MOKWHEEL Basalt 750 w Step Over Ebike 26x4 Fat Tire Fat Tire Electric Beach Cruiser eBike
MOKWHEEL Basalt 750 w Step Over Ebike 26x4 Fat Tire Fat Tire Electric Beach Cruiser eBike
MOKWHEEL Basalt 750 w Step Over Ebike 26x4 Fat Tire Fat Tire Electric Beach Cruiser eBike
MOKWHEEL Basalt 750 w Step Over Ebike 26x4 Fat Tire Fat Tire Electric Beach Cruiser eBike
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MOKWHEEL Basalt 750 w Step Over Ebike 26x4 Fat Tire Fat Tire Electric Beach Cruiser eBike

$1,699.00 $2,199.00
DESCRIPTION

The MOKWHEEL Basalt Step Over eBike is a Fat Tire electric bike with a powerful 750 w motor and a long distance 48v 20 ah battery. With 26 inch Fat Tires, 7 Speed's and Hydraulic brakes this Fat Tire Electric Beach Cruiser eBike ebike is a Class 3, with a top speed up to 25 - 28 mph. An optimal distance of 50 - 60 miles and charge time of 4 - 6 hrs. This MOKWHEEL Basalt Step Over electric bike is 80lbs with a maximum cargo weight of 400lbs. The MOKWHEEL Basalt comes in the following colors: Grey,Blue,Camo.

Meet the Mokwheel Basalt, the world's first all-terrain electric bike with integrated power station technology that allows you to charge your devices whenever you want.

Component Details
Battery Samsung 48V 19.6Ah
Charger 54.6V 3.0A
Speed Class Up to 28 mph on Level 5 PAS
Weight 80 lbs
Range 60-80 miles
Motor 48V 750W Brushless Rear Hub Motor
Payload Capacity 400 lbs
Tires 26x4.0" Puncture Resistant Fat Tire
Display LED Integrated
Brakes TEKTRO HD-E350 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Chain KMC Stainless Chain
Crank Set 44T Aluminum Alloy Crankset
Derailleur 7 Speed Shimano Rear Derailleur
Front Fork 110mm Adjustable Suspension
Frame 6061 Aluminum Alloy with Internal Battery
Gearing Shimano 7-Speed
Throttle Thumb Throttle
Handlebar Aluminum Alloy 31.8mm, 720mm
Kickstand 6061 Aluminum Kickstand
Rims Aluminum Alloy
Saddle Customized Comfort Leather Seat
Sensor Torque Sensors
Spokes Front 45#x12Gx248mm and Rear 45#×12G×219mm

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