UNI MOKE CLASSIC

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UNI MOKE

The UNI Moke is the ultimate all-purpose urban electric fat wheel bike! Turn heads on your next ride doing errands or taking your kids on an epic adventure while bringingthem to school! Experience the 48V Samsung long-range lithium-ion battery and feature-rich accessories, and you’ll never look at your commute the same way again!


The robust Chromoly steel frame, super comfortable long seat, plus the fat 20 x 4.0-inch tires make the UNI Moke electric bike perfect for biking with kids or as the electric bicycle of choice for heavy and tall riders!
Each component of the UNI Moke fatwheel electric bike was hand selected by our team of experienced e-bike enthusiasts who understand the expectations and real life applications ebikers are looking for – because we’re e-bike fanatics! We’re proud to ride this fully featured fat wheel electric bike with its unique vintage moped design and powerful hub engines for fun, family and work!

URBAN DRIVESTYLE

BASIC FEATURES

Features
Electric Pedal Assist Cycle (EPAC)
Speed: 25 km/h (20 mph in the US)
Max. speed digitally restricted, unlimited power available on request (for private properties only - we do not assume any responsibility for abuse!)
Range: 50-60 km (31-37 miles) in ideal conditions (rider weight, terrain, incline, medium PAS level, ...)
Brakes: Tektro HD-E350 hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm front and 160mm rear disc rotors
Gearing: Shimano SL-M310 7-speed + Shimano TX50 Derailleur
Tires: Kenda K-1188 20'' x 4.0'' All-terrain tires
Pedals: Foldable pedal set (aluminum alloy)
Kickstand: Heavy-duty Kickstand (aluminum cast)
Colors: Black, White, Red (pictures may differ from reality)
ELECTRONIC COMPONENT
Motor: Bafang G06 250W / 500W high-torque rear brushless hub motor
Battery: Silverfish 48V 14.5 Ah lithium-ion battery with Samsung cells, made in Germany
Battery recharge time: 3-4 hours
LCD Display: Speed controls, pedal assist level, mileage, running-time & more
Throttle: Thumb throttle (optional)
PAS Sensor: Bottom bracket double torque sensor
9 Levels of pedal assist
FRAME
Material: Chromoly steel
Welded underbody splash guard
Unique frame number laser cut into the side of the battery frame housing to identify each bike!
Hardware: Stainless steel bolts & nuts
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Length (total length): 171,4cm
Width (handlebar): 69,2cm
Height (seat height): 83,9cm
Wheelbase (distance between axles): 112cm
Weight: 33kg
Packaging: 35kg (170 x 35 x 120 cm)
Weight capacity: 135kg (300lbs)
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