Super73 ZX first ride review: Rad midrange e-bike

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this is super73It’s the latest e-bike – the ZX – and I’ve gotten my mitts on it for the first ride. I must say, in my eyes, this is one of the best looking e-bikes out there – that’s right Lemond Prolog And OneMoof S3.

The base model Z1 and . sits in the middle Mid-Range S2, reasonable distance from the company RX Flagship. The most significant difference between the base Z1 and this ZX is that the bike includes an LCD display, which can be paired with iOS and Android devices via the Super73’s mobile app.

Did I mention that the ZX also has Unlimited Mode? The latter unleashes the full potential of the electric powertrain, its all 1,350 watts. It gives you a top speed of 28 mph using throttle power alone and the bike comes alive with this feature. In fact, it’s entertaining and practical enough that I think it’s so important to choose a model with unlimited modes (in other words, skip the Z1) if you’re going to get a Super73.

The Super73 ZX is priced at $1,995. I think it’s a fair price for what you get. Of course, if you spend a little more money and splurge on the S2, you get more power and front suspension, which is definitely worth considering. Watch the video above where I ride through downtown Los Angeles and see how the ZX stacks up within the Super 73’s lineup.

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