Espin Sport Electric Bike Review – An Affordable Ebike with it All!

Espin Sport Electric Bike Review – An Affordable Ebike with it All!

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0:00 – Close-up shots
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1:19 – Walkaround and components
15:37 – Throttle only test and riding with pedal assist
19:20 – Large hill climb test
24:39 – Riding footage and my take on the Espin Sport


  1. EBikes & Outdoors on September 1, 2021 at 10:17 pm

    Great first look! Thanks for the work you put in on this!

  2. Marcus Welby on September 1, 2021 at 10:18 pm

    In your opinion how does this bike ride compared to the Ariel Rider?? For an extra $329 u get a suspension. Fork, rear rack, adjustable stem, LCD screen seems worth the extra cost for the added features.

  3. J Gentry on September 1, 2021 at 10:22 pm

    Thank you, your vids are appreciated.

  4. Ebike Escape on September 1, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    What do you think of the affordable Espin Sport electric bike?

  5. W X on September 1, 2021 at 10:35 pm

    Helpful review. But please consider adding more pertinent information, like whether this bike can be unlocked to be a class 3 and reach 28 mph, and the battery voltage and maker of the battery cells. If that information isn’t provided by the manufacturer, you can easily crack open the battery case to see if those cells are Lg, Samsung, Panasonic or what have you. Also the range of the free wheel is super important, especially noting the highest gear. All too often these ebikes highest gear is a 14 tooth cog, instead of what it should be, an 11 tooth, in order to minimize any kind of ghost pedaling.

    And speaking of ghost pedaling, that is what’s so frustrating on my Aventon 500 and Lectric XP. Whenever I am pedaling above 18 mph, in the highest gear and pedal assist 5, I’ve got to pedal super fast, annoyingly fast, just to help the motor along only a little bit. That’s where that 11 tooth cog really comes in handy, and of course a larger chain ring in the front, such as a 52 or 56 tooth.

  6. Jason Jenkins on September 1, 2021 at 10:46 pm

    Every bike should come with adjustable stem, in my opinion. Nice bike.

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