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EAHORA | Juliet 1000W Fat Tire Long Range Electric Bike

EAHORA | Juliet 1000W Fat Tire Long Range Electric Bike

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Customer Reviews

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Sergio S.
Powerful Bike and battery

This bike is so beautiful and powerful and the battery is the Best for all day long and is true 120 to 130 miles with pedal assistance am so happy with my purchase thank you so much Eahora for this beautiful Bike100%recomended

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Josh
Basically a class M2 moped, but with pedals so it's a "bike"

So let me start by saying I love the bike. But my review is going to reflect that it's not for everyone. So if I sound critical, I'm not. It's just that the Juliet is basically a huge honking battery with a bike built around it. If you need/want the huge honking battery, this is great. This bike will REALLY get 80-100 miles on a single charge. That is a real number and not a make believe number like it is on some bikes. But there are some tradeoffs made to work the big honking battery in. The most obvious trade off is in size and weight. This bike is large and heavy. The battery is large heavy. The frame to hold the battery is large and heavy. The double post fork that holds that weight limits the turning radius of the handle bars making turning this bike around or maneuvering it while walking more difficult. Without power, this bike is a bear to move... don't plan on riding this without motor assist -- the pedals are pretty much "wink wink, this is a *bike*, and not a class M2 moped", and while they do "work", don't get this bike expecting to use them much. That said, the bike handles fine when riding with throttle, and the throttle is VERY configurable in the system settings (which are comprehensive, if cryptic). I was able to set mine up so that PAS 1 was slow high pedestrian traffic, PAS is 15mph which is the trail speed limit where I live, PAS 3 is 20mph to match my son's class 2 ebike, PAS 4 is 25mph for most side streets, and PAS 5 is max power. I mentioned class M2 moped, you should be aware that this bike will go up to about 32mph, which is more than the 28mph limit of class 3 (albiet not much), and it does so with throttle only (which is not allowed for class 3), so while this looks like a bike and you aren't very likely to get pulled over on it like you would be on a Sur Ron or Talaria, the bike is not technically road legal in most US areas.

The bike comes stock with a lot of quality of life features -- including a bright headlight that has low and high beam, and has daytime running light, the tail light is a working break light that comes on when you pull the break handle, and the bike even has rear facing turn signals. As I mentioned the display/UI is highly configurable if not intuitive. It could be brighter -- it's a little hard to see in daylight. The included rear rack is awesome and HUGE. I was able to mount my large rear basket LONG ways, which is awesome as now the basket doesn't stick out wide on me.

The breaks and suspension are good enough. I had to remove a washer on the bolt holding the rear brack onto the frame that was scraping the rear rotor, and have a velofix guy come and do new bike wonkiness adjustments, so while it all works now, it wasn't a perfectly smooth assembly process. That said, the ride is smooth and the stopping is good. This actually has a rear suspension which many bikes in the same price range do not.

I personally wish the bike came with higher handle bars as I am a tall guy, but it's not unridable as it is. I also wish the bike had a step over variant, as the mid step over bar would give a place to anchor a U lock and strap on pouches that really don't work with the down tube that is honking huge to fit the honking huge battery. It would also be nice if the bike had mounting support for a rear wheel frame lock given the door dash use case (not how I use it, but this bike is popular for that use case, and given how hard it is to fit a U lock or chain around this, a frame lock would be awesome).

I would caveat -- The area I ride is flat -- I've seen review videos and if you live in a really hilly area, this bike may struggle with steep climbs. It will handle a small climb no problem, but if you do a lot of really hilly riding, you might want a lighter bike, and perhaps something with a more torquey motor. This motor is way more powerful than say a typical class 2 bike such as a Rad Rover or Rad City, and it is certainly geared better, but lets just say that it DOES get up to 30mph, but it takes its time getting there. It's quite good for what this bike is, but its not a torquey mid drive climbing/accelleration monster.

All and all tho, despite my quibbles, this has so far been a great bike. It's a perfect road around town bike with plenty of range and enough speed for surface street riding, as well as the lights and signals. More or less, if you want the insane range, and are willing to live with the heavy bike that goes with that range, I highly recommend this. Frankly the bike around the battery is way better than it needed to be for the price point it occupies. Especially when you consider that the battery is about half the cost by itself.

(PS: the Blue color is awesome. It looks grey in the marketing shots, but in person, it is very clearly a metallic blue that looks great. I am glad I took the chance on that).

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Mario D.
My first look !

It seem built to last and have a amazing look, it seem to have a very big capacity to make a big ride with that big battery 60 amp 48 volts, i will come back to let my comment about my first ride when i will did.

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Roger P.
Excellent EV bike for the cost

My first purchase of this kind of bike and I was very impressed with the quality and overall performance for the price. It hasn't been above freezing yet but I will know more after a few more miles but no complaints.

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Edward H.
The Juliet rocks!

My favourite bike yet! Versatility, range and style. Looking forward to future upgrades and accessories! Great touring experience!

Eahora Juliet
2023 Release

Meet Juliet, designed for riders who want reliable and long last cycling. The best ebike battery made by EV-class safety standards with 48V 60Ah capacity. Ride for longer distances now, no more worrying about running out of power. Featuring a step-thru design frame crafted from high-quality steel, providing exceptional strength and durability.


Features

1000W Electric Bike | Eahoar Juliet 1000W Motor1000W Brushless Motor

Enjoy the thrills of new generation motor with 1000W rated, 1200W peak output, and 110 max torque. The new upgraded controller with 25A max output makes it easier than ever to ride up hills and tackle challenging terrain.

Torque: 90N.m
Gradeability: 30°-40°


1000W Electric Bike | World Largest-Capacity Electric Bike Battery48V 60AH Battery

The largest battery capacity ebike battery with EV-class safety to maximally extend your riding range. Revel in its superior energy density, minimal self-discharge, and unmatched security compared to traditional lithium-ion counterparts.

Throttle Mode Range: 78-84 Miles
PAS Mode Range: 110-120 Miles


1000W Electric Bike | Eahora Juliet DisplayColor LCD Display

Five-level pedal assist and equip twist throttle can achieve the same speed in electric mode. Featuring pushing mode and cruising mode make more functionality and usability during cycling.


Size and Geometry1000W Electric Bike | Long Range Electric Bike | Eahora Juliet

Recommended Rider Height: 5'4" - 6'4" or 165CM - 195CM

Ⓐ - Total Length: 72.05" or 183CM

Ⓑ - Wheel Base: 48.8" or 124CM

Ⓒ - Seat Height: 32.3" - 40.2" or 82CM - 102CM

Ⓓ - Handlebar Height: 42.5" or 108CM

Ⓔ - Rim Diameter: 16.4" or 42CM

Ⓕ - Standover: 24.2" or 61.5CM

Ⓖ - Reach Distance: 22.8" or 58CM

Ⓗ - Chain Stay Length: 18.9" or 48CM

Ⓘ - Seat Angle: 74.7°

Ⓙ - Seat Tube Length: 10.6" or 27CM

Ⓚ - Bike Width: 28" or 71CM

Ⓛ - Top Tube Length: 23.6" or 60CM


Technical Specifications

Bike Class:
Class 3 ebike with throttle and pedal asssit functions.

Bike Weight:
116lbs in total with the battery.

Range per Charge:
78 - 84 miles on throttle mode. 110 - 120 miles on pas mode.

Payload Capacity:
Recommend rider weight within 330lbs.


Electronic System:

Motor:
1000W DC hub motor, cassette; rated torque: 90N.M.

Battery:
48V 60AH (2.88KWH) lithium battery.

Controller:
48V, 25 ± 0.5A; 12MOS.

Charger:
54.6V ~ 8A smart charger; input 100-240V 50/60HZ. Charging hour: 6-8 Hours.

Display:
4" portrait color display(YL-81F), IP65 Waterproof; brightness: 100CD/M2

Lights:
Front light 48V 8W LED light; rear integrated brake lights, turn-signal lights.

Wiring:
Water resistant connectors and wiring harness.

Waterproof Rates:
IP65 Waterproof, including motor battery, display and wiring.


Bicycle Components:

Frame:
Carbon Steel; frame size: 20" * 18".

Brakes:
180MM front and rear hydraulic disc brakes.

Brake Levers:
Aluminum alloy comfort grip levers with motor cutoff switch.

Tires:
20" * 4" CST tires; tire pressure marked on sidewall.

Fork:
80MM travel mechanic suspension alloy fork, adjustable.

Rear Suspension:
35MM Travel Spring suspension(HLT-100) * 2.

Chain:
DG50 chain.

Crank Set:
48T * 165MM, dual-sided chainring guard.

Shifters:
Shimano 7-speed.

Derailleur:
Shimano 7-speed.

Freewheel:
Shimano 7-speed, 14-28T.

Grip:
Comfort rubber ergo grips.

Handlebar:
BMX handlebar.

Pedals:
9/16, polymer bearing.

Headset:
Integrated threadless headset.

Rack:
Customized steel rear rack.

Kickstand:
Aluminum alloy kickstand with plastic foot.

Fenders:
Custom fat tire fenders, no bracket arm.

Saddle:
Comfort leather saddle.

Rims:
Aluminum 36H spoke wheel.

Seatpost:
Aluminum seatpost with clamp.

Bell:
Electric horn integrated into the headlight.


WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE:

Delivered with 85% assembled:
Ebike & battery;
Original charger & adaptor;
Front tire & quick release;
Headlight;
Pedals, saddle;
Fenders;
Product manual;
Screws and tools for assembly.



FAQ

What is the IP rating of the Juliet bike? Can I ride it in the rain?

  • Our Juliet is IP54 for outdoor use. You can ride it in the rain but should park it under the roof if rains.

Can the brightness on the display be adjusted? I can hardly see the speed when riding.

  • The brightness of the display is not adjustable. We'd recommend you try to adjust its position (by rotating the display bracket more vertically) to tune the readability under sunlight.

Is it hard to handle with the 125lbs weighted bike?

  • It's no more difficult to handle on riding than other 45-70lb bikes while it's harder to walk home or lift for storage/ transport.

Should I charge the battery after every ride? I don't want to get this expensive battery broken after the warranty expires.

  • You can, but do not have to. The lithium battery allows charging it after every ride to stay in full or charge after runs out. Both of these charging preferences will not shorten the lifespan (or reduce the charging cycles) of it. But for long-term storage (winter or other situations,) 40-60 percent charged and check & recharge monthly is the best.

Is this Juliet model considered as a female bike? I'm considering between the Juliet or Romeo.

  • Many customers may think Juliet is a female bike with first sight to the step-through frame and BMX handlebar bike. But in our original design, Juliet is a good workhorse for customers who spend a lot of time through the streets. Obviously, the step-thru frame is the most practical design for frequently getting off and back on it, the wider BMX handlebar is easier to handle and more comfortable for long-lasting rides.

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Shipping

  • Shipping: All products Ship by courier (Fedex or UPS) from the US warehouse. All products come 90% assembled. 

  • Delivery: Estimated between Mon Mar 06 and Tue Mar 0. Will usually ship within 2-3 business day.

Delivery and Returns

Please allow 10 days for your order to arrive.  We source products from all over the world to bring you epic offers and the lowest prices. This means sometimes you have to wait a little longer to get your order but it's always worth it!

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Customer Reviews

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Sergio S.
Powerful Bike and battery

This bike is so beautiful and powerful and the battery is the Best for all day long and is true 120 to 130 miles with pedal assistance am so happy with my purchase thank you so much Eahora for this beautiful Bike100%recomended

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Josh
Basically a class M2 moped, but with pedals so it's a "bike"

So let me start by saying I love the bike. But my review is going to reflect that it's not for everyone. So if I sound critical, I'm not. It's just that the Juliet is basically a huge honking battery with a bike built around it. If you need/want the huge honking battery, this is great. This bike will REALLY get 80-100 miles on a single charge. That is a real number and not a make believe number like it is on some bikes. But there are some tradeoffs made to work the big honking battery in. The most obvious trade off is in size and weight. This bike is large and heavy. The battery is large heavy. The frame to hold the battery is large and heavy. The double post fork that holds that weight limits the turning radius of the handle bars making turning this bike around or maneuvering it while walking more difficult. Without power, this bike is a bear to move... don't plan on riding this without motor assist -- the pedals are pretty much "wink wink, this is a *bike*, and not a class M2 moped", and while they do "work", don't get this bike expecting to use them much. That said, the bike handles fine when riding with throttle, and the throttle is VERY configurable in the system settings (which are comprehensive, if cryptic). I was able to set mine up so that PAS 1 was slow high pedestrian traffic, PAS is 15mph which is the trail speed limit where I live, PAS 3 is 20mph to match my son's class 2 ebike, PAS 4 is 25mph for most side streets, and PAS 5 is max power. I mentioned class M2 moped, you should be aware that this bike will go up to about 32mph, which is more than the 28mph limit of class 3 (albiet not much), and it does so with throttle only (which is not allowed for class 3), so while this looks like a bike and you aren't very likely to get pulled over on it like you would be on a Sur Ron or Talaria, the bike is not technically road legal in most US areas.

The bike comes stock with a lot of quality of life features -- including a bright headlight that has low and high beam, and has daytime running light, the tail light is a working break light that comes on when you pull the break handle, and the bike even has rear facing turn signals. As I mentioned the display/UI is highly configurable if not intuitive. It could be brighter -- it's a little hard to see in daylight. The included rear rack is awesome and HUGE. I was able to mount my large rear basket LONG ways, which is awesome as now the basket doesn't stick out wide on me.

The breaks and suspension are good enough. I had to remove a washer on the bolt holding the rear brack onto the frame that was scraping the rear rotor, and have a velofix guy come and do new bike wonkiness adjustments, so while it all works now, it wasn't a perfectly smooth assembly process. That said, the ride is smooth and the stopping is good. This actually has a rear suspension which many bikes in the same price range do not.

I personally wish the bike came with higher handle bars as I am a tall guy, but it's not unridable as it is. I also wish the bike had a step over variant, as the mid step over bar would give a place to anchor a U lock and strap on pouches that really don't work with the down tube that is honking huge to fit the honking huge battery. It would also be nice if the bike had mounting support for a rear wheel frame lock given the door dash use case (not how I use it, but this bike is popular for that use case, and given how hard it is to fit a U lock or chain around this, a frame lock would be awesome).

I would caveat -- The area I ride is flat -- I've seen review videos and if you live in a really hilly area, this bike may struggle with steep climbs. It will handle a small climb no problem, but if you do a lot of really hilly riding, you might want a lighter bike, and perhaps something with a more torquey motor. This motor is way more powerful than say a typical class 2 bike such as a Rad Rover or Rad City, and it is certainly geared better, but lets just say that it DOES get up to 30mph, but it takes its time getting there. It's quite good for what this bike is, but its not a torquey mid drive climbing/accelleration monster.

All and all tho, despite my quibbles, this has so far been a great bike. It's a perfect road around town bike with plenty of range and enough speed for surface street riding, as well as the lights and signals. More or less, if you want the insane range, and are willing to live with the heavy bike that goes with that range, I highly recommend this. Frankly the bike around the battery is way better than it needed to be for the price point it occupies. Especially when you consider that the battery is about half the cost by itself.

(PS: the Blue color is awesome. It looks grey in the marketing shots, but in person, it is very clearly a metallic blue that looks great. I am glad I took the chance on that).

M
Mario D.
My first look !

It seem built to last and have a amazing look, it seem to have a very big capacity to make a big ride with that big battery 60 amp 48 volts, i will come back to let my comment about my first ride when i will did.

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Roger P.
Excellent EV bike for the cost

My first purchase of this kind of bike and I was very impressed with the quality and overall performance for the price. It hasn't been above freezing yet but I will know more after a few more miles but no complaints.

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Edward H.
The Juliet rocks!

My favourite bike yet! Versatility, range and style. Looking forward to future upgrades and accessories! Great touring experience!