For current pricing on the Eunorau Defender S click the link below: 🤍🤍ebrdeals.com/ebrYT_Eunorau-DefenderS For a full detailed written review of the Eunorau Defender S click the link below: 🤍electricbikereport.com/eunorau-defender-s-review/ In this review of the Eunorau Defender S we break down the specs, handling and more of this unique off-road e-bike! Equipped with two bafang 750W hub motors, the Defender S is in a small group of e-bikes that don't have to think too hard about which hills they can or can't climb. It could also tow quite a bit of payload if you spring for the optional trailer. The Eunorau Defender S is first and formost an off-roading e-bike. The 4" tires provide ample surface area for floating across sand and dirt, and not once over the 80+ miles we spent on it did we get a flat. The full suspension front and rear is springy, but really soaks up most of the bumps in the road. The handling is unique due to the push and pull nature of a motor on each hub. Sometimes you feel like it's pulling you down and other times pulling you up. It's an e-bike that's best used in the hands of more seasoned off-raoders with either extensive time in an e-bike saddle, or coming over from the world of dirt bikes and motorcycles. For a full breakdown of all our thoughts watch the full Eunorau Defender S review. 0:00 Eunorau Defender S Review 0:53 Eunorau Defender S Overview 3:56 Brake Test 5:18 Battery / Range Test 7:29 Circuit Test 9:36 Cockpit & Handling 14:22 Motor / Hill Test 15:38 Eunorau Defender S Review Conclusion #eunoraudefenderS #offroadebikes #electrcibikereview
Should be fine if it has a rack and extra 30 ah battery
Fantastic review….great info and delivery….destroyed by that frickin annoying music! Why the frick do You Tube reviewer do that? Too loud and distracting
that big old cable hanging off the front right cant wait to get ripped off
Eunorau bikes look awesome, but the real reviews are disappointing, looks awesome but I'd stay away from this one.
The fork on this is terrible I just removed the 2 hub motors, added a 1000w hub motor on the rear, and got an air fork :/
personal thoughts on dual hubbies are... better have a good fork. a triple flippy switch that's ergonomic. Should be able to separate motors or combine with either or the PAS/throttle.
Having a 2000W geared rear hubby full suspension 21ah bike.. I'll say rarely is hill climbing going to be its strong suit.
strong suit will be truly for very low traction flatlands or hills. whether that be wet leafy covered hillsides or South Georgia red clay.
especially pulling a trailer with a big piggy.
otherwise give me the Fat HS if same price is. concern.
highly considering the Spectre S.
ooo and the Dual motor bike with combined 34ah would absolutely be the ticket for deep back country...
being triple drivetrain redundant and double power train redundant is awesome.
another great video. HOW WOULD YOU COMPARE the EUNORAU defender s with racks,feneder kit, extra 17ah external battery+14ah main. or ecells supermonarch 1500 awd offroad? thx for any info
Great review! Looks like a nice bike for hilly areas. I like the 19mph average up Hellhole. Brakes seem a little sketchy though as you mentioned. Not sure why they didn't just put Tektros on that heavy and powerful of a bike. The battery cover issue was actually the most concerning thing about this bike to me though. I would be disappointed while wrapping duct tape around my new bike. Makes me wonder if it looked like that particular battery cover was broken or defective, or if the problem seemed to be poor design of the cover instead.
The dual motor idea sounds like be great, Especially on Hill Climb Tour Switzerland!
I prefer electric trycicle like Addmotor, Ive bought 2 of them.
Just bought a bike from them and had a problem at 125 miles. Their customer service and tech service is very bad. I was about to drop $1500.00 on them to build a bike myself and I was plotting to buy this bike but they'll not get another dollar from me unless they grow up
The dual motor idea sounds like it'd be great, especially on hilly trails and in snow.
How’s does it compare to the Specter S? Which one would have more low end torque and how many N. M. is the defender running? Thanks