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EVELO Atlas Review – $4.7k

EVELO Atlas Review - .7k

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EVELO Atlas Review - .7k

The EVELO Atlas is a powerful urban electric bike with enviolo continuously variable transmission that can be shifted at standstill, clean quiet Gates Carbon belt drive, light and adjustable Zoom 110mm air suspension fork with 15mm thru-axle, plastic fenders, integrated lights, adjustable top speed, and optional second battery pack for extended range! Powerful Bafang M600 mid-drive motor offers up to 120nm of torque. Dynamic pedal assist and trigger throttle operation. Zoom hydraulic disc brakes include motor inhibitors and brake light activation for added safety. Compact lightweight downtube integrated battery pack offers 720wh capacity using energy dense 21700 battery cells, 3 amp charger included. Free shipping to the contiguous US with trial period, the company has been around since 2011 and has a good reputation. Attention to detail with adjustable kickstand, bottle cage bosses, and custom ergonomic grips. Relaxed geometry with lower standover height and swept-back handlebar for improved comfort. Predominantly sold online, requires some effort unboxing. Rear light is a bit low and may be blocked by the fender. Only available in one frame size and color. Rear disc brake rotor appears to be 160mm vs. 180mm both. Tires do not include reflective sidewall stripes for added visibility.

0:00 Introduction to the bike, the designer, and the drivetrain
0:54 Air suspension fork 110mm travel, hubs, tire size details
1:57 Bafang M600 mid-drive motor: custom programmed, optional throttle
3:05 USB charging port on display, one frame size, one color: black
4:11 Chainring and rear sprocket drivetrain overview, cranks, pedals
4:33 Total weight with battery, battery and motor weight, balanced
4:57 Plastic fenders with smooth rounded supports, assist sensors
6:15 Seat post and saddle details, quick release, rear hub spacing
6:50 Trekking rated Enviolo CVT, 10 years working with Enviolo
7:28 Custom designed ergonomic locking grips, hydraulic disc brakes
8:38 Electronics use CAN bus communications for high precision
9:13 Warranty details, pricing details, included bottle and cage
10:05 Integrated lights, lowered standover with reinforcement gusset
11:54 Charge port location, battery charger 3 amp, balanced charging
12:25 Optional rear rack with battery for double range, pricing
13:13 All electronics are IP65 rated, main downtube battery 720wh
14:40 Activating the display, menu walkthrough, settings menu
18:23 Showing the optional throttle, discussing the bike names
19:01 Ride test begins with handheld cam, shifting demonstration
20:25 Off-road noise test, more details on the rear rack option
22:07 Third person ride shots with hill climb, on-frame shots
23:00 Conclusion with site resources: compare tool, ebike forums

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