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First and foremost, the AWD bike has two motors; a 250w front geared motor, and a 350w rear geared motor. This combination of motors still qualifies under the legal definition in many states as an electric bicycle, as it doesn’t exceed a total of 750w of power. This system is operated by a single battery; a 48v 10Ah downtube mounted battery that locks into position on the bike, likewise a single controller, and a single set of controls on the front of the bike. Operating the electric system is surprisingly easy: the red rocker switch on the right side of the handlebars designates which motors to operate. The throttle and pedal assist function normally, and drive the wheels depending on the position of the rocker switch.With the switch in the middle both motors are available. In the right or left positions, the front or rear motors are available
A hub motor in the front wheel can crank out a continuous 250W watts of power with the ability to ratchet things up to over 350 peak watts of power for hill climbs and quicker acceleration. This motor has 45 Newton meters of torque.
Our removable battery system offers unmatched convenience for re-charging. With the twist of a key, your battery can be brought inside and set to charge. We offer a variety of battery capacity options, each providing a different amount of range.
A hub motor in the rear wheel can crank out a continuous 350W watts of power with the ability to ratchet things up to over 500 peak watts of power for hill climbs and quicker acceleration. This motor has 60 Newton meters of torque.
When you turn the switch to the left, the front motor starts. Turn to the right to start the rear motor. When it is in the middle, the monster dual motors FAT-AWD start!
These fenders will keep you and your bike clean. Need to carry some gear? Strap on the rear rack and make your way!
With waterproof connectors, display the battery bar/ riding speed /riding mileage/motor output power, etc. Push mode: Use it when you need to push the bike uphill.
Light the path with the front light powered by the bike's battery. It can be turned on/off on the handlebar control pad. The headlight is bright enough to make night driving much safer and more enjoyable.
The EUNORAU design chain wheel cover on the FAT-AWD, which not only helps protect the chainring teeth from strikes, but it also helps keep the chain locked into place.
The Shimano 7 speed freewheel means you can shift to a larger cog for uphill riding and downshift to a smaller cog for high speed riding. In combination with the pedal-assist system, you can adjust the most suitable speed to complete your journey.