Ariel Rider D Class or Juiced Bikes HyperScorpion?

ElevenAD

Well-Known Member
So now you know the most that controller is allowing through and is putting out is 1056 watts, split that by 2, each motor is getting 528W
Still good, and the advantage is one wheel loses traction the other one can still carry the bike. Just remember the front wheel doesn't have that much weight on it, so imagine a front wheel drive car with the engine in the rear and the trunk up front, there is some fluff in the specs and design, still a good bike.

I wish Juiced would admit what it is, they are fully in production, they know, they just don't want to say.
And there are only 2 reasons, either it's too low or too high(legal issues in some States)

Some bike shops sell after market upgrades to get it the power output up there, the only downside is the battery is going to run down much faster.
Here is an example for my bike, but I am not upgrading.
Bolton Bikes Controller Upgrade
The Ariel rider has 2 controllers, one for each wheel. they claim peak power is 3000watts 1500 nominal
 

ElevenAD

Well-Known Member
Both are cool! With the DClass you get a little more power and save a ton of cash,with the hyper scorpion you get better comfort with the full suspension and the option to add a seat riser Plus better range! Flip a coin lol
 

easyheimer

New Member
So I placed my order for the Ariel Rider D Class tonight and couldn’t be more excited. I think out of all of the eBikes I was looking at that seems the be the cream of the crop. I don’t think I’ll be disappointed.
 

ElevenAD

Well-Known Member
So I placed my order for the Ariel Rider D Class tonight and couldn’t be more excited. I think out of all of the eBikes I was looking at that seems the be the cream of the crop. I don’t think I’ll be disappointed.
Be sure to join the Ariel Rider Facebook group.
 

easyheimer

New Member
I’m also looking for places where I can get spare batteries for less that will fit the D Class. Any suggestions?
 

Bravesst

Member
I feel the most *pedalable* might just be the Rize Blade (see EBR review). The rear cog is 11-32 and chainring is 52 teeth. I currently own an Addmotor M-70 and it came with 14/28 and 48 - unable to pedal above 15. I changed the chainring to a 56 tooth and can now pedal at 20 mph. This allows you to do a lot of work, even though the motor is cranking also. At 6 feet, I'm also concerned with leg extension. I was able to lift my seat 1.5" (custom insert I built myself) and I see that as really possible with any of these minibike style frames and seats. While you can't use traditional saddles, there's lots you can do with the frame and minibike seat.

Ariel D and Juiced all feature a 14-28 rear cog and 48 tooth chainring. With all the power, pedaling will be difficult above 15 mph. My m-7 tops out at 24 with a new 52 volt battery and big chainring. I'm also in the process of swapping out controllers to reach 28 - 30 mph, with better control of PA.

Give Rize a peek... impressed so far. I should have no problem hitting higher top speed of 28 to 30 mph, and expect to be able to pedal at at least 25.

 

easyheimer

New Member
I feel the most *pedalable* might just be the Rize Blade (see EBR review). The rear cog is 11-32 and chainring is 52 teeth. I currently own an Addmotor M-70 and it came with 14/28 and 48 - unable to pedal above 15. I changed the chainring to a 56 tooth and can now pedal at 20 mph. This allows you to do a lot of work, even though the motor is cranking also. At 6 feet, I'm also concerned with leg extension. I was able to lift my seat 1.5" (custom insert I built myself) and I see that as really possible with any of these minibike style frames and seats. While you can't use traditional saddles, there's lots you can do with the frame and minibike seat.

Ariel D and Juiced all feature a 14-28 rear cog and 48 tooth chainring. With all the power, pedaling will be difficult above 15 mph. My m-7 tops out at 24 with a new 52 volt battery and big chainring. I'm also in the process of swapping out controllers to reach 28 - 30 mph, with better control of PA.

Give Rize a peek... impressed so far. I should have no problem hitting higher top speed of 28 to 30 mph, and expect to be able to pedal at at least 25.


Thanks for the input. I was actually looking at the Rize Blade as well and ultimately went with the D Class for the dual motors and sitting style.