Magicycle Ocelot Pro Review: Long-Range Fat Tire Electric Bike (2022)

With its convenient step-through frame and smaller size, the easy-to-ride Ocelot Pro is an ideal fat tire bike for smaller riders and individuals with reduced mobility...

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What is the Magicycle Ocelot Pro?

A fun, all-around fat tire e-bike designed for long-distance, all-terrain adventures, the Magicycle Ocelot Pro is one of the newest additions to the brand’s 2022 lineup. Ideal for shorter individuals and riders with mobility challenges, this electric bike features a convenient step-through frame that allows for easy mounting and dismounting.

In this Magicycle Ocelot Pro review, we’ll take an in-depth look at this exciting new model’s specs, standout features, and riding performance. We’ll also tell you exactly who this electric bike is best suited for and how you can get a nice discount if you’re interested in picking one up.

PRODUCT DETAILS

COMPANYMagicycle
MODELOcelot Pro
CATEGORYFat tire, all-terrain
RANGE80 miles
RECHARGING TIME4-7 hours
WEIGHT73 lbs
MAX RIDER WEIGHT350 lbs
WARRANTY2-year
CUSTOMER RATING5/5 (13+ reviews)
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    About Magicycle

    An electric bike brand that was founded in 2020 by Wade Wei, Magicycle is well-known for its affordable, fat tire e-bikes. In 2022, the company has enjoyed significant growth, expanding its small lineup to 5 models.

    Besides its popular electric bicycle range, Magicycle also sells an extensive line of replacement parts and accessories, including chargers batteries, bags, brakes, and more. All Magicycle e-bikes are covered by a rock-solid 2-year warranty and there's also a 15-day money-back return policy for added peace of mind.

    Specs

    Components

    • 20″ 6061 aluminum alloy frame
    • Hydraulic lockout front fork suspension
    • Shimano 7-speed shifting
    • Shimano 14-28T BROWN/BK freewheel
    • Promax MA-400 SSABK stem
    • KMC Chain
    • 30.8mm length/300mm seat post
    • 13 gauge front spokes, 12 gauge rear spokes
    • 20″ x 4″ Kenda fat tires
    • Heavy-duty aluminum kickstand
    • Wellgo aluminum alloy pedals

    Electronics

    • 750W brushless rear hub motor
    • Long-range 52V 20Ah LG lithium-ion battery
    • 3.0 A smart charger
    • 6V LED headlight
    • Integrated rear taillight
    • Color LCD display with built-in USB charging port
    • Half-twist throttle
    • 7 pedal-assist levels with 12 magnet cadence sensor

    Magicycle Ocelot Pro Review: E-Bike Overview

    With its smaller frame size and step-through design, the Ocelot Pro is a great alternative to Magicycle’s CRUISER e-bike if you’re a smaller rider or someone who suffers from limited mobility (we also recommend checking out Magicycle’s new Jaguarundi). This full-featured, all-terrain ride is well-equipped and packs a serious punch, with a powerful 750W rear hub motor and huge 52V 20Ah LG battery (the same configuration used by Magicycle in its new top-of-the-line Cruiser Pro model).

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    Capable of delivering up to 80 miles of range, the Ocelot Pro is an ideal electric bike for long-range trips, and the Kenda fat tires and hydraulic front fork suspension deliver excellent handling, both on the road and off.

    The handsome step-through frame looks extremely nice on this bike, and the downtube-integrated battery gives off a polished, premium vibe. Magicycle also throws in front and rear fenders — a nice bonus that helps to keep the rider clean and dry.

    If you’re someone who enjoys shopping runs, there’s also a rear cargo rack that’s convenient for securing shopping bags and other items. The rear rack is also great for hauling camping gear and other supplies.

    The Ocelot Pro also features an upgraded, full-color LCD display. In addition to being easy to read, it also provides USB charging capabilities, giving riders an easy way to keep phones and other small accessories charged up while out on the trail.

    Last but not least, Magicycle includes a LED headlight and integrated rear taillight for improved safety and low-light visibility.

    Size and Weight

    Ideal for riders between 4’10” and 6’2″, you don’t need to be tall to enjoy this new Magicycle e-bike. The Ocelot Pro measures 69.92″ long with a 45.43″ wheelbase, and the bike has a standover height of 15.35″. The handlebar height is 43.31″, and you can adjust the Ocelot Pro’s seat from 27.91″ to 37.91″.

    Features

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    Performance and Ride

    Magicycle’s Ocelot Pro is an extremely easy-to-ride bike that gets high marks for comfort and stability. The rugged fat tires and front suspension fork deliver great off-road handling, absorbing bumps and smoothing out rough terrain.

    The bike’s powerful 52V 20Ah battery and 750-watt rear hub motor provide riders with an impressive amount of power and range, and the Ocelot Pro can climb steep hills and tackle challenging off-road conditions with ease. Speed and torque delivery are both excellent and acceleration up hills is effortless.

    The Ocelot Pro’s stopping power is also outstanding, thanks to the upgraded hydraulic brakes which perform much better than the standard mechanical brakes used on the Magicycle CRUISER and CRUISER STEP-THRU models. The responsive 180mm Tektro hydraulic brakes offer strong braking force and shorten the distance required to bring the bike to a complete stop.

    Build Quality

    Magicycle’s Ocelot Pro arrives well-packed and assembly is a simple process, thanks to Magicycle’s detailed video tutorial. As with Magicycle’s other e-bikes, build quality is great and the included components are of good quality.

    Appearance

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    An unassuming bike, the Ocelot Pro features a handsome design and the Pearl White finish is well done. We would like to see Magicycle add some alternative color options in the future.

    Unlike many other step-through frame fat bikes with externally-mounted batteries, the Magicycle Ocelot Pro comes with a battery that’s neatly integrated into the bike’s downtube. This results in a far nicer-looking bike in our opinion, and the Magicycle branding is tastefully executed.

    Included Accessories & Optional Add-ons

    Included with the Ocelot Pro is a headlight, rear cargo rack, front and rear fenders, and bicycle repair tool kit. In addition to the bundled accessories, Magicycle also offers a wide range of optional add-on accessories, including pannier bags, brakes, batteries, pumps, and more.

    Warranty & Customer Support

    Each Magicycle bike comes with a generous 2-year warranty which provides customers with plenty of coverage in the event of a manufacturing defect. Additionally, the brand throws in a 15-day money-back guarantee without the hefty restocking fees charged by many other consumer-direct e-bike companies. If a return is made, customers are only responsible for a $150 return shipping fee.

    Customers can reach Magicycle via telephone, email, and live chat on the company’s website. In our experience, the company is quick to respond, and they typically send same-day replies to emailed inquiries…

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    Price and Where to Buy it

    At the time of our review, the Magicycle Ocelot Pro MSRP is listed as $2,199. There’s currently a pre-launch special price of $1,989 being offered, and you can save another $100 by using the coupon code RECHARGE1 during checkout. If you’re thinking about purchasing two bikes, you can save $300 with the promo code RECHARGE3. Additionally, Magicycle is throwing in free shipping.

    FAQs

    Where is the Magicycle Ocelot Pro made?

    All Magicycle electric bikes are manufactured in China.

    Pros and Cons

    PROS

    CONS
    • Clean, nice-looking design
    • Neatly integrated battery
    • Powerful 750W rear hub motor
    • Massive range for long-range rides
    • Front fork suspension and 20" x 4" Kenda fat tires deliver a comfortable ride
    • Comfy butterfly handlebars and frame geometry
    • Extremely versatile bike that can handle sand, snow, trails, gravel, and more
    • Tektro 180mm hydraulic disc brakes provide above-average stopping power
    • Useful rear cargo rack for carrying shopping bags, camping gear, and more
    • Included front and rear fenders do a good job of keeping the rider clean
    • Excellent 2-year warranty
    • 15-day return policy
    • Free shipping

    Final Thoughts

    Another impressive model from Magicycle, the Ocelot Pro was designed from the ground up with comfort and versatility in mind. Ideal for smaller riders and the over 60 crowd, this e-bike comes with some great features and is perfect for daily use as a commuter, longer-range touring bike, for light trail duty, or for around-town cruising.

    Featuring excellent durability and solid build quality, the Ocelot Pro has nice upright geometry and butterfly-shaped handlebars for top-shelf comfort and easy adjustment. We really like the frame design and componentry on this ride, and the bike provides a really nice riding experience overall.

    At the end of the day, if you’re looking for a versatile fat tire e-bike that’s easy to ride and is built with comfort and accessibility in mind, Magicycle’s Ocelot Pro is a great new model to consider for 2022.

    FAQs

    Which electric bike has the longest range in the world? ›

    The Topstone Neo Carbon 3 can reach a max speed of 28 Mph. With this e-bike, you'll be able to cover a distance of 76 Miles.

    Which brand is best for electric bike? ›

    The most popular products under this bracket are the Ola S1(Rs. 99,999), TVS iQube Electric(Rs. 1.25 Lakh) and Ather 450X(Rs. 1.17 Lakh) (all prices Ex-showroom). The popular new EV products making their debut in 2022 include the Hero Vida Electric Scooter, 2022 Bajaj Chetak and Revamp Moto RM 25 02.

    Which electric bike is strongest? ›

    The Delfast Top 3.0 is regarded as fastest electric bike in the world. With a top speed of 50 mph (80 km/h), the Top 3.0 holds the title as the fastest production e-bike. This is the result of using a 3000 W electric motor, powered by a high-capacity battery.

    Which electric bike gets the most miles per charge? ›

    Many electric bicycle manufacturers claim that their e-bikes can go far, but only one can claim that their bikes go the farthest. With a Guinness world record breaking 367 km (228 mi) distance on a single charge, Delfast's Prime electric bicycle takes the cake when it comes to long range electric bicycles.

    How long does a battery last for an electric bike? ›

    You should typically expect a battery to last between 3 and 5 years if it is well maintained. (A lithium battery will slowly lose its capacity over time, even if it's not used.) Below are three things you can do to ensure you get the longest usage out of your electric bike battery.

    Which ebike is good for long ride? ›

    Best Electric Bikes For Long Distance Touring
    ModelTypeRange of max pedal assist
    Trek Allant 7s+Hybrid20 miles
    Trek Powerfly FS9 EquippedMTB20 miles
    Cannondale Tesoro Neo X3Hybrid20 miles
    Ride1Up Prodigy XRHybrid25 miles
    4 more rows

    What should I look for when buying an electric bike? ›

    Remember to focus on the main differentiators: looks, power, range, price, motor type (pedal, pedal assist, full electric), max supported weight, battery brand, and real world results. Good luck with your e-bike hunt!

    Do electric bikes charge when you pedal? ›

    Sometimes people ask whether our electric bikes will recharge while pedaling. Although it is conceivable that this could be done, because of the low 10% return on input, you would need to pedal 10km to give 1km charge. For this reason all our electric bikes simply plug into the wall to charge.

    What is the legal speed limit for electric bikes? ›

    In the United States, federal law (the Consumer Product Safety Act, to be specific) defines a “low-speed electric bicycle” as a two- or three-wheeled vehicle, with a maximum motor output of 750 watts and assistance limited to 20mph.

    Can electric bikes go uphill? ›

    They are very efficient going uphill. Two strengths of an electric bike are going uphill and going through a headwind. The electric motor means your legs do less work and the motor is more or less your best friend in this situation. So, yes, electric bikes are champs going uphill.

    Can you ride an electric bike without pedaling? ›

    Do you need to pedal an electric bike? All electric bikes can be pedaled just like regular bikes, but depending on the type of e-bike, you may not need to pedal at all. Some electric bikes have a feature called pedal-assist, where the electric motor basically gives you a boost as you go, making it easier to pedal.

    How long will a 48V 13AH battery last? ›

    Ebike Battery 48V 13AH has 625Watt power meaning that a 250Watts motor with a 48v ebike battery at 13AH will drive for 2.5 – 3 hours at full throttle without stopping or in other words 40+ miles.

    How far can you commute on an electric bike? ›

    How far can you commute on an electric bike? The average rider would be able to handle a 5-10 mile commute on a daily basis riding an electric bicycle without too much of a fuss. For more advanced riders, commutes of up to 50 miles a day are realistic, and we've seen riders commute up to 100 miles per day on occasion!

    How far can a 500W ebike go? ›

    Standard e-bikes with 400-500W batteries would ride up to 100-120 km on one charge. Simple city e-bikes would normally run 50-60 km on a single charge.

    Should I charge my ebike after every ride? ›

    IMPORTANT CHARGING INFORMATION

    It is good practice to recharge as soon as is reasonably possible after the battery goes flat. We recommend charging after every ride, that way your electric bike is always ready for your next outing. Switch off the battery before charging. (If the battery has a switch on it).

    Can I ride electric bike in rain? ›

    Can You Ride an Ebike in the Rain? Yes, riding an ebike in the rain is perfectly fine. However make sure your ebike has been tested for riding in the rain (not all manufacturers/models are). You should also avoid riding in puddles or standing water, as this can damage the electronics on your ebike.

    How much does it cost to replace an ebike battery? ›

    Normally, new high-quality electric bike replacement batteries will cost anywhere between $500 to $900 plus depending on the brand and capacity. Usually, this would be for a battery with a capacity of around 400wh to 700wh.

    Can we go for long drive in electric bike? ›

    Long-Range Electric Bikes Are 'It'!

    Breaking the routine is a must-try to get the most out of your e-bike. It starts with certain e-bikes that are designed with long-range batteries. These are mainly meant for long distances while still offering powerful motors capable of meeting your need for speed.

    Is 40nm enough for an e-bike? ›

    If the torque or Nm rating is available, here are our general suggestions you should consider for your next eBike: City Bicycles: 40 Nm minimum. Cruiser/Cargo Bicycles: 50 Nm minimum. Mountain Bicycles: 60 Nm minimum.

    Are any e-bikes made in USA? ›

    Yes, there are! These 3 electric bike companies offer ebikes that are Made in the USA – Outrider USA out of Fletcher, NC, Electric Bike Company out of Costa Mesa, CA, and Hi-Power Cycles from Chatsworth, CA. They have some amazing electric bikes that look like a lot of talent was poured into the craftsmanship.

    Why are electric bikes not popular? ›

    E-bikes are very expensive

    Somehow people expect an electric bike to be around, hmmm.... i don't know. And that's the thing, nobody really knows how much should it cost, but it is definitely expensive at 36,500. Add 5,000 more and one can buy a moped. Add 25,0000 more and one could buy a bike & so on.

    Are e-bikes good for seniors? ›

    The answer is: Yes! E-bikes are better for elderly/senior riders as they make biking easier, safer, and more enjoyable. They can allow you to get the exercise you need without straining your muscles or joints. But in that case, you need to choose an e-bike with specific features that make it easy to operate.

    How much does a good ebike cost? ›

    Article summary. Generally, electric bikes will range in cost from a low of $600 to over $8000. Not many quality ebikes can be had for under $1000, with most mainstream ebikes costing between $1500 – $4000. Almost 80% of the ebikes I compiled info on were under $4000 MSRP.

    How do I keep my electric bike from being stolen? ›

    Lock Smart
    1. Never lock with just a cable. Cables can be cut with ease.
    2. Lock your bike in a high visibility area, not in a dark alley.
    3. Bring it inside. ...
    4. Take extra precautions if you lock in the same visible place everyday - i.e. outside your work. ...
    5. Lock up at home, even in your garage.

    Is an e-bike good exercise? ›

    Ultimately, the study concluded that electric mountain bikes appear to be an “excellent form of aerobic or cardiovascular exercise, even for experienced mountain bikers who regularly engage in this fitness activity”.

    Can you also pedal an electric bike? ›

    Yes, you can. Most ebikes in today's market include pedals that you can use in tandem with — or separate from — the throttle. It's the power assistance that gives eBikes an advantage over a traditional bike for some riders.

    Can I ride my eBike while charging? ›

    Some electric bike models use regenerative braking to charge your bike while you ride it. The energy produced by your pedaling is usually lost when you brake, but it is saved and reused if you have regenerative braking.

    Can you overcharge a eBike battery? ›

    The short answer is yes, it is possible to overcharge an electric bike battery. However, it is not often something that will happen if you accidentally leave your battery plugged in for too long. Instead, overcharging most often occurs when there is a problem with the battery charger.

    Do electric bikes charge when going downhill? ›

    The vast majority of electric bikes on the market will not charge when going downhill or braking. There are some that do, but it is rare and more of a sales gimmick.

    How do you remove the speed limiter on a electric bike? ›

    6 Ways To Overcome Your E-Bike Speed Limiter! - YouTube

    How do I increase the speed of my electric bike? ›

    There are a few easy things you can do to make your ebike faster that don't involve modifying it or it's settings.
    1. 1 – Always ride with a charged battery. ...
    2. 2 – Change the tires. ...
    3. 3 – Add more air to the tires. ...
    4. 4 – Remove any speed limiter. ...
    5. 5 – Make the speed sensor think you are going slower for mid-drives.

    How do you increase the speed limit on a ebike? ›

    Another way of working around the speed limit is changing your e-bike's battery. Usually, e-bikes have batteries ranging from 24 to 72 volts. By replacing your battery with a more powerful, high-voltage one, you can go faster than the normal speed limit of 32km/h.

    What's the point of a fat tire bike? ›

    The primary benefit of a fat bike is that they're able to travel over diverse terrain, from snow to sand, better than regular bicycles. The wide tyres provide you with extra grip and traction, and combined with a low tyre pressure, you'll find that you're able to pedal over terrain that'd make conventional tyres sink.

    What gear should I be in going up a hill on an ebike? ›

    Low gear for uphill

    It will drain your strength when pedaling. You can achieve the lower gear ratio with a smaller chainring, and a bigger cog on the cassette. Choosing a lower gear requires less strength for every pedal stroke. In this way, you will put less effort and energy while riding.

    How should I store my e-bike battery? ›

    Do not store it fully charged or on the charger all winter. Store the battery with a charge level between 40% and 80%. The average battery charge is 30 miles. Store the battery in a location that will not experience extreme temperatures (either hot or cold), such as an insulated garage or in your home.

    What's the difference between an electric bike and an e-bike? ›

    An e-bike does not modify the activity of cycling; it only makes it feel easier. Electric bikes are equipped with pedal assist or thumb throttle. The pedal assist can be adjusted depending on how much effort you want to exert.

    How fast does an electric bike go without pedaling? ›

    One of the most common questions is whether or not you can ride an electric bike without pedaling. Charge City and Comfort models incorporate a throttle, which enables riding without pedaling up to a speed of 20 mph.

    Can you charge an electric bike with a solar panel? ›

    This is a straightforward question and it needs a straightforward answer and that answer is yes. You can definitely charge an electric bike with a solar panel because there are manufacturers who design and produce portable solar panels specifically for use on-the-go.

    How far can a 1000w electric bike go? ›

    These batteries typically allow for anywhere from 22 to 60 miles on a single charge.

    What is the range of a ebike? ›

    The average range of most eBikes is between 20-100 miles/32-160 kilometers; of course, the exact range will always depend on factors such as the power mode, riding conditions, cargo load, and terrain.

    Does Honda have an electric bicycle? ›

    EB, EM, and EV

    Honda divides its electric motorcycle efforts into three categories: Electric Bicycles (EB) which have a top speed of 25 kph or less (about 15 mph), Electric Mopeds (EM; 25–50 kph), and Electric Vehicles (EV; 50 kph and faster).

    How far do electric assist bikes go? ›

    With relaxed pedaling expect 22-50 miles on a single charge for most e-bikes. In some cases you'll go even farther. We have bikes that are getting 80+ miles on a single charge. Range will also be impacted by the battery capacity, the hills, wind and your size.

    Do electric bikes charge when you pedal? ›

    Sometimes people ask whether our electric bikes will recharge while pedaling. Although it is conceivable that this could be done, because of the low 10% return on input, you would need to pedal 10km to give 1km charge. For this reason all our electric bikes simply plug into the wall to charge.

    Can you ride an e-bike without the battery? ›

    The simple answer is yes. An e-bike will operate the same as a standard bicycle when not using the motor, whether by choice or because of a flat battery. We've reviewed a lot of e-bikes, and we can tell you that riding without the power will impact your ride. Let's take a look at how it changes things.

    Can you charge an e-bike while riding? ›

    Some electric bike models use regenerative braking to charge your bike while you ride it. The energy produced by your pedaling is usually lost when you brake, but it is saved and reused if you have regenerative braking.

    How can I increase the range of my electric bike? ›

    How to increase range on your E-bike
    1. Make sure the EnergyPak is fully charged before you start your ride. The range depends on which EnergyPak you have. ...
    2. Always check tire pressure before you start your ride. ...
    3. Be smart about how you shift. ...
    4. Ride in Eco mode. ...
    5. Ride without support.

    How far will an electric bike go without pedaling? ›

    And generally, with those though, you're limited to no more than 20 miles an hour with the full throttle. So with the pedal assist, you can go up to 28 with the full throttle, you can not go more than 20 miles an hour on an e-bike without peddling at all.

    How many hours does e-bike battery last? ›

    As a general rule, an Electric bike Battery should last about 2-4 years. The battery charges for 3.5 to 6 hours, and when it is fully charged it lasts 15-100 miles of riding. With good care and maintenance, the battery should last years and work well on daily rides.

    How much is a Honda electric bike? ›

    The 2022 Honda CRF-E2 is a quality motorcycle.

    It is sold exclusively at Honda dealers with a list price of $2950.

    Does Yamaha make an electric motorcycle? ›

    Yamaha also showed off three electric bikes in the categories of gravel bikes, road/commuter bikes, and mountain bikes. The gravel bike is the Yamaha Wabash RT and the commuter bike is the Yamaha CrossCore RC. Both were also unveiled in the US, where we got to see the complete specs.

    Does Tesla have a bike? ›

    IT HAPPENED! Elon Musk FINALLY Reveals NEW Tesla E-Bike 2022!

    Are e-bikes worth it? ›

    They'll help you go further, faster, longer

    Of course, electric bicycles offer many of the same benefits that regular cycling does but because you've got an added bit of oomph on board, you'll be able to travel greater distances and ride for longer.

    How long will a 48V 14ah battery last? ›

    Lithium Ion battery as an example: 48V x 14 Ah = 672 watt-hours (Wh), which garners you an expected range of between 25-45 miles on a single charge.

    Can you charge an electric bike with a solar panel? ›

    This is a straightforward question and it needs a straightforward answer and that answer is yes. You can definitely charge an electric bike with a solar panel because there are manufacturers who design and produce portable solar panels specifically for use on-the-go.

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