The Electra Townie Go! 7D Step-Over E-Bike combines the signature Electra Townie style with the fun and convenience of an e-bike. The Townie Go! 7D bike features a Hydrive Rear Hub Motor that gives three modes of power support to make your ride easier. The ergonomic seat saddle ensures your ride is as comfy as can be, while mechanical disc brakes provide superior stopping power. Plus, the Go! 7D Step-Over bike is designed with Flat Foot Technology® that allows an upright, relaxed riding position for even more comfort on your ride! If you're looking for a high-quality e-bike with the style of a Townie, the Electra Townie Go! 7D Step-Over E-Bike is a solid choice for a fun and comfy ride.
Hydrive Rear Hub Motor
Ergonomic saddle for comfortable riding
Mechanical disc brakes for superior stopping power
Flat Foot Technology® for ultimate comfort and control
Combines quality, comfort, and value in Electra's signature style
Hydrive LED display makes it easy to monitor power support and battery charge
Battery goes anywhere from 20 to 50 miles depending on conditions. Uphill against wind using power level 3 will get me 20 miles. Level no wind conditions using level 1 will get 50 miles. Great fun pedal assist bike!
I absolutely love the bike. I had a mountain bike that was good but I have two prosthetic hips and it was difficult to ride uphill and the handle bars made it so I was bent over as I was riding. I am getting good exercise in the lower assist setting and ride three times as far. It was the best purchase that I made this year.
I am 76 years old and have only had this bike for a week. During that week I have put about 70 miles on the bike. The bike is a dream to ride and the battery life is excellent. My riding is mainly on "rails to trails" which are mostly flat, gravel with only modest hills. On a 27 mile ride I had 5 bars of power for 25 miles before it dropped to 4 bars. I like the fact that if you don't peddle than you don't go. You still get your exercise and the battery assist makes going up the hills east. I should have bought one years ago!
I was a biker back in the 90's and pretty much lived on my bike. Kids and responsibilities got me away from biking as much as I would like. Over the last 10 years I've wanted to get back into biking but the more I got out of shape the more I didn't bike. Five miles was a big deal for me. The moment I jumped on the bike for a test ride I was sold. I went home jumped on the bike and went out for a 14 mile ride with ease. In the first few weeks I've put on over 300 miles and I look forward to my bike ride every day. I ride between 10 - 20 miles every time. I love biking again.
I bought this bike to help me get around, get outside and exercise. I have physical limitations but this bike is incredible. Just buy it and you will understand, it's amazing. I ended up buying another bike for my beautiful wife.
by no means does the assist function relieve the rider from peddling. It truly is a limited assist. I can still get beneficial exercise and cover a lot of ground. First outing we road 10 to 15 miles. Would not have done that much 1st ride on my old bike.
We live in hilly terrain at over 6,000 altitude. The Townie Go gives us the assistance needed to navigate these hills with some help while thoroughly enjoying a 60-90 minute adventure. These affordable, good looking sturdy bikes are greatly appreciated in our Colorado home and have/will get much use!
I have a mountain bike but it just was too hard to operate when we are in the mountains at our summer retreat. The hills and higher elevation made bike riding more of a chore that something fun to do. My wife has the step through version of this bike and loves it so I decided to get the step over model. So glad I did! I am now enjoying our rides and looking forward to using it at our home in Tucson on their fantastic bike loop around the city.
I used to ride allot before knee and hip replacement and I have been riding everyday since I got this bike. It gives the extra boost when climbing hills. So far I think this is a great bike for my first e-bike