Cemoto City Commuter electric bike review and it will give you an idea of what this e-bike is all about with a bunch of pictures and info on the specifications.
Part 2 of the Cemoto City Commuter review will give you info on ride characteristics, results from the range test, pros, cons, and overall thoughts on this e-bike.
The Cemoto City Commuter is priced at $1,199 at the time of this review. Cemoto is offering $100 off to EBR readers: use this coupon code at checkout: PETE100
Alright, let’s get into the details of the Cemoto City Commuter!
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The Cemoto City Commuter electric bike.
The Cemoto City Commuter electric bike has a 300 watt geared rear hub motor with 36V 10ah lithium battery.
The City Commuter has an aluminum frame that has a unique shape to the top and down tubes of the frame. It definitely makes the bike look a little different than other e-bikes.
The frame has curved seatstays and large welds through out.
The chainring and chain are covered by a stylish chainguard to keep your pant legs clean.
A Shimano Tourney 6-speed rear derailleur takes care of shifting the gears.
The City Commmuter comes equipped with a 300 watt geared rear hub motor.
A rear rack, fenders (front and rear), lights (front and rear) are just some of the accessories that are included on the City Commuter.
The seat on the City Commuter is wide and takes the edge off of some rough roads.
This is a view of the cockpit of the Cemoto City Commuter.
On the left side of the handlebars is the display, rear brake lever, and the bell.
At the display you can control the pedal assist level, turn the lights on or off and see the battery level.
The right side of the handlebars has the Shimano rear derailleur shifter, front brake lever, and the twist grip throttle.
The Top Gun suspension fork helps take the edge off of rough roads.
The City Commuter comes equipped with front and rear lights.
This is the front mechanical disc brake on the Cemoto City Commuter.
The tires have a road style tread.
The 36V 10ah lithium battery is located behind the seat tube of the frame. This location keeps the weight of the battery centered and relatively low for good overall bike handling.
The battery can be removed from the frame by unlocking it (with the included key), removing the seatpost, and pulling up on the battery.
The battery can be charged either on or off the bike.
The top of the battery has a battery level display.
The side of the battery has the charging port and the lock/on/off key.
The battery can be charged while it is installed on the bike.
This is the rear v-brake.
The Cemoto City Commuter amidst the red rocks.
Cemoto City Commuter Electric Bike Specifications
Frame: Aluminum frame
Fork: Top Gun suspension fork
Motor: 300 watt geared rear hub motor
Battery: 36V 10ah lithium polymer battery
Assist Options: 3 levels of pedal assist (cadence sensor) or throttle.
Drivetrain: 6-Speed Shimano Tourney
Brakeset: Front mechanical disc brake and rear v-brake
Tires: 26″ x 1.95″ commuter style tires.
Accessories: Rear rack, fenders, chain-guard, front and rear lights, kickstand, bell.
Colors: Black or silver
Weight: 55 lbs.
Price: $1,199 (at the time of review) Cemoto is offering $100 off to EBR readers: use this coupon code at checkout: PETE100
Here is a link to the specifications page of the Cemoto City Commuter electric bike.
Now checkout part 2 of the Cemoto City Commuter review with info on the ride characteristics, the range test, pros, cons, and overall thoughts!
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