The Urtopia Carbon E-Bike is a comfort-oriented road bike with lightweight carbon frame, fork, handlebar, and seat post. Single speed drivetrain is clean and quiet with Gates CDN belt drive. Available in two frame sizes and three color schemes. Custom dot-matrix LED display panel with voice control, fingerprint ID locking, optional smartphone app. Modest 250 watt 35nm geared hub motor is compact and quiet, paired with the bottom bracket torque sensor it performs above-average. Downtube-integrated battery pack is removable, offers decent range , refills quickly with 4 amp charger. Extra bright integrated front and rear lights are positioned well. Two side lights project turn signal arrows onto the street for even greater visibility and safety. Decent 160mm hydraulic disc brakes stop well and offer adjustable-reach levers. High-step frame is tall, and could be difficult for some to mount and stand over. No bottle cage bosses, limited attachment points for accessories like a rear rack and fenders. Voice commands didn’t work well when moving. Custom stem, handlebar, and seat post might not work with aftermarket parts such as a suspension seatpost.
0:00 Introduction, weight, 2 frame sizes, 3 color options
1:12 Founder story, pricing details, warranty details
1:48 Custom carbon fork and seat post, upgrade limitations
2:41 Gates Carbon CDN belt drive, motor, torque sensor, drivetrain
3:43 Hubs, wheelset, and tire details, limited mounting points
4:48 High standover and minimum saddle height, internal cabling
5:37 Quick release front, sliding dropout rear, compact motor
5:54 Battery pack position, stats, shown off-bike, charger
6:55 Class 1 pedal assist ebike, can pedal faster with no drag
7:44 Hydraulic disc brakes 160mm rotors, no kickstand
8:35 Powering the bike on, display panel walkthrough
10:15 Headlight and rear light test, turn signals, finger ID lock
11:53 Launching and exploring the optional smartphone app
13:29 Ride test begins in daylight, hill climb at night
17:14 Conclusion, website details, compare and forums
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