Ultra Urban 750
The Lightweight Sport Bike in the Ultra Urban lineup.
The Ultra Urban 750 is the original ZOOZ experience. Offering the best power-to-weight of the Ultra Urban lineup.
I purchased this bike in July 2023, and now in October 2023 (900 miles later), I'm still loving every second of it. I use this bike for commuting and food delivery.
People warned me that it would be bumpy without suspension. They were right, but honestly I don't care, because I just stand up while on bumpy road, and its no different from having a road bike (except it's heavier). I live in Seattle, so the light weight and high torque of this bike was especially attractive for me. This thing crushes hills on 48V, I can only imagine how much easier it's going to be when I upgrade it to 52V. Even on the steepest hills, it van do at least 5 mph with just the throttle! This one has more torque than the UU1100, which was ultimately the deciding factor. Also, at 55 lbs, it just barely meets this city's max limit of 65 lbs for bikes to be mounted on the city bus racks.
The only gripe I have about the bike is the seat gets uncomfortable after more than 10 miles of riding, so that's really the only thing I NEEDED to upgrade. It's a solid friggin' bike, though. I haven't had to repair it yet, and I've taken a few spills already. The brakes and electrical might be a bit cheap, but it 100% works, and pretty reliably so far and the frame, alone, is definitel worth the price. Some of the connectors could probably use a bit of dielectric grease, but I'd say this thing has never left me stranded, even in pouring rain conditions.
I can cruise at 16 or 20 mph on bike trails, or I can merge into regular traffic at 25-28 mph (sometimes up to 32 mph downhill!) Which is incredibly ideal for a city where most roads are 25 mph. I can get from my place in Shoreline to Sodo in hour, which is faster than taking the bus.
Is this bike practical? Not really. Is it fun? You bet!!! I used to own and drive a sports car every single day, and it was absolutely not practical, either, but that has never been a deciding factor for me. This bike, however, is cooler, more fun, sportier, and a better value than the vast majority of E-Bikes I've seen for the same price, and best of all, it looks cool as hell and has a massive community of supportive enthusiasts, which was the final deciding factor for me when comparing this bike to a Luna Eclipse. Plus, you can't deny it looks absolutely rad as hell! High torque + 2.5 inch tires is a hell of a combination. It can be a little nerve-wracking at first, but this bike is made for drifting and high-speed carving! (Just be careful and don't get too confident like me! Haha). This is definitely an affordable and sensible commuter bike for people who love to have fun. This is the miata of E-Bikes!
Quick Side Note: I am, by no means, a seasoned bike mechanic, but this bike is INCREDIBLY simple to work on and service on your own!
I recently purchased a beautiful chrome Zooz UI750 and I am absolutely in love with this bike!! It’s gorgeous, it’s fast, it’s super comfortable, the build quality is excellent , and I get many compliments from people whenever they see the bike. This is my first Zooz bike and it’s the third different e-bike that I’ve owned in 2 years and my Zooz is by far my favorite!! When people ask me about the bike I tell them to check out the Zooz website and pick the one that’s right for them. I will continue to recommend Zooz to everyone who is looking into getting an e-bike!
My son loves it . Nice looking bike.