Looks like a decent deal. Know where it's manufactured?

I used to have an ezip Trailz bike back when Best Buy was still selling bikes. The downsides are that these electrical bikes are MUCH heaver than standard bikes, and changing flat tires is more difficult to do (and if you can't do it yourself, you may find that local shops are reluctant to touch them or charge you more).

Looks like a pretty cool bike. Especially for the cost. Ive had several Currie scooters. One souped up with big brushless power and Hawker batteries. 22mph with my 225 lb behind on it. The quality may not be on par with some of the European designs that cost waaaay more or even the simplicity and cool factor of the cleanrepublic kit but I wouldnt hesitate to buy it had I the need.

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