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E-Bike - Priority Current - Costco Next - $2600

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1. Must have Costco membership. Normal retail is $3300+ shipping and tax.
2. The specs on this are comparable to many high end E-Bikes in the $5k range.
3. The customer service from manufacture is amazing.
4. This bike has excellent reviews!



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Can anyone comment on the quality of this product and the specs? Don't see anything on the Costco website
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Anyone comment on the brilliant cooper bike?
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Can anyone comment on the quality of this product and the specs? Don't see anything on the Costco website
The specs are on the official site here: https://www.prioritybicycles.com/...ts/current
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https://www.prioritybicycles.com/...t#features

Having researched for long time on ebike and recently bought one. I feel this is overpriced for a 500 watt motor and it's battery size.

I ended up with juiced CCX for way less and it's a way better bike. 750 watt vs 500 on this , huge 19.2 amp/hr battery on my CCX vs this , mine has 80 mile range.

But this is better probably than your local bike shop because when I went to my local one they want $6000-8000 no joke for what my CCX juiced bike does. I paid $1899 for mine with sale and $100 off stacked coupon.
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I'd definitely want to get a 750 watt for this price
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https://www.prioritybicycles.com/...t#features

Having researched for long time on ebike and recently bought one. I feel this is overpriced for a 500 watt motor and it's battery size.

I ended up with juiced CCX for way less and it's a way better bike. 750 watt vs 500 on this , huge 19.2 amp/hr battery on my CCX vs this , mine has 80 mile range.

But this is better probably than your local bike shop because when I went to my local one they want $6000-8000 no joke for what my CCX juiced bike does. I paid $1899 for mine with sale and $100 off stacked coupon.
Do you have a link for what you ordered? Thank you!
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Do you have a link for what you ordered? Thank you!
https://www.juicedbikes.com/produ...sscurrentx is what I have. It's unmatched frankly in features. HUGE battery, torque sensor , cadence sensor, much better light than normal cheaper bikes.

Then they have this one that's bit cheaper. Both will be hundreds off during sales and there is coupon for another $100 off you can stack.
They have https://www.juicedbikes.com/produ...current-s2

Whatever ebike you end up with let me tell you ebikes are GAME CHANGERS. I was stunned when my CCX took my 51 yr old fat ass 43 mile ride. And it said it had 40-45% battery left. I used my last two covid checks to order it basically. Still LOVE riding it, it's just FUN.
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I like those juiced bikes (as far as e bikes go). The S2 is $200 off, and is already a better deal than the main bike in this thread. Keep us posted as to when more sales pops up.
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I like those juiced bikes (as far as e bikes go). The S2 is $200 off, and is already a better deal than the main bike in this thread. Keep us posted as to when more sales pops up.
Yeah I don't agree. The Juiced is a hub motor instead of a mid drive. The Priority also has an internal hub shifter and a gates carbon belt. These are two different bikes really. If you're looking for a bike that can be a moped then maybe shoot for the juiced…if you're looking to get exercise and want a good bike then the Priority is seriously a great value.
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I waited too long and these went away last time so I ended up with a used Trek instead. Really enjoying cycling but I find myself not even using electricity anymore to ride. The gates belt is really appealing to me and I'm super tempted to get one of these. Just checked two days ago to see if they were back and they were not yet. Nice to see them offering the discount again....although I wish they had some of their other bikes on discount like the Gravity or the Onyx.

I did a ton of research on e-bikes when looking to buy and this a really really good deal if you're in the market for one specifically for fitness but still want the electric for hills/wind resistance.
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I have the non-electric version, the Priority Onyx .Pros-the Gates belt drive, no cleaning or lubing a chain . Dead-silent drive-line with the Nuvinci hub. Easy shifting. Built in headlight, no more batteries. Cons- Slightly heavy, hassle to replace back tire with the Nuvinci, no rack or basket..This is a low-maintenance, commuter style bike, and a good price.
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Yeah I don't agree. The Juiced is a hub motor instead of a mid drive. The Priority also has an internal hub shifter and a gates carbon belt. These are two different bikes really. If you're looking for a bike that can be a moped then maybe shoot for the juiced…if you're looking to get exercise and want a good bike then the Priority is seriously a great value.
I don't know much about e bikes, admittedly. I ride for fitness.

However, educate me. Are you saying an internal hub shifter is preferred over a more traditional 9-10-11 speed? Do not the internal hub shifters have limited gearing?

I was under the impression that the higher end bikes had the ability to integrate better parts, like say a full Ultegra or GRX 800 driveline which, to my knowledge, is lighter, offers waaaay better gearing and is superior in nearly every way?

IMO, the hub design is more similar to a moped and is much more limited.

EDIT: I was correct, the bette, more expensive bikes have more traditional drivelines and weigh about 20 lbs less:https://www.competitivecyclist.co...tech-specs
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if you're looking to get exercise and want a good bike.
What a dumb excuse haha. There are advantages and disadvantages to either hub vs mid drive. Same as for belt vs chain. No one option is best, period. Put any ebike on lowest or no assist and you won't be worrying about exercise let me assure you.

If ones commute is short I don't think you'd want either of these mentioned. Cheaper options for way way lower price. Ebike it comes down to how you want to use it. Search youtube videos for a day or two and you'll learn anything you'd ever want to know frankly.
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I don't know much about e bikes, admittedly. I ride for fitness.

However, educate me. Are you saying an internal hub shifter is preferred over a more traditional 9-10-11 speed? Do not the internal hub shifters have limited gearing?

I was under the impression that the higher end bikes had the ability to integrate better parts, like say a full Ultegra or GRX 800 driveline which, to my knowledge, is lighter, offers waaaay better gearing and is superior in nearly every way?

IMO, the hub design is more similar to a moped and is much more limited.

EDIT: I was correct, the bette, more expensive bikes have more traditional drivelines and weigh about 20 lbs less:https://www.competitivecyclist.co...tech-specs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X...tyBicycles

Here is a nice short video explaining a bit difference. In short the Envilo version has a much wider shift range than the Shimano version which only has 5 gears. The nice thing I find personally is the noise associated with them. They are near silent when paired with the belt drive.

The traditional shifter will be easier to repair and cheaper to replace if problems. The newer system is quieter, supposedly less maintenance, and probably a slightly smoother shifting experience since it does not need to physically move a chain to switch gears.

As far as lighter goes....that's probably true but you're talking about a 50+ lb bike because of the battery.

When I said moped like I was referring to the rear hub where the motor is and not the shifter. A rear hub e-bike essentially spins the back tire for you to go, while a mid drive is attached to the pedals to give a more natural bike feeling. Both the CVT shifter and the rear hub motor make it more difficult if and when you need to remove the back tire.
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