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Cyrusher Folding Electric Bikes Comparison Review

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Folding bikes come in various forms, ranging from the classic commuter’s Brompton to foldable MTBs and 700c road machines.

What Cyrusher specializes in is fat-tire electric bikes, including the folding variety.

The finest example of a Cyrusher folding e-bike is the Cyrusher XF690 Maxs. This is a terrific full-suspension electric folding bike with a powerful 1000W LKS motor, 27 gears, and wide 4” tires that can handle any terrain.

We’ll review this bike and others below. If you ever wanted a folding e-bike that you could go anywhere on, bookmark the Cyrusher brand.

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There are a few folding e-bikes among the Cyrusher range. We’ll look at these below.

Cyrusher XF690 Maxs 1000W 26” Folding Electric Bike (best for heavier riders)


  • Frame Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • No of Gears: 27 (3×9)
  • Weight: 66 lbs. (74 lbs. with battery)
  • Weight Capacity: 330 lbs.

The top bike in Cyrusher’s folding range is the Cyrusher XF690 Maxs Folding Electric Bike. (Cyex is a partner company of Cyrusher.) This is a dual suspension 1000W bike with 80 Nm of torque that carries riders up to 330 lbs. over hills with ease.

A 48V 15 Ah lithium-ion battery gives you a range of between 30 and 55 miles on this bike. The lifespan is 800 charge cycles. The key-locked battery is chargeable on or off the bike, so you can remove it.

Removing the battery makes the folded bike easier to lift into and out of a car, as it weighs a whopping 74 lbs. when the battery is installed.

You get 27 gears on the XF690 Maxs with a 9-speed cassette at the rear and triple chainrings up front. The Shimano Altus derailleur is a step up from the often-used Tourney derailleur.

In terms of modes, the Cyrusher has 5 pedal-assist levels, full-throttle mode, and a regular pedaling mode. All this and other useful info like battery level is displayed on a clear bar-mounted LCD.

Note: an XF690 (non Maxs) model also exists. It doesn’t differ much, except in a lower 12.8 Ah battery capacity and slightly reduced range.

What We Like

  • Power – a 1000W motor with 80 Nm torque makes light work of hills.
  • Gears – a wide gear range with a Shimano Altus rear derailleur.
  • Range – you can ride for up to 55 miles in the lowest assist mode.
  • LCD – high-quality display for control and info.

What We Don’t Like

  • Weight – predictably, this is an extremely heavy bike.

Cyrusher XF770 500W 26” Folding Fat Tire Electric Bike (best value)


  • Frame Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • No of Gears: 21 (3×7)
  • Weight: 66 lbs. (74 lbs. with battery)
  • Weight Capacity: 330 lbs.

The Cyrusher XF770 Folding Electric Bike comes in 250W and 500W versions. These motors deliver up to 65 Nm of torque and peak at 750W, which makes even the smaller 250W motor a capable climber and smooth performer.

(If you’re a big rider, a bigger motor is always better if you can afford it.)

Supplied with the XF770 is a Samsung 48V 12.8 Ah lithium-ion battery. This gives you up to 37 miles of range. The recharge time is 5-7 hours. To maximize the range, you’ll choose the lowest of 5 pedal-assist levels.

The dual-suspension XF770 comes with 21 gears, which includes a Shimano Tourney rear derailleur and three front chainrings. Other features include mechanical disc brakes, a 250-lumen front light, and 4” Kenda or Chaoyang tires.

A distinctive feature of this bike is its stylish 3-spoke wheels, comprising strong magnesium alloy spokes.

The “smaller” motor of the XF770 versus the 1000W XF690 Maxs does not mean less weight, alas. You’ll still have to lift at least 66 lbs. to get the folded bike into a trunk. That remains an expected downside.

What We Like

  • Assist – 5 pedal-assist levels to help you find a comfortable pace.
  • Range – reasonable max range that allows you to relax on rides.
  • Gears – 21 gears to help you and the bike cope with varied terrain.
  • Torque – the motor delivers 65 Nm of torque, which helps it to climb well.

What We Don’t Like

  • Weight – fits easily into car trunks, but some users will struggle to lift the bike.

Cyrusher XF590 500W 20” Folding Electric Bike (best for commuting)


  • Frame Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • No of Gears: 7
  • Weight: 62 lbs. (70 lbs. with battery)
  • Weight Capacity: 265 lbs.

Diverging significantly from the first two reviewed bikes is the Cyrusher XF590 500W 20” Folding Electric Bike. The primary difference lies in the 20” wheel size, which also makes the folded size a few inches more compact.

Whereas the other two bikes have 4” wide fat tires, the XF590 has 2.4” tires, though these are still wide in proportion to the diameter. The weight capacity of this smaller bike is 65 lbs. below the other two, also.

You still get dual suspension on the XF590. This, coupled with the relatively wide tires, makes for a smooth ride. Unfortunately, such luxuries add to the weight, and that’s still lumpy at 70 lbs. (with battery).

The 500W motor of this bike peaks at 750W and has a useful 65 Nm of torque, so you won’t have any trouble getting over hills. You get seven gears on this bike, which means a 7-speed freewheel at the rear and a single chainring at the front.

Because you have fewer gears on this bike than on the other two, you may find yourself using a higher level of pedal assist over hills. This bike has a maximum range of 35 miles, powered by a 48V 10 Ah lithium-Ion battery.

The XF590 bike makes a fun commuter bike, provided you don’t need to haul it onto public transport. A very cool feature is the bike’s indicator lights.

What We Like

  • Range – plenty of range for a commute or shopping rides.
  • Power – strong 500W motor with 750W peak output and 65 Nm torque.
  • Compact – more compact than other Cyrusher models when folded.

What We Don’t Like

  • Weight – still weighs 70 lbs. with battery, which weighs 8 lbs.

Cyrusher Folding Bicycles: FAQs

Let’s get some answers to frequently asked questions about Cyrusher folding bikes.

Where Are Cyrusher Bikes Made?

Cyrusher was founded in China and the bikes are made there in the Shenzhen area.

How Fast Are Cyrusher Bikes?

The folding models have a maximum assisted speed of 26 mph (41.8 km/h). For bikes sold in countries where this is illegal, the top speed is limited accordingly by the factory.

Can I Ride A 1000W E-bike In Europe?

In EU countries or the UK, e-bikes can’t be more than 250W in power, nor assist in a speed above 15.5 mph, nor have a throttle-only mode. Any bike that doesn’t comply must be registered and taxed as a motor vehicle. It also requires a driving license.

Conclusion: Are Cyrusher Ebikes Any Good?

Cyrusher folding e-bikes are robust machines with good motors and a decent range compared to many rival products.

Topping our review list is the Cyrusher XF690 Maxs Folding Electric Bike. This is a great bike for bigger riders in hilly areas, thanks to a strong 1000W motor that delivers 80 Nm of torque. More torque means you can get over steeper hills in throttle mode.

The Cyrusher XF770 Folding Electric Bike has a 250W or 500W motor, depending on the model you choose. While these bikes aren’t as powerful as the XF690, they still generate 65 Nm of torque and peak at 750W.

For a more compact 20” folded model, we recommend the Cyrusher XF590 500W 20” Folding Electric Bike. Don’t let the compact size deceive you; this bike still comes with a powerful 500W LKS motor delivering 65 Nm max torque and a top speed of 26 mph.

We hope this article serves as a handy introduction to Cyrusher folding bikes. You’ll have tremendous fun riding one, wherever you happen to live.

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Glenn Harper
Glenn Harper
I'm Glenn. When I’m not contributing articles to BikePush, I can often be found cycling on the rural roads around me. If I can help you benefit from bicycling in some small way, I’ll consider it a win.

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