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The Cobra pro features a full suspension system, a beastly 1000W mid-drive motor with a torque sensor, and some seriously huge and chunky 26” x 4.8” CST tires. These combine to give the bike true off-road capability, and a large degree of comfort in more rugged environments.
With a 400-pound payload capacity and an all-terrain design, the premium Zebra is up for whatever, and it's reasonably priced, too.
The Himiway Cruiser is an ebike designed to handle a little bit of everything, despite the cruiser name it is actually capable of much more with fat tires and a suspension fork.
With its removable 48V Samsung battery and 750W motor, the Himiway Cruiser gives you the freedom to go anywhere within a 60-mile radius. Its 26-inch Kenda fat tyres offer excellent grip and traction over a variety of terrain, as well as a more comfortable riding experience.
Himiway Zebra has proven popular as an adventure-style fat tire e-bike that can handle street and trail riding. California and Florida are both known for having plenty of both, and so it seems like a fitting model to customize for the two states.
Himiway is committed to providing excellent customer service, including a two-year warranty on electric bikes and after-sales maintenance services at any 300+ dealerships across the United States.
Commuting to work on a daily basis, and hitting the trails for adventures on the weekends? The Zebra’s got you covered.
The Himiway Escape Pro is a fat tire ebike that stands out with its moped-like design and features, such as the fixed seat and dual coil rear suspension.
The Rambler that provides excellent performance and durability, it’s perfect for those who want a reliable, stylish, and easy-to-use ride that can handle complex urban roads and long distances.
With branches and customers in North America and Europe, Himiway is a global brand. In the next phase, they aim to serve over 1 million cyclists in 30+ countries worldwide.
I absolutely love my Zebra Step-Thru! Put close to 100 km on it the first weekend. Seriously the best purchase I have made in a long time.
Only did a short test run as it's been raining almost every day since I received my Zebra Step Over. I'm a 270lbs guy and this bike has more than enough power. Very nice and we'll made.
Will update when I have a chance to do a longer ride...
I got the Zebra stepthru. Well built solid and quiet. No rattles or squeaks. The nine levels of pedal assist that are adjustable is a great feature, lots of power. Pedals well without assist, on flat terrain. Braking is very good and feels very stable. Fit and finish is perfect. I put on a 130mm stem riser being 6'1",giving me a very comfortable riding position. Very happy with my purchase.
I'm very impressed. the battery so far has lasted 60km on a trip I've made with power to spare. its got enough torque to go up some of the steepest hills in the area I live in, and its just overall well built and exactly what i needed out of an e-bike. I was initially looking at a different brand when searching for the right bike for my needs, it was similarly specced but a much smaller battery, and on top of that, it was also about 600 dollars more. I think for a budget fat tire e-bike, this is hard to beat. I do have some plans for slight improvements in the future, but nothing that I feel is mandatory, and can be done over time. i think a mirror is a good option for road use. hydraulic brakes would be a good option eventually, and either a suspension seat or suspension seat post, as hitting a bump at some of the faster speeds you can hit on this bike can be a bit harder hitting than you expect. I think not having those options on the base model is actually good to make the price point a bit lower for a budget focused individual. my one actual criticism would be that the manual itself does not explain the screen functions the best when going into all the settings as I had to look up some other guides from youtubers to get a better idea on how it worked and look up a separate manual for it. what comes in the bike manual is a bit basic. that being said, for the average rider, I dont think they need that info as easily available, but maybe including a line in the manual for where to go for the expanded full functionality manual could be useful.
At my age I find this bike helps me keep moving and pedaling, still provides the backup power I need to go longer distance with ease.
I recieved my bike mid November in Ottawa. Within a week, we got our first snow storm.
It has gotten me to work after this last storm with 25cm+ of snow ended... bit hairy jumping plow ruts and riding in traffic lanes, but I made it in record time.
My ride in worst road conditions of 2022, was equal to the wait times outside, I would have to do to bus to work, and got there with my gear, and saved 25 or more minutes (no idea how backed up busses were).
After 450km on this Cruiser, with tools and gear for work 19km each way, I can say, other than adjusting brake calipers, and a few minor glitches (mostly user error), bike still rides and looks like it's new!
I recommend heavily saturating shifter cable and derailleur with winter grade grease before riding in slush on sub zero days... like any winter ridden bike.
I've enjoyed every minute of winter rides to work, and getting about for Christmas shopping and groceries.
Did a ride out to the river it was such a nice day. Fishing trip!
36km round trip with some exploring. Battery smiling at 3/5 bars.
Haven't been here in years!
I enjoy riding that bike. It’s pretty sturdy. Overall I’m very satisfied with that purchase. The only issue is that I didn’t receive the front fender in the box. Other than that everything is great. The cruiser is awesome.
Bought two cruisers a black for me and a white one for my wife. During the first two weeks that we have owned them we have ridden them everyday. They have exceeded our expectations and have gotten us back into biking! Even got up early for a coffee run. Excited to try them first ice fishing!
Absolutely fun. I'm 71 and have always enjoyed riding a bike. With the pedal assist I can ride for many more miles. I pedal about 98% of the time, including up step hills. I have always had problem with leg cramps and muscle soreness. With this bike I have neither. The longest ride I've took is 28 miles and the battery was still indicating a full charge. I would like shock absorbers for the back wheels though. It was hard for me to spend this much money for a bike, but I'm SO glad I did.
Ia??m a big guy.. 6a??3a?? 330lbs. My wife is 5a??8a?? and healthy weight. The bikes are very well built, super simple to unpack and set up. Comfort: The handle bars raise up high enough to ride around without bending too far forward. Power: my wife can throttle up a steep hill without pedaling. For me, I simply need to drop into first gear and help pedal slightly to climb my big butt up the same steep incline with minimal effort. Normal hills are no problem. Battery life: we live in an area with hills and valleys and ride on pavement and stone paths. I got 22 miles on a charge while my wife was only a bit less than half battery riding the same path We have 70 miles on the bikes so far and I cana??t wait to ride again. If youa??re hesitating on the purchase - dona??t! I highly recommend Himiway and these bikes
I have always aspired to running errands on my bike. With this Himiway ebike, I finally do it. I jump on the bike wearing my street clothes (and a helmet) and zip to the store for a few things. Even in hot July, I don't get sweaty gross.
I can't say enough about this bike. If you're on the fence about buying this bike then go ahead and pull the trigger, you won't be disappointed. Oh and it's not as heavy as it looks. It is heavier than a normal bike but it's solid and smooth.
With the gas prices creeping up to $8 a gallon, I decided to take a look at alternative means of transportation. I kind of went into the e-bike game blind. I picked the Zebra and Ia??m so thankful I did. I have already clocked 200 miles on it. I find myself taking the scenic route home.
I love this bike! It is uncomplicated, reliable, and fun to ride. It takes hills like a champ and makes this 73 year old look like a Tour U.S. rider. Fits nicely in the trunk of my car so I can take it safely anywhere. Handling is superb. I also feel safe because it is very stable. Would like a little softer seat and bigger seat for my big bum, but I may be able to switch that out, and that's because I am riding longer and further every day. Thanks! Love it!