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STRONGER 350W MOTOR —The mountain ebike RED SUNSHINE is equipped with 350W high speed brushless motor, providing more than enough to power your daily commute, a cruise on the mountain, or a meander along your favorite trail. With speeds up to 20 mph, It will get you there swiftly.
REMOVABLE SAMSUNG BATTERY: With the 36V 7.8Ah Lithium-Ion battery, you can reach a range of up to 30 miles per charge. Plenty for a dayâs adventure or most trips to travel and back. You can charge the battery on/off the ebike by your convenience. No worry for being stolen.
HIGH QUALITY MATERIAL: The Aluminum Alloy frameâ light, strong and designed to last, makes it easy to maneuver. Aluminum Alloy double-walled rims are for greater durability as well as faster ride with less drag. A high- strength front suspension fork can take your riding comfort to the next level
3 WORKING MODES — Ebike & Assisted bicycle & Normal bike. With the LED 3-speed smart meter button, you can choose the electric assist power according to your needs. You can add a burst of speed with the throttle, which is ideal for pulling away from traffic lights. Combining three modes would be a better choice.
SERVICE AVAILABLE — This bicycle arrives 85% assembled. It’s not hard to finish aseembly by yourself—Watch video on ANCHEER SPORT. The assembly service on this page is provided and charged by third-party company partnered with Amazon. If you can’t finish by yourself, you can click and choose the service.
When I ordered this bike it was the blue Ancheer bike. I believe the bike is the same as what is currently shown minus the LCD screen.
The box is huge when it arrives. To be expected. I originally asked for the bike technician but cancelled due to his availability. Which saved me $70 because it turns out this bike is 85% assembled. It comes with all the tools and instructions you need to finish it. Ps this is coming from a girl who knows absolutely 0 about building bikes.
So far I have rode this to work 17 miles there and back. It works great! Even on the hills in the Seattle area. The seat is extremely uncomfortable so as everyone suggest change it out. I would also add fenders.
Other than that…. I would say its a pretty good buy. There is a cheaper ancheer bike that is foldable the issue was the battery was different and it bugged out after 1000 miles. Hoping I can write an update when I make it that far on how the battery holds up over time.
All in all yes you should buy!
I just brought home my lovely bike. So happy with it. I hadnât ridden a bike since I was a teenager and Iâm now in my mid fifties. I thought itâs now or never. Apparently you donât forget how to ride a bike, but in fact you can lose confidence. I rode it home in the dusk and found it a comfortable ride. Battery on pedal assist mode even up hill. Battery support for hills is really great. If the hill is a bit steep just use a bit more battery support.On the flat or shallow hill just cycle or use throttle, and use pedal assist mode if you need it. Iâm very happy with the bike and with ancheer service
I have owned this bike for a few weeks now and so far have put 140 miles on it according to the built-in computer. My primary use for this bike is for getting around Boston since I don’t drive and the T is always crowded. Over this time I have made some observations about each component found on this bike, here is what I have to say.
This bike comes in a very, very large box since it comes mostly assembled, only the front wheel and handlebar needs to be attached using the included tools. I also unpacked the battery and charger first to get the battery charging while I put everything together. The package shipped from California all the way to Mass so I was a bit worried the condition it would arrive in. The box arrived with one hole in it and it was the guard over the rear derailer was bent inwards, it was easily bent back out and no damage was done. The gears do need to be tuned out of the box, and since I am new to that, I took this bike to a local shop to have everything checked over and tuned properly.
due to my height (6’3), I opted for the Blue Spark model which has bigger wheels and also a bigger battery and motor compared to the other available models. The motor has 6 different assist levels, 0 being pedals only and no motor, 5 being full motor assistance whenever pedaling. The twist throttle can be used any time except for level 0. I weigh about 205 lbs and on a flat surface the motor has no problem accelerating me up to the max speed of 20mph and can maintain that speed well if on flat ground. Being only a 350w motor, the power isn’t anything too competitive but it is more than enough for my daily riding. The motor is also extremely quiet to the point others can’t immediately tell this bike is electric. The battery takes approximately 6 hours to charge from completely dead, but I have yet to fully drain this battery. my longest ride so far has been 13 miles and that only drained the battery halfway using only electric for most of the ride.
The Blue Spark comes with Shimano Altus gears installed. Since I have no experience tuning bike gears, I left that to my bike mechanic. With everything tuned properly, the gears work smoothly and are completely silent when pedaling. The gears shift reliably using paddle shifters and so far I have had no issues with them. The only thing I would prefer is a higher gear ratio, when the bike is at 20 mph, even with the highest of the 24 gears selected, I feel like I am pedaling faster than I should be. I understand this is a mountain bike and that is the reason for the lower gears but I will get into that in the next section.
With this being a mountain bike, I expected the suspension to be on par with my previous mountain bike that this bike has replaced. The front suspension fork on this bike seems like it would get the job done being that it has the option to be locked and the stiffness can also be adjusted just by turning a dial. In my experience, however, the suspension handles nothing like I would expect from a mountain bike. Minor bumps and potholes are managed by the front wheel but the rear wheel always feels quite harsh. My primary use for this bike is on streets and occasionally riding thru grass/wooded areas. Even on seemingly light offroad paths, every bump is enough to shake this bike uncomfortably. If you plan to do any type of serious mountain biking, I would look elsewhere since this suspension isn’t built for it.
This bike comes with mechanically actuated disc brakes. One of the first things I noticed was the brakes required significantly more force to stop compared to my old bike which used rim brakes. I talked to my bike mechanic about this and he suggested for a higher speed bike like this one along with a heavier rider like me, to upgrade to hydraulic brakes since it will allow for easier braking and eliminate the risk of snapping a brake cable in the future. I had Shimano hydraulic brakes installed on this bike and the braking performance has been much better. The brakes did cost me close to $300 but I believe it was worth it for the improvement is performance and safety.
Before I ordered this bike, I ordered the cheaper option offered by Ancheer, but I changed my mind after and ordered the Blue Spark for its larger wheel size. Since I only ordered the other bike 30 minutes ago, I emailed Ancheer and requested they cancel the order.
If you ever need to contact this company, be prepared to wait… a lot.
Their customer service Based in some other country so the only time I recieve a response from them is around 4 in the morning and it’s usually in broken english. Being that I ordered the bike on a Friday afternoon, they did not contact me until Monday morning only to tell me that the bike already shipped and there is nothing they can do. I didn’t buy that for a second, though, since the tracking showed FedEx did not pick it up until Monday night.
After some confusion with my mailroom, I had the incorrect bike returned to the sender to avoid any extra shipping charges which did end up working. Ancheer, however, stopped responding to my emails for a few days and it ended up being a few weeks of back and forth emails with them to sort out the bike. After a few weeks though, I did finally get my money back on the wrong bike.
The only issue I’ve had with the Blue Spark is the instructions for the bike computer not being included and I had no idea how to reset the milage for the trip. Ancheer was able to send me a pdf of the instructions the next day, thankfully.
I’d recommend this bike to anyone who is interested in electric bikes but doesn’t want to make a larger investment to something more powerful quite yet. If you are planning to ride on anything other than roads or maybe a dirt path, I suggest you research other bikes since this suspension isn’t up for it.
After finishing a ride last night, I noticed my rear tire was vibrating a bit, not thinking much of it I brought the bike in to charge for the night. When I returned I found my rear tire to be completely flat. I found one very small hole on the tire that looks like it was punctured by a needle. I will be replacing the rear inner tube now. I also need to purchase a wrench for the back wheel since the correct size for that wheel was not included with the bike.
NOV 2019 bot the 19.5″ Ancheer BLUE SPARK with a 36V/10.4Ah 350 Watt Rear hub motor ………………. FANTASTIC MTB E-bike for both pedal & pedal assist. QUALITY construction, smooth shifting 24 Speed Shimano Gears, excellent paint job, 27.5 x 1.95 MTB tires and a kick stand that doesnât interfere with the pedals. Has a LARGE easy to read LCD that displays power level & ride information I use level 1-2 assist for climbing 3-10% grades which is approximately 20% of my daily 8 mile ride in the street. The 350 Watt hub motor has more power than I need with minimal power consumption. I replaced the Mechanical Cable dIsc Brakes with HYDRAULIC Cable disc brakes [from Bolton E Bikes $160]. This bike rides & handles great on the street & on dedicated park trails.
What needs improvement, is not the bike, but for ANCHEER to provide a printed USER MANUAL with each bike & a support website to obtain a pdf User Manual.
LCD Display info is factory set to Kilometers [To change Kilometers to Miles, press & hold + & – buttons, at same time, until display goes into RESET mode and then change setting from #1 Kilometers to #2 MPH]
Good solid product–no real negatives. Its heavy–but most E-Bikes are. The longest ride I’ve taken has been 20 miles, and the battery was down 2 bars, (about 50%). I used “pedal assist” all the way, and used medium boost. .