The Pedego Boomerang is an easy-mount, step through e-bike with the looks and capability to justify its mid level price point. The 500 watt internally geared hub motor, mounted in the rear, keeps the bike both quiet and lightweight while still giving the punch needed for quick bursts of acceleration. The beautiful, low frame is described by one reviewer as "so low you can literally sit yourself on the saddle from one side and turn onto the bike, only having to lift your leg about one foot total." Such design aptitude has helped earned Pedeog's reputation as one of the most dependable brands of ebikes in this emerging marketplace.
The Pedegp Boomerang offers a few significant choices, including the one between a 36 or 48 volt battery for power and a 10 to 15 amp hour configuration. An already heavy bike, the higher capacity battery option will add a few extra pounds (and dollars) to an already weighty machine (and price). The Boomerang comes equipped with six level of battery powered assistance, with a fairly standard top assisted speed of 20 miles per hour qualifying the Boomerang for permit-free travel on most U.S. roads and paths (riders: research the laws in your area regarding electric vehicles before making any final purchases).
Electric bikes, together with a whole bevvy of other electric vehicles, are taking the globe's roadways by storm. In China and several European countries, mass adoption has been reached and ebikes continue to grow in number on their streets. In the U.S., ebikes are just starting to catch on, with early adopters largely aggregated in the more trendy urban areas like Portland, Oregon and San Francisco. These fun and eco-friendly travel alternatives will save your morality (as you do your part to reduce your carbon footprint) and your wallet from burning up needlessly - so get on board with the e-bike movement while you're still early to the party.
New LCD display panel is easier to operate...Torque sensing pedal assist hardware by Dapu is responsive and smooth, no jerky on/off feeling.
Thicker tubing on rear rack may not work with all clip-on panniers...LCD display panel is large, bright and easy to operate but not removable.