Bikers these days are more going for electric version of dirt bikes. Two things that the bikers look for in an electric bike is durability and power and they are fulfilled by the new Kuberg Freerider in a 79-lb 36 KG package that has a double cradle. The bike has a powder-coated steel tube frame with a 48 V motor generating 8 KW which can take to bike to 34 mph.
The figures about the bike might not be much impressive compared to the Zero S but is a reasonable figure if the rider is an amateur or is an expert looking for a less expensive alternative. The new Freerider has a 22 Ah lithium power battery and the company claimed that it can last up to one hour full speed with a 165 ib rider on the bike.
The bike takes a recharge time of two and a half hours from a 110V or a 220 V outlet or a generator. The good part is that the company is giving a quick charger as an optional accessory. The Freerider has a hardened 203 mm brake disks with sintered brake pads on the front and the rear to reduce the heat that regular disks generate.
The company is also offering a separate dongle for the bike which can be bought separately.
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