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The Himiway Cruiser is an affordable all-purpose electric bike that combines cruiser comfort with off-road capabilities and commuting utility. With a rear rack and lights included by default and mount points for fenders and a front basket, the Cruiser is great for commuting while also providing a comfortable ride thanks to the upright riding position, fat tires, and a suspension fork with 100mm of travel. Driving the Cruiser is a Lüanxing 750-watt hub motor with an impressive 80nm of torque paired with an enormous 840 watt-hour battery to provide plenty of power and range, the electric assistance is activated by the tried-and-true combination of a sealed cadence sensor with a twist throttle. Charging the high-capacity battery can take a long time with the basic 2-amp charger, pedaling range is limited due to the 14-28 tooth cassette, mechanical brakes save costs but don't perform as well as hydraulic, and the rear light is independently powered and operated.

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The Himiway Cruiser is a powerful all-terrain fat bike that specializes in trudging through snow, sand, and most any other surface while also destroying hill climbs. Priced right around $1,500, we think the Himiway Cruiser and Step-thru offer a lot of value – just be prepared and know that you are getting a powerful e-bike that takes off quickly and is super fast, so hold on tight!

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With its removable 48V Samsung battery and 250W motor, the Himiway Cruiser gives you the freedom to go anywhere within a 60-mile radius. Its 26-inch Kenda fat tyres offer excellent grip and traction over a variety of terrain, as well as a more comfortable riding experience. And, once you’ve learned how to use the e-bike’s high-end Shimano seven-gear shift system to its full potential, you can save 15% of your battery life as you ride.

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The Himiway Big Dog is a new “cargo” bike from Himiway, a popular electric bike brand that has expanded its product line considerably over the last year. While I’m not sure this bike qualifies as a true cargo bike by most definitions, it’s definitely a fun little utility e-bike that cruises more like a mini-moped.

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Himiway recently made headlines with the announcement of their research on the latest 4680 batteries for their electric bikes. First adopted by Tesla, these game-changing batteries are assured to offer times more range in comparison to traditional 21700 batteries. The latest 21700 battery Himiway uses now already provides 43% more range, in that light, Himiway organized the Long Range Challenge in August to test the innovative battery technologies and how it has improved the range of the Himiway long-range fat tire electric bike in the real world. During the challenge, each battery averaged an impressive 60-70 miles of range.

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Electric bikes have been gaining popularity, and Himiway is the expert on the best electric bike in the long range. The "Himiway Cobra Pro" is a high-end Softail Electric Mountain Bike with the best battery and motor. The motorcycle has advanced features, including a 48V20Ah LG Battery, a 1000W Mid-Drive Motor, a four-bar linkage suspension, and coil suspension. Moreover, the Cobra pro ebike has a 10-speed gear shift system while traveling80 miles with one charge.

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But, Himiway's newly upgraded next-gen display will be backed by the latest materials and special processes that have helped to improve the backlight brightness big time. Himiway will also upgrade the hardness and water resistance of the screen for an elevated experience for riders even in extreme weather conditions. The new ebike display will be passed through thousands of tests by professional teams, repeated modifications and enhancements before Himiway finalize to launch the final version.

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Himiway recently made headlines with the announcement of their research on the latest 4680 batteries for their electric bikes. First adopted by Tesla, these game-changing batteries are assured to offer times more range in comparison to traditional 21700 batteries. The latest 21700 battery Himiway uses now already provides 43% more range, in that light, Himiway organized the Long Range Challenge in August to test the innovative battery technologies and how it has improved the range of the Himiway long-range fat tire electric bike in the real world. During the challenge, each battery averaged an impressive 60-70 miles of range.

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On the move, however, you never feel the weight. Even on the lowest, “level 1” pedal assist, the Himiway’s powerful, 750W geared hub motor – fed by a 48V, 20Ah Samsung/LG battery – does a fantastic job of pushing the Zebra along like a bike weighing half as much. In fact, you almost never feel the bike’s mass at all while you’re on the move. The bike’s 7, Shimano trigger-shift gears have just the right ratios, giving a trip through the gears a crisp, linear feel. The big hydraulic disc brakes, too, feel like they’d haul the massive Zebra down from just about any speed with confidence-inspiring stability.

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clean technica

The Himiway Big Dog E-Bike is built to be your cargo-carrying sidekick while zipping across the city and around the neighborhood. This Class 2 ebike boasts an ultra-wide rear rack and a powerful 750W motor to easily transport kids, groceries, or whatever else you need for your on-the-go lifestyle. Priced at $1,999, the Big Dog is a great choice as a daily commuter and multipurpose bike in and out of the city.

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mashtips

The power is plentiful and it comes on very strong. As with most hub motor equipped bikes, (the majority of under $2500 bikes), the motor turns on when the rider is pedaling and the cranks are rotating. It comes on strong since it really doesn't know how much power the rider wants. And it keeps the power while the rider is pedaling or until the rider touches the brakes.

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The first model, Himiway Cruiser, was pretty much a Rad Power Bikes RadRover knock-off. However, the company has come a long way since then. It now offers seven unique models, each one bringing something new to the e-biking table.

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Bicycle Guider

The electric parts on the Himiway Cruiser fat bike are pretty impressive. This e-bike boasts a 750W brushless geared rear hub motor with 80Nm of torque that can be utilized via pedal-assist and throttle.The 48V 17.5Ah battery packs 840Wh, which is more than enough to give you ~30-60 miles of range, depending on how you ride.

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In the marketing this is an electric assist fat bike. The use would be snow, sand, and dirt roads and it would work for that stuff. The only thing that really keeps you from doing that is what it requires to get it loaded up. The bike weighs over 70lbs and taking it on a rack will mean a rack setup that can handle that kind of weight.

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Himiway Big Dog E-bike ends up being much cheaper long-term. As previously said, riding an electric bike to work saves you a large amount of money on petrol. If you don’t drive your car too much, you’ll save money on maintenance. It is also less expensive than public transportation choices such as buses and trains.

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As such, it strengthens the traction and prevents slipping. This is very important for a safer and more enjoyable ride. It is also suitable for different kinds of terrain as well as weather condition like mud or snow, which are no problem for Himiway Zebra. The battery is removable, with higher capacity, allowing covering more mileage.

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The Himiway Zebra comes in high step and step-thru variations offered in grey and white respectively. We chose to review the step-thru for its accessibility. The step-thru design on the Zebra looks cleaner and we prefer it compared to the Himiway Cruiser Step-Thru which is more of a mid-step. Additionally, the battery is hidden nicely in the frame on the Zebra.

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It was so powerful that even though there are five levels of pedal assist, I actually stayed in pedal assist 1-2 for the majority of this range test. Generally, I like to have an average pace of around 12-14 mph on my range tests. Even with the big hills, pedal assist two hauled me right up while still maintaining around 11-12 mph. If I planned to continue to commute with this bike I would have adjusted the pedal assist power levels in the advanced settings. This would allow the Zebra to have a smaller jump in power between pedal assist one and two. Take a peek into the manual and you will find directions on how to do this.

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The Himiway Big Dog is like the Himiway Zebra’s little sibling. It sports a similar shape, just miniaturized to accommodate shorter riders and be less intimidating. It’s still a heavy bike at nearly 91lbs but Himiway notes a rider minimum height of only 5 feet, and with a step-through design, the bike should fit just about everyone. Himiway also put the battery inside the frame, keeping it out of the way for shorter riders. A more upright riding position is provided by the BMX style handlebars.

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