Bintelli has been a player in the Powersports industry for almost two decades now. Over the years, the company has had the opportunity to interact with dealers all across the country, gathering valuable feedback that has helped shape their line of Ebikes. Bintelli's electric bicycles are designed specifically with the needs of dealers and retail customers in mind. The company's commitment to listening to customer feedback has helped them develop Ebikes that are enjoyed across the US.
Today we’re going to be giving our take on the Trio Deluxe from Bintelli. This three-wheeled green machine is approachable, feature-rich, and sits at a nice price point for an electric trike. Trikes in general are considered to be safer, as they provide an extra point of stability with their third wheel, kind of like a loving best friend that tags along during dates to make sure everything goes smoothly. Does the Trio Deluxe deliver this same level of support? Well, we’re about to find out!
The Bintelli Tremor is an absolute powerhouse of an electric mountain bike! We’re talking hydraulic front fork, hydraulic brakes, a 750-watt motor, and a 48V, 30 Amp controller. That’s not a typo. This thing can pull some serious power and uses it to dominate hills and reach top speeds upwards of 30 miles per hour. As I said, the Tremor is a powerhouse.
The Bintelli E2 is a stealthy electric bike that’s ready for adventure. It’s light, nimble and perfect for street and trail riding alike. And with a starting price of $1,699 USD, it’s relatively easy on the wallet too, as far as e-bikes go anyways.Bintelli does offer free shipping to the contiguous United States, which helps save a couple hundred bucks right there, and these guys also have a remarkably generous 2 year warranty.The E2 comes in one frame size, 26 inches, and three different colors — white, black and blue, which is the color we’re reviewing today.
The Bintelli Florence answers the question: Just how low can the standover height be? The Florence is hands down one of the most approachable electric bikes around. It’s remarkably easy to get into the saddle and the quick-adjust handlebars allow for on-the-fly geometry changes. Pretty cool stuff.The Bintelli Florence has has a starting price of $1,899 USD and comes in three different colors — White, Anvil and Peach, which is the color of the Florence we received for review. We’ve reviewed a few Bintelli e-bikes now and the paint is one of the first things that stands out. The Peach color has gold flecks mixed in and it looks absolutely stunning in the sunlight.
The Bintelli B2 is a fun, lightweight, approachable cruiser electric bike that looks as good as it rides. With the step thru frame and low standover height, mounting the saddle is a piece of cake. This e-bike has a starting price of $1,799 USD and comes in three different colors — Aqua, Anvil and Flame. The model we’re reviewing today is the Aqua color, and let me tell me you, this high gloss paint is beautiful. It literally shimmers in the sunlight.
Well hello there, friend and welcome back to another episode Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing Bintelli Fusion electric bike. The fusion rides like a moped, and kind of looks like one too. The massively powerful headlight is a welcome change from the lantern-bright nightlights we’re used to seeing. Right off the bat, Bintelli gets big points for this.