A Bike with thick wheels

A bike with thick wheels is widely known as a “fat bike.” These bicycles are only gaining popularity in our country, they are valued for excellent cross-country ability, causing a cool impression,and the ability to use at any time of the year. Cycling critics attribute fatbikes to flaws, such as increased weight compared to road and mountain counterparts and a relatively small rollback. These shortcomings are practically invisible to amateur cyclists and completely disappear when equipping a fat bike with an electric motor. The extra weight allows the bike to better “cling” to the road, to confidently adhere to a given trajectory on any road surface and, along with a powerful electric motor, does not affect speed characteristics. Wide, four-inch low-pressure wheels help to overcome off-road – to move on dirt, sand, gravel, ice and deep snow, and a capacious battery can provide movement without the help of pedals over long distances. If you want or need, you can always use the pedals like a regular bike and get to your destination.

The feeling of riding on an electric bike is unusual, not cycling at all, there is confidence that you are subject to any obstacles and you are ready to challenge any traffic situation. A quiet and at the same time powerful electric motor confidently sprints the fat bike from its place and in a matter of seconds gains an unattainable speed for the bicycle at 45 km / h. It is equally good for driving around the city and in the countryside, along asphalt and rough terrain, both for quiet walks and for adventurous rides, and at any time of the year. A girl or teenager can easily cope with it. You do not have to worry about traffic jams, pits, potholes, fuel costs, CO2 emissions, an increase in the cost of motor third-party liability insurance and vehicle tax, but simply enjoy driving on an electric bike and the goggles of passers-by. Work, rest, fishing, cottage – you will get anywhere! For lovers of fast and dynamic driving, including off-road. These are generally real two-wheeled all-terrain tanks!

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