There are more and more categories of e-bikes in North America, such as fat tire e-bikes, fat tire mopeds, and these bikes are a step further than previous bikes, with more power and better performance. The Asomtom ebike also features a new bike design, moving toward a bigger, bolder, higher-end electric bike. This super-powerful Asomtom E300 allows riders to ride comfortably and leisurely with ease.
Although the Asomtom E300 all-terrain fat tire bike is not the most innovative bike for electric bikes, it is definitely a bike with a high price/performance ratio in the category of all-terrain bikes.
Asomtom E300 can fully meet the needs of all bicycle usage scenarios: an electric bicycle with a good-looking design, which can not only walk around in the city, carry your equipment/shopping/children, but also be suitable for mountain beaches and rough roads. a complex terrain.
Asomtom E300 This bike is equipped with enough motor and battery capacity to provide good power and above-average range, while also offering a number of included accessories that make the Asomtom E300 a more practical bike for family use.
As far as e-bikes go, the design actually looks pretty good, which is far from the case in this industry. It even offers stride frame and stride frame options, giving a wider range of riders more opportunities.
Asomtom E300 Technical Specifications
Motor: 750W BAFANG Peak 1000W Brushless BAFANG Motor 85NM of torque
Top speed: Up to 28MPH
Range: 35-60 miles depending on accelerator/pedal assist
Battery: 48V 15Ah (768 Wh) with LG battery
Maximum load: 400 lbs (136 kg)
Frame: Duty 6061 Aluminum, Step-Thru
Tires: 26″ x 4.0″ Puncture-resistan Fat tire
Suspension: front Hydraulic Suspension With Lock
Brakes: Equipped with dual hydraulic disc brakes, 160mm mechanical disc brakes front and rear
Additional Features: LCD Backlight Display Pedal Assist Level speed, mileage, Battery Capacity Odometer, Light Status Indicator, Front 48V LED Lights, Half-Twist Throttle. Smart 5-Level Pedal Assist
Environmentally friendly means of transportation that save more money and energy,
As global oil prices have risen, so have the prices of e-bikes as they become more feature-rich. Combined with some pricing pressure in the industry, we saw an unfortunate rise in e-bike pricing last year. But compared to cars, e-bikes are a way to save money on your wallet.
However, the Asomtom E300‘s $1,599 price is in the sweet spot of being affordable enough for most people, but also expensive enough that they don’t cut corners with a bunch of cheap parts.
For example, the 48V 15Ah battery is larger than what you’ll find from most e-bike capacities in the industry. That’s 768 Wh of capacity, or enough for a range of about 35 miles (56 kilometers) on throttle alone, a top speed of 28mph you’re riding fast on throttle, and there’s also a boost mode.
If you can keep your pedal assist and put in some honest effort while the motor assists you, you can achieve a longer range of 60 miles.
However, e-bike batteries need more than just capacity to be considered. Let’s take a moment to appreciate what the integrated battery looks like. Obviously the removable design of the battery makes the battery more convenient to carry. And Asomtom chose the right design here, it blends well into the downtube and looks great.
The motor is very powerful for the daily commuter, delivering 750 watts (1000w peak power) to reach a top speed of about 28 mph. With so much power, sand, snow, and all kinds of mountain terrain can be used with complete ease. You can actually get some significant help at higher pedal assist levels. The comfy cruiser saddle is nice too, this bike made my love for e-bikes even more.
When you press down on the pedals, you can roughly feel the assisted power going forward.
The Shimano 7-speed shifter is basic hardware, but works well. If I spend more then I’d like to see better parts that last longer between adjustments, but this is a $1,599 all-terrain fat-tire ebike you can’t really climb for that price Shimano grade. The same goes for the front and rear cable-pull hydraulic disc brakes with 160mm rotors. They are not fancy mechanical disc brakes, cable-pull hydraulic disc brakes work better than normal wire-pull disc brakes and are stronger than full hydraulic quality, hydraulic disc brakes are harder to repair once they break, this cable-pull hydraulic disc brakes They can work stably and later maintenance is more convenient. And we get 160mm rotors instead of 120mm base-level rotors.
Honestly, we had a similar situation with our suspension forks. This suspension fork uses line hydraulics which is nice but nothing fancy. I’ve seen cheaper ones, and I’ve seen better ones – this one is in the middle of the road and is perfect for basic rough mountain use. 120mm travel thru-axle with lock and adjust function, the lock can be unlocked for flat terrain, and the lockable design helps adjust to suit different terrains. The alloy front suspension fork helps to better reduce the bumps when riding on rough roads, bringing a more comfortable riding experience.
The throttle is a half-twist model, which I rarely see. I found the half twist throttle to be the most comfortable type of throttle for safety and easier to control than the thumb throttle to adjust the speed because you can twist the inner half of the handlebar and then hold the two halves with your whole hand and keep the throttle engaged – for a long time No wrist strain is required while riding. And the Asomtom throttle also has a cruise function, the throttle handle is fixed for 10 seconds and then cruises at a constant speed, making your riding easier. Thumb throttles can tire longer riders, while full twist throttles require some level of wrist muscle engagement to maintain the twist. There is no doubt that half-twist the throttle is Goldilocks’ best choice.
The bike only hits a little 28 mph on the throttle, which makes me wonder if it’s a legal issue, maybe it’s classified as a Class 3 e-bike in the US.
The stepping frame is also a great design. There’s also a stride frame option, but I generally prefer strides where possible. If you’re loading the rear rack, it’s a lot easier to straddle the frame than to swing your legs on overhead cargo. And the stepper still has a 400-pound load rating, so even heavier riders can still enjoy the bike with confidence.
Don’t know if you guys still have the always outdated idea that a stepper frame = a girl’s bike. But this is ridiculous. Some of the worst e-bike designs on the market today use stepper frames. It’s just more comfortable. If your masculinity is related to where your top tube is, how does that affect you?
Lights are an important “no fancy but not cheap” part of a bike’s night ride. They’re a great reminder of your presence, but someone who rides in the dark a lot may want to add a larger headlight to illuminate the ride home. Improve your safety when riding at night.
Give me a summary!
With 750W of power and a top speed of 28mph, the Asomtom’s power and speed made me feel safe on the road. While I love 28 mph e-bikes, the Asomtom E300 can ride pretty fast and enjoy off-road roads, beaches or snow, uphill and downhill, and more for Mountain , Snows & Urban Cruiser e-bikes.
I’m very pleased with the combination of long distances and fat tires beautifully designed e-bikes for true all-terrain roles. This bike is an attractive option in the all-terrain city-cruising electric bike segment at a fair price.
Asomtom E300 is the best curise electric bike it does the job well on all terrains.