Biktrix Spotlight: The Biktrix Juggernaut ULTRA FS Electric Fatbike

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Biktrix Juggernaut Ultra FS Electric Fatbike.

Are you serious about biking?  Have you ever wanted to own an electric bicycle that could last you for years, top of the line, with all the bells and whistles?  Have you ever wanted the bicycle equivalent of a sports car in terms of power and handling, an off-road monstrosity in terms of sport-utility ruggedness? 

This is the e-bike for you.  Biktrix's top-of-the-line beast.  Oh, my, God.

This e-bike is rated at 1000W, operating at 1500W at peak from a battery as large as 48V20Ah. (Several smaller ones fit this model, like the 48V 11.6Ah, or the 48V 17Ah, but those will not give you upwards of 80 miles per batery charge!) It creates 120Nm of torque, when it only weighs 65lbs fully loaded. That means you accelerate very quickly, and hit the the 35mph (56kph) top speed in NO TIME.  This bike can be made road-legal, hitting a top speed of 20mph, (32 kph), but come on - that would be robbing it of its essence, no?

Choose your battery size, your tire size, your suspension set-up! We make sure this e-bike fits YOU. 

This electric fatbike is all about being able to take on the roughest of conditions and the longest of commutes with the most elegance, power, and handling possible in today's market. Our Wren Inverted Suspension on top of the fatbike tires and the Velo saddle make your ride as luxurious as we can possibly make it.  It may be real, but it rides like a dream. 

When in doubt, go ULTRA on Biktrix's top-of-the-line Juggernaut model.

Click HERE if you want to get into further specifications regarding this fine e-bike. But we recommend something to wipe the drool from your mouth before you click the BUY button.

 

Also on Biktrix Spotlight:

The Biktrix City Cruiser E-Bike

The Biktrix Stunner Cruiser E-Bike

The Biktrix Kutty LT Folding E-Bike

The Biktrix Juggernaut Classic Electric Fatbike

The Biktrix Thunder Recumbent E-Trike


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