E-Bike Review

Fat Tire Electric Bikes

The wide tires allow riders to traverse terrain, such as deep sand and snow that would otherwise be impossible on a typical mountain bike.

Addmotor MOTAN

addmotor motan fat tire bike

ADDMOTOR MOTAN M-560 P7 fat tire bike is fit for 5’10”-6’6″ riders and it can carry adults weighing close to 300 lbs. 48V 750 watt brushless rear hub-motor has plenty of power to get the bike up to its top speed of 23 mph. It also has enough power to climb some moderate hills without even having to pedal at all. 48V 12.8Ah lithium battery  has range of 55 miles per charge.

EAHORA X7 PRO

eahora x7 pro fat tire bike

Eahora X7 PRO is styled in 7071 aluminum alloy frame, lockable front suspension fork and adjustable preload to match the weight. CST 20*4.0 fat tires are more comfortable with shock absorber. They reduce the risk of puncture with enhanced safety on the road. Fat tires help increase mountain climbing ability, mileage and have greater terrain adaptability.

The Eahora X7 PRO comes equipped with a Samsung 48V 10.4Ah lithium ion battery. PAS offers 3 levels of pedal assist. X7 electic bike has a range up to 45 miles in Eco mode. The E-PAS system recharge power back to battery when PAS level is 0 / 1 and speed exceeds 13mph. E-PAS also extends the lifetime of battery and motor.

RIPCURRENT

ripcurrent fat tire bike

Powered by a 750 Watt motor, the RipCurrent is capable of Class 3 (28 mph) performance with torque-sensing pedal assist included. 52 Volt 13Ah battery offers 20-45+ miles of real-world range. You can use pedal assist or the thumb throttle located on the handlebars. It’s available in three frame sizes: Medium, Large and X-Large. The chain is rust-resistant and a bit stronger (made for ebikes), and should not fall.

RIPCURRENT S

ripcurrent s fat tire bike

The RipCurrent S is powered by a 750 Watt motor, and can reach top speed of 28 mph with pedal assist. It’s available in three frame sizes: Medium, Large and X-Large and three colors: Red, Black and Brushed Aluminum.  It runs using a thumb throttle, in conjunction with a torque-based pedal sensor that checks both if you’re pedaling and how hard.

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