Kranked EGO 2400 Review

Kranked Ego 2400 Electric Bike Kit Review 1
Kranked Ego 2400
Kranked Ego 2400 Front View Heat Sink
Kranked Ego 2400 Battery Pack Backpack
Kranked Ego 2400 Twist Throttle Led Console
Kranked Ego 2400 Motor Power Cord For Battery
Kranked Ego 2400 Bottom Bracket Electric Bike Motor
Kranked Ego 2400 Electric Bike Kit Review 1
Kranked Ego 2400
Kranked Ego 2400 Front View Heat Sink
Kranked Ego 2400 Battery Pack Backpack
Kranked Ego 2400 Twist Throttle Led Console
Kranked Ego 2400 Motor Power Cord For Battery
Kranked Ego 2400 Bottom Bracket Electric Bike Motor

Summary

  • One of the highest speed, most powerful mid-drive electric bike motors available, top speed ~44 mph varying by sprocket
  • Leverages a canister style gearless motor from EGO stepped down 9 to 1 with a planetary gearing system for increased torque
  • Motor weight is kept low and center for stability, battery weight is contained in a traditional backpack that plugs in with a long power cable (reinforced and designed to break away if you crash)
  • Very expensive but quite capable, well supported with a comprehensive two year warranty, not legal in many environments
Warning, in some configurations this electric bike kit is classified as a moped or motorcycle and may not be ridden on cycling trails or paths. It may require licensing, insurance and lights when used on public roads.

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Introduction

Make:

Kranked

Model:

EGO 2400

Price:

$3,998 ($4998 for the EGO 3400)

Suggested Use:

Downhill, Mountain

Electric Bike Class:

Moped or Motorcycle (Class 4)
Learn more about Ebike classes

Warranty:

2 Year Comprehensive

Availability:

Worldwide

Model Year:

2015

Bicycle Details

Battery Weight:

11.24 lbs (5.09 kg)

Motor Weight:

12 lbs (5.44 kg) (7 lbs Canister Motor Only, Gears and Mounting Plates Add ~5 lbs)

Cranks:

EGO Aluminum Alloy

Pedals:

Optional EGO Platform Pedals

Accessories:

EGO Motor, Controller and Twist Throttle, Custom Kranked Bottom Bracket, EVOC Rucksack Backpack for Battery Storage

Other:

Designed to Fit the Santa Cruz Heckler Bicycle, Cylinder Motor Driven Planetary Gear with 9 to 1 Reduction Ratio for Increased Torque, Battery Size: 10.5 cm x 14.7 cm

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

EGO

Motor Type:

Mid-Mounted Gearless Motor
Learn more about Ebike motors

Motor Nominal Output:

1200 watts

Motor Peak Output:

2400 watts

Motor Torque:

75 Newton meters

Battery Voltage:

43 volts (Optional 51 Volt)

Battery Amp Hours:

12.5 ah (Optional 17.5 Amp Hour)

Battery Watt Hours:

537.5 wh (Optional 892.5 Watt Hours)

Battery Chemistry:

Lithium Manganese

Charge Time:

1.5 hours

Estimated Min Range:

25 miles (40 km)

Estimated Max Range:

30 miles (48 km)

Display Type:

LED Console

Readouts:

Battery Capacity

Display Accessories:

EGO Motor, Controller and Twist Throttle, Custom Kranked Bottom Bracket, EVOC Rucksack Backpack for Battery Storage

Drive Mode:

Twist Throttle

Top Speed:

44 mph (71 kph) (Speed Varies by Gear)

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Written Review

The Kranked EGO 2400 is an electric bike kit that delivers power and speed more akin to an electric motorcycle than the low speed ebikes I usually test… It’s intended for off-road or private use and is capable of climbing 40 degree inclines, delivering 2400 watts at peak output (more than 5x traditional low speed ebike systems). With top speeds in excess of 40 miles per hour (65 kilometers per hour) I highly recommend riding with a full face helmet and downhill arm, leg and joint protective gear. For roughly $4k you get the EGO-made 2400 motor, controller and twist throttle along with the Kranked custom gearing system and mounting brackets as well as an impressive ~54 Wh Lithium-Manganese battery. I’m told this kit is compatible with roughly seventy percent of the standard mountain bike frames on the market today but the folks at Kranked love Santa Cruz and have optimized compatibility with the $2,500 Heckler model shown in the photos and video above. This full suspension model is sturdy, light weight and affordable with a popular all-mountain geometry. I had a blast riding uphill with this thing and appreciate the balance offered by the middrive motor. The 11 lb battery and required backpack worked alright but the straps made me sweaty and my movement was a bit restricted by the weight. The loud buzzing sound made by the motor wasn’t my favorite and definitely drew attention from fellow cyclists making me feel a little self conscious. While my time was limited, I’m sure the strain of so much power on the chain, derailleur and sprockets will shorten their expected lifespan. My uncle has been riding a 350 watt Haibike for the past year and had to replace his chain something like six times with two new derailleurs and that has shift sensing tech built in. The Kranked EGO kits are throttle only so you might not have mashing if you completely ease off the power when shifting.

The motor powering this kit is made by EGO and sold separately (with its own proprietary mounting hardware) for slightly less than the Kranked system. Kranked has tweaked and refined the mounting hardware for their version, sells it in different regions of the world (Canada in particular) and offers a two year comprehensive warranty with local support. As mentioned earlier, the motor produces some noise as RPM is stepped down with a planetary gearing system. this allows the the gearless canister drive to spin at a more optimal RPM and deliver more power for climbing without overheating. There’s a nice heat sink built onto the end of the drive but no easy way to tell how the system is performing… no LCD display here with speed, range or detailed battery level. You get a very traditional three LED readout near the throttle with red, yellow and green readouts. It may be tougher, simpler to install and more affordable but it also leaves something to be desired. I’d love to see how many watts were being put out and also how hot the system is running realtime so I could adjust my riding on the fly.

Powering the system is an awesome Lithium-Manganese battery brick that plunks down into the EVOC Rucksack backpack and connects via umbilical-power cord to the controller. It’s a unique design to be sure and there are definite trade-offs in balance. The bike is very balanced with the mid-drive motor and solid feeling, the backpack is padded and comfortable to wear… even giving you more space to bring food, water and tools… but you feel the weight and it impacts your stance and arm engagement. I love that the power cable is so strong and that it’s designed to break away in the event of a fall. I think the battery is well protected by the backpack and your body shouldn’t get too beat up by the 11 lb weight because of integrated padding but it’s very different from most bikes that have batteries built right into the frame or attached with a rack. If you’re coming from the motorcycle world everything here is going to feel super light weight but if you’re into downhill mountain biking it might feel heavy and restrictive. The benefit is that you get to ride up and down the mountains you want to bomb now vs. taking a chairlift or helicopter.

Operating the Kranked EGO 2400 system is very easy once the kit is installed. You charge the battery, which only takes ~1.5 hours using their quick charger, then put on the backpack and plug it into the loose wire coming out of the controller (usually kept in place with zip ties). Next, you press the power button and twist the throttle. It’s very intuitive and extremely responsive. Before my ride, the founder Bjorn cautioned me to be delicate with the throttle at first and get used to the power. You could easily wheelie the bike, spin the tire out and go careening out of control if you don’t respect it. Unlike many dirt bikes that use internal combustion motors, electric systems don’t require that you shift gears to go fast and that makes them easy to use but also easy to get carried away with. That’s really it, the bike is on and you go. To optimize for climbing or going fast you can shift the bicycle gears like you normally would on an unpowered bike but as mentioned earlier, I’d suggest easing off the throttle when you do this to avoid mashing. The first few rides should be done on smooth surfaces to get used to the throttle, when the terrain gets bumpy or your body begins to move a lot it’s easy to bear down on the grips for stability but this can also feed into the throttle.

If was more into downhill riding I think I’d be obsessed with kits like this… I’d also love to take it off of huge motocross jumps or go freeriding. This electric bike setup achieves the power and speed of a motorcycle and the maneuverability and light weight of a bicycle. Unfortunately, because the motor is so integrated with the bike it’s very sturdy but also not easily removable (nor is the controller and throttle) so prepare to have a dedicated e-mountain bike. It’s a lot of money to spend and the motor noise can be annoying but the rush cannot be denied. The potential for overheating and limited system feedback are areas for improvement and I’m excited to see batteries become even lighter. I don’t think the battery backpack thing is bad but it does impact your ride a bit and I’d go into this purchase with added budget for some serious pads. Also, as always… be considerate of how you ride and where you take electric bikes like this. You could seriously injure or even kill another rider or pedestrian and while that’s true of human powered bicycles to some extent (especially b-lining down large hills and mountains) the risk is everpresent with a 40+ mph ebike setup like this.

Pros:

  • Because you wear the battery pack with this kit (in a backpack) you don’t have to modify the frame of the bike much and the wire sending electricity from the pack to the controller and motor is heavily reinforced with a breakaway design in case you fall off the bike
  • The motor mounting plate is custom designed specifically for use with the Santa Cruz Heckler bicycle which is light weight, durable and high performing but the company says it’s also compatible with ~70% of other bike mountain bike frames
  • For those who ride motocross bikes this kit offers a much lighter weight, quieter experience that accelerates well and can still reach higher speeds ~44 mph
  • As a mid-drive motor, this system leverages any sprockets you’ve got setup in a rear cassette so you can optimize for torque or speed by shifting gears traditionally, the downside is that it definitely puts more strain on your chain and derailleur so shift consciously
  • The kit is very expensive compared to lower speed options but there are multiple motor and battery sizes to choose from to dial in the price for your needs
  • Given the type of terrain that this system is designed for (rugged off-road) the motor casing is super sturdy and they’ve integrated heat sink blades to keep it running well even under heavy load
  • Capable of climbing up to 80% incline or 40° degrees slope, that’s more than any other kit I’ve tried to date

Cons:

  • Due to the higher top speed and enormous power of this kit it’s not classified as a low speed electric bike and therefor not legal on most traditional paths and trails
  • As you can hear in the video, the motor makes a loud sort of buzzing noise… it’s not as bad as most gas powered motors but definitely louder than most other electric bicycles
  • Batteries are contained in a backpack which means the weight is higher up and may impact your comfort and ergonomics of riding at 10+ lbs varying by capacity
  • This system only offers throttle on demand, it’s variable speed and quite responsive but you end up using your wrist and arm muscles to control bike handling and speed which can take a toll on rough terrain, a pedal assist option would be nice

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Eric Kuyper
2 weeks ago

Hello to all. My name is Eric, and my wife (Buffy) and I recently purchased 2 bikes from The Electric Bike Company, Newport Beach. My wife had biked a bit in her youth, and I have been an avid motorcyclist for some years, but at 50 I've decided to downsize the horsepower just a bit.

In getting the bikes, we decided we were investing just as much into a lifestyle as we are a vehicle. Rather than just get one as I'd been looking to do for some time, we both got bikes and garaged the car except when needed for groceries, longer trips, etc. We both commute to work on the bikes, and use them for general around town needs. I am more likely to approach the bike as an "enthusiast" and see what I can stretch from it, whereas Buffy tends to be a more of a throttle action thrill seeker. We've had the bikes about 4 months, and I've put on just under 2400 miles while Buffy has a good 1400 under her belt.

Both bikes have the extended battery, I've decked mine out with some snazzy mirrors, custom "luggage" and had a 7 speed shifter installed.

We've taken the bikes with us on a few trips, we live near the coast so we can always hit the beach, and we brought them along to watch the eclipse in Oregon earlier this year.

We are looking to meet others to discuss trips, accessories, and how others have incorporated eBiking into their general day to day lives. I look forward to exploring the site and sharing what we learn.

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Denis Shelston
3 weeks ago

Looks like the real big issue is power. 'cause in every other aspect, well except for the water bottle, it's fantastic for the price.

You're lucky, as you have something else to compare it to. Most of us don't.

I also doubt that mine is '750W' enabled. Even though Benoit told me it was, the box was still sealed from the factory when I got it.... I spend many months in the US each year, hence the reason I wanted to have it US spec'd.

I am getting a Watt Power Meter soon, will install it to see exactly how much wattage I am getting.

Truth be told though, I find it fast enough, but then again I remember when I thought my Super Fast 2400 baud modem was fast o_O

Ravi Kempaiah
1 month ago

I have ridden 7300 miles on my Trek XM 700 purchased Nov 1 2016 and 2400 on my Trek Super Commuter purchased July 7 2017.
All recreational and loving every minute!

You stand true to your handle name. That's an impressive number. When I retire, I would like to ride as much.

Luv2ride
1 month ago

I have ridden 7300 miles on my Trek XM 700 purchased Nov 1 2016 and 2400 on my Trek Super Commuter purchased July 7 2017.
All recreational and loving every minute!

john peck
2 months ago

It's pricy, if you get the hyper-extended range battery pack & coming on the market next month, but
Juiced Bike's Hyperfat fat bike has boocoo power to get you anywhere. At 1000 watts it may have
a bit more power than is exactly legal, but having once weighed #350, the extra watts are a plus.
it's solid, but may be faster than you're comfortable with. It's a beast! I just bought Juiced's CCS,
I've waited for years for an electric bike with this kind of range & features. I've looked a lot of
$5k bikes that don't get close. $2400 with the long range battery pack, $1700 standard. Not
cheap, but not outrageous. Image shown is the CCS, 650 watts totally street legal in U.S. 100 mi +.
Their U500 might also suit your needs.

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Denis Shelston
2 months ago

2 of my local bike shops are pushing ebikes that start at $2400 - $5000 no different from the Teo or Rad. I have 1 Major issue that needs to be resolved the others I can work out. Power. I dont think I am getting 750 watts. the wife's Rad and a guy had a M5S bike both climb hills easier than me. wife cant even peddle mine up the same hill

Not sure how one can check that... Good question I sure would like to know how many Watts it's pushing. I think the Radrover has a watt meter, so you can see. I wish I had one. I've been looking at installing a Cycle Analyst but am unsure how to wire it on a Téo.

Dan Edwards
2 months ago

2 of my local bike shops are pushing ebikes that start at $2400 - $5000 no different from the Teo or Rad. I have 1 Major issue that needs to be resolved the others I can work out. Power. I dont think I am getting 750 watts. the wife's Rad and a guy had a M5S bike both climb hills easier than me. wife cant even peddle mine up the same hill

Saratoga Dave
3 months ago

I've been on both sides of the fence here, first ebike was a hub drive with a throttle. I only used it to get going across intersections or starting on a hill, and was afraid I would miss it a lot. I did, in fact, for a little while, once buying a new bike with the Bosch system. However, I got over it quick once I figured out that all you have to do in those circumstances is punch it up to Tour or even Sport for the first second or two when taking off up that hill... it takes off within a quarter of a pedal stroke. My view is that the Bosch system is so much more responsive and natural feeling I would not go back. YOUR MILEAGE MAY VARY, this is subjective as hell, but it appears to be the big rationale for mid drives along with the ease of fixing the dreaded rear tire flat.

Joe makes a valid point above about getting pooped out and going more to the throttle, and I've been there once or twice as well, but again, for me, on balance there's no comparison. Based on 2400 miles between the two bikes since last September.

christoph
4 months ago

hello , help me with my choice please .
2 weeks ago , my haibike xduro trekking S PRO highspeed ( 2016) was stolen
now i can buy the same bike new for 2700 euro in Germany and the haibike xduro trekking RX (2016) for 2400 euro .
But i can also buy a used riese muller delite nuvinci (25 km speed) ,model 2016 with 1000 km for 2750 euro .
This bike looks as good as new and i can use a dongle on this bike .

thanks in advance

Douglas Ruby
4 months ago

buzzapage...

7000 km is awesome. I am at about 2500 km. Still love riding. Around 2400 km on my Michelin Energy tires and 2000 km on the Kool Stop pads. I did replace the rears. I had gouged them replacing the rear wheel a couple of times. I decided that it is better to pull the pads when pulling the wheel. Makes putting the rear wheel back in a lot easier. I find I don't have to loosen and realign the caliper either that way.

Doug

Mike's E-Bikes
5 months ago

Bill, this is some odd choice to compare. Other than step-through frame, Evelo Luna and Blix appear to be very different bikes.
250W for hilly terrain will be a pain. Especially when US bylaws allow +500W.

I tend to agree with Mike - other than NuVinci transmission, there isn't much to justify $2,500 price for Evelo in basic configuration. You can get similar assemblies for under $1,500 if you're OK without NuVinci :).
Check Upzy online store: https://www.upzy.com/collections/rigid-frame-electric-bikes/1000-2000+x-treme-scooters
The other problems with these Evelo Aurora's include really weak kickstands, that break into two, or twist and collide with your foot, or bend in the middle, so the bike easily falls over (problem with top heavy battery over wheel design), and the battery casings are very prone to leak, so whatever you do, avoid all water and rain on any Evelo. The casing is really flimsy, and have had one crack, and if you ever have to take apart the battery housing you can forget about being able to get it back together again, since the very cheap clips, that hold the screws, will bend and mis-align, rendering the case useless. Also the battery cord on the back of the battery, that removes when you need to lift out the battery does not stay in very tight, and if you just barely hit it when lifting your leg to get on the bike it just falls right out. Also will fall out if riding on rough trails, so be prepared to duct tape it to stay on. Soooo attractive to use duct tape to hold the battery cord into the battery. Who uses a cord like that anyway ?? To boot, they want an absurd $550 for just this plastic casing with batteries slapped inside, for just 36V10AH, and then freaking $1200 for a 48 V, 14.5 AH battery. By comparison, you can get a much better quality metal casing, and 17 AH Panasonic battery from Blix for ONLY $660. Its sort of sad to see how many poorly designed parts are on this brand of ebike. I mean its stuff you might expect to see on a $999 ebike. Not on a $3400 ebike like the Evelo costs. or $2400 for a luna. Also, when it was caught in a rain storm on a return trip, in the back of a truck, less than a day later every single allen screw, showed immediate rust in the head, and rust around many other bolts. So clearly no stainless steel or chromed parts here, or even the most modest amount of rust protection. Again very low quality chinese parts on this brand of e-bikes. Bike Parts should not rust that quickly after only once getting wet. Maybe on a walmart big box Huffy brand bike you pay $200 for, but not a $2500 to $3500 ebike. Come on man. Something is very wrong here.

Douglas Ruby
5 months ago

Those are nice figures but those information are extrapolated via the bike's computer algorithm.

How about real world range from fully charged to full discharge or 1 flashing bar? How many miles does your bike goes with combined usage (both high and low PAS)?

Mark,

Based on your terminology, I assume you ride a bike with a Bafang mid-drive. The Specialized Turbo doesn't use charging bars or PAS levels like some others so your terminology is not completely applicable.

It is a torque sensing, DD hub, pedal assist that is very smooth unlike the granular cadence sensing assist that some bikes use. It reports battery levels in actual percent left that is quite accurate. It has either TURBO mode (100% assist) or ECO levels of assist. The ECO levels can be set to anywhere from 10% to 70% of full assist in 10% increments. I typically use ECO30%, ECO40%, ECO50%, or occasionally ECO70%. The real world range of the bike is very linear with respect to the ECO level. If I can go 40 miles at TURBO, then I can probably push 80 miles at ECO50%.

I have put almost 1500 miles (2400 km) on my Specialized Turbo over the last year and a half and am very comfortable with my range estimates. I can assure you that while there is some extrapolation above, the real world range I have gotten from this bike is very consistent with what I discussed. I am very comfortable planning a 50-70 mile ride now with mixed usage at ECO50% with occasional full TURBO for steeper or longer climbs. I would average 16-18 mph on that kind of ride. I have taken rides of up to 36-38 miles at full TURBO averaging near 20 mph with 15-20% reserve and gone well over 50 miles in a mixed ECO50%/TURBO settings. My body generally doesn't like to go too much over 50 miles on rides with significant climbing involved. After all, I am 66 years old and a recovered heart attack patient!

Doug

Nick S
7 months ago

Don, I have a similar use case to you, with around a 15 mile paved road round-trip commute, and weekend rides around the neighborhood, in very hilly and drizzly Seattle, Washington. After a lot of research, I settled on the 2016 Sduro Trekking RC, like Joe Remi, because the bike is a better fit for my primary use cases. I was able to find it on closeout for under $2400 delivered. It comes with fenders, road appropriate tires, permanently mounted lights, and has a rear rack that should help with any light transport needs I have as well as allowing me to get my daypack off my back in the warmer summer months. The suspension fork should help to deal with the terrible roads around Seattle, and I added a BodyFloat to help provide even more comfort. The only other upgrade so far was a pair of Ergon ergonomic grips. Unfortunately, I can't give you my opinion on how well it all works yet because the bike is due to be delivered tomorrow! This weekend should hopefully give me time to get it assembled and tuned up, and I can stop back in to the forum next week to provide an update.

Ric James
1 month ago

How did you like having the cable between your legs? Why not run it at the back with a coiled cable.

Mon S
5 months ago

thats a supped up cyclone kit, cyclone kit got the exact throttle and motor. $3k is a steep price.

Fat Fat
1 year ago

That's extremely expensive.

eksine
1 year ago

The host is an ass, he keep misquoting the specs and the inventor is right there, why not let him talk instead. instead he just likes to hear the sound of his own voice and looks like an ass

Racewar
2 years ago

Auto Door operator motors

Racewar
2 years ago

If I don’t see sign that say’s I can’t I will.

nigel dunn
2 years ago

That's one way to trash a decent bike, why would you do that, I don't get it:-/

ytesb1
2 years ago

I'm afraid that noisy powerful ebikes like this one are going to get all ebikes banned from trails.

GustSergeant
2 years ago

+ytesb1 This about the noisiest I've heard. The Bafang BBSHD (comparable mid-drive, 1000w) is whisper quiet compared to this, and is perfectly adequate for these kinds of things.

Racewar
2 years ago

+ytesb1 What trails are you taking about??

FRANK ROBY
2 years ago

terrible idea.

nerdexproject
2 years ago

You forgot to mention the power output of the motor. Was trying to look it up on your website but couldn't find the model there... Is it above 750w? And does it come with pedal assist or is it throttle only?

eksine
1 year ago

MAKE:
Kranked
MODEL:
EGO 2400
PRICE:
$ 3998.00 ($4998 for the EGO 3400)
SUGGESTED USE:
Downhill, Mountain
ELECTRIC BIKE CLASS:
Moped or Motorcycle (Class 4)
Learn more about Ebike classes
WARRANTY:
2 Year Comprehensive
AVAILABILITY:
Worldwide
MODEL YEAR:
2015
Electronic Details
MOTOR TYPE:
Mid-Mounted Gearless Motor
Learn more about Ebike motors
MOTOR NOMINAL OUTPUT:
1200 watts
MOTOR PEAK OUTPUT:
2400 watts
MOTOR BRAND:
EGO
MOTOR TORQUE:
75 Newton meters
BATTERY VOLTAGE:
43 volts (Optional 51 Volt)
BATTERY AMP HOURS:
12.5 ah (Optional 17.5 Amp Hour)
BATTERY WATT HOURS:
537.5 wh (Optional 892.5 Watt Hours)
BATTERY CHEMISTRY:
Lithium Manganese
CHARGE TIME:
1.5 hours
ESTIMATED MIN RANGE:
25 miles ( 40 km )
ESTIMATED MAX RANGE:
30 miles ( 48 km )
DISPLAY TYPE:
LED Console
READOUTS:
Battery Capacity
DISPLAY ACCESSORIES:
EGO Motor, Controller and Twist Throttle, Custom Kranked Bottom Bracket, EVOC Rucksack Backpack for Battery Storage
DRIVE MODE:
Twist Throttle
TOP SPEED:
44 mph ( 71 kph ) (Speed Varies by Gear)
Bicycle Details
BATTERY WEIGHT:
11.24 lbs ( 5.09 kg )
MOTOR WEIGHT:
12 lbs ( 5.44 kg ) (7 lbs Canister Motor Only, Gears and Mounting Plates Add ~5 lbs)
CRANKS:
EGO Aluminum Alloy
PEDALS:
Optional EGO Platform Pedals
ACCESSORIES:
EGO Motor, Controller and Twist Throttle, Custom Kranked Bottom Bracket, EVOC Rucksack Backpack for Battery Storage
OTHER:
Designed to Fit the Santa Cruz Heckler Bicycle, Cylinder Motor Driven Planetary Gear with 9 to 1 Reduction Ratio for Increased Torque, Battery Size: 10.5 cm x 14.7 cm

EgoKits
2 years ago

+nerdexproject
Hi.. thanks for asking! it has got 2400 watt power :-)
Throttle controlled :-)
Ready for tricks and action!

ski usa
2 years ago

Please do more mountain bike reviews find the really interesting and helpful

Restraining Dylan
2 years ago

$3299 just for the kit ,battery in back pack(couldnt be good for your back) and cable hanging out the back .think ill pass .

Racewar
2 years ago

+ElectricBikeReview.com amazing ride,way to much fun,everyone should have one in their quiv

ElectricBikeReview.com
2 years ago

+Blake Garvey It's a unique setup... Very powerful and thrilling but also loud and a bit uncomfortable with larger batteries. We rode with a smaller pack and it felt fine but I really wasn't on for very long.