Off-road ebikes are designed for riding on a variety of All-terrain eBike and trails such as dirt roads, gravel paths, or backcountry adventures. These ebikes typically come with fatter tires, front suspension forks, hydraulic brakes, and heavier payload capacities. They differ from electric mountain bikes which are usually built with full-suspension frames to handle more technically difficult trail-riding, extreme descending, or even aerial maneuvers over dirt features.

By design, electric bikes come with chargeable batteries, motors, and controllers to provide pedal assistance for various levels of support. Our models come with batteries offering up to 45+ miles per charge depending on your use of power and route topography.

There are three classes of ebikes in North America which are based on maximum speed available with motor power through pedal assist or a throttle. only produces Class 2 electric bikes with a maximum motor power of up to 20 mph through pedal assist or a throttle. We break down the classes of ebikes, legal guidelines, and why chooses to design within the Class 2 classification in our What Is a Class 2 Ebike? We Explain Ebike Class Differences blog. Our off-road models are typically engineered with gears allowing you to shift your pedaling cadence across different terrains or elevations.