Created by the Vancouver based team at Surface 604, this bad boy is just as tough as it looks. Equipped with massive 4-inch fat tires and a 350-watt brushless motor, Elements electric fat bike will tear up any terrain you can throw at it. Powering the motor is a 36-volt lithium-ion battery, a battery that takes anywhere from 6 to 8 hours to fully charge, and provides up to 20 miles of electric pedal assist. The 2-wheeler is equipped with a Shimano seven-speed transmission, JAK disc brakes, and a whole lot more. While the bike is constructed from an ultra lightweight aluminum-alloy 6061, all of the gadgetry used to power the bicycle amounts to a 60-pound weight for the mountain bike. The Element Wide Grip comes in a handful of colors, including matte options.
The large footprint of the fat bike allows you to ride with unparalleled traction and float over all kinds of terrain.
Friday, March 21, 2014 3:08:36 AM
Manjiri, something like digital marketing? Awesome. This site just went from useless to spam. Now if you could just collect and sell my personal information, you'd make the list of sites no longer receiving Christmas cards from me. Dicks
Thursday, March 20, 2014 10:49:11 PM
I have a beach cruiser bike [that doesn't look much different than this bike] powered by a 42cc 4-stroke that gets close to 320 miles per gallon with a top speed of 50 mph in 7th gear and it only cost me $465 to build from a kit in one weekend.
I think I`ll stick with that for short trips around town or a little fun up in the hills.