Super73 RX Review – $3.2k The RX is Super73’s flagship electric minibike for 2021, available online and from a growing global network of dealers, with two eye-catching colors and a one-year comprehensive warranty. Integrated lights with brake activation, high-volume horn, and full coverage plastic fenders allow for safe and dry city commuting. Motorcycle-inspired design features an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame, heavy-duty spokes with extra-wide hub spacing, and a triple-clamp fork complete with bump stops. Premium full suspension from DNM provides excellent travel and full adjustment controls for preload, rebound, and compression damping. Easily exceeds 30mph thanks to a massive 960 watt-hour battery pack driving the 2000-watt peak rear hub motor, control pad is unobtrusive and intuitive to use, companion smartphone app pairs easily and offers rich information readouts and advanced settings. Defaults to Class 2 configuration for widest legal acceptance and safety on multi-use trails and bike lanes. Only available in one small size that is difficult to pedal especially for tall riders, still quite heavy at 81.7 pounds and difficult to transport up stairs or in vehicles, limited availability can mean long waits for initial orders or replacement parts, poor side visibility due to no side reflectors or light cutouts.

This in-depth review was not sponsored by Super73 or any other company, but I would like to thank eBikes USA in Denver, CO for providing access to this test bike.

0:00 Introduction
2:38 Size and Fit
3:24 Single Speed Drivetrain
4:20 Weight and Durability
5:35 Tires and Fenders
6:34 Power Settings & App Demo
7:50 Lights
9:53 Brakes & Suspension
11:23 Battery Overview & Removal
13:37 Display & Control System
17:40 Triple Clamp & Bump Stops
18:34 Cadence Sensor & Kickstand
19:22 Frame & Axle Strength
20:11 Charger
20:53 Test Ride Begins: Pedaling Without Power
22:10 Mode 2 Top Speed
23:19 Unlimited Mode Top Speed
24:13 Pedaling & Pedal Assist
25:40 Off-road Riding
26:42 Hill Climbing
27:49 Downtown Streets & Riding With Traffic
31:04 Motor Wattage Readouts
31:38 Seating Position & Comfort
32:49 Cadence Sensor Responsiveness, Motor Volume
35:17 Closing Thoughts

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