The Himiway A7 Pro makes cycling around the city a breeze


If you live in the city, there are various ways you can go about getting from one location to another. You can take public transport, you can walk, or you can drive. Driving is faster most of the time, but it means having to deal with parking, traffic jams, and whatnot. This is why in some places in the world, cycling is preferred.

Not only is owning a bike cheaper, it’s good for the environment, you can ride it leisurely, plus it’s good for the environment. If you’re thinking about getting a bike for those weekend commutes, then perhaps the Himiway A7 Pro is an electric bike that you should definitely take a look at, and here’s why.


One of the things we like about the Himiway A7 Pro is its design. It looks like a very traditional bicycle. It doesn’t stand out too much, which is good if you’re worried that a more striking design could tempt thieves into stealing it. This doesn’t mean that the A7 Pro’s design is boring. It’s anything but.

It has a very classic look about it that we can appreciate. Plus, there’s MIK modular cargo system on the back of the bike that you can use to place items that you’re carrying around, whether it be a bag, groceries, or just gear in general. More sporty bikes tend to do away with that little platform, which is fine depending on what you want to do, but if you want something to transport your items on, this is a nice touch.

There are five different colors to choose from, where you can opt for something a little understated with the light gray finish, or maybe something a bit more sporty with the dark orange finish, or something a bit more fierce with the black and white gradient.

Another feature we dig about the design of the e-bike is the seat. Users can quickly make adjustments to its height by pressing on the lever and moving it up or down. No more fiddly screws or knobs! Lastly, we do need to mention the maximum system weight of 400 lbs, hwich is quite a bit higher than most other bikes.


So the Himiway A7 Pro looks good, but how does it ride? As part of the design, Himiway has gone for a four-bar linkage suspension system. This will help with better shock absorption and reducing vibrations. So if you happen to be on a road that isn’t so smoothly paved, you don’t have to worry too much about the vibrations and shocks.

The built-in motor also helps with the pedal assist. If you’re getting tired or are traveling a longer distance, the motor will help make the overall ride smoother, easier, and a lot more fun.

The A7 Pro also uses a Shimano nine speed gear shift system. Giving users nine different levels to choose from means users have more control over their riding experience. It also allows them to fine tune their rides based on the current conditions. If you happen to be riding somewhere with a bit more incline, you can shift between the nine different gears accordingly.

The gears can be controlled and accessed directly from the handlebars itself. Speaking of handlebars, there is an integrated 3.5-inch full color display. This will give users access to information like their current speed, battery information like temperature and how much battery is left, how much power is being used for pedal assist, and more.

Battery life

According to Himiway, the A7 Pro comes equipped with a 720Wh battery (it’s an LG cell, 48V at 15Ah). For context, this gives users an estimated 50 miles in range. This will vary based on a couple of factors. This includes things like the rider’s weight, the incline, pedal assist levels, and more. But ultimately users should be able to expect something close to 50 miles give or take.

Another thing to note is that the battery of the bike can be removed. The battery itself weighs 8.8lbs. If you want to use the A7 Pro as a regular non-assisted bicycle, you can remove the battery and it will be lighter and easier to bring around. It also makes replacing the battery easier.

The company has also included several battery safety features. This includes short circuit preventing, over-load prevention, over-current prevention, reverse prevention, temperature control, and more. This not only enhances the overall longevity of the battery, but it also makes it safer to you.


In addition to battery safety, there are other safety measures built into the Himiway A7 Pro that are worth mentioning. One of which are the brakes on the e-bike. Himiway has opted to use a hydraulic disc brake system. This offers better stopping power with minimal maintenance. This means that over time, less maintenance means lower costs.

The bike also uses a thumb throttle system. This is a common feature in Himiway’s bikes as the thumb throttle means that in the event something goes wrong, you can simply lift your thumb off and the motor will stop. This is versus more traditional bikes that use a twist throttle that less experienced riders may accidentally crank in an emergency.

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There is also a built-in brake light that will automatically illuminate when you brake, which is handy if you’re on the road or if it’s at night, making it easier for drivers and other people to see you. Lastly, there’s a built-in Abus lock system that will make the A7 Pro a lot harder for thieves to steal. The lock is also designed to offer some degree of protection against the elements, so you don’t have to worry about it wearing out too quickly.

Pricing & availability

If you’re convinced that the Himiway A7 Pro is the personal vehicle you need to get around the city, then you can head on over to the company’s website to get your hands on it. The A7 Pro is priced at $2,399, which is honestly not that cheap, but there are certain things that could make it a tempting purchase.

For starters, you can get a $200 discount on the spot using the phandroid200 coupon code upon checkout. Himiway is offering customers a 20% discount on all accessories purchased within the same year as you purchased the bike. They will also toss in a $300 coupon that can be used towards future bikes or accessories. They are also hosting a lucky draw where three customers stand a chance to win a full refund – you basically get the bike for free!

Last but not least, there is a 15 day no-questions-asked return window. If you ultimately decide this isn’t the bike for you, return it and you’ll get your money back. This applies to the A7 Pro as well as other Himiway products like the C5, C1, cruiser series, the zebra series, and the Cobra series. More details can be found on the company’s website.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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