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Jupiter Bike Discovery vs. Swagtron EB7

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They look similar, so what's the difference? There are a lot of folding e-bikes now in the market, all claiming to be the best for a variety of reasons. And many of these bikes look the same. It’s like trying to decide between buying a cheap bike from Walmart or a more expensive Specialized bike from an actual bike shop. So, without some extensive research how is the consumer to know which to buy? The Swagtron EB7 and Jupiter Bike Discovery are two such bikes. In this post I'm going to do a side-by-side comparison of the various aspects of the two bikes. The Jupiter Bike Discovery is a bit more costly, but in my opinion if you’re serious about owning a folding e-bike for the long haul, the Discovery is the better choice. Let's start with the basic specs Specification Discovery Swagtron EB7 Folded Size (L x W x H) 30.08" x 16.93" x 25.08" 29.5" x 16.5" x 25.9" Unfolded Size (L x W x H) 52.75" x 21.65" x 34.30" 52.7” x 22” x 42.1” Weight 40 lbs 42.3 lbs

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Gocycle G3 vs. Jupiter Bike Discovery, Unfolded

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GoCycle G3 vs. Jupiter Bike Discovery, Unfolded New foldable pedal-assist electric bikes have filled a void for commuters, but how do you choose between them? Electric bikes have become huge in the transit segment in recent years, giving commuters more options for getting around without investing in a car or motorbike. They're ideal for short distances, particularly to complete the commuting process for those in the workforce without the costly expense of parking one's car in a garage downtown all day. They're also easy to load into a yacht or RV for convenience getting around nearby. These folding electric bikes have carved a huge following, giving consumers exactly what they needed, though some consumers missed getting to pedal when they felt like it. True that hybrid bikes with pedal assist have been around, they've all been large, full-size options that can't fold up. Fortunately for consumers, GoCycle and Jupiter Bike were listening. But how do these two electric bikes stack up? At a Glance: --> GoCycle G3: Pros With the GoCycle, your commute is easy with a maximum speed of 20mph. You can get 40 miles per charge

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