1. What is an e-fatbike? An e-fatbike, or electric fatbike, is a type of bicycle that combines the features of a fatbike with an electric motor and battery system. These bikes are equipped with wider tires and provide pedal-assist or full electric power, making it easier to navigate various terrains and enjoy longer rides.

  2. How far can I ride on a single battery charge? The range of an e-fatbike depends on several factors, including the battery capacity, level of pedal-assist, terrain, rider weight, and riding conditions. On average, e-fatbikes can offer a range of 50 to 100 kilometers (30 to 60 miles) per full battery charge. It's important to consider these factors and plan your rides accordingly.

  3. Can I ride an e-fatbike without using electric assistance? Absolutely! E-fatbikes are designed to provide the option of pedal-assist or full electric power, but you can also ride them without using the electric assistance. Simply turn off the motor or adjust the pedal-assist level to enjoy a traditional, non-electric biking experience.

  4. Are e-fatbikes legal to ride on public roads and trails? The regulations regarding the use of e-fatbikes vary from country to country and even within different regions or municipalities. In general, e-fatbikes are allowed on most public roads and trails that permit bicycles. However, it's important to familiarize yourself with the local laws and regulations in your area to ensure compliance.

  5. Do e-fatbikes require special maintenance? E-fatbikes require similar maintenance to traditional bicycles. Regular maintenance includes cleaning, lubricating the chain, checking tire pressure, and inspecting brakes and gears. It's also important to keep the battery charged and follow the manufacturer's guidelines for specific maintenance requirements.

  6. How fast can an e-fatbike go? The maximum speed of an e-fatbike is typically limited to a certain level, such as 25 km/h (15.5 mph) (most of our Fatbikes can go up to 50km/h with certain settings), in compliance with local e-bike regulations. The actual speed can vary depending on the motor power, pedal-assist level, and terrain conditions.

  7. Can I take an e-fatbike off-road? Absolutely! E-fatbikes are designed to handle off-road conditions, thanks to their wider tires and electric assistance. They provide excellent traction and stability on various terrains, including snow, sand, mud, and rough trails, allowing you to explore and enjoy nature in new and exciting ways.