Mountain bikes with electric assistance tend to amp up your pedaling speed and power with an unbelievable thrill. When you use an e-mountain bike, you’ll experience an increased range. Also, it lets you cover more ground and riding distance with less energy and time than your standard bike. Generally, mountain or electric bikes can be highly expensive. But, you’ll beg to differ when you check our review and thoughts on the Yose Power Mountain E-Bike, which is an affordable yet standard option, especially for beginner mountain e-bikers who never say no to adventurous rides. So, let’s get started!
Inside The Box
When we received the Yose Power Mountain E-Bike, it came partially disassembled inside a cardboard box. First, we noticed this e-bike’s aluminum alloy frame in matte black, which looked sleek and stylish out of the box. Secondly, we placed its 27.5-inch front wheel by positioning its front hub in the middle, then mounted its handlebar grip, pedals, and saddle. Next, we switched its smart battery indicator on with an LCD screen while placing its removable battery on the upper side of its frame to complete the assembly.
While putting it to use, we noticed how its DC high-speed motor boasts a 36V 250 Watts of continuous power claimed to provide a stable output. As instructed, we achieved ranges up to 25 Kilometers of speed per hour, depending on the challenging situations involving steep hills and soft terrain. However, it’s also instructed that fewer fit riders may be capable of achieving ranges of 10 Kilometers or less.
As its decent APT500 display came with power modes like Off, Eco, City, Trek, Power, and Max modes, it got easier for us to keep track of the data of speed, battery, trip function, and assistance level for a better riding experience.
There’s an interesting thing about its battery. When we mounted this semi-integrated battery on this e-bike’s frame, we hardly noticed it because it looked almost camouflaged as a part of this bike. However, this large capacity battery with 480WH claimed a range of up to 70 Kilometers with a warranty of 18 months. This seemed pretty standard for a battery of this size.
We’ve used the off-eco, city-trek, and power-max modes with different percentages. For instance, its power increased up to 100 percent with the five gear-assisted riding modes for the most powerful outcome.
Lockable Front Shock
Finally, we activated its two suspension modes for smooth surfaces or rugged terrains while testing. For example, while riding on rough mountain roads, we unlocked the front suspension, making our riding stable and comfortable. And we activated the front shock while riding on smooth roads in order to reduce energy loss from suspension and ride more swiftly.
Overall, we can conclude that the Yose Power Mountain E-Bike is a highly practical and beginner-efficient choice for mountaineering. Moreover, if we consider its value for money, it will most likely give more high-priced mountain e-bikes a run for their money due to the features and price.
Diana Miller, is a dedicated nature enthusiast and an outdoor adventurer. She began leading groups for excursions in her teens and never stopped. Following her passion for nature, she gathers her friends for outdoor trips every now and then. And for the last 10 years, she has executed workshops on backpacking, snow kayaking and traveling that included her main motive of lightweight packing while outdoors. During leisure, she loves planning for her next adventure.