A new full-suspension e-bike with fat tires promises high performance at a relatively low price. The newly released model is known as KKBike K26 S.
Despite its awkward three-K name, the K26 S has some pretty interesting specs.
First, the bike advertises full suspension with adjustable front forks and rear shock.
The car weighs 33kg, but I think the combination of thick tires and full suspension frame makes the ride quite comfortable. Next, the KKBike K26 S seems to have enough power to move that weight. The rear wheels are equipped with Bafang motors with a continuous output of 750 watts. With a claimed peak power of 1,200 watts and 85 Nm of torque, this motor should be strong enough for a big bike.
And it’s better if KKBike tells you that the top speed of the bike is 50 km/h. It takes a lot of force to get such a heavy bike up to these speeds, but the KKBike K26 appears to be designed to be unlocked and removed with the included key. The battery consists of LG cells and has a capacity of 840 Wh, which is slightly above the average of today’s e-bikes, which are often equipped with a capacity of 600-700 Wh.
KKBike says the battery will last for a range of 40 to 70 miles (64 to 112 km). This is probably a bit on the optimistic end of the spectrum unless you pedal pretty hard yourself. Using the included throttle can drain the battery significantly faster, especially at higher bike speeds. There is a nature.
Other standard components on the bike include a Shimano 8-speed transmission, LED lights, a color LCD display, an in-display USB port for charging the rider’s phone, and hydraulic disc brakes. The company also offers a line of plastic fenders, but they often look more fragile than they’re worth.
Priced at $1,999, the KKBike K26 S is considerably cheaper than many other fat-tire full-suspension e-bikes we’ve seen. In fact, the price is on par with some of the hardtail fat tire e-bikes we’ve covered
The market for full-suspension fat-tire bikes has been growing lately, and more and more riders are looking for the added comfort of two-wheel suspension and high-volume tires like his KKBike K26 S. This is often noticed by riders who don’t have to lift it to vehicles or stairs because it is so heavy.The extra weight is offset by the increased power of the e-bike. It is very easy to operate a big bike with the support of.
Aostirmotor’s S18 full-suspension fat-tire e-bike may not fold, but I thought it was an interesting design that took a novel approach by placing the battery in the empty triangular space of the front frame. We saw some interesting additions to the space, such as the Wallke X2 Pro, which added a folding mechanism to its full-suspension fat-tire e-bike frame. This bagger is tuned to deliver a whopping 15,000 watts of power with a peak output of 18,000 watts. What does this mean for future owners and avid off-roaders? That means a top speed of 140 km/h.