Magnum Peak Video Review – Fast, Affordable & Fun Electric Mountain Bike

Magnum Peak Video Review – Fast, Affordable & Fun Electric Mountain Bike



The Magnum Peak is high speed 28 mph electric hardtail with with throttle on demand, hydraulic disc brakes and an extra large battery for $2k, all around good value with a 24 speed drivetrain. Optional rear rack for $50 transform the Peak into a sporty commuter, only one frame size and color scheme but the angled top tube makes it approachable, great saddle and pedal upgrades. Zippy 500 watt motor paired with a 48 volt battery and 9 Mosfet controller pushing 18 Amps, the controller is overbuilt and mounted separately for better heat dispersion. No bottle cage bosses, motor cable protrudes near rear derailleur but a metal guard helps protect it, quick cadence sensor, fixed display panel could be more vulnerable, lots of wires up front.

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22 Comments
  • RookTV
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    I looked at the specs and it says it has a 500w nominal and a 700w peak. Would this be considered a 500w or a700w motor?

  • YANIV SODAI
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    am interested to buy this bike but i dont know if i will realy can drive it in the Area
    to do some track
    with 500w
    do you think i will ?
    or it is just for pose?
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    השב

  • Isaiah Yhomas
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Does this really peak at 700w?

  • Saloth Sar
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Are there any mid drive equivalents to this that have a throttle and full suspension? If not, at least mid drive or full suspension?

  • Ren Tamayo
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    The Wimp Review

  • Michael Richardson
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    I like that you never mentioned theft deterrents, for things like the screen, and the wheels…….Utah, a safe place to be…. In a big city that thing is stolen in 30 seconds

  • EyeInTheSky
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Hello Court! Thanks for that review! can you tell me, what specific hub motor is used in this bike? Thanks in advance! ?

  • Mike H.
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    too bad they don't make a bigger frame…19" is just too small for me.

  • Jeff Coleman
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Hey Court, I love your reviews, you've been a great help. I am in the market for an e-bike, I've narrowed it to the Magnum Peak, and the Sondors X. Which do you think would be the better purchase?

  • Alexi Thunderbird
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    was that porn on the computer behind the mechanic?

  • Kyle Kraus
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    I am sort of ne to electric bikes. Is there a mode where you can ride without any assist, or maybe without the battery on at all to reduce weight?

  • TSCM Corporation
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Hi Court, thanks for your awesome site and reviews. I am 6' 1.5" feet tall and 234 lbs. Do you think the Magnum Peak would be a good fit for me ? The bike looks great and the price is nice 🙂

  • Sodisna
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    How is 2K, "affordable"?

  • Mark S
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Website info on this ebike is now posted!!! Thanks guys!!!

  • cadanes
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    If the Peak can double as a commuter then it should come with a rear rack, fenders, and front and rear integrated lights at $2k. I'll never understand the outrageous prices of electric bikes.

  • George Herman
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Fair Price but there is no way I could ride that thing. That seat would destroy my manhood.

  • CncObsession
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Please buy a camera mount for your helmet. 1 handed riding leaves a bit to be desired. Maybe a drone.

  • richard Powell
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    the one qualm I have with your videos when you are receiving mountain bikes is that you don't actually do any trail riding with them to showcase how they actually work for what they were meant for

  • Micha A.
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Nice Haibike copy, is it from China?

  • Larry Conger
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Not internally routed, but price is fair, has lots of wires, Haibikes are still the best but I would like to see a throttle on some of the Bosch motors wud be kind of cool

  • Mark S
    Posted at 20:42h, 01 March Reply

    Magnum Bike web page says its 350 watt hub… You say 500 watt hub… Which is correct??? 36v or 48v??

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