Grace takes you to the next level. This bike is our most high-end model to date. A collection of all comfortable elements such as a step-through frame, and swept-back handlebars. Upgraded 8-speed shifter, which is more closely integrated with the bike, to smoother the shifting. With the addition of 26"*4.0" fat tires, the bike can ride effortlessly on all terrains. The torque sensor which senses the force put into the pedals is a significant improvement, achieving low latency, accuracy, and maintenance-free. This improves the bike's handling, making it much more intuitive and enjoyable to ride, and safer.
Grace ebike makes all possible.
Received my Grace bike a couple weeks ago. Assembly was easy and very well packaged. Only got about 40 miles on it so far, but that’s more than I had on my other bike all season. The only thing that I have a little trouble with is I don’t know how to reset the trip meter and time. The assist works great. I’ve ridden my wife’s with a cadence sensor and a 500 watt motor and there’s no comparison between these. This is so much easier on the same terrain. I’ve ridden on some rough woods roads and I had no problems with handling a heavy bike and the ride was comfortable. The colors on the black are great! Just waiting for the fenders and rack to come out to complete this great bike. I’m 66 years old and want to do more healthy things like bike riding. I haven’t had to use more than level 1 assist other than 1 hill that I have never pedaled all the way up even with a 21speed bike. I finally pedaled all the way up and did it in 3rd gear and level 3 assist. I like this bike. What else can I conquer next?
Easy to assemble. I've had this bike for 2 weeks and ride nearly every day for 30 min - hour and battery is still at 98%! Got it up to 32 mph while peddling. So much fun to ride. I've ridden on trails, sidewalks and street. Powerful enough to go uphill with ease.
Wow! The Velowave Grace step-through bike is very nice. First, the package is well done and protects the whole bike while shipping. We all know that shippers are not easy with any packages. I unbox the bike in the back shop to set up the bike, and it does come about 85% ready to go. Just put on the front wheel, peddles, light, and handlebars. That's it. The battery came with a 75% charge, and there's only one way the battery goes into place. The tools that come with the bike are good; I didn't want to use any of my tools to do the job. Want to know if their tools can do the job? Yes, they did, with no problems. Another plus : )
I bought the turquoise and green; I want something different, you know everyone has black and silver. The pink wasn't going to do for me. I like the color combination; the photo didn't do the color combination justice, so I was a little nervous.
The color to me is hunter green with the color of mint chip ice cream. Everyone that saw and talked to me on my bike ride liked the color. The color is excellent for a man or a woman. Now let us get to the bike itself, all the stuff that makes me get excited. The build is heavy-duty, it's no small bike, and the weight of it is perfect for a person like me who Desert race with a KTM 300 when I got on and sat down after making the adjustment and pretty much set it up like mine KTM's. It felt natural; you can feel the bike when you sit down or stand up. You know, it has a present, and the bike will not be ignored. It's one of the things I like about this bike; it's not like my other Specialized mountain bike. I realized there's a difference. Velowave Grace fits nicely in the middle of Specialized and the KTM's
So, let us get to the other stuff, like the first ride, which was 38 miles, and the battery life. The seat was okay for someone who rides a lot. For people who don't ride a lot might be a little hard. Easy fix just orders one that fits your needs. Me, I just keep mine on. The bike rode smoothly for a hard trail, and the fat tires are super nice and adjust to your needs and comfort. I kept mine at 25 in the rear and 20 in the front since it was a bike path. Will deflate tire for gravel and dirt roads.
The battery life during the ride. Well, let us say it was great and way better than I could have hoped for. I did the Lake Meade loop in Henderson, NV, and if anybody has done that loop, then they would tell you; it is no joke with all the long hill climbs throughout the loop. Figure if it were going to break or wouldn't handle that loop, it wouldn't be for me. I wanted to know, so I went for it! Had it on pedal assist 1 for most of the ride and bumped it to 2,3, and 4, in spots never hitting 5. It handled that loop like a champ Life of the battery was 71% after the ride from 100% at the start. Of course, it has to do with selecting the right gear throughout the ride.
When selecting the gears, just do a quick pass for people who don't ride a lot. There is a way to select gearing when riding, but for this bike is simple just do the quick pass for this bike, and you will be fine. After a couple of rides, you'll be a pro.
The handlebars are good looking it's part of what sold me on the bike. It reminds back of the day when A bars came out in the 70s' and bicycles motocross look first started. Okay, dated myself! I am in my 60s, and it is a perfect fit for older people who are still active. They do have a lighter version(s)
Would I change anything? No! The price is fair for this bike. It's a nice cruising bike and can see myself having a load of fun on it.