Himiway Cruiser Fat Tire Review

Diana Kynaston
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The Himiway Bike boasts a long range and the ability to tackle all terrain, it has roughly 60 miles of range and can be used in full electric or with pedal assist, the Cruiser distinguishes itself from others as it has the wide tires and a luggage rack with a wooden seat, this makes it stands out from other e-bikes.

The bike can handle different terrains and even performs well riding through water with the wheels still gripping to the terrain. It is difficult getting the bike to mount and start the forward momentum, you can pedal or you can use the throttle to power the bike up. It has active suspension pins that allow movement of 6-8 inches with torque of around 32 pounds, the suspension allows the bike to move up and down still keeping the ride smooth.

The Himiway Bike is affordable and suitable for beginner riders, it is great for commuting but also great for taking it out on some rugged trails. 


  • Powerful
  • Tires are smooth over surfaces
  • Stable even at speed
  • Great traction on almost every surface
  • Battery range is unexpectedly good


  • Delay in pedal assistance when starting to pedal (about 1 second lag)
  • MPH on LCD display glitches out mostly on corners
  • PAS doesn’t have much speed variation in the different assist levels
  • Due to the lights there’s no room for bottle cage mounts

Our Verdict

Himiway was created by Mike Magaruh in 2017 he put his knowledge to use from travelling around Asia and meeting e-bike manufacturers including the component brands that make an e-bike, he put this all into the Himiway brand where the bikes are suited to rough terrain.

The Himiway Cruiser is an all-terrain fat bike that is best riding through snow, sand and many other surfaces whilst also being able to cope with uphill climbs. At £1,699 it is an affordable price for what is offered by both the Cruiser and the Step-thru as you will be getting a fast and powerful bike.

Himiway Bike Step Thru Bike Specification

Weight 32.6kg

Gears: Shimano 14-18T Brown/BK

Freewheel: Shimano 7 speed gear shift system

Pedals: Allow pedal with reflectors

Kickstand: Heavy duty aluminium

Available Sizes One Size (5’2” – 6’4”)
Brakes Tekro aries 180mm brakes
Fork Alloy front suspension fork with lockout and adjustment
Frame 6061 Aluminium frame
Handlebar Aluminium 650mm
Motor 750W brushless gear motor
Saddle Velo soft saddle
Seat post 30.4 x 300mm Alloy 
Stem MA-400 28.6 x 90 x 31.8mm
Tyres 26” x 4.0” Kenda Juggernaut fat tires
Spokes 12-gauge stainless steel

Himiway Bike Step-Thru Speed, Battery & Range

The Himiway comes with a 750W motor and Samsung battery which offers 849Wh capacity, without pedal assist you can get a range of roughly 35 miles and with pedal-assist mode on you get about 60 miles before it needs to be charged. Maximum speed is 26mph but if you switch the pedal-assist mode to level 3 or 4 or you will get a small boost up to 27mph, this will all depend on which terrain you ride on.

Himiway Bike Quality & Build

The bike has an aluminium frame that is much lighter and is strong enough to hold 350lb capacity. The tires on the bike are well-built 26” x 4” Kenda fat tires that bring out the best on this e-bike, the fat tires making it easy to tackle all types of terrain and is great for riders who are beginners.

Special Features of Himiway Long Range All Terrain Step Thru eBike

The additional accessories than come with this bike are:

  • Front and rear fenders
  • A chainring guard
  • A kickstand
  • A rear rack
  • A rear derailleur guard
  • Taillight and front light
  • LCD Display

Known Issues

LCD Display glitches out for a couple of seconds, mostly when turning corners.

Warranty & Customer Support

2 year all-inclusive warranty.

Where to buy Himiway Cruise Fat Tire?

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*Price was last checked on 29/11/2022.

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