and on our forums. I do my best but I can only learn so much in the limited time I have with each bike, so I really appreciate you chiming in here to share your expertise :)

Dennis W Mau
3 years ago
  1. “I did change my assist level to “unlimited” in the app, and when I shut the bike off and turned it back on, it reverted back to Class 2 mode.”
    You have to select the save option after you select pedal assist 4 and the app will keep the bike in pedal assist 4 and will not revert to pedal assist 2.
  2. “Interesting note about slowly pedaling at high speeds. So you aren’t putting any force on the pedals, just slowly cycling them to maintain cadence and keep the motor going? I’ll have to try that next time I’m down at the shop! So you aren’t putting any force on the pedals, just slowly cycling them to maintain cadence and keep the motor going? “
    Exactly. The point is not to get any exercise it is to look like a superman when you go whizzing by a road bike with a guy on it that has weight lifter legs at 32 mph with hardly any effort. It is really cool! Probably the coolest thing about the Super 73.

I chose the R model Super 73 over the RX because I don’t ride in the rain and I don’t ride at night, so I don’t need lights and fenders or a horn, and it is about 10 pounds lighter and cleaner looking in my opinion. I prefer the looks of the Super 73 over the other electric moped style ebikes because it looks like a retro minibike like the Rupp back in the seventies which I used to ride. The Ariel Rider 52v X class is nice though, and I think you get more for your money than the Super 73, but it is a little more wimpy looking. Thanks, for your reply!

Regards, Dennis

3 years ago

Very nice.

2 years ago

Hello, the engine might be interesting if super73 would publish the data sheet. which is an absolute disgrace. Why isn’t this released at this high price? they must be afraid of espionage. apparently they haven’t ridden with the competition yet. The company is absolutely uncooperative, that starts with the wrong rim sizes, which have not been changed to this day in the data sheet and on the homepage. How embarrassing. Every bicycle manufacturer shows in detail which company he works with, you can get all the key data you need within a few minutes. At super73 there are two points about the engine and that’s it and those are the least important of all. And when you scan the qr code, you want to return the bike immediately… mega rip-off! Transparency is the be-all and end-all when it comes to technical things. Imagine you are buying a car and are not allowed to find out what kind of engine is installed… The main thing is to swing the advertising drum nicely…. So anyone who asks me what I think of my RX, I advise against buying it. Sur Ron is worlds better and costs just as much and you have an insight you can find out exactly what and by whom it is installed. I was so stupid too and immediately jumped on the moped bike hype. I bought the stool in 2020 and absolutely regretted it.

2 years ago

Thanks for sharing your perspectives, Andy. Sorry to hear that your Super73 didn’t meet your expectations. I’ve struggled to reach and work with the company in the past, which is why I haven’t done as many reviews of them here.


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