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[Costco] Daymak Milan 66cm (26in.) Electric Bicycle - $1349.99

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[Costco] Daymak Milan 66cm (26in.) Electric Bicycle - $1349.99

Costco electric bike
Not on sale but in stock.
$1349.99
Comes in 4 colors

Tire size: 66 cm x 4.4 cm (26 in. x 1.75 in.)
Height range: 1.52 m to 1.83 m (5 ft. to 6 ft.)
Range of up to 40 km (24.85 miles)
Speed: Up to 32 km/h (19.88 mph)
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Apr 17, 2006
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NO - just because of the basket
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caddie wrote: NO - just because of the basket
that's half the pimp.
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Nov 19, 2007
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YES - just because someone said "NO - just because of the basket"
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Apr 22, 2021
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Wow, the reviews are just horrible.

Get a Volbike instead. I've had mine since 2019 and no issues.
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Akizuki wrote: The Daymak or the NCM Milano below? Anyone have any input. Ive been watching these EBikes for a while now. The NCM says it IS A 500w motor compared to Daymaks 350w.

https://leoncycle.ca/milano-electric-city-bike
I would get the NCM, even though I don't own one (I actually don't have any ebike for that matter), though I have been looking into getting one and doing a lot of research. They seem to be one of the better entry level manufacturers based on reviews/comments online. Voltbike is the other manufacturer that I've heard good things about, including from several RFDers (though in certain cases you could still wonder if it's a shill).

The issue for me is everyone and their dog are making ebikes now, and at $1500+ it isn't what I would consider a small investment. Direct to consumer SOUNDS great in theory (no middleman = savings up front), but you have to ask yourself, if something goes wrong with it (really only a matter of time), how is it going to be dealt with? Are you going to have to ship the unit to the other side of the country at your own expense? Are you going to be able to get parts for it? Will your local bike shop work on it ? (many will not, especially for those without dealer networks - FYI NCM does have dealers). This is really what blocks me from buying some of the options I see online. Rize, for example, makes a lot of bikes that look really good in terms of specs, but if something breaks, where are you going to go for service? You don't want to now be stuck with a $2000 paperweight because no one will work on it....
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Just because of the basket so YES
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sold out. ppl are cleaning up bike stock still?

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