Coast Cycles Buzzraw X Series Electric Bikes

Nov 26, 2018

Category: Rides

We were ecstatic when Coast Cycles dropped the Buzzraw E1000 several months ago with their throwback design to old-school urban cruisers. Well, Coast Cycles took it up a few notches since then with their new range of electric bikes entitled the Buzzraw X Series.

The X series features three eBike designs: the Buzzraw X Pedal, Buzzraw X250, and the Buzzraw X750. Compared to their previous effort, Coast Cycles upgraded their latest designs with full suspension and a quiet cruising drive option. Our favorite of the lineup is the X750 built with heavy-duty Chromoly metal powder coated in a thick layer of scratch-resistant thermoset polymer for rough riding and 80mm dual suspension to glide over bumpy terrain. It’s also packing a removable 48V lithium-ion battery with an output of 750 watts with every pedal stroke. The commuter bicycle has a range of 28 miles on a single charge so you can cover tons of ground with the bike’s fat, all-terrain tires. The X250 and X750 come with a handlebar mounted display, showcasing speed, battery, distance, and other pertinent information. You can also choose between multiple pedal assist modes. All bikes in the X Series are available for pre-order now.

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