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OHM Quest Review – $4.3k

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OHM Quest Review - $4.3k The OHM Quest is a high-end feature complete commuter ebike from a reputable company that uses some of the best brand-name components available, everything is here from rear rack, fenders, battery integrated lights, and front suspension fork, OHM has been around since 2005 and stands behind their products with shipping and assembly across North America and a 2 year comprehensive warranty. Mechanically it uses a high-end Shimano Deore Shadow + Clutch derailleur, 14-36 tooth cassette, 46 tooth chain ring, for stopping power, you get an super quality set of 180mm rotor hydraulic disc brakes with quad piston calipers, something usually reserved for fancier mountain bikes. Electrically powered by a Shimano E7000 mid-drive motor, 250-440 watts of power, 60nm of torque, 20mph top speed, torque based pedal assist, the battery is made of LG cells and is 36v 14ah, display is compact, protected, and can be bluetooth paired with two different apps. Charging requires a dongle to charge the battery directly, or you can snag the crank arms when charging on the bike, some may find the display is hard to see and reach, the integrated headlight doesn’t have side peek windows, quality components come at a cost, some may be put off by the $4k-$5k price tag.

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