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ADO A20+ Folding Electric Bike

Colour: White

The ADO A20+ is the ultimate comfortable “last mile’ transport solution for those riding to the train station, easy folding means the ADO comes along with you for the journey and is ready to ride when you’ve arrived at your destination. The full speed throttle enables you to have a sweat-free commute, straight into the office without needing to change.

Apartment lifestyle: small footprint folding bikes help save space, the ADO E-Bike folds easily to fit into lifts and can be left folded in a corner, at home or in the office.

As an e-bike, the performance of the motor determines its basic riding experience. Most competitors in the same price range add a 250W motor, while the ADO A20+ e-bike comes with a 350W motor. So compared to most e-bikes running under 30Km/h, the A20’s unlocked maximum speed of 35Km/h makes it faster. 

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Brakes Dual mechanical disc brake
Frame 20-inch large frame e-bike
Charging time 6 hours
Payload 120kg
Wheel Aluminium alloy
Dimensions 1550*530*1100mm
Dimensions Folded 900*430*700mm
Hub type Integrated moulding hub
Tire size 20*1.95 Inch
Tire type Rubber pneumatic tire
Battery 36V10.4AH
Net Weight 24kg
Gross weight 28kg
IP Rating IPX5
Transmission Shimano 7-speed
Motor Type Hall Brushless DC Motor
Range 45km to 80km
Motor  36V 250W (unlock to 350W)
Shock-absorption Front fork and saddle tube Shock-absorption

Customer Reviews

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Jerroll Bethune (Hackney, United Kingdom)

ADO A20+ Folding Electric Bike

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Michael
Great value eBike

So everything in life is a compromise, in the case of this budget ebike, there are a few compromises but overall it is a fantastic bike for the money and I am very pleased with it. Those compromises could be addressed by spending 2 or 3 times as much, but then the compromise is you spent 2 or 3 times as much!
So, the compromises: It's heavy and awkward for a folding bike, I wouldn't want to have to carry it too far. The quality of some of the components could be better, especially the brakes, although they work ok. The battery key is in a very awkward location on the frame.
There are many plusses though, especially at this price: It looks cool, it has front and rear shock absorbtion, adjustable handlebars and comfortable saddle make it a comfortable ride, shimano gears, plenty powerful rear hub motor, great range, superb control display and lots of configuration options, comes with front and rear lights.
Overall a great purchase and I'm well pleased with it.

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Kevin Gascoyne
ADO a20

Originally brought this for my wife for the price it was worth a go .Was very surprised at what we got for the money this things is excellent now will have to buy another one for the wife because this is now mine.

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Rafael Couto (High Wycombe, United Kingdom)
Great Bike for the Value

I was not let down by any review I saw online. The motor is powerful, and although it won't take you up hills where the inclination is too high, you can still go up with a bit of leg effort (I mean it, pedalling just a little makes a world of difference when the 350W of power kicks in).

One thing that is not as I expected, but is not a fault, is the bike's weight. It's hard to picture it just by thinking of 24kg, but that is a lot of weight. I am taking it inside trains of the C2C line with no problem, but for busier lines with less space, like the central line, I would instead get the ADO 16. I saw one of those in the street, and it's considerably smaller than the ADO 20. Nonetheless, I am pretty satisfied with my purchase, and it was worth every penny.

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Ilisei Gheorghe (Bethnal Green, United Kingdom)

It’s good bike, fast but the only problem it’s brakes I spent around £100 to change the disc and calipers