G-FORCE Electric Bikes Review (2023)
With a focus on folding, fat tire e-bikes, G-FORCE's growing lineup is ideal for riders in search of capable, all-around designs and outstanding value...
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An up-and-coming PEV brand that’s known for its folding electric bikes and fat tire designs, G-FORCE produces tough, well-built e-bikes that offer outstanding versatility.
With 5 models in its 2023 lineup, G-FORCE has a small but focused line that caters to outdoor adventurers in search of performance, versatility, and value. The G-FORCE brand was launched with a strong focus on folding bikes, but the company has branched out this year to include its motorcycle-inspired ZM model. G-FORCE’s e-bikes come well-equipped with front suspension forks, integrated headlights and taillights, half-twist throttles, corrosion-resistant 6061 aluminum frames, Shimano gearing, and more.
All of G-FORCE’s e-bikes are backed by a 1-year warranty, ensuring that you’ll be covered in the event of a manufacturer defect. Additionally, we’ve found the company’s customer service department to be friendly and responsive, making it easy to get help if you ever run into problems.
Overall, G-FORCE’s bikes are a great option if you’re looking for an affordable, high-quality, folding electric bike that can handle a wide variety of terrain. Plus, the company’s 1-year warranty and responsive customer service make it easy to get help if you need it.
G-FORCE's newest folding fat tire model, the T42 is a versatile all-terrain ride that comes loaded with a powerful 750W brushless gear hub motor, 48v 10.4Ah lithium battery, ultralight aluminum alloy frame, adjustable shocks, and dual hydraulic brakes...
Capable of handling a variety of terrain, the S41 features front and rear suspension, mechanical disc braking, a 350W brushless gear motor, 48v 10.4Ah battery, and convenient folding design. This e-bike has a range of up to 50 miles and a 275 lb payload capacity...
The brand's original e-bike design, this folding fat tire bike offers outstanding value and versatility. With front and rear suspension, 180mm mechanical disc brakes, a Shimano 7-speed shifting system, and 20" x 4" puncture-resistant Kenda tires, the T41 is designed for serious fun...
G-FORCE currently has several active coupon codes that you can use to save some money on a new electric bike:
- RECHARGEDRIDES: $50 off any e-bike
- GFORCE100: $100 off the G-force T42, ZM, or ZF
- GFORCE50: $50 off the G-force S41
To take advantage of these special offers, just click here, add the bikes to your cart, and then enter the appropriate coupon code during checkout. Additionally, shipping is FREE on all orders in the continental US.
G-FORCE bikes and scooters come with a 1-year warranty which covers manufacturer defects. The brand also has a 14-day return policy, although they charge a hefty 25% restocking fee plus return shipping costs.
As far as customer support goes, G-FORCE provides a variety of contact options, including email, phone, and a contact form on the company’s official website. We’ve also found them to be quite responsive to social media inquiries. We also tested the responsiveness of G-FORCE’s email support as we do in all of our electric bicycle reviews, and we received an extremely friendly, same-day reply from the company’s customer service department…
In addition to G-FORCE’s lineup of e-bikes and electric scooters, the company also has a small range of accessories and replacement parts, including a phone holder, battery, and portable electric pump.
“Buyer Beware” I purchased a (1st generation) version T42 Fat Tire Model around year 2021, no issues with bike or console. I then started having issues with screen flicker and charging. Ok, I then attempt to contact customer support to order a replacement battery, paid the over $300.00, and the company sent me the 11.AH “WRONG” battery. I need this battery; E Bike Battery Li-ION Model Y48510G, 48V 10400mah, 365-21-A, 499Wh, 20 122600 02399 I even attached photos. So, within a week I hear nothing back from (CS) and there pops a posting on G-Force site that states that there is “a discontinued battery” for my 1st generation. I’m currently trying to get a full refund for the “wrong battery” thanks G Force (Sarcasm) BLUF: Please do your research, I now have a $1100.00 paper weight which by the way G Force will not offer up “some form of compensation” other than “Hey you can buy another BIKE from us!!???. There are other reputable companies that are out there, call their Customer Support and above else and ask them thorough questions about their products especially about discontinued batteries and warranty thereafter wards. Your purchase is good up to the year, or buy an additional battery before this company discontinues your model. No long-term support. Customer Service is obviously out sourced out of country and USELESS. !!!Buyer BEWARE!!!
I’ve had my T41 for over a year. Very nice ebike. It folds very easily and is a quality build out. Battery power seems solid still after many hours and trips. Tires were marketed to be Kenda but I got CST BFT which wasn’t ideal but still ok tread remaining.
A lot of bang for your buck…
Love my T41. The bike was very well packed, arrived in perfect condition, and was a breeze to set up. In my opinion, you get a lot of bang for your buck with these bikes.
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G-FORCE's electric bikes are manufactured in China.
G-FORCE electric bikes come with puncture-resistant Kenda tires.
G-FORCE ships their bikes 95% assembled, so it'll only take a few minutes to set up your e-bike once it arrives.