"Don't let the small size fool you: this thing still kicks electronic motorized ass."
"Delivering plenty of smiles per miles to test riders at The Big Gear Show, the JackRabbit Micro eBike was one of the most zippy, fun bikes we hopped onto during the event. For zipping around established campsites or commuting to work, the JackRabbit seems poised to be a leader in micromobility."
“Tiny bikes are more affordable, easier to transport, and easier to store. I'm testing several micro bikes right now, but the one I'd recommend at the moment is the JackRabbit. The bike weighs an astonishingly little 24 pounds and is simple to assemble out of the box, and it can fold down to save even more space.”
“Small enough when folded up to fit behind the front seat of a car, and light enough, at 24 pounds, to carry up a flight of stairs.”
“It just didn’t matter how funny I thought I looked. What mattered was how much fun I was having. And the fact that I was zipping along at 20 mph (32 km/h) on an electric vehicle I could lift with one finger.”
“It makes a lot of sense for those who don’t want or need a full-sized bike, and for whom a scooter just isn’t the best alternative. The fact that it’s wildly fun is just an added bonus.”
"This JackRabbit is truly clever...the bike was a fun, easy way to run errands around the neighborhood. We also came up with the useful system of leaving the bike in our trunk, parking as far from our destination as we pleased, and riding the JackRabbit the rest of the way."