Easy Motion EasyGO Race eBike: Single Speed Commuting Made Easier

The EasyGo Race is built to zip around the city, giving the feel of a very fast single speed. The motor sensitivity is very well tuned, almost taking the place of gearing.

Fast and light, the EasyGo Race Class 2 eBike comes in at a mere 33.5 lbs, a svelt number for an electric bike.The 250-watt rear motor is more than enough to propel this alloy-framed ebike. The EasyGo Race is built to zip around the city, giving the feel of a very fast single speed. The motor sensitivity is very well tuned, almost taking the place of gearing, allowing you to feel confident pedaling at any speed, on many surfaces, and up most inclines. The bike handles excellently at speed, whipping around corners, and solid on straightaways.

 

The EasyGo Race is built to zip around the city, giving the feel of a very fast single speed.

The 216Wh battery is less than you’d expect on most bikes, but despite the decreased weight, the battery still lasts long enough for any typical city ride. Less than a couple of hours charging, and you are good for another ride. Good quality Emotion parts and deep alloy rims finish off this bike for a very decent single speed, even without using the motor. It also has a compact profile, making it easier to maneuver turns, trails, and stairwells. We pulled a Burley Tail Wagon with the EasyGo Race, and found it to be very comfortable, handling as well on the street as on dirt paths. This sleek bike has a really great ride feel, with the low-maintenance and elegance of single speed combined with the perfect amount of assistance to make your trip around town fun and fast.

EASYGO RACE $1,299.00

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