Have You Seen The New Bezior XF200?
Bezior’s XF200 is an electric folding bike with fat tires, a powerful 1000W motor, a 720Wh battery, and 20×4″ wheels and tires. The frame is made of 6061 aluminum alloy, and can handle up to 450 lbs. There’s a suspension fork and rear shock to calm the bumps, though the volume of the tires alone can take out many shocks and vibrations from the road. As with all fat bikes, grip and ride quality depends on the amount of air in the tires. Higher pressure is perfect for on-road riding, lowering it makes it grip better in sandy or snowy conditions.
It’s a Class 2 e-bike, offering both pedal assist and throttle power. It’s driven by a powerful, 1000W brushless rear hub motor. It features hydraulic disc brakes, and a Shimano 7-speed drivetrain. They claim you can go up to 30 miles using the throttle alone, or up to 80 miles with pedal-assist. There are five levels of assistance.
There’s a smart LCD on the handlebar to show you speed, battery level and assist level at-a-glance, and it has an IP rating of IP65. The folding design allows the bike to easily fit in a car trunk, elevator or closet when not in use.
There’s even a video to watch on it, though it isn’t in English:
Frame: 6061 aluminum
Fork: oil-sprung suspension fork
Motor: 1000W 48V
Top Speed: 25 mph
Range: 30-80 miles (claimed)
Rear derailleur: Shimano TZ20
Brakes: Dyisland Hydraulic disc
Saddle: Quality Sports
Tires: Chaoyang, 20×4.0″
Weight: 59.4 lbs
Color Choice: Black/red, black/yellow, black/grey, black/blue
Sizes: One size
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