Best Class 2 Electric Bikes For The Money In 2023. Class 2 ebike speed

How to Unlock Your Velotric Ebike’s Top Speed

Did you know that the Velotric Velotric Discover 1 and Velotric Nomad 1 have the capability to ride as technically Class 3 ebikes? While both of these bikes are shipped as Class 2 ebikes, you can unlock the speed limiter, increasing the max speed to 25mph (which is shy of the max Class 3 speed of 28mph, but still above the Class 2 limitation of 20mph).

We’ll show you how to unlock your Velotric ebike below. But first, let’s quickly break down the different classes of electric bikes.

What are ebike “Classes” and what do they mean?

Electric bikes come in three Classes: Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3. Sometimes, they’re referred to with Roman numerals as Class I, Class II and Class III, but these designations mean exactly the same thing.

The three classes of ebike are typically defined as follows:

Class 1 and Class 2 ebikes are the most widely used in the U.S. as they have the fewest restrictions surrounding who can ride them and where you can ride. You can usually ride these ebikes mostly anywhere you can ride a traditional, non-powered bike.

Class 3 ebikes are faster and more powerful, and with that comes some additional restrictions, including age and where you can ride. For instance, many states don’t allow Class 3 ebikes on bike paths.

Please note that each state differs in their legislation regarding ebikes. We highly recommend that you check your state’s specific policies here.

DISCLAIMER (IMPORTANT)

Customers who unlock their Velotric ebikes to Class 3 mode are responsible for checking that they use their ebikes in compliance with their local laws. Velotric cannot take responsibility for any legal liabilities associated with using the bike in Class 3 mode. Please check here.

Additionally, if you unlock your bike’s speed to a Class 3 ebike, it will void the warranty.

How to Unlock Your Velotric Ebike’s Top Speed

Follow the directions below to unlock the speed limiter and upgrade your ebike to‘Class 3 mode. If at any time you have questions or need help, please reach out to our customer service team at help@velotricbike.com. Please note to comply with the Class 3 definitions, you must unplug the throttle. We recommend pulling off the throttle from your handlebar entirely if you intend to use your Velotric ebike as a Class 3 ebike to avoid any legal complications.

Step 1: Pull Up the Speed Menu

While your bike is powered OFF, hold [Power] and [] together for 20 seconds. The display will then enter the speed menu, pictured below:

Step 2: Adjust the Top Speed

Click [] to increase the speed limit up to 40km/h, (~25 mph). You can also click [-] to decrease the top speed.

Afterward, hold the [Power] button to shut off the display. The new top speed will be saved.

Step 3: (IMPORTANT) Unplug the Thumb Throttle Cable

You MUST unplug the thumb throttle cable in order to comply with Class 3 ebike classifications. On both the Velotric Discover 1 and the Velotric Nomad 1, the thumb throttle cable’s connectors should be ORANGE. See below for a visual. We highly recommend wrapping this cable with a waterproof sleeve or tape to seal the connectors.

The Velotric Velotric Nomad 1’s throttle and its cable are on the LEFT side of the handlebar

The Velotric Velotric Discover 1’s throttle and its cable are on the RIGHT side of the handlebar

And you’re all set! Now you have a little bit more speed to play with. Stay safe and have fun!

Have any questions? Give us an email over at help@velotricbike.com and our customer service team will be happy to help.

Best Class 2 Electric Bikes For The Money In 2023

The advent of e-bikes has truly changed the cycling landscape. In 2023, any cyclist – no matter how tall or small, strong or tired – can climb any mountain in the world, and ride over 50 miles. Electric bikes have changed the game.

Electric bicycles are not motorcycles – they are electric-assist bicycles that help you put more power into the pedals at a given speed, help you climb hills easier than ever, and cut your commuting time in half.

E-bikes are for everyone, from beginner to expert-level riders, and are made for city bikes, road bikes, mountain bikes, and more.

You can hardly spot an e-bike just by looking at it, especially the smaller and comparatively mellower Class 1’s. What is a Class, I hear you ask? These are the three delineations of e-bikes, which may vary from state to state or country to country.

But in general, they are speed-governed limits to the electric assistance that an e-bike will give you. Here are the three e-bike classes, in more detail.

Short Introduction to Classes

Class 1 electric bikes are the tamest of the lot, with no throttles available, you will have pedal-assist instead. These electric motors will assist your pedaling up to 20mph, which is far from supersonic speed. Most governments consider Class 1 e-bikes a “normal bicycle”. You won’t be restricted from using certain trails or bike paths.

Electric mountain bikes fall into the Class 1 category, which means that they are pedal-assist e-bikes up to 20mph, and do not include a throttle.

Next, we have Class 2 e-bikes. These bikes can come with a throttle in addition to pedal-assist and are treated as scooters or mopeds under law.

Finally, there are Class 3 e-bikes. These are confusingly similar to Class 1 e-bikes in that they are only available with pedal-assist. The biggest difference between Class 1 and Class 3 e-bikes is that Class 3 e-bikes will have pedal-assist up to 28mph, which means you can go flying down the road or bike path at a relatively easy pace.

Under the rule of law, Class 3 e-bikes are treated in the same way as Class 1 e-bikes or the same as a “normal bicycle.”

Many commuter e-bikes fall under the Class 3 umbrella, as they allow for assistance at higher speeds compared to Class 1 e-bikes which are often mountain bikes.

In this article, we’re going to be looking at the best Class 2 Electric bikes, which are bikes with pedal-assist and or throttles, with assistance up to 20mph. Here are our favorite picks.

RadRover 6 Plus

The RadRover 6 Plus is one of the most popular e-bikes on the market, and for good reason. This model has so much to offer and at a reasonable price point too. With a range of up to 45 miles and a powerful 750W motor, the RadRover 6 Plus is arguably the best in class.

This model comes with giant 26” x 4” Kenda Juggernaut fat tires, but that doesn’t mean this bike is slow. The 672Wh Lithium NMC Battery will keep the RadRover 6 Plus going for hours, and you can recharge the entire thing in just six hours.

Even at less than 2,000, the RadRover offers front suspension with 60mm of travel, as well as upright geometry and rider-facing handlebars for the most comfortable ride. The overall design of this bike improves its climbing along with 7-speed gearing and reduces rider fatigue on long rides.

Lastly, the RadRover 6 Plus comes with hydraulic disc brakes for plenty of stopping power. Auto-on LED lights will keep you shining and bright during midnight adventures. For so many features and such a wide range of capabilities, there is hardly any bike more valuable.

Aventon Soltera

Aventon Soltera is made to be practical and can be used for anything from commuting to general rides out with the family. The bike sports relaxed geometry, this is the kind of bike you can spend hours riding without the need to stop.

Aventon has equipped the Soltera with a 350W motor. It has a maximum speed of 20mph and will give you a range of up to 41 miles. You have 5 different levels of assistance and the LCD display on the bike will tell you everything you need to know, from your speed, cadence, remaining power, and much more.

The Soltera comes with pedal assist and throttle, which classify it as a Class 2 e-bike.

Aventon Soltera is available as a single-speed or as a 7-speed option, so it comes down to preference.

At less than 1,500 this bike offers good value and it comes without any serious drawbacks. It comes with either mechanical disc brakes or caliper brakes, depending on which build you choose.

QuietKat Jeep

MSRP: from 5,499

The QuietKat Jeep is a full suspension pedal-assist e-bike with a range of 58 miles. The 750W or 1000W rear hub motor is simultaneously powerful and quiet, delivering plenty of watts to the SRAM 9-speed groupset with an excellent range.

Like many e-bikes, the QuietKat Jeep is a very high performing machine. It has a totally upright riding position that is easy on the back and shoulders, allowing you to keep control of the bike while also taking in the sights and sounds of nature.

With such a large power capacity, you may worry about getting the QuietKat Jeep up a hill. The 48V 14.5Ah Samsung lithium battery will leave plenty of life in the motor for hours. It also comes with a customizable display so you can keep track of all your battery and metrics.

Unlike many other e-bikes, it comes in three different sizes and has a load capacity of 300lb. The large rear tires make it incredibly capable off-road and it’s a lot of fun to ride.

RadCity 5 Plus

MSRP: 1,899.99

  • 750W rear hub direct drive motor
  • Weighs 65 lbs.
  • Comfortable and upright position

The RadCity 5 is stylish, modeled after European city bikes. Rad Power Bikes has designed to get you around the city quickly and comfortably. It is also designed to replace your car, with an integrated aluminum rack for mounting panniers, bags, or even a child’s seat. Despite being a city bike, the RadCity 5 has a pretty powerful motor in the 750W rear hub motor.

At the front of the bike and on top of the rider-oriented handlebars is the twist-grip throttle, which pairs with the pedal assist to create a smooth and fast ride. The RadCity comes with a 672Wh battery with a 50-mile range and is available in both step-over and step-through versions.

Some of the best features of the RadCity 5 are its seamless integrations in the rear rack, lights, kickstand, and fenders. There is even an adjustable front suspension with 50mm of travel, which is quite remarkable for a city e-bike. The RadCity 5 Plus even comes with a backlit LCD display.

However, the RadCity 5 is quite heavy at 64lb. It may be difficult to use for commuting if you need to move it up or down any stairs.

Lectric XP 3.0

MSRP: 999

  • 500W brushless geared hub motor
  • Impressive range for a small battery
  • Affordable

It would be difficult to find a city bike as versatile as this Lectric XP 3.0. Built with 20″ x 3″ tires, this bike can get you around town and out on lighter trails. You’ll never have to worry about a puncture, and you’ll have plenty of stopping power in the Tektro mechanical disc brakes.

For a fat tire folding bike, you wouldn’t have to ask for many more features, but the Lectric XP 3.0 has more. Variable front oil suspension helps cushion your ride against the harsh pavement or bumpy dirt, while the frame even comes with a full set of fenders, a rear pannier rack, and integrated LED lights for late-night commutes.

Don’t let the compact frame fool you, this bike is plenty powerful. The Lectric XP comes with a 500W Brushless geared rear hub motor and 460Wh Lithium-Ion battery. The battery offers a range of up to either 45 or 65 miles. The Lectric’s rear hub motor includes five levels of pedal-assistance, as well as electric-only modes.

All of that fits into a foldable and storable bike that costs 1,300.

Engwe EP-2 Pro

MSRP: 1,399.99

The second folding electric bike with fat tires on this list is the Engwe EP-2 Pro. This is a 20-inch e-bike ready for city streets and off-road trails. The entire frame of the EP-2 Pro folds into 30” x 32” dimensions, which is one of the smallest footprints we know of in a folding bike. Considering the EP-2 Pro’s fat tires, this is especially impressive.

Despite its small size, the EP-2 Pro has a 750W hub motor and five levels of pedal assistance, as well as a throttle. This is quite powerful for such a small bike, and it can even last for up to 45 miles.

Unsurprisingly, the Engwe EP-2 Pro is one of the cheapest Class 2 fat tire e-bike available. That is because of its compact and folding frame design. The Engwe EP-2 Pro also has mechanical brakes instead of hydraulic discs.

However, the EP-2 Pro has no shortage of features. That includes the 614Wh battery that takes six hours to charge, putting it on the same level as every other Class 2 e-bike on this list. The EP-2 Pro’s torque of 80Nm is higher than comparable e-bikes. It even comes with 7-speed gearing which you might not find on e-bikes that cost more than the EP-2 Pro.

Finally, the entire folding process takes less than 10 seconds. You’ll have the Engwe EP-2 Pro ready to go onto the train or up the stairs in no time.

FAQ

What is a Class 2 electric bike?

A Class 2 electric bike is a bike that includes a throttle and or pedal-assist, with an assistance limit of 20mph. All Class 2 e-bikes have a throttle, while most (but not all), have a pedal-assistance feature.

Class 2 e-bikes are typically treated not as normal bicycles, and may face some restrictions regarding where they are ridden, and whether they will be treated as bicycles, or more often as scooters or mopeds under law.

Which electric bike class is best?

The RadRover 6 Plus is the most popular Class 2 e-bike because of its impressive value and wide range of capabilities. You can take this bike to work, to the grocery store, or to the single-track trails, and it will be more than ready to handle the challenge. For city riding, the Lectric XP 2.0 may be the better option because it is smaller, cheaper, and much more portable, while also being equally powerful as a Class 2 e-bike.

How much is a Class 2 e-bike?

The cheapest Class 2 e-bikes typically cost around 1,000. The electronic motor is the most expensive part of the bike, and that’s why Class 2 e-bikes start at a certain price. On this list, the Lectric XP 2.0 was the cheapest option, mostly due to the fact that it is a folding bike, and not quite capable of tackling heavier and more technical off-road terrain like the RadRover 6 Plus.

Do Class 2 e-bikes have pedal assist?

Most Class 2 e-bikes have pedal-assist, but not all. All Class 2 e-bikes have a throttle, which is what makes them a Class 2 e-bike. Though pedal assist is not a requirement for Class 2 e-bikes.

What is the difference between a Class 2 and Class 3 e-bike?

A Class 2 e-bike always includes a throttle and sometimes pedal assist, and is limited to 20mph. On the other hand, a Class 3 e-bike is a pedal-assist only and will not include a throttle. Class 3 e-bikes are limited to 28mph, making them much fast than Class 2 e-bikes in terms of electric assistance.

About The Author

Zach Nehr

Zach Nehr is the head of ZNehr Coaching, a freelance writer, and an elite-level rider in road, gravel, cyclocross, and track racing. Zach earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science at Marian University- Indianapolis, and quickly thereafter earned his certification as a USA Cycling Level 3 Coach and TrainingPeaks Coach. He has a passion for writing and has a number of published articles on his website as well as Velonews, Cyclingnews, CyclingTips, TrainingPeaks, Final Surge, and Cyclist UK.

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It would help greatly if you included info on where the motor was located, the rear hub or crank (bottom bracket ) powered. Without this critical info it is difficult to make a wise decision.

Ebike Classes Explained

Electric bike sales have soared over the last few years due to their rise in popularity.

Bicycles with motors on make great commuting bikes for those who don’t want to arrive at work sweaty, as well as opening up cycling as a hobby to those who otherwise might not be able to access it.

But with new technology comes new territory for lawmakers, and in 2020, the USA announced that electric bikes would not be considered motor vehicles.

This meant that e-bikes would be able to ride on certain trails and areas they weren’t able to previously.

This change saw the clarification of ebike classes, which now run from 1-3 for e-bikes, and anything higher is identified as an electric moped.

These classes of ebikes help manufacturers to understand the limits of what they can produce, and for consumers to understand what type of capabilities the bike they’re buying has.

In this article, we’ll walk you through the different classes and discuss the capabilities and limits of each one.

E-Bike Classes Explained

Class 1: have only pedal assistance up to 20mph.Class 2: have pedal assistance up to 20mph throttle assistance up to 20mph.Class 3: have pedal assistance up to 28mph may or may not have throttle assistance up to 20mph.Class 4: may have a top speed of over 28mph and motor wattage over 750W.

Why is the legal limit 750W?

750W = 0.75kW = 1 horsepower

Class 1 eBikes

These Co-op electric bikes have pedal assistance of 20mph and don’t have a throttle, so according to eBike classification, they are class 1 eBikes.

Class 1 eBikes are bikes that use pedal-assist to a maximum assisted speed of 20mph.

This means that they are pedal-assist-only eBikes, and they must be without throttle controls, i.e. you must pedal the bike to engage the e-bike motor. They’re also called Pedelecs, (pedal electric cycles) and they must adhere to the class 1 electric bike speed limit of 20mph.

From October 2020 this was written into legislation in the United States and has helped to clarify the confusing market of eBike classes and assistance levels. It also helps to clarify where these bikes can go. Previously, they were unable to be used on certain mountain bike trails and bike paths as they were in a grey area of motor vehicle status. Now, however, they can be ridden in more areas and not just on the road.

Main Features of Class 1 eBikes:

  • Pedal assistance
  • Assisted speed up to 20mph
  • No assistance without pedaling
  • The motor must be less than 750W
  • Mostly have the same rights and access privileges as regular bikes

Class 2 eBikes

Kracken Adventure Bikes produces 750W eBikes with a throttle.

Class 2 electric bikes also have a maximum assisted speed of 20mph.

However, unlike class 1, they can include throttle assistance without the need for pedaling. This of course doesn’t mean the assistance cuts out if you do start pedaling, but the option is there for you to not pedal and use the throttle. Class 2 e-bike max speed is the same as class 1, at 20mph, and as with class 1 bikes, you can ride them as ‘unassisted’ bikes, i.e. with the motor off, and in the same places.

Class 2 bikes generally look similar to class 1 bikes, except they have the inclusion of a throttle assist. This is usually on the handlebars so can look quite subtle.

Main features of class 2 eBikes:

  • Throttle assistance can be activated through a trigger, button, or twist-grip
  • Can be ridden without pedaling
  • May also have pedal-assistance
  • Maximum assisted speed is 20mph
  • The motor must be less than 750 watts
  • Mostly have the same rights and access privileges as regular bikes

Class 3 eBikes

These Trek class 3 bicycles assist you up to 28 mph.

Class 3 eBikes are slightly more confusing.

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Their maximum assisted speed is set to 28mph making them quite high-speed electric bikes. They must also be equipped with a speedometer to let you know how fast you’re riding. The complicated part is the addition of a throttle. Some states don’t allow throttles at all on the bike (such as California), whereas others only allow the throttle to be used up to 20mp/h, but the pedal assist can continue to 28mph.

Additionally, the motor must have a capacity of less than 750W, and you cannot ride these on bike paths that exist outside of the road. To get around this, manufacturers apply a limit to the throttle speed (20mph). Some speed pedelecs can be adjusted so if you want to ride on a multi-use trail, for example, you can switch the throttle assist to max out at 20mph, and remove the limit when you ride on the road.

Check with your local legislation before using a class 3 eBike to figure out where you’re allowed to ride it.

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Main features of class 3 eBikes:

  • Pedal assistance
  • Max assisted speed is 28mph
  • Equipped with speedometer
  • The motor must be less than 750W
  • Restricted from multi-use paths
  • Mostly with an age limit. Depending on the state, the rider must be at least 14, 15, or 16.
  • Optional throttle with 20mph assistance

Class 4 eBikes

QuietKat eBikes are class 4 when bought with over 750W motor.

Class 4 eBikes are not permitted to be used on the road and thus are deemed motorized vehicles which need to be insured and licensed.

This class of bikes use motors more powerful than 750W and class 4 ebike speeds are over 28mph. Some are even capable of being 50mph electric bikes, hence why they need to be licensed and insured. They are in a similar category to electric dirt bikes, with the main difference being the inclusion of pedals on a class 4 eBike.

As class 4 eBikes are only permitted to be used off-road, there is a more limited scope for the type of bikes you will find in this category.

Main features of class 4 eBikes:

  • Throttle and/or pedal assistance
  • Top speed 28mph and over
  • The motor can be more than 750W
  • Mostly need registration and licensing

Fastest Electric Bikes for Sale in 2023: Top 5 Rapid E-Bikes

The Monaco-made Voxan Wattman has 150kw of power, or 203 horsepower, and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 3.4 seconds. It was specially created to set new world speed records, so you can’t just go out and buy one.

Another super-fast e-bike that is solely made to break records is White Motorcycle Concepts’ WMC250EV.

It’s not intended to be a road-going machine, and was created to target the world land speed record for electric motorcycles, and also to show that its unusual technologies are improvements over conventional ones.

Its name comes from its intention to hit 250mph, but its final top speed may be higher than that. When it was initially tested, just to make sure that its systems and technical elements were working as they should, it got up to 170mph without really trying.

Fastest E-Bikes You CAN Buy

Hi Power Cycles Revolution XX

Heavy-Duty Tyres and World-Class Brakes

Windscreen for High Speeds

i Power Cycles’ Revolution XX Super E-Bike is an impressive machine with extraordinary performance and incredible top speeds.

The top speed of the Revolution XX is officially listed at 70mph, and test riders have been able to achieve 74mph on a flat surface.

The manufacturers state that they believe this is the fastest e-bike ever produced that has usable pedals at top speed.

It looks more like a dirt bike than a bicycle, with heavy-duty tyres, world class brakes and even a windscreen — necessary when going at such high speeds.

The windscreen is specially designed to breach wind resistance at top speeds, helping riders gain an extra few mph on the top end, and the suspension system is individually factory tuned to suit the rider who purchases it.

The battery system allows for a nearly 100 mile range, which is more than enough for an off-road speed run.

Only 20 units of the Revolution XX will ever be made, so this is a very exclusive bike.

It is also worth noting that, according to the HPC website, the bike will ship fully compliant with US Class 2 e-bike laws, meaning it will be limited to 20mph. Of course, as we’ve discussed earlier, you can remove speed limiters, but it will render the bike unusable on public road

Hi Power Cycles Revolution X

Upgraded motor with increased efficiency and lower weight

Compliant with US Class 2 e-bike laws

Hi Power Cycles’ Revolution X is the manufacturer’s flagship model, which boasts a top speed of up to 65mph depending on which power option you choose.

The Revolution X has a 6,000W power level as standard, but buyers can upgrade to a 7,000W or 8,000W machine to reach the top speeds.

The model was first launched five years ago, but in 2022 the manufacturer has added an all-new motor, a 7% increase in maximum efficiency, a lower weight and less cogging torque.

The bike’s starting price is 13,000, with any added extras like two-stage colours, coloured rims, upgraded power levels, upgraded charger, individually factory-tuned suspension, added lighting etc costing extra.

As standard, you can choose from gloss red, gloss white, matte black or clear coat paint.

You can choose from the Thunderbolt (speed motor) or Striker (high torque motor) depending on what kind of ride you’re after.

The Speed motor blends speed, acceleration and torque in a way that’s perfect for moderate trails and moderate hills. With this motor, you can achieve speeds of 55mph on the 6,000W model, 60mph on the 7,000W model, and 60mph on the 8,000w model.

The Torque motor is for riders who want more acceleration/torque while sacrificing a bit of top speed. It’s more efficient than the Speed motor in most circumstances, and is better suited to steeper hills and trails. With this motor, you can achieve speeds of up to 45mph with the 6,000W model, 47mph with the 7,000W and 50mph with the 8,000W.

Like the XX, the Revolution X will ship fully compliant with US Class 2 e-bike laws, meaning it will be limited to 20mph.

Stealth B-52

2500W continuous power: highlights the power capability

60-mile range: emphasizes the range of the bike

Motorcycle-grade brakes: emphasizes the quality and precision of the braking system.

The Stealth B-52 reaches top speeds of up to 50mph, and is comparatively cheaper than the Revolution models listed above at around £9,500.

It weighs 64kg, has a max range of 60 miles on economy or 25 miles on full-throttle, and a recharge time of 3 hours.

The Stealth B-52 comes complete with motorcycle-grade brakes which gie you precise stopping control with just two fingers on the levers.

A silent, high-torque, brushless DC hub motor gives you fast acceleration, and is coupled with suspension that will give you a smooth ride even on the toughest trails.

It is designed with solid state, digital inverter technology with no moving parts to prevent wear-and-tear and reduce maintenance intervals.

It has a continuous power of 2500W and the peak power is 6200W, and its noise emission is just 65db — quieter than the average vacuum cleaner!

You can get the Stealth B-52 in Pitch Black or Pitch Black Fluo depending on preference, and you can add on front and rear mudguards and a controller cover if you wish.

Delfast Top 3.0/3.0i

Full charge range of up to 200 miles

On-board computer with GPS

With a full charge range of up to 200 miles and a top speed of 50mph, the Delfast Top is a great e-bike for anyone looking for endurance as well as speed.

Some critics say it blurs the lines between electric bicycle and electric motorbike, but as it still has pedals, we’re including it in this list — like many of the other bikes we’ve featured, it looks more like a dirt bike with pedals than a regular bicycle.

There are two models of the Delfast Top available depending on your location — the Delfast Top 3.0, which can be bought in the EU and internationally, and the Delfast Top 3.0i, which is only available in the US.

The Delfast Top 3.0i has an on-board computer and 4G GPS, while the 3.0 has a built-in 3G GPS navigation system. Aside from this, they are functionally the same in terms of speed, range and more.

In terms of speed modes, both bikes will ship as a Class 2 e-bike, powering up to 750W with a top speed of 20mph and a Gates Carbon Drive single gear belt drive.

The EU version has a limited mode with a 15mph max speed, which is suitable for road driving in the UK and EU, as well as a 20mph eco version.

Both bikes have an Unlimited mode, which on the US 3.0i model is up to 5000W and 50mph, while the EU 3.0 model can go to 3000W and 50mph.

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Therefore, while the top speeds remain the same, the regional versions of the bike are adapted to be road legal in their respective territories while still able to be opened up off-road if you choose — a great bike for all terrains and uses, including commuting.

Both models come in a range of colours, with black or white as standard and orange, red and blue available at an extra cost.

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