Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike review

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REVIEW – The variety of eBikes on the market continues to grow. The Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo eBike came up for review and when I saw the impressive battery bank and cargo capacity I had to see how it performed compared to other bikes. Does it make any sacrifices to achieve it specs? I decided to take one for a spin, so read on and see how it did!

What is it?

The Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo eBike’s name pretty much describes itself. One of the biggest features of this bike is two 48V 15AH batteries that provide a touted range of 80-120 miles.

What’s included?

  • Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike
  • User Manual
  • Tool Bag
  • Toolkit
  • Footrest
  • Seat
  • Pedals
  • Electronic Display
  • 2 Chargers
  • Fender

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Tech specs

  • Model: Mukkpet Breeze
  • Dimensions: 68.5×27.5×49 in, 174x70x124 cm
  • Max Load: 300 lbs, 136 kg
  • Package Weight: 90 lbs, 41 kg
  • Max Speed: 28 mph, 45 kph
  • Battery: 48V 15AH
  • Charger: Input 100-240V 50/60Hz, Output 54.6V 3A
  • Max Climb Angle: 30 degrees
  • Charging Time: 4.5-5.5 hrs per battery
  • Frame: Aluminum Alloy

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Assembly, Installation, Setup

The assembly of the Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike was pretty straightforward. Everything was packaged well and fit snugly in the shipping box. There were no loose screws or pieces that were difficult to find. I’ve heard that one of the biggest issues in shipping bikes is that they frequently get damaged in transit. This bike had plenty of padding and packaging to protect everything.

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Putting the bike together was similar to other bikes I’ve worked on. The handlebars took me a minute to get into the right position and tightened down, but was no big deal. The digital screen required a rubber shim be inserted before tightening things down, so that took a bit of back and forth before I figured out what was going on.

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One thing I liked was that the controls are adjustable and you can put them wherever you prefer on the handlebars. This is a nice feature that made it easier to change speeds while out riding.

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The front tire required some work to get everything lined up, but nothing out of the ordinary there. The biggest issue someone may run into is the weight. This is a heavy bike. Fully assembled and with both battery packs loaded, you’re looking at north of 85 lbs. Get some help and it will make the process much easier.

One curious thing I noticed when I had the Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike flipped over for tire installation was the less than optimal cable management underneath the bike. Given the proximity to the chain, rear tire, and pedals, this seems like an accident waiting to happen, especially given that this is touted as being an offroad bike. I may look into putting some kind of shield over these cable to protect them while out on the trail.

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Tires attached and assembled, all that was left was the initial battery charge. Given this bike has two batteries, it also came with two chargers. Once charged up, the bike was ready to go. This has a forward and and rear light, but no turn signals like some other bikes have. Rear lights are very bright, which is great for visibility.

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Being a cargo bike, the Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike comes with a preinstalled wooden seat for a passenger that can be removed and swapped out for a cargo box or panniers. There are additional footrests that you can install for a passenger. My youngest daughter really wanted to go for a ride, so I went ahead and put them on. The footrests each consist of two pieces, one a sturdy metal plate and the other a textured plastic cover to give more traction.

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Overall, assembly went smoothly, weight notwithstanding.

Performance

The initial test run around the neighborhood was fun. Just like other eBikes, there is a pedal assist and a full-electric mode. Given the size of the Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike, it doesn’t turn on a dime, but that’s to be expected. Speed modes range between 0 and 5. At top speed on the 5 setting, I topped out at around 28 mph. Breaking the speed limit in my neighborhood on an eBike was kind of cool. One thing to be cautious of with these eBikes is to watch your speed setting when you have to stop or slow down for something. If you are on a 5 setting and stop before crossing the road, the moment you start again it will kick in at that top speed setting and can be a bit jarring. Another interesting thing I noted with this eBike is that the full electric throttle only goes up to the speed level you have set. For example, if you’re pedaling with assist at level 2 around 10 mph and decide to just go full electric and stop pedaling, it will only continue on at that speed setting. Other bikes will go up to the full speed setting when you use full electric.

Around the neighborhood is fine and dandy, but I wanted to see how this bike performed on a rougher trail. With my daughter tagging along, we went offroad on a trail nearby. The fat tires handled very well through gravel, ruts, and tall weeds. The only issue I had was the frame scraping a little on a very deep rut. This was due primarily to the length of the bike and was to be expected.

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What I like about the Mukkpet Breeze Cargo eBike

  • The passenger seat and footrests are a nice addition, especially if you have kids that want to go for a ride. Probably not a great long-ride solution, but fun for shorter trips out and about.
  • The fat tires and shocks make for a smooth ride and handles great offroad.
  • The battery capacity is incredible. If you get range anxiety on trips this is a great solution. You can also swap batteries and have one charge while using the other.

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What needs to be improved?

  • Cable management. I’m worried that the cables underneath the frame will potentially get damaged.

Final thoughts

Overall, I’ve been impressed by the Mukkpet Breeze Dual-Battery Cargo e-Bike. The build of the frame, the battery life, the fat tires, and the cargo/passenger capability make it a fun bike to have around. It has some serious zip to it and I laughed as I passed my oldest daughter. I’m concerned about the cable management, but I’m going to keep an eye on it and possibly put an additional shield around the base just in case. If you’re looking for a good cargo bike or bike you can take an extra passenger on, this is a good option.

Price: $1499.00
Where to buy: Mukkpet and Amazon (save $80 with code: TG80)
Source: The sample of this product was provided for free by Mukkpet. Mukkpet did not have a final say on the review and did not preview the review before it was published.

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