IZIP Express Electric Bike: Specs, Video & Pictures
Wow! Do you want to feel like a professional bike racer without all the training? If so you should check out the IZIP Express.
It has Evo-Drive that truly multiplies your power while you pedal. The 750 watt motor provides assistance to the rear wheel via a Gates belt and cog on the “other side” of the wheel (see pictures below).
Not only does the Express multiply your power but it also goes the distance. The 36 volt 20 amp hour lithium ion battery pack is double the size of a normal electric bike battery pack.
This post will give you an idea of the specifications of the IZP Express and tease you with some pictures. The video and full review will be coming soon!
IZIP Express Specifications
Frame: Aluminum frame
Fork: Rockshox Argyle RC Externally Adjustable Motion Control Damping with Maxle Lite Thru Axle
Motor: 750W of Power from a Hi-Torque DC Neodymium Magnet Motor
Battery: Lithium-ion Cells In Power Pack with Advanced Power Management 36V / 20Ah Pack Rechargeable Cells
Controller: Exclusive Currie Evo-DriveTM, 36 Volt with Power Gauge Function and Variable Power Boost
Drivetrain: Exclusive Evo-Drive Proprietary Planetary Differential Combined w/SRAM RD-X.7, SL-X.7, PowerGlide 950 11- 32T 9-speed, Shimano FD-M580-E, 27-Speed Drivetrain
Brakeset: Avid Elixir 5 Hydraulic Disc Front Set, Avid Single Digit 7 Linear Pull with Speed Dial 7 Rear Set
Tires: Michelin Protek Tracker Plus 26 x 1.85”, with 1mm thick anti-puncture reinforcement under the tread. Special rubber mix with a reinforced architechture for long life and road hugging grip
Rims: Alex EN24 26” Double Wall Alloy Rims with Stainless Steel Spokes, QR Front and Rear
Total Weight: 62 lbs.
Price: $4,999 (USD)
Warranty: 1 year (2 years for motor)
Here is a link to the information page of the IZIP Express electric bike.
Also, here are some performance specs from Currie Technologies:
Range: 37 miles to 62 miles (60Km to 100Km) depending on power level
Torque: at the tire patch is 96Nm
Top speed: (with max human power input) is 28 mph (45Km/h) – Still legal because if it were powered by motor only, top speed is 20 mph (32Km/h), (but this bike has no throttle, pedal assist only)
Recharge time: 4.5 hours
Climbing: will climb a 30% grade and have enough power to ascend a climb of 1250 meters (over 4100 Ft) in height.
Checkout the video and pictures of the IZIP Express!
You can download the video here or download the video to iTunes automatically and add the video to your mobile device.
Well that about wraps it up for this preview of the IZIP Express.
Stay tuned for a video of this bike and the full review!
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Craig Armstrong says
awesome bike, great way to get to work!!!! and run errands
Dave Paquette says
Great review and a great bike…Man i wish i had an extra 5k kicking around. This would be my choice of wheels for sure.
I am so going to get one of these bikes. Might take some time but i am sure it will be worth it.
Long Island Electric Bikes says
I know it’s been sometime but I figured I’d let you know these are now going for 3K on closeout to get ready for next years bikes.
Michael K. says
The bike looks good and would stand up to the rugged trails and roads we have up here. Thank you for the review and the many photos of the bike.
David L. says
Thanks for the update. I look forward to the full review, also. I am especially interested in how the split top tube effects the handling and comfort.
Are their bags that easily attach to this particular bikes rear rack? I need a good set for my Kilowatt.
I would check with this shop, they could probably help you out: