From leisurely cruises to "I need to get there now!", hop on IZIP's E3 Dash and make that trip a joy. The E3 Dash’s sleek styling and fast 28mph top speed Currie Electro-Drive motor make urban riding a blast. With multiple pedal-assist levels accessible through a convenient handlebar display you’ll have total control, and the powerful motor will make you feel like you have bionic legs. It's fun anyway you ride it with an aluminum frame, Suntour suspension fork, Shimano 10-speed drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. Plus, the included kickstand makes parking a snap. With this e-bike, you'll ride farther and faster, forget about road rage, help the environment, and see how fun your city commute could be!
|Frame||Aluminum 6061, rack, lock, and fender bosses|
|Fork||SR Suntour NCX, 63mm|
|Motor Specs||Currie Electro-Drive Centerdrive 350W|
|Drive System||Currie Electro-Drive System|
|Battery Type/Weight||Lithium-ion 48V8.7Ah 417Wh|
|Range on Full Charge||16 mi (26 km) to 35 mi (56 km)|
|Max. Assisted Speed||28 mph (45 kph)|
|Handlebars||Tranz-X DB alloy 31.8, 650mm x 25mm rise|
|Bicycle Drivetrain||Shimano Deore, 10-speed, 42T Crankset|
|Tires||Kenda Kuick Bitumen 700x45c|
|Brakes||Shimano M355 hydraulic disc, F180/R160mm rotors|
|Accessories & Extras||Kickstand, fenders, rack,|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Black/Blue / Small/15-inch||00791964513650||16-16-6040||ANA-16-16-6040|
|Black/Blue / Medium/17-inch||00791964513667||16-16-6041||ANA-16-16-6041|
|Black/Blue / Large/19-inch||00791964513674||16-16-6042||ANA-16-16-6042|
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The bike only lasted for 6 miles then motor quit. Noisy front tire/brake setup. fair to poor brakes. not reliable enough.
The bike worked fairly well for 6 miles, then the motor made a shuddering noise and quit. Wheel World was somewhat helpful with some troubleshooting tips. The diagrams, and troubleshooting tips took several hours to go through. All a waste of time. The 2015 Dash never worked again. In the one day, 6 miles that the Dash did work, it was impressive in its speed and pedal assist workage. However, the front end made a load shuddering sound, and vibration between 18 and 20 mph. The bike easily pedaled to 26 mph on flat ground. The brakes are of a very cheap mechanical disc design. Wheel World, after convincing me to troubleshoot the bike for several hours, e-mailed a UPS label to send the defective bike back at no cost to me. Alex there was very helpful, however, and offered $79 discount on a $2379.00 Haibike. I know Wheel World does not want to be in this situation either, but I think they could have offered a slightly larger discount after I spent so much time and energy trying to make this lemon work. Very disappointed.