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DJ Mountain Bikes Review

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Updated January 25, 2022
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Anyone in the market for an electric mountain bike would be remiss to neglect the hardworking craftspeople at DJ. Sporting a light aluminum frame and suspension fork for improved shock absorption, this can be the best electric bike. In fact, it is a contender for the best ebike for hills and won’t disappoint on your commute to work.

Why We Like It – DJ Mountain Bikes

We admire the DJ Mountain Bike for it’s high quality lightweight aluminum frame making it at home in the city or rugged hills. This electric bicycle sports a 48V LG battery that can be charged anywhere you have an electrical socket, and Shimano gear makes climbing hills a breeze. But for light off-road trails and the city walks, go for the bike in the DJ fat bike review.

  • Offers a 1-year manufacturer warranty.
  • King Meter LCD features Odometer and displays charge.
  • Headlight for night biking.
  • No taillight.
  • Vague construction manual.

Durability & Build Quality

This electric bike’s TunGun suspension fork and Shimano gear make uneven terrain and hills markedly more manageable ( a second option is discussed in the E-cells super monarch crown review). The DJ mountain bike is great for beginners or those with bad joints that still want to enjoy the outdoors. The high quality aluminum frame makes it easy to transport in a tight spot. If you haven’t built an electric bicycle before we do have to warn you, it may not be easy given it’s instructional manual, and you may be better off taking it to your go-to bike shop.

Performance (Speed & Acceleration)

DJ Bikes can help you match the speed limit with power-assisted speed, getting you up to 20 MPH, and changing gears with Shimano gears is a dream, especially for commuters. While it doesn’t quite get up to the HalloMotor 5000W FC-1, you won’t be fighting it for control. It’s aluminum frame helps considerably with acceleration up and down the hill; you aren’t fighting against the weight of this modestly sized electric powered bicycle.

Range & Battery

The battery is excellent, plain and simple; customer reviews cite an hour and some change of riding on the highest level of assisted speed and having a 30% charge leftover, but lower levels can last you two hours. The high quality battery can carry you for 37 miles if need be. While not as much as the E-Cells Super Monarch Crown, offering an impressive 30 – 60 miles of range, but it isn’t half as expensive as it’s souped-up speedster cousin.

Safety features

DJ bikes boast the highest safety and quality standards in the U.S. and Canada, making DJ Mountain Bikes a fantastic option for children and seniors as well as the average rider looking for their next electric bike. The battery features a safety design to prevent overcharge, no need to worry about blowing it out before taking it for your first spin. The suspension fork can take the brunt of uneven terrain or dips so you don’t fly off the handle, and the aluminum frame makes spills less severe. Regardless, be sure to take it to your bike shop regularly for tune-ups; better safe than sorry.


The DJ’s low price and high quality construction make it great for beginners and intermediate riders alike. The cost qualifies it for free shipping that can be put toward a spare battery for emergencies or greater distance. While it may not be a high power electric bicycle like the 2020 Haibike SDURO FULLSEVEN LT 2.0, it’s reliable and will save you far more money than cars when commuting to and from work.

DJ Mountain Bikes Wrap Up

If you’re in the market for a high quality electric bicycle that won’t break the bank, this is a great option. DJ Bikes are an economical option for hills, the city, or dirt roads thanks to their Shimano gears and suspension fork. While not a high powered electric bicycle, it’s reliable and gives you a good idea of what to expect if it’s a road you want to go down.

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