As the name Pony, small in size but fast in speed. Step-through frame, and swept-back handlebars, with a smaller body size, allow you to better control the ebike while riding and make your ride safer.
A powerful 750w motor, LG battery, suspension fork, and fat tires allow the Pony to ride on any terrain.
If you enjoy the security of being in complete control of your e-bike, the Pony is a perfect choice！
Too cold and snowy to ride now.
got my red pony today and love it already great riding bike!!!
So far rides great and battery lasts longer than expected.
Bought this for my GF (she's 5'5") and the 20" tires are a good fit for her height. Put over 40 miles on it so far from 4 different trips (mostly on the beach or rocky dirt trails through the woods) and haven't had any issues yet. Rode over some very rough terrain (sharp shells, rocks, tree roots, gravel, branches, etc) and the tires have held up well w/no signs of leaking.
Overall a great bike for the price w/plenty of power to get through rough patches. Really fun to ride, there were times where we would leave a trail and just start blowing through the woods creating our own trails. It really opens up a lot of options for terrain in general that would be too tough to do on a regular mountain bike not to mention you're going to be able to cover a lot more distance w/the pedal assist (got it up to 27mph on a straight residential road using pedal assist 5).
The toughest test of the bike was when we ended up on a muddy trail w/deep tire ruts filled w/water. There were a couple 10-20ft long stretches where we were forced to lift our legs and just throttle down to get through it. Not ideal for an ebike and definitely gave it a hard wash when we got back, but glad it has that kind of power when I need it and the battery stayed dry.
Our longest trip was 22 miles long with 16 of those on the beach. It was high tide when we arrived at the beach so we were forced to ride the first 8 miles in softer sand closer to the dunes. The softer sand drained the battery by 35%, but w/the tide going out on the way back those same 8 miles only burned 20% when riding on harder-packed sand closer to the water. Always try to go closer to low tide if you can and you also have more room to maneuver around people.
As far as assembling, it's not hard, but better to watch the instruction videos on Velowave's site vs. using the paper instructions that had incorrect wording for one of the steps.
Will come back and update review if I have any issues, but so far so good!
Could not be happier with this bike. I highly recommend it. It was alway recommended. Im tall 5'8 and did add a higher seat post for my comfort. Great bike great company.