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Swagtron Swagcycle EB-5 Lightweight Aluminum Folding Electric Bike with Pedals

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Color: Blue

Style: Removable Battery

Pattern Name: Electric Bike


  • YOUR RIDE, YOUR RULES Go full throttle up to 15 MPH on battery power alone. But the EB5 PLUS also rides like a traditional pedal-only bicycle. Need some extra oomph? Turn on the pedal-to-go for a boost of electric power as you pedal.
  • DESIGN THAT PERFORMS Premium build. Eye-catching design. Streamlined and aerodynamic. But as good as it looks, the EB5 PLUS performs even better. Up to 15.5 miles on a single charge and conquer steep hills and 30-degree inclines with ease.
  • RIDING IN COMFORT The height-adjustable seat and handlebar gives you complete control over the comfort level of your adventure. And the high-performance 14-inch air-filled tires deliver smooth, stable rides even on uneven pavement.
  • EXTRA BATTERY = EXTRA MILEAGE Grab an extra battery (sold separately) and swap out the old battery for longer adventures. The compact size makes it easy to charge the eBike battery pack at your desk at work without taking up a lot of space.
  • PRE-ASSEMBLED EB5 PLUS is ready to go as soon as its delivered. No complicated assembly. In minutes, youll be ready to hop on, power up and ride Have questions? Contact our world-class customer support, backed by an American company.

Bike Type: Electric Bike

Age Range (Description): Adult

Brand: Swagtron

Number of Speeds: 5

Color: Blue

Wheel Size: 14 Inches

Frame Material: Aluminum

Suspension Type: other

Special Feature: Electric, Foldable

Included Components: SWAGTRON E-BIKE, Charger, Manual

Bike Type: ‎Electric Bike

Age Range (Description): ‎Adult

Brand: ‎Swagtron

Number of Speeds: ‎5

Color: ‎Blue

Wheel Size: ‎14 Inches

Frame Material: ‎Aluminum

Suspension Type: ‎other

Special Feature: ‎Electric, Foldable

Included Components: ‎SWAGTRON E-BIKE, Charger, Manual

Size: ‎14”

Brake Style: ‎Caliper

Specific Uses For Product: ‎Road

Item Weight: ‎37 Pounds

Style: ‎Removable Battery

Model Name: ‎EB5

Year: ‎2019

Lithium Battery Energy Content: ‎280.8 Watt Hours

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎30.5 x 23 x 14.5 inches

Package Weight: ‎22.45 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎49.2 x 21.7 x 34.9 inches

Brand Name: ‎Swagtron

Warranty Description: ‎1 year manufacturer

Material: ‎Aluminum

Suggested Users: ‎unisex-adult

Number of Items: ‎1

Manufacturer: ‎SWAGTRON

Part Number: ‎EB-5 PLUS

Sport Type: ‎Cycling, Outdoor Lifestyle

Skill Level: ‎All

Date First Available: October 1, 2019

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  • A commuter hit!
Color: Black Style: Standard Battery Pattern Name: Electric Bike
July 2022 Update -- The EB5 has been a gateway to riding a regular bike most of the time; it's no fault of the bike, but I live in a very flat area where e-assist really isn't needed. After replacing the throttle, the battery stopped charging. Through Swagtron, I was able to order a replacement for $99 and do the battery swap myself watching a helpful 3rd party YouTube video. I'm still pleased with the EB5 nearly 4 years on! October 2021 Update -- I managed to break the throttle; something internal (plastic) snapped and for now I'm limited to pedal assist, which is not as convenient. Can't believe I've had this bike nearly 3 years now, and I'm currently using it daily, logging about 100 miles a month. I was able to order a factory replacement throttle from an online seller, and it's on the way. I get the feeling that changing this component will be tough for me, so asking for help from a bike friend. I've started to air the tires up to 40psi and it's been a noticeable improvement. I now ride the bike more like a traditional bike, and with the PSI up (I'm scared to go higher, as I don't want to change especially the rear tube), seat post up, handle bars up as high as I can, it's a lot of fun! August 2021 Update -- I'm back to riding this bike daily for work -- 5 mile roundtrip -- so it's still a commuter hit in my mind. I added a more comfortable saddle (worth it). I'm careful not to overcharge the battery, but do top it off every day that I use it. It's pretty flat where we live now, so now pedal some of my commute each day for exercise. Unfortunately, I've taken the bike through some MASSIVE summer rainstorms, but it's survived. I've definitely gotten my money's worth. One possible concern is it's starting to draw much interest as car and gas prices go up and up. Sad that these now seem to be in limited supply on Amazon, and especially during back-to-school time. ***** Just a quick update -- the bike sat for most of the winter and seemed to hold a charge despite not being used. Took it for a spin today. I'm still pleased with it after roughly 6 months of ownership. **** To start off, I'm a moderate "department store" cyclist who has commuted in some zany ways over the years, including by traditional skateboard. I've been toying with the idea of purchasing an ebike for years but never took the plunge. I've also had goofy and cheap no-name folding bikes in the past that I more or less got my money out of. Based on my first weeks of owning an EB5, I'd say the EB5 is a fun and sturdy product that automakers might end up scared of. I'm 6'1 and probably at the top end (but not the max) of this bike's capacity -- but more because I prefer an upright bike. The seat pole seems plenty long with room to go but I generally don't like being bent over towards the handlebars, which is how I end up on this bike -- not ridiculously hunched, but not feeling like on an upright bike. I wish the handle bar stem was a tad longer, but it is not terrible as-is. I compare riding the EB5 favorably to using a rental e-scooter. About the same speed (15mph tops) when using the throttle (pedal assist actually seems to slow the bike down compared to the throttle) and a similar sensation and stress on shoulders for taller folks. Additionally, the bike handles bumps better than a rental scooter, I think, and there's capacity to add a handlebar basket and/or a rear rack and there are holes drilled in the frame (a single horizontal bolt) to add a cheap fender if needed. I like using the rental electric scooters, but I'm thinking the EB5 is a better purchase (I considered buying a similarly priced commuter scooter or a sit-down scooter with no pedals). The bike itself seems very sturdy and easy to fold compared with the cheapo folding bikes I've had in the past. I won't say it crushes down like origami but it should fit into a car trunk without any problem. I purchased a bag via Amazon for $30 (that is a little oversized) to make transporting it easier, and the bike is light enough (not feather light -- about 30lb?) that I can wear it packed in a bag like a shoulder bag if I had to. A bag isn't a terrible idea as the bike does not click together when folded and could potentially wing out when transporting it (but it doesn't seem apt to do this as it does fold pretty tight). Others have commented about the bike gearing. I tend to use the pedal assist only on inclines or when I want to try to catch up with another cyclist and the throttle alone isn't strong enough. A great feature, I think, is being able to turn off all assistance at a press of a button and pedal the bike normally -- I have confidence in the bike as a bike with the power off, navigating more challenging terrain and downhills or if I would ever go beyond the battery range. However, the torque is very strong on flat ground using pedal assist--I found myself unexpectedly popping wheelies using it in a few cases from a dead stop (I'm pretty lean), and the best I could manage was a three pedal then coast cadence that just felt weird, and especially compared with the smoothness of the throttle, which is a little addictive. I don't have experience with pedal assist on other bikes, but I could see how this bike could be a very strong hill climber given the wheel size, gearing and e-boost. I don't get some of the comments / the one repeated comment about the bike being "difficult" to pedal. There's not much if any noticeable resistance with the power off (and it's easy to switch the power on and off) and the handbook doesn't suggest that you shouldn't ride with the power off, so . . . if you're worried about range, it does seem like you could ride this like a bike if you would ever lose power or just want to get some exercise. The handbook suggests a potential range of 30 miles (my guess, an exaggeration). As said, I mix riding the bike with the power off (through some stops or more congested or challenging areas) and on with the press of a button. In my case, the bike drops only one of five bars after 9 miles of mainly riding full throttle on flat terrain. It does seem to lose a little steam/speed after prolonged use, but not terrible. The small wheel size does make riding the bike without power feel weird, but it's been a number of years since I've been on a bike with such small tires and it's just part of the experience of riding small wheel bikes. The brakes feel fine to me (I like that they are not electric or disc), the wheels seem to spin true, and I did add some air to the tires before I rode -- taking them up to roughly 30 psi for now. Set-up out of the box was a breeze. I simply removed packaging (lots of zip ties to cut) and re-assembled the bike from a folded position. I do wish the battery slipped out of the frame, which would make charging easier. But this is a sub $500 ebike after all. At different points in my career, the EB5 would have been my commuter vehicle of choice -- especially as a way to work, with the aim of arriving on time and without breaking a sweat. In our traffic conditions (with some red lights, etc), I can cover 3-4 miles in 20-25 minutes. It keeps pace with other cyclists and does well with traffic in 25mph zones. with great acceleration from dead stops and through intersections. The electric is just so smooth, and it does make a hum which gives some notice that you're on an e-bike to at least pedestrians. I feel like I have a range of options with this bike (unlike with an e-scooter) -- including the capacity to carry some cargo with a bike basket or rear rack. It looks like you can work on it, for sure. At the very worst, you could strip the EB5 down and end up with an okay traditional folding bike if the e-components ever do go bad (my guess, eventually the battery). I've enjoyed the YouTube reviews I watched before purchasing this bike and hope a community of users and modifiers does develop. I like that the EB5 is so earnest -- no app, simple components, seemingly solidly built. It's a surprisingly handsome looking vehicle in the matte black but the white might have been a safer / higher visibility choice if you plan on doing more night riding. I'm happy with this gamble so far. If you're more serious about the potential pedal bike use of this (and care less about the size / folding capability of it), you might want to go the next size up (EB7?) in wheel size for a more comfortable pedal cruise. But there's a lot to like about the minimalist design of the EB5 as-is! Despite some little gripes, I'm giving it 5 stars for now. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2018 by ekacnap

  • Used to be the best electric bike but has some issues
Color: White Style: Standard Battery Pattern Name: Electric Bike
Update June 2021: I used to rate Swagtron as 5 stars. But they have quality issues- I know because I purchased 6 swagtrons. Every single one had battery issues. One battery died after 6 months. The other battery died after 2 years of VERY LIGHT use. A 3rd battery dead or its power controller dead after 1.5 years. And when I say dead, I don’t mean from my negligence. They would go from fully functional to glitching, like having to turn off & on battery with the key to work in the middle of a ride, to then completely dead despite a functional fuse and contacts. Every time the issue resolved when I bought a new battery. I have learned these battery issues are common for all electric bikes. And swagtron’s battery prices are more reasonable than most other electric bikes. So no longer 5 of 5 stars, but one of the better electric bikes to buy. Read my original review before I knew of quality issues: I own 5 different electric bikes for different height people in my family: 1) the Addmotor Hithot H1- for me, I am 5'11'' and this is perfect size for taller people. 2) the Genze Series 200 16-inch frame step through- for my 5'5'' wife. 3) the Swagcycle EB-6- for my 11 yo son. Perfect electric mountain bike for kids and about the only electric pedal bike I could find specifically designed for kids. 4) And finally the Swagcycle EB-5- which is this bike you are looking at for purchase. 5) the Swagtron EB7 Of all the bikes mentioned above the most versatile in fitting all the different size bodies in my family is this EB-5. It is amazing in that I can easily adjust the seat & handle bar up to fit my 5'11' long legged body type and it still looks like I can adjust the seat even higher. I can ride it very comfortably without feeling awkward at all. As if it was a bike designed for someone my height. And it is the only electric bike that I can adjust all the way down in height so that it fits my 9 yo daughter (she is 45th percentile for height and weight for her age). The seat and handle bar goes down far enough where she can stand comfortably. I must say that at first I noticed her pedaling seemed awkward, like if she had to bend her knees way too much and I thought perhaps its because the pedals have a bigger adult diameter. But I simply put the seat height up a little so that she has to stand on her tip toes now while on the seat and now her knees look pretty normal while peddling. Not to mention her knees looked super bent on her normal bike too, I guess I had not noticed that before and the bike shop says that is normal for little kids. So basically this bike fits my 4ft 7in and 60 pound daughter and my 5ft 11in 180 pound body, and anywhere in between. It felt like a normal bike to me, no compromise in how it feels geometrically as a bike for me. I asked my little daughter the same question and she said the same, “no it does not feel funny, it just feels like a normal bike, just like my other bike.” I have no idea how Swagtron accomplished this versatility but they did. This EB-5 is powerful. I live on a hill and it easily brings by 180 pound body up the hill. I also saw a youtube review where it easily handled a 260 pound guy, which is the upper limit of recommended weight for this bike. It is so powerful that my little 9 yo daughter & 11 yo son have to be careful while on it. I think my daughters little 60 pound body does not put enough weight stress on the bike so that it takes off like a damn rocket. It explodes when she hits the throttle or uses the pedal assist. You just have to supervise them the first few times so that they are aware of its power and get used to it. If not, I can easily see how an accident might happen. This is especially true with the pedal assist. When they pedal even a little to go slowly, if the pedal assist it is on then it explodes them forward like a rocket. What I have done to solve this is that she can never have the power on when they first start on the bike. I first have her ride a little to gain speed and then she is allowed to turn on the power. If you do it this way then there should be no accident. It is reasonably quick. About 10 to 15 mph depending if its riding my heavier body or my super light children. It is also an extremely light electric bike. My other electric bikes are 50 to 70 pounds. Yet this weighs no more than a regular 20 wheel inch bmx bike. The one and only downfall of the bike is that it does not have an adjustable pedal assist. It is either on or it is off. There is no in between. For example, my Addmotor bike has 5 different levels of assist, from helping just a little at level 1, to going full throttle at level 5. But in fairness my Addmotor bike costs $1500 dollars, three times more than this EB-5 with only 1 level assist. The swagcycle seems to go at about 80 to 90% power with the pedal assist on and there is no turning it down. So it helps a little too much when going up hills. I wanted it to just help a little. The only other negative is that without the pedal assist the pedaling is tougher than a regular bmx bike. Tougher as in aggressive workout tougher. As if they do not have the perfect chain length to pedal ring ratio, which should be easy for them to fix and to have thought about before producing this bike. Another negative is if you turn off the pedal assist then you turn off the ability to just use the throttle. Since it does not have a multilevel pedal assist, at a minimum I wish the pedal assist could be turned off but then we could just use the throttle when we needed it. But it does not do that, either the pedal assist and throttle are both on, or they are both off. Swagtron should at least fix this, which would be easy without having to provide the more expensive multilevel pedal assist. Simple have the pedal assist on or off separate from the throttle would be my advice. But in the end, for the $499 price I paid for it then it is easily a 5 out of 5 star. Especially since it seems to be one of the only quality electric bikes that could fit my 9 yo daughter. I bought another 2 of them as gifts off the Swagtron website cheaper by $20 with a coupon code. The entire family enjoys biking now on the bike routes with tons of hills, we are exercising more and getting healthier. Where as before they refused to go biking due to the difficult of the hills. So get this bike, it helps defeating family TV watching, helps getting entire family outside to exercise. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2018 by Amazon Customer

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