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This is a quick review of the Coeus e-bike by Emazing. This bike has many features often only found on e-bikes costing an upwards of $4k. The low price of this bike makes it a perfect choice for someone looking to purchase their first electric bike.
Key features of the Coeus
This bike comes in multiple different sizes which is rare for e-bikes. You have a selection from small to extra large. The gooseneck is also adjustable allowing you to easily adjust the bike to the perfect fitting for you.
The Selene also has a feature called torque sensor assist. Essentially what it does is sense how hard or soft you are pressing on the pedals. Press harder and the motor gives more power. Pedal easier and the motor gives very little assistance. This technology is far more sophisticated than the typical pedal assists found on most e-bikes at this price point, where the motor only knows that the pedals are moving. It can not tell how fast or how hard the rider is applying pressure. Torque Sensor Pedal Assist is usually only found on more expensive e-bikes.
The large LCD screen on the handle gives you lots of information regarding the bike’s current status. The screen shows your speed, miles ridden and the current pedal assist level.
Overall the Emazing Coeus is a perfect electric bike for commuting to work or simply just riding around town. For $1,800 this bike packs in features often only seen on bikes costing twice as much. This makes is a perfect bike for someone in the market for an electric bike.