Like many of the bikes of its manufacturer, the BEZIOR M26 constitutes a good alternative; for urban mobility, one that is friendly to the environment and that also allows us to exercise (if we wish). Among the highlights are its powerful engine, solid construction, folding design, Shimano gearbox, and suspension system. On the other hand, we are not convinced by the fact that it has no resistance to the elements and the relatively short autonomy in fully electric mode.
The BEZIOR M26 sports the same look as the mountain bikes produced; by this company and other manufacturers, sporting an aluminum alloy frame and large, non – slip 26-inch wheels. However, this does not mean that it is designed for all types of terrain such as the BEZIOR X500Pro; or at least that is what leads us to intuit the lack of certification or degree of resistance against the elements; which is a shame in our opinion. opinion. With that said, its construction is solid within what can be expected and it is provided with a suspension system that we will delve into later. In front we find an LED headlight to drive at night with tranquility and above it is obviously the handlebar.
The handlebar is made up of throttle, brakes; thumb shift (Shimano brand), an LCD screen with an onboard computer. As expected, the latter provides us with information on speed, mileage, battery charge level, and also the active mode. The only negative about it is that it is not tactile; so to switch between the different modes we will have to resort to the traditional physical buttons. We almost forgot to mention one of the most important aspects of the design; it is foldable in a process of just 3 steps. Normally the BEZIOR M26 occupies 177 x 82 x 104cm, but when folded it measures 103 x 37 x 104 cm, which saves space and makes it easy to put it in the trunk of the car or store it in the garage.
As you might expect, there is more than one riding mode, 4 to be specific; fully electric, pedal-assist, fitness (which basically means fully manual), and push mode. The mode chosen will obviously have a significant influence on battery life; but we’ll get into that in-depth in the end. The good thing about this bike does not stop here, because, in addition to the above; it has a Shimano 7-speed gearbox and a fairly complete suspension system. In this vein, the BEZIOR M26 is equipped with a central shock absorber just below the frame and with a suspension saddle. Likewise, the front fork is suspended, so we can expect relatively bump-free pleasant rides.
Undoubtedly we face a powerful electric bike; something that is obvious to the look at your engine 500W able to reach a top speed of 30KM / H . Obviously, this last data exceeds the legal limit for this type of vehicle; so the most sensible thing to do is keep the 25KM / h limit established by the DGT in place if you live in Europe. According to the manufacturer, the bike has everything you need to support a maximum load of 150 kilograms and climb slopes with a 25 ° incline. In this section, it lags a bit behind the BEZIOR X500 Pro, with which it shares many similarities in design and performance; but the latter definitely takes the lead with its load capacity of 200 kilograms.
The BEZIOR M26 is powered by an 18,650 48V10.4AH lithium battery. It is protected from the elements within the frame and has all the protection you would expect, such as overload; short circuit, and overvoltage. In theory, it offers us a range of 60 to 80 kilometers, but that is using the pedaling assistance mode; so we will be making a physical effort to reach that figure. Meanwhile, in fully electric mode it gives us up to 40 kilometers of travel; a disappointing figure when considering the price and range of this bike. In another vein, the battery takes about 4 hours to recharge to 100% of its capacity; which is an acceptable amount of time. We can buy it from Geekbuying at $1049.99 in Flash Sale by using Coupon Code: GKB689S and ship From the EU warehouse.