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Cannondale Tesoro Neo X 3 Remixte Review – $3.3k

Cannondale Tesoro Neo X 3 Remixte Review - .3k

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Cannondale Tesoro Neo X 3 Remixte Review - .3k The Cannondale Tesoro Neo X 3 Remixte Review is an approachable commuter-ready electric bike with sturdy fenders, a rear rack, integrated lights, and high powered Bosch Performance Line Sport mid-drive motor that offers high speed Class 3 riding up to 28mph. Three sizes and mid-step frame design provide a wide range of fit options. Comfortable high-volume tires lower the attack angle while providing stability and float off-road. Great saddle height adjustability and saddle comfort, nice locking ergonomic grips. Excellent weight distribution, premium hidden battery design that is top-mounting and features a bottle cage mount. Powerful 180mm hydraulic disc brakes, decent 9-speed drivetrain. The purpose-built frame uses internal cable routing for improved aesthetics and reduced snag potential. The rear rack is sleek, with a support strut hidden below the rear fender… but it offers lower weight capacity and doesn’t have a bungee loop at the base. High quality aluminum alloy frame feels stiff and capable due to mid-step triangle vs. full step-thru. Only available in black, but the hardware all matches and wires tend to blend in. A bit longer than other ebikes due to the fenders, suspension fork, and large 29" wheels. Premium drive system raises the price, basic display panel has limited readouts and no smartphone app compatibility. Heavier spring fork offers limited adjustability.

0:00 Overview, colors, frame styles, battery
1:41 Frame balance, weight 55.3lbs, sizing
2:02 Seat post measurements, suspension fork
2:56 Tubular alloy fenders, rear rack details
3:54 Wheel size and tire details, price
5:07 Motor details, cranks, pedals, kickstand
6:37 Hubs and axles, hydraulic brakes, grips
8:08 Slap guard, motor controller, drivetrain
10:02 Battery details, charger, keys, removal
14:39 Trigger shifters, rear axle, wheelbase
16:05 Power on, display panel walkthrough
19:51 Locking ergonomic grips, saddle, paint
20:16 Stow kickstand, compare motor generations
21:22 Ride test, responsive, shift detection
22:25 Off-road riding fender noise test
22:48 Drivetrain closeups frame mount camera
23:57 Suspension view frame mount camera
24:21 Third person shots riding with Paul!
26:03 Top speed test in Turbo assist level
27:02 Conclusion, compare tool, forums

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