Our Rating - 4.5/5
Freedom X is one of the most unusual-looking e-bikes on the market, but that shows you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. It’s a unique and durable e-bike for everyday rides in an urban environment. Reliable and sturdy - but with an interesting and modern vibe.
Wing Bikes Freedom X - In-Depth Review
Uniqueness and unusual designs seem to be the hottest new trend in the electric biking world. A few revolutionary e-bikes aside, the same mechanics, similar-looking frames, and other designs and components that look just like the ones on the bike next to it got a bit boring.
That’s kind of what sparked this revolution in the design language of e-bikes.
Wing Bikes Freedom X is one of those models that will cause every single person to turn around and take a better look at it. But I’m pretty sure that’s what this company was going for, in the first place.
Today, I’m reviewing it and sharing all the details you need to know to form your opinion on the e-bike - and, potentially, consider buying one for yourself.
We’ll get into the details soon enough. But for now, let’s look at the bike’s specs:
Aluminum, Smooth Welding AL-ALLOY 6061
26 x 1.75
36V/550W Bafang with 45Nm of torque
8.8ah, 10.4ah, or 14ah
35, 45, or 60 miles (depending on battery)
180mm Stainless Steel Rotors
Now that we’ve seen what this e-bike has to offer on paper, it’s time to get more “hands-on” and see how the Wing Bikes Freedom X’s specs hold up in real-life testing.
The frame is essential - some would even say the most crucial - part of an e-bike. It’s what gives it structural integrity, ergonomics, comfort, and stability. That’s why I’ve invested extra care when testing and reviewing the Wing Bikes Freedom X.
And here’s what I’ve found:
The bike’s frame, although looking quite unusual, is like that for a reason. The straight lines and simplicity with which this frame was made have a pretty apparent goal:
Keeping you steady, safe, and comfortable.
The bike boasts an aluminum frame with smooth welding, and I’ve figured that it makes it easier to do maintenance jobs and basic repairs on the Freedom X.
Also, the resistance to hard hits, falls, and bends are pretty impressive, and it allows you to ride carefree - without worrying about the little things scratching or damaging your bike.
Oh, and let’s not forget the weight. Clocking in at 39 pounds, this is arguably one of the lighter e-bikes on the market - and that’s always a plus.
The motor found in the Freedom X is the 36V/550W Bafang with 45Nm of torque, which is quite impressive.
The amount of torque this bike offers allows you to trust your e-bike and not worry about feeling “underpowered” when riding the Freedom X. I mean, 45Nm torque is a pretty decent fit for most - if not all - riders.
Whether you’re a beginner, a casual rider, or a diehard fan of e-bikes, this amount of torque hits that sweet spot.
Bafang motors are generally reliable, rugged, and don’t break that easily, meaning you won’t be visiting your nearby bike repair shop that often. Great news, huh? Also, the motor’s as strong as it is reliable, so your legs won’t have to do much work - if you don’t want them to, that is.
The 550W Bafang motor will get you anywhere and everywhere you need to be, but it especially shines in cities and urban environments in general.
When it comes to a care-free ride, it’s essential to talk about batteries. Something that’s making this e-bike stand out from the crowd is its customizable approach.
What do I mean by that?
Well, if you go to the bike manufacturer’s official website, you are met with a lot of options. But we’re here to talk about batteries - so let’s stick to them for the time being.
Batteries are also customizable - and you can choose from three different ones. You can get a Freedom X with an 8.8Ah, 10.4Ah, or 14Ah battery.
Each of these will give you a different maximum range and a different balance of torque vs. your own strength.
The 8.8Ah battery, being the smallest option, is the one that’s usually selected by those new to e-bikes - while the 10.4Ah and 14Ah batteries are better suited for bikers that go long distances or like to feel the motor’s full torque.
All of them are good - just be sure to pick one according to your needs.
When it comes to safety, brakes are probably the first thing to pop into your mind, right?
The creators of Freedom X knew this - and thought of everything. The brakes on the e-bike are the 180mm Stainless Steel Rotors that are big and strong enough to stop the Freedom X in its tracks.
Construction-wise, they seem virtually indestructible. You're probably set for life if you do regular maintenance.
Or, in short, these are the type of brakes you can trust.
Rims may not seem that important, but if you want to feel completely safe, you want the whole package - the brakes, the rims, and the tires - to be of the highest quality.
The Freedom X is an interesting-looking e-bike, and rims are a part of that. The Double Walled Al-Alloy rims are sleek-looking but firm at the same time. They’ll keep your tires safe - and your e-bike going straight.
As mentioned earlier, tires are the last - but not the least important - component of a safe e-bike ride.
Freedom X e-bike comes fitted with the puncture-resistant Kenda tires, which are black - or the puncture-resistant Innova, which are grey. The dimensions of tires for the Freedom X are 26 by 1.75 inches.
Besides the obvious puncture resistance, these tires seem to be durable and resistant to regular wear and tear, making them a pretty decent choice.
Post Test Summary: Wing Bikes Freedom X Pros & Cons
Alright, now that we’ve looked at all the components, let’s talk about the pros and cons.
What I Do Like About Wang Bikes Freedom X
This e-bike is everything a casual rider could ask for - and then some. Well, the people asked - and the Wing Bikes delivered. The reliability of this e-bike, along with its versatility, is a perfect choice for city streets and urban commuters.
What I Don’t Like About Wang Bikes Freedom X E-Bike
Look, I know that most of you will love the design of this e-bike - but not everyone will. Some of you may appreciate the specs but will be hesitant about the bike’s unusual look. And that’s fine.
I’m not sure that even counts as an actual downside.
Other than that, one thing worth noting is that this is, by no means, a bike you could - or should - take off-road. It’s just not built for that.
Advice To Customers
This e-bike is pretty decently priced - affordable, even - compared to the competition. If you’re interested in e-bikes but don’t have several thousand dollars to spare, this is your opportunity to get a fantastic little commuter. A perfect package at a great price!
It’s important to emphasize how beginner-friendly this e-bike is. The simplicity and safety make it excellent for anyone new to e-bikes.
Beyond that, the way that this e-bike is constructed, the reliable and robust motor it carries, and a decent battery that powers it are something Wing Bikes should be proud of here.
If you’re a fan of its innovative looks, go for it. But if your first thought was, “But why is it so ugly, though?” I suggest you keep on looking. Freedom X obviously isn’t the bike for you.