The Himiway Cruiser is one of the few direct to consumer bikes that offers a two year warranty. In addition to the two year warranty there is also a 15 day return policy with any Himiway Cruiser. While it is nice to know that you're safe and sound in your purchase, it's even better to know that you're buying the right bike in the first place.
With so many electric bike options available in the marketplace it's hard to know which one to choose. If you want a lightweight electric bike the Himiway Cruiser is not going to be a good option for you. That's because this electric bike weighs 72 pounds and has relatively large wheels compared to many bikes on the market. The Himiway Cruiser is best suited for somebody who is of large stature or wants to transport a lot of cargo. Some people choose to carry heavy payloads on the rear rack, while others choose this ebike because they can put a baby seat on the rear of it. Another thing that makes the Himiway Cruiser heavy is the relatively large 17.5 amp hour battery attached to the frame. If you want an electric bike with long range it is necessary to have a large battery, and the fact is batteries just weigh a lot. The good thing about the battery on the Himiway Cruiser is it is actually detachable, so by removing it from the frame of the bike it will remove about 10 pounds. This can make transporting the bike much easier.
At the end of the day if you need an electric bike that is very maneuverable and you need to bring it up and down a lot of stairs often, the Himiway Cruiser may not be a good option for you. The Cruiser is probably best suited for somebody who likes to ride off-road as well as on road, and for people who like to go long distances at a relatively slow pace. The Himiway electric bike only has a top speed of about 22 mph, so you're not going to be zooming by the spandex crew on this fat tire ebike. If you want to learn all of the details of this eBike you can see the Himiway Cruiser review TailHappyTV posted about this electric bike on his YouTube channel. It's definitely not for everybody, but if you're looking for something rugged and durable the Himiway Cruiser may be right up your alley.