Cheetah Plus. Retro e bike

M1 Retro Electric Bike Max Speed 30 MPH

BatteryThe single battery is made up of 104 Samsung 18650 lithium cells, arranged in parallel and in series.

Electric motorThe Rear Hub Motor is by far one of the most advanced power units on the market.

HandlebarThe retro-style electric bikes mean a low seating position and high handlebars. This gives the bike a cool look both standing and riding, as the higher handlebars give a unique seating position. With leather grips, the handlebar looks a lot like that of a chopper motorcycle.

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LightsThe retro e-bike has an optional lighting system, matching retro styling, with an extra-large headlight. This large headlight was designed on the model of motorcycle headlights. The Munro lighting system is not only functional, but it also adds a lot to the motorcycle-style design and provides the finishing touch.


The size of the Retro Electric Bike:Length 1850mmHeight 950mmFront track / This Fashion Electric Bicycle width 630mmWheelbase 1125mmGround clearance 260mmMain Performance Quality 42kgRated voltage 48VThe maximum load quality is 100KG±1%Gradeability (load 80KG) ≤15°


Frame Design Aluminum AlloyMaximum design speed Low speed: ≤20km/hHigh speed: ≤50km/hBraking distance (dry land) ≤1m (20km/h)Braking distance (wetland) ≤1.5m (20km/h)Front shock absorber Adjustable mid-spring shock absorberRear shock absorber Adjustable spring shock absorberFork Aluminum AlloyRear flat forkFront tire specifications 26 inch X 3.0Rear tire size 26″ X 3.0Front Rear brake: hydraulic disc brakesSeat height 810mmMaximum roll angle Left ≤40°Right ≤40°Maximum steering angle 30°

Battery System:

Battery Type 18650 Lithium-ion BatteryVoltage 48VCapacity 11.6AHStandard charge current 3AThe maximum discharge current 10AStandard charging time: 6HThe maximum mileage 50KMSingle-cell capacity 2900mahBattery Weight 3.1kgCharge and discharge times 2000 (80% DOD)Protection System 13S/17A Same PortBattery compartment cover material Flame retardant ABS

Power System:

Hub Motor Type: Brushless DC High MagnetoController: FOC Vector ControllerRated power and speed: 400W/430rpmMaximum motor power and speed: 800W/430rpmTorque and speed of motor: 42N.m/40rpmMax Recoverable Energy Level: III 82%Controller maximum current 17±1AMotor Energy Utilization 82%Lighting Electrical Headlamps, Headlights LED HeadlightsDaytime running light LED lightTurn lights LED turn lightsUSB charging portGPS positioning systemRemote Control Match Mobile APP, Positioning Car, Locking CarSmart Meter LED Display

Cheetah Plus

All electric bikes are shipped from our US warehouse. A shipping confirmation email with tracking number will be sent once your bike shipped.

Shipping Notice: Due to the impact of COVID-19 and extreme weather, we may use various courier service companies flexibly to make your bikes or accessories delivered as soon as possible. However, the transit time may not be guaranteed. For most of time, it will be on time. If you are looking for receiving bike on/before specific date, please contact us so that we can give advice.


What’s the difference between

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Cheetah Cheetah Plus

Bright Headlight

We added a super bright dual 2000 lumen headlight. The upgraded and stylish moto-style headlight provides excellent visibility during night rides for added safety and riding confidence.

New Display Firmware

Full-color display provides all the important metrics you need, including speed, distance traveled, pedal assist level, and more. Power your gadgets with the handle-bar mounted USB port.

1000W Bafang Motor

1000 watt powerful motor, sustain 750W output, provides a lot of power. Reach speeds of over 28 mph with this high-powered motor.

Cruiser Saddle

Cushioning saddles wide with plush padding and springs to absorb bumps in the road. Very wide, fully padded, include springs or gel.

Classic Looking

Full black. We’ve developed a tank made from black leather and heat-stamped with the Revibikes logo. It’s very low profile. you don’t even notice the logo when you’re in the dark.

Half Twist Throttle

The Half-twist throttle helps prevent accidental activation, protecting you from inadvertent injuries.

What’s Included

You’ll need to prepare an M5 Allen Key to finish the whole bike assembly

Size Fit

Handlebar Height:39.37“. 43.3” Standover Height: 26.5
Minimum Seat Height: 32 Maximum Seat Height: 38
Seat Tube: 17 Total Length: 83
Wheelbase: 57 Reach: 22.83. 25.89


Model: Cheetah Plus Motor: 48V 750W Bafang /td>
Battery Type: Lithium-ion Motor Peak Output: 1000W
Battery Cell: Samsung Top Speed: 25-28
Battery Capacity: 48V 17.5Ah Front Light: Included.
Range: 26-40 Miles High/Low Beam Switch: Yes
Charging Time: 4. 6 Hrs Pedal Assist: 5-9 levels
Tire: Kenda Tire Throttle: Yes
Reflect Strip: Yes Wheel Size: 26” 4.0 Fat Tire
Display: Full Color Brake: F/R Hydraulic Brake
Display Function: Brake Brand: Tektro
PAS Level, Current Speed, Max Speed, Odometer, Trip, Daylight and Night Model Selection, Eco, Normal, Power drive model selection Weight: 70 lbs with battery
Frame Material: 6061 Aluminum Alloy Shift: 7 Speed SHIMANO /td>
Saddle: Leather with Mechanical Spring Crank Wheel: 42T
Chain: KMC Anti-Rust Motor Efficiency: ≥80%

Difference between Cheetah Plus / Cheetah/ Cheetah Mini



Do you offer free shipping?Yes, we offer Free shipping on all electric bike orders going to 48 continental U.S. Currently, we do not ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or internationally. Free shipping refers to standard shipping.

How long does it take to deliver?We process and ship orders the following day after the receipt, the delivery times vary depending on the destination address (generally from 1 to 5 business days).

What’s pick up and how does it work?Revibikes allows you to purchase items online and pick them up at our warehouses, if you choose to pick up yourself, please advise the estimated pickup time, we will give you a PICK-UP CODE. Payment will be made online once you place the order. No additional payment will be required when you pick up your bike at a retail location.

Will the bike I receive be assembled?We don’t provide assembly services, but we have step-by-step assembly videos, you can find it at the product page, it is very simple.

What’s price match and how dose it work?We can offer price match before purchasing, or 30 days after purchasing, It means we guarantee you can get the best price, 100% price match, whether it’s our official website or other authorized online stores, buy on the official website for better security and service. Learn

What is the warranty policy?We offer 2 years warranty on battery and 1 year warranty on electrical/mechanical components and frames upon factory default. Read our warranty policy.

What payment methods do you accept, and do you offer financing?We accept debit or credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, and Discover), Shop Pay, PayPal, Google Pay, Meta Pay, and of course, Revibikes gift cards. You can choose SHOP PAY/KLARNA to pay in monthly installments at checkout.

Do you sell accessories and replacement parts?Yes. Go to shop ACCESSORIES to purchase the accessories or replacement parts you need. If the item is not listed on our website, contact our customer service. We do our best to have all parts and accessories available for purchase at all times and we will happy to assist you.

Review: This badass sidecar electric bike is the coolest e-bike I’ve tested in a long time

One of the coolest things about electric bikes is just how diverse the industry has grown, with so many different types and styles of e-bikes. But even with over a decade in the industry, nothing could have prepared me for just how awesome it would be to test out the Mod Easy Sidecar electric bike from Mod Bikes.

The Mod Easy Sidecar e-bike is actually a variant of the company’s retro-themed Mod Easy electric bike. That vintage motorcycle-themed electric bike has a sidecar option (as well as a side basket option for more utility/cargo use).

It tacks on a sidecar with a third wheel and turns the bike into one of the coolest trikes you’ll ever see.

You retain all the speed and power that the Mod Easy offers, but now you’ve got an awesome sidecar to haul kids, pets, groceries, bags of cement, or whatever else you can think of!

Such a unique e-bike like this deserves more than just pictures, so make sure you take a look at my review video below. Then keep on reading below the video to see my in-depth review!

It’s just so much fun!

I don’t even know where to begin, this thing is just so much fun to ride! That’s probably obvious from the look of it – I sure knew I wanted to check this thing out from the moment I first laid eyes on it.

The bike itself gets up to 20 mph (32 km/h) on throttle and 28 mph (45 km/h) on pedal assist, though they recommend sticking to a limit of 10 mph (16 mph) when you have the sidecar installed.

I was flying at top speed with that sidecar on, though I did slow down a bit when I had my nephews on board, and even more when I borrowed my sister’s golden retriever for the photo op!

The sidecar itself comes in a separate box from the bike and was fairly easy to put together. You just bolt the frame and wheel onto it, then there’s an adjustable connection to the bike that allows you to dial in the angle.

As soon as it’s installed, the bike of course handles differently. Left turns feel more or less like any other electric tricycle, though it takes a little while to get used to not sitting in the center of the bike.

Right turns though, those are a doozy. The sidecar instantly wants to lift up if you try to turn at anything more than about 7 or 8 mph. I put a few steel weights in the sidecar when it was empty and that helped. When you have a passenger in there, it helps even more. Basically, the sidecar likes to have something or someone in it.

Lifting up the sidecar and its wheel soon becomes part of the fun though. With a bit of practice I could reliably get it to lift up even with a passenger in there, and my nephews got a kick out of “flying” as well.

Oh yeah, and there’s even a nice padded seat and a seat belt in there, though I’m not sure the seat belt is a great idea. It might be good for keeping small kids from trying to stand up while riding, but I ended up leaving that off.

Just like motorcycles, the best thing you can do in a bike crash is not be near the bike. There’s a reason why motorcycles don’t have seatbelts.

Since this is mostly a neighborhood cruiser and I wasn’t planning on hitting the highway in it, I decided to just do my best to avoid accidents.

The inclusion of a rear rack also means that you could put a child seat back there and easily carry three people on one bike. A little kid in the rear, a bigger kid in the side car and the biggest kid (you) at the controls.

The bike comes with a “trunk bag,” which is basically a rear rack organizer. I thought it was going to be gimmicky, but it’s actually one of the coolest bags I’ve ever seen.

The middle section has movable dividers like a camera bag, the top has multiple s and also bungee straps for tying down larger or bulkier items that won’t fit in the bag, and the side s each open out into expandable pannier bags. One trunk bag turns into three bags!

I’m not normally impressed by bike bags, but this isn’t a normal bike bag. Nice work!

But what about the bike?

The bike itself is already fairly high-performance. 750 watts of continuous power and over 1,000 watts of peak power on top means that the bike is ready to roll as soon as you hit the throttle.

The acceleration is of course slightly more muted when you’ve got the sidecar loaded down with a kid or two, but that extra power means it still gets moving nicely.

The bike is also quite comfortable with its cruiser design, wide saddle, and bar-end grips that fit nicely in the hands. An adjustable stem lets you play with the handlebar angles and dial it in however you’d like.

The cruiser design uses a pedal-forward geometry that allows you to get full leg extension (if you want) without having the seat awkwardly high. If you’re riding a bike like the Mod Easy Sidecar, you’re probably not a Lycra cyclist doing 100 miles every Sunday morning. You’re more likely to appreciate being able to put your feet down on the ground at stops. Though you’ll also probably enjoy the fact that you don’t need to put your feet down at stops since the three-wheeled design is stable at rest. Nice!

There’s a suspension fork as well as suspension built into the seat post and saddle, giving you a few options to smooth out the ride.

The 3″ balloon tires also do a good job of absorbing rougher streets, as long as you aren’t flying at top speed.

The pedal assist works just fine, but its cadence-based and not a fancier torque sensor. That basically means that you’ve got more or less set-speeds that it will ride you up to.

The higher the level assist setting, the faster it wants to push you when you pedal. A torque sensor would have been a nice addition for this much money.

Is it worth it?

Here’s the real question. Is it worth 4,199?

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That’s a lot of money. But then again, you’re getting a lot of bike here. Enough bike for three riders (if you add the child seat on the rear rack).

And you’re also getting such a unique design that you’ll probably never see another one riding around your city.

Anyone who is interested in a sidecar e-bike is likely doing it for the looks. Yes, there’s the awesome utility too. But you can always get a cheaper electric trike if all you care about is three wheels and room for a kid’s seat. This is not the bike for a family that is only looking for an economical alternative to getting a second car. With a sidecar electric bike, you’re going for extra style points.

In that sense, I don’t know of any other sidecar electric bikes for less cash. This certainly is not a cheap e-bike, but if you’ve got the disposable income then you definitely won’t be disappointed by it. The bike is fun. It’s fast. It’s powerful. It gets looks everywhere it goes. And it’s got great utility to boot. If you can fit it in your garage and your wallet, you’re bound to enjoy it.

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The Best eBikes For Kids, Ages 8-10

Around 8-10 years of age, kids transition from riding as passengers on their parent’s eBike to riding independently on their own. This can be an exciting first step for them on their long journey of micromobility.

eBikes for kids this age are great because they provide extra assistance to ride along with the rest of their family and tackle terrain that might otherwise be challenging. Fortunately, there are a variety of eBikes specifically designed for young kids.

eBikes for the youngest riders may resemble a “balance bike” design that lacks pedals, which is helpful for kids who are still getting their footing on two wheels. eBikes for older, bigger kids are similar to full-sized adult eBikes, but have smaller frames and wheels.

Due to kids’ lighter weight and smaller size, the motors and batteries used on these eBikes are also smaller. Many kid-specific eBikes will regulate the top speed to 7-13 mph for safety. The components are designed to be simple and sturdy, making maintenance easier.

Why eBikes Are Good for 8-to-10-Year-Olds

With the explosion in the popularity of eBikes, parents are discovering the joy and utility of micromobility. As children transition from riding in a child seat to riding on their own, eBikes allow them to comfortably ride alongside the family.

In hilly areas, an eBike can make all the difference in a child’s experience, allowing them to joyfully ascend steep hills with their parents instead of struggling—or worse, giving up halfway through.

An eBike’s added boost is also beneficial when young legs tire during a long family ride. That extra push can help kids make it to the end, and keep everyone smiling.

Whatever the situation, eBikes can make your child’s first rides into positive experiences that can grow into a lifelong love of riding.

Considerations When Buying an eBike For a Young Rider

Getting Used To A Motorized eBike. Powered assistance and balancing on two wheels may seem daunting to young riders. Close supervision and guidance are essential for kids’ safety. Fortunately, eBikes for young kids are mostly limited to a top speed of 7-13 mph, so they won’t be going very fast.

eBike Cost. As you will see below, eBikes for kids range from 500. 4000, which is considerably more expensive than a traditional pedal bike.

‍Laws and Regulations. Some cities and/or states have a minimum age requirement for kids. Such laws usually apply only to public roads, though. Also, be aware that some trails and outdoor recreation areas prohibit eBikes.

‍Maintenance. eBikes require more maintenance than pedal bikes. In addition to the drivetrain, brakes, and tires, the batteries, motor, and controller also require periodic service and calibration.

Read on to discover some of the best eBikes for kids ages 8.10.

The Kent Torpedo is the kid’s eBike that delivers exceptional value.

  • Sub- 500 price tag is extraordinary for an eBike
  • Wheels and frame are sized well for 8-10-year-old kids
  • 180W motor delivers a top speed of 17 mph
  • Entry-level components may lack performance or long-range durability
  • It requires extensive assembly
  • Motor: 180W rear hub-drive
  • Top speed: 12 mph (19.3 km/h)
  • Range: 15 miles (25 km)
  • Drive: 3 modes of pedal assist
  • Speeds: 6-speed derailleur shifting
  • Battery: 24V 5.2Ah 125 Wh
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Weight: 39.4 lbs (17.9 kg)
  • Suspension: Front Suspension fork
  • Brakes: V brakes
  • Wheels: 20” front/rear
  • Color: Black/Yellow, Blue/Black

With its throttle-based acceleration, the STACYC 16e eBike is a great first step for the young rider who dream of one day riding moto.

  • 20 lb weight is manageable for small riders
  • Parents can set acceleration and speed settings
  • 16” wheels are durable to handle bumps and knocks
  • Motor: Brushless motor
  • Top speed: 13 mph (20.9 km/h)
  • Range: 12 miles (19 km)
  • Drive: 3 modes throttle assist
  • Speeds: Single speed
  • Battery: 20V 4Ah
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Weight: 20 lbs (9.1 kg)
  • Suspension: Ridgid
  • Brakes: Rear
  • Wheels: 16” front/rear
  • Warranty: Frame. 5 years, Non electrical components. 1 year, Electrical components. 90 days
  • Color: Black

For the discerning 8-10-year-old rider, Woom raises the bar with the premium Up 5 eMTB.

  • At 37.5 lbs, it is very light and manageable for small riders.
  • The FAUZA drive system and SRAM NX drivetrain deliver seamless assistance and shifting.
  • Hydraulic brakes and brake levers are specifically designed for children’s hands.
  • Geometry is specially tuned for kids.
  • Motor: 250W FAUZA mid-drive
  • Top speed: 12 mph (19.3 km/h)
  • Range: Not available
  • Drive: Pedal assist
  • Speeds: 11-speed derailleur shifting
  • Battery: 250 Wh
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Weight: 35.6 lbs (16.1 kg)
  • Suspension: 90mm Front Suspension fork
  • Brakes: Hydraulic disc brakes
  • Wheels: 24” x 2.35” front/rear
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Color: Electric blue

JOYSTAR 20” Retro Electric Bike

The JOYSTAR 20” Retro eBike evokes memories of the vintage Schwinn Stingray, complete with a seat and backrest, upswept handlebars, and chrome fenders.

  • Mechanical disc brakes with motor auto cutoff for safer braking
  • Fat 3” tires for stable riding
  • Removable battery for easier charging
  • Motor: 250W rear hub-drive
  • Top speed: 17 mph (27.35 km/h)
  • Range: 15-22 miles (24-35 km)
  • Drive: 3 modes of pedal assist and throttle power
  • Speeds: Single speed
  • Battery: 36V 7Ah
  • Frame: Steel
  • Weight: 54 lbs (24.5 kg)
  • Suspension: Ridgid
  • Brakes: Mechanical disc brakes with brake motor safety cut off
  • Wheels: 20” x 3” front/rear
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Color: Oil slick, black

Mondraker Play 20”

The Mondaker Play 20” kids’ eBike fits a unique niche with quality components, a small frame, and 20” wheels that can fit younger kids.

  • Equipped with the same Mahle Ebikemotion X-35 motor and 250Wh battery used on Mondraker’s adult ebikes.
  • Aggressive 2.4” tires
  • Motor: Mahle-Ebikemotion X-35 rear hub motor
  • Top speed: 15.6 mph (25 km/h)
  • Range: Not available
  • Drive: 3 modes of pedal assist
  • Speeds: 9-speed derailleur shifting
  • Battery: 250 Wh
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Weight: 28.4 lbs (12.9 kg)
  • Suspension: Ridgid
  • Brakes: Hydraulic disc brakes
  • Wheels: 20” x 2.4” front/rear
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Color: Orange/black

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