Nov, 2020 - By WMR
A four-hour charge offers a max range of 74 miles with a 1,920-mAh battery pack or 174 miles with a 2,760-mAh battery pack.
Delfast, a Ukrainian electric bike manufacturer has launched the all-new Cross Dirt electric bike with high-class specs. The company is also developing an all-terrain electric fat bike named the Fusion. Delfast is also planning to launch the electric three-wheeler in the coming future. Moreover, the company also plans to launch the new variants of their long-range and high power electric bikes known as Partner 2.0 and Prime 2.0. According to Delfast, the new Cross Dirt e-bike is a more durable and reliable Delfast electric bike than its predecessor.
The company offers a lifetime warranty for all the new and updated Delfast models. The new Cross Dirt e-bike requires less assistance and technical maintenance. The Cross Dirt also includes both low and high beam to make it smoother and safer for the night ride. Delfast aims to develop a high quality, efficient, comfortable, and affordable electric bikes. The Cross Dirt is equipped with a 3,000-watt rear hub motor that delivers a top speed of 50 miles per hour (80 km per hour). Moreover, it can be set to lower speed modes while riding on city streets.
Consumers can now choose between 2,760-mAh and 1,920-mAh lithium batteries, depending on how long they plan to race on the charge. The battery choice also affects the weight of the electric bike, the Cross Dirt weighs 121 lb. (55 kg) with the smaller battery pack and 158 lb. (62 kg) with the larger battery pack. The company has started accepting pre-orders for the Cross Dirt e-bike. Customers can order Cross Dirt with full payment of around US$ 4,349 (with the smaller battery pack), if they place an order this month (August 2020). Later, the price of the Cross Dirt will be US$ 5,525. The Cross Dirt with the larger battery pack costs US$ 399 more than the smaller one.