The Stylish Electric Cargo Bike is a fat bike specially designed for urban delivery equipped with a powerful 1000w electric motor, front and rear rack, LED lights.
Stylish Electric Cargo Bike Technical Specifications
Handle bar: adjustable in aluminum
Shifter: 7-speed Shimano
Brakes: front and rear disc brakes
Max load: 160 Kg
Tires: 26″ x 4 fat tire
170 – 190 cm ( 5.5” – 6.2″ )
Electric Cargo Bike Power Unit
Motor: Bafang brushless geared hub motor
Power: 1000 W (250 W for European market on request)
Max speed: 50 Km/h – 31 miles per hour (25 Km/h electronically limited for EU on request)
Range: 80 km
Battery: 48V – 15Ah Li-ion removable battery pack (17Ah optional)
Controller: intelligent 5 level pedal assist
Charging Time: 3 hours
Charger: 100/240 V – AC 50/60 Hz
Why Buy Stylish Electric Cargo Bike for Urban Delivery
The first bike with fat tires appeared in 1980 for desert trips, and after a decade they were used on snow. Fat Tire electric bikes are real bikes for extreme off-road use thanks to the oversized tires that offer great grip and traction on terrains where traditional tires don’t seem to work: sand, snow, wet stones. Fat tires can be inflated to very low pressure to have a large contact patch with the ground. That’s why a fat electric bike will leave a good impression even when the terrain isn’t good. A bicycle with oversized tires will not slip on cobblestones and will not sink into mud or snow. In addition to off-roading, fat electric bikes can be enjoyed as commercial vehicles.
The mudguards (optional) and LED lights allow you to use the bicycle to work in raining days.
The battery can be charged with a classic 110 – 220 volt electrical outlet or with the solar charger for electric bikes.
Easy Assembly: The stylish electric cargo bike comes fully assembled and packed in a recyclable cardboard box, making it easy for any customer to put on the road in 30 minutes.
Please write us the motor power you like for your stylish electric cargo bike, 1000 watt or 250 watt (Mind that in some countries including Europe, it is forbidden riding electric bikes powered by 1000 W motors on public roads).