Pedego Step-Thru Comfort Cruiser

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Step-Thru Comfort Cruiser Specifications

Dim xl
the step-thru comfort cruiser weighs 57 pounds


maximum speed


Editorial Review

From the producers of the Classic City Commuter and the Step Thru Interceptor, California based Pedego brings you the Comfort Cruiser, the most pared down of their line of e-bike offerings and a great choice for new riders.

Pedego claims an ergonomic "frame geometry provides an upright riding position" whilst astride the Comfort Cruiser. Emphasis on a comfortable saddle is a feature this writer has been found to be an alien concept on most bicycles -- something comfort cruisers will likely be thankful for. A variety of color schemes to choose from adds a touch of customization, and the twist operated throttle is noted for ease of use.

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Pedego Step-Thru Comfort Cruiser | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Step-Thru Comfort Cruiser Reviews From Around The Web


The package came complete and on time, assembly was easy and bike is awesome!

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I purchased comfort cruiser last year. It is a fun way to get around and am very pleased with this purchase.

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My wife bought me a Comfort Cruiser for my 60th birthday. Oh! And she bought herself one too! Sixty-five in May and we’re both still going strong (Me and the bike).

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Love this bike. First electric bike for me and it surpasses all expectations.

Tom's Guide

Using this bike is a cinch, just insert the key, press a button on the underside of the battery pack, press the red button near the throttle, twist the throttle and your off!

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