Just bought the bike because of style and power.
The only hesitation I had was that the D50 uses a Cadence sensor instead of a Torque sensor... but the price point was excellent compared to other brands with torque sensors.
Large 400 lbs carrying capacity
Comes in a size that works for tall people;
Built in headlight, tail light, fenders, and rack;
What more could you ask for!
I love the fact that the D50 comes in just two sizes with each size accommodating a wide range of people heights so you can easily share the bike with other members of the family.
Just picked my trike yesterday in Tatamagouche Nova Scotia. We ordered it a while ago but it finally arrived on Sunday. We bought it from Mark Brown at Nova Scotia adventure outfitter. Very nice man and he put my trike together and went throuly to the entire bike function. As it is a folding trike, my husband put it in the SUV with no problem. Whe we arrived home I tried my new trike and immediately fell in love with it. I am very happy with it and I will try it later on this week when the weather is nice. I am senior and it is perfect for me.
I'm very happy with my ebike kit build went very smooth installation video was great
This us my second eBike. I wanted something a little smaller more fir road use. I did upgrade the tires, and thus the fenders. It is responsive and handles well. You do need to work the gears and assist more than my 750 w bike but that's to be expected. All bike manufactures need to change the brightness of the screen to full, even with your lights on. Who actively rides at night,?
Only 30 km to date, on & off road, some with dog chariot, and the bike is performing well. Assembly was straight forward and the bike shifts great and brakes well right out of the box! I’m still getting used to the power assist but pedalling is smooth and have only used 1/3 of the battery’s indicated charge despite some hilly terrain & off road riding. Feeling good about my purchase so far!
My partner and I each have a Lynx 20". We pack them in the bed of the truck for camping trips or stuff them into our older Rav4 to hit the trails. We have also gone island hopping on BC Ferries as it is free to take them.
My only desire is that it would be great if it had shocks on the front forks for a smoother ride. Would the forks on the FLEX model fit???
I am loving my new Envo ST.
The you-tube video on assembly was a necessity for a novice biker but otherwise I am having a grand ol’ time riding to work and back.
It's only been 3 weeks since I've had the Envo St and when someone asks me if I like it ?....Well I've done 300km in 10 days. I love this bike , the motor and battery are awesome, get so much range on pedal assist 1.
I was originally planning to get the Aventon Pace but I am so glad I got this instead, the seat and front suspension make such a big difference. I've ridden this on gravel, pavement, trails and parks. The throttle is responsive, the gears shift well and the seat is comfortable.
Will give a more comprehensive review after a few months , for now I'm thrilled with my purchase.
This was the 1 st Lynx we brought in ,of what i'm sure will be MANY, to follow. Thank's Envo ! Respectfully, Kim Alexander-pres. Fox River Sports
I did have to do some mods on it - had to machine it to allow for the higher and wider water bottle bosses on my frame, but it solved my mounting issue. Would be nice if shipping were a bit more reasonable.
Thank-you ! Envo - we look forward to vending your fine quality products at Fox River Sports & just secured an entry into this years Christmas Parade to display the Sno-bike on a trailer .
Well it would be good if there is a lock for the seat post. Maybe even a way to track with your phone. Wouldn't be bad turn signals.
Bought the Envo D35 ebike and we love it!!
Gorgeous bike. I did however change my seat as I'm old and need a comfy cushiony wider seat 😊👍
I purchased an open box 20" Envo ebike, so I thought I should add extended warranty to be on the safe side. When the bike arrived it had no paper work, instructions, or any info about the warranty. I'm not really sure what my $60 investment includes. It would be nice to know that if my bike needs repairs or replacement parts, I can get it locally and submitted receipts. But so far I haven't found any info on that. On the other hand by ebike is awesome. Battery life is wonderful. Bike is very sturdy and well made, lots of power.. It's very comfortable to ride. Bought a second one for my Husband. Hopefully service won't be a problem.
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I've only gone out on a couple of test rides, but so far the Lynx 20 has surpassed my expectations. Easy to setup (I bought a demo model with superficial blemishes) the bike itself rides like a dream. The battery charged up fairly quickly, and since I had operating experience after purchasing a Lynx 16, was familiar with the way the bike works. The powerful rear motor is fairly quiet, delivering ample torque, and I found the seat and handlebars to be comfy. The bike rides high, and I'm used to mounting bicycles that are not step through. Takes a bit of getting used to :-). [4 stars instead of 5 because no-one listens to 5 stars :-)] Oh, and the staff at EBike BC are super nice and reactive when there are questions. BTW Canpar delivers broken boxes, so be careful...I'm in Montreal, and the delivery box had a huge hole in the end...and I ended up with a missing cover bag. Ebike BC told me they'd send me a replacement - FAB!
Inglés: Scooter is everything I was looking for, super fast, the battery does not last long but if enough, it is a bit complicated to fill the back tire, it is always necessary to carry the tool, but in general I am very happy with my purchase
So far I love this bike! I’m new to ebiking and this one is comfortable, smooth, easy to operate and adjust. I plan on getting it tuned up yearly by a professional but so far it’s great. The only thing I would change is when it’s in 1st gear the chain rubs on the tire, so I won’t use 1st if I can help it.
For the price it isn't bad, definitely the cheapest option I found for a cargo ebike that carries kids. It does the job.
I haul two kids with it using Polisport seats attached to the large rack - gets them to and from daycare, barely. I live in Nelson, BC - we have a ton of steep grades and the battery can sometimes struggle. I would definitely recommend going with a 48V bike if you have a bunch of hills.
I like that both a front and back rack, as well as foot pegs, were included as part of the purchase price. ENVO also seems to have a ton of dealers in Canada, so service options should be available if it comes to that. We were also heavily considering an Aventon Abound. Chose ENVO because it was quite a bit cheaper, but you always get what you pay for :).
Setup was simple enough, they have an online video on youtube.
My main issues with the bike are:
- Mechanical brakes are stock. For a bike that's supposed to carry kids, this is a truly headscratching choice from the design team. You absolutely have to spec hydraulic brakes on a cargo bike. Even the D35 has hydraulic brakes.
- Battery range is nowhere near what they advertise! I have never achieved more than 30km before running out of juice, and when you get to around 30% charge remaining the bike starts to struggle with power up hills.
- Fender stay was broken when shipped. Customer service was fairly responsive and sent a new part right away, props to that. They've been fairly responsive on the whole.
- Chain rubs against tire in 2 lowest gears. I have a strip all the way around the tire where you can see the rub. This was a setup issue from factory that I fixed.
- Fat tires. Not a huge fan of the 3" tires on the bike. I emailed and asked if I can decrease the tire size, they stated only a 3" tire would fit. That's unfortunate.
- External battery looks a bit silly compared to bikes with integrated.
- No child containment systed (ie. MonkeyBars). We have two seats for now but my 5 year old will be too big for them next year. This would be a huge seller for ENVO so not sure why they don't have a simple containment system. When I asked ENVO they said one might be in development.
Even with the mixed experience on this bike I am still considering other ENVO Bikes like the D50. It's just tough to find independent reviews of ENVO bikes to help when researching bikes. Hope this helps future customers.