E-Bikes & Bikes Customised to You
October 13, 2021
Hey guys, Dustin here, CEO of sixthreezero. Today I'm going to introduce you to one of our newest E-bikes, the Reach Your Destination 500-watt electric bike, stick around.
All right, guys. Today I'm going to introduce you to our newest electric bike, the Reach Your Destination 500 watt. This is the commuter hybrid-style bike. We make it in a standard bike, and now we have it in a 500-watt electric bike. This frame is great if you're going longer distances, you want to commute, or if you also like speed, it's designed with thinner tires to roll easy and hit some really good top speeds. I'm going to walk you through a little demonstration, show you the bike and also give you some measurements on the bike.
If you can see, the frame is actually the same, there's a men's and a women's distinction based on color, but the frame is actually the same between the colorways. It's this beautiful sort of one connection top tube that runs through the entire frame. Very symmetrical. Nice to look at if I don't say so myself. I'm going to pull up the navy version here and show you a little bit more about it.
One thing you'll notice on the Reach Your Destination is the frame. We've smoothed out the welds here to make this piece a beautiful continuation from here all the way through here. You don't see a lot of bikes that have that kind of smooth welding. Usually, you're going to see the weld marks. It just adds a little bit of something here that makes this bike pop. Now, the other thing that makes this bike kind of stand out, I'm going to throw my helmet on or makes this bike really great is it's also an ergonomic riding position, even though it's a very sleek looking commuter style, it's still ergonomic when you sit in it.
We have some of our bags featured on the Navy version. We actually have bags now that match, the accent colors and the frames of our black, cream, navy, and teal bikes. We've got some of these on here showing you how they look. I'm going to throw my leg over. Now, this is not really a step over style frame. We have other E-bikes that would be better if you're looking for a step over. This is a little more geared for speed, but you can see now that I'm sitting here, in a completely ergonomic position, very comfortable, with not much tension on my body. I don't have to lean forward too much. I'm 5'10, and it's a great ride.
In terms of the actual electric portions of the bike, if you want to come in for a little bit of a close-up I'll show some of the elements. Here might be a little bit easier to show you on the black version, if you want to come over here. The battery in the rear, the battery is easily removable, you have the keys here. You can just put the key on the side. Oh, actually I can get it on with it still connected and pop it out. And the beauty of this is you can take the battery with you inside and charge it in your house and then put it back on. If you lock your bike up somewhere and take the battery indoors doors with you if you're riding to work or groceries at a store it's really easy, or you can also charge the battery when it's on the bike, totally up to you, but you can take it with you. You just feed it back onto the track and click it in and pull your key out. And you're in business.
Now up here, you have your display. I don't know if can you see that?
Okay. So it's a little bit hard, but you've got your battery life, your miles per hour, and your pedal assist. It's got five levels of pedal assist, one being the lowest assistance and five being the highest amount of assistance. You determine how much you want the motor to work. The other thing, if you come over here, you've actually got a throttle and you can do this and have it fully powered with the throttle. These are class two e-bikes. So the throttle will take you up to 20 miles an hour or pedal assist up to 28 miles an hour. And it's simple to operate the pedal assist while you're riding. You've got the controls right here on your thumb. And the other beautiful thing about this bike is if you want to have it in zero, you can actually take this down to zero and you can ride this bike like a normal bike.
I'll do a quick demo here for you. I'm going to show you, I'm going to take you out and we're going to go up a hill. I'll show you how easy it'll tackle that. So I'm fully mounted up here ready to ride. I've actually got it in zero. I don't know if you can see that the camera can see I'm in zero, just to prove that I'm not lying to the camera. I just want to show you guys how easy it is now with the thin tires. This is an aluminum frame, very light for an E-Bike. I'll just go ahead and show you how easy it is to ride this as a normal bike.
Again the thin tires make it super fast, super easy. I'm 5'10, I really like this bike. Now I'm going to go ahead and just give it one level up. I'm getting one level of pedal-assist And Nate's on a tricycle trailing me. So, unfortunately, I'm going to be getting a little bit more speed, but once we go down out of the parking lot here, I'm going to accelerate to show you guys the full capabilities.
I'm going to come to a stop here. I'm going to put this up to pedal-assist five because that will dictate how fast my throttle's going to go. And I'm just going to go from a dead start and use the throttle now and I'll tell you how fast I'm going. So I'm at 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19. I just hit 20. So I'm 220 pounds from a dead start, went from zero to 20 in four or five seconds.
Want to pull up next to me? All right, now we'll just go into pedal assist. I'm going to back it down to about pedal-assist 2. Even at pedal assist 2, I'm not doing that much work. So we'll put it in one, in one I can really feel like I'm doing some work.
Now we're going to go up this hill here. Want to get a shot of the hill? So we're going to go get positioned on the other side of the street and then we'll show you how we go up the hill. All right, here we are. We're positioned for the hill. Get a good shot of that. This is a pretty steep and long hill. I just want to show you how easy it is. So here we go. I'm going to use the throttle just to get going. Again, I'm 220 pounds I'm just doing full throttle. Now watch if I just start pedaling, I'm barely doing anything and it's getting me up the hill.
I don't know if you can see from behind, but I'm barely touching the pedals. You can see, I'm just kind of putting a little bit of downward force and you can let the motor just get you up the hill. I can tell you right now if I didn't have pedal assist that I'd be way out of breath. I wouldn't be able to do this hill without being very, very winded without pedal assist.
We made it and I'll just pull off over here. So you can see the 500 Watts really can do the work for you in particular, the thin tires. There's not a lot of drag again, if I was doing that under my own power, I'd be very out of breath right now, but I really didn't even exert myself. So if you're in the market for a commuter hybrid electric bike, 500 watts, the Reach Your Destination's a great option.
If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to email us the email@example.com or call us at (310)982-2877. And don't forget. Take the body fit quiz on our website, our proprietary algorithm. We'll ask you a few questions about your body and your life, and it will recommend the perfect bike for you.
Don't forget, we have a 365-day return policy on standard bikes and a 90-day return policy on electric bikes. We want to make sure you love your bike. Lastly, join our community and download our app. The Facebook Pedalers group and the sixthreezero peddling app. You can join the community and the group, ask questions, see how others are riding their bikes. It's a great place to get information and also share photos of your bike and see how others are using their bikes. On the app track your rides and be a part of the leaderboard. It's a lot of fun. So thanks for sticking around and don't forget it's your journey, your experience. Enjoy the ride.
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