Kuberg Freerider Electric Bike

Dec 17, 2015

Category: Rides

The Kuberg Freerider Electric Bike takes a more aggressive design than the e-bikes that we’re used to, which aligns nicely with the fact that its also exceptionally powerful.

It aims to be nothing more than a fast and fun bike that’s perfect for thrill-seekers. It has a sleek design that’s highlighted by its Moto-X-like seat and flashes of yellow. It has a 22 AH battery pack that provides fast acceleration and up to an hour of riding at full speed, and is fully recharged in just 2.5 hours. The 48V motor pushes out 8kW of power to allow riders to hit a max speed of 34 mph. It also features advanced Kuberg electronics that bring massive power and a highly modular design, allowing riders to upgrade it with add-ons. In fact, it uses all state-of-the-art Kuberg components. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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