A powerful 28mph fat tire e-bike with great parts!

Florida-based RideScoozy’s Veego 750 might not look like a powerhouse at first glance, but this e-bike is seriously dizzying. Combined with its nice load of comfortable touchpoints and quality components, the Veego 750 delivers an impressive ride that doesn’t skimp on performance.

Technical specifications of the RideScoozy Veego 750

  • Motor: 750W geared rear hub motor (1400W peak)
  • Top speed: 45 km/h (28 mph) with pedal assist, 32 km/h (20 mph) with accelerator
  • Vary: 50-80 km (30-50 mi)
  • Battery: 52V 17.5Ah (910Wh)
  • Loading time: 4-6 hours
  • Maximum charge : 129 kg (285 lb) total; or 45 kg (100 lb) on the rear rack only
  • Bike weight: 31.3 kg (69 lbs)
  • Suspension: GTMRK adjustable air suspension fork with lockout
  • Brakes: Tektro 180mm hydraulic disc brakes
  • Tires: 20″ x 4″ fat Kenda Krussade tires
  • Price: $1,999 (currently on sale from MSRP $2,299)
  • Supplements: Comfortable Cloud 9 cruiser saddle, color LCD display with speedometer, power meter, battery gauge, PAS level indicator, odometer, trip meter, front and rear LED lights, half-turn throttle, Shimano 7-speed transmission, port USB charging, integrated rear rack as part of the frame, fenders included, 3A quick charger included as standard

Veego 750 Video Review

Power and comfort in one

I already checked out the older version of the Veego 750 a few years ago, but RideScoozy has made some serious upgrades since then. The bike started out great, but new updates make it an ever better deal – and an even better deal.

I’ve seen plenty of comfortable e-bikes and I’ve seen plenty of powerful e-bikes, but rarely do I see them so well combined, and that’s exactly what the Veego 750 delivers.

The true 750W motor really delivers 1400W of peak power thanks to that 52V electrical system and high current controller. This means the bike can unload plenty of power at the twist of the throttle for quick acceleration or more powerful climbing. The motor’s 80Nm of torque makes quick work of both. The bike also reaches up to 28 mph (45 km/h) on pedal assist, making it a Class 3 e-bike – or, you can stick with Class 2 throttle operation at 20mph. As you wish.

But the bike isn’t just a hot rod – it’s also a comfortable cruiser. The Cloud-9 saddle is about as tall as cruiser saddles. Between the soft material, padded sections and springs under the saddle, you’re essentially setting your caboose up in a cloud – then, the front air-sprung fork helps smooth out the front end, and the chunky 4-inch-wide tires soak it all up. the suspension or the saddle are missing.

The tires have plenty of air volume thanks to their fat tire nature, but the 20-inch diameter is still small enough to keep the bike nimble. It also reduces the height of the bike, which means a lower possible saddle height; RideScoozy says it will fit riders 5’4″ to 6’2″. The step-in design makes the bike easy to ride too, especially for smaller riders. But even the tallest will appreciate not needling to throw a long, lanky leg all over the bike.

I also like how the rims use a cast wheel design instead of spoked wheels, which means you never have to deal with spoke maintenance, and in my opinion that has also looks cooler.

The bike doesn’t necessarily fold in the traditional sense, but the handlebars do. This makes the bike shorter, which means you may be able to slip it under a desk or table.

Another note to the bike’s design is the frame-integrated rear rack. It is very sturdy because it is not a bolt-on rack, but rather part of the frame. They say it can hold up to 100lbs (45kg), which means you can easily get a seat in the back to carry kids, or potentially even a very light adult (although it doesn’t). there are no footrests for adult feet).

I hate to keep saying, “But wait, there’s more!”. But there really are.

The list of beautiful pieces continues to grow. There are hydraulic disc brakes for low-maintenance, high-powered stoppers. There are fenders included so it won’t cost you to add fenders to the bike. The LED lights are nice and bright, not just tiny lights that tick the box but don’t cast much beam.

And I haven’t even reached the battery yet! The dang thing is massive at 910 Wh. The 52V system means it has more power than a typical 48V battery (although it’s only about 7-8% more power than a 48V battery – some people might not feel the difference). But the 17.5 Ah is definitely noticeable because it means extra long battery life.

They say 30-50 miles, and that’s totally doable. On throttle-only driving at 20 mph, a big battery like this can easily net you 30 miles of range. If you want to add pedal assist, you can go even further.

At a bike price of $1,999 (currently on sale from MSRP of $2,299), it’s a solid option. Yes, there are cheaper e-bikes. I know someone is going to throw the Lectric XP 2.0 at me in the comments, but I’d say the price of the Veego is worth it thanks to almost twice the power and twice the range, plus high-end parts quality like hydraulic disc brakes and super comfortable saddle. These upgrades give you a better driving experience that lasts longer and is frankly more fun.

It’s not a budget e-bike, and so if you’re looking for value for money, there are more affordable options. But as a high-quality yet still affordable fat tire e-bike, the Veego 750 lands well in just about every metric.

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