UBCO 2X2 Adventure Bike – Black
On-road or off-road, this electric motorbike is conveniently lightweight, making it easy to lift onto your van, truck or RV. Humming under 75dB with a range up to 120km, you can discover new far off places while enjoying the sound of nature. With a total carry weight of 150kg you can take the bigger tent and the extra pots without all the fuss.
Top speed 45km/h | 28mph Weight incl. power supply 66-71kg | 145-156lb Max range 70-120km | 43-75mi
This item is in stock and will be shipped out within 24 hours expect delivery between 5 August and 7 August at your country.
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Delivery options for the UBCO bikes
You can order UBCO products through our website’s or in one of our local shops. When you order UBCO product online, you can choose from two delivery options.
Your order will be delivered directly to you. Note, for the 2X2 some assembly is required. You will be required to complete a digital training course on final assembly before your product is able to be road registered. Also note, this is a large, heavy item that will be delivered by a truck.
Collect your order from your selected Fatdaddy store. They will take care of any assembly for you. If you’re ordering a 2X2 this is a good option if you don’t feel confident completing the final assembly. Please note, if you are ordering a 2X2 online it is important you read the terms and conditions of purchase first. Alternatively, you can visit one of our stores to purchase a bike in-store.
Technical specifications for the UBCO bikes
DIMENSIONS Weight excl. power supply: 52.7kg | 116lbs 2.1kWh battery: 65.7kg | 144.6lbs 3.1kWh battery: 70.7kg | 155.6lbs Height: 1,040mm | 41” Seat height: 815mm | 32” Width (handlebars): 820mm | 32.3” Length: 1,820mm | 72” Wheelbase: 1215mm | 47.8”
PERFORMANCE Max speed: 45km/h
BRAKES UBCO Quadratic² brake system: Hydraulic regenerative brakes operate together. DOT approved hydraulic brakes. 203 x 2.3mm rotors. DOT approved Dash 3 brake lines.
WHEELS 9 gauge stainless steel spokes.17×1.85” aluminium rims (DOT compliant). 17×2.75” multi-use tires, balanced between street performance and off-road grip (ECE and DOT compliant).
STRUCTURE Payload (incl. rider): 150kg | 330lbs Super X step through frame: 7027 alloy. Front and rear racks standard. 19 drop forged attachment lugs on subframe rack. Mechanically switched self-retaining kickstand.
SUSPENSION 130mm front suspension. 120mm rear suspension. Preload rebound adjustment.
2.1KWH – Standard, 3.1 – Heady Duty
Sometimes you need a little help. Don’t worry, We’re here for you. Our email team can help you with all your burning questions. They can also schedule testrides in our stores or check where you package is.
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Drop by in one of our stores
Want to see and feel some of our products? Our stores are located in The Netherlands and Germany. Come by and experience them all.
How much do repairs cost?
The costs of shipping your product to our service center in Amsterdam.
A investigation fee of €49 euro for which we will investigate the entire product on the cause of defects.
After investigations are completed we will give you a quote with a cost and time estimate to repair the product. At this point you can agree or cancel.
Shipping the product back is free within The Netherlands but we charge a small UPS/DHL shipping fee for other countries.
How does the process go?
- Fill in the repair request form on our repairs page.
- If we accept your repair request, ship us your product.
- Once it arrives we perform a diagnostic of the issue.
- We will consult you beforehand to approve the repairs and costs.
- After completing repairs and testing, we ship it back.
Can you fix electric skateboards?
Yes, it’s what we do best! Our electric skateboard repair and maintenance team is equipped with parts for most brands. We can also assist in repairing a Do It Yourself project that you built yourself. We also create custom batteries for these projects.
We are the official repair centre for brands like Boosted Boards and Enertion.
If you want a cost estimate, fill in the form on our repairs page.
Where do I ship my item?
Please make sure you have filled a repair request. If your request for repair has been approved you will receive instructions to ship your product to one of the addresses below:
Fatdaddy Amsterdam (repairs)Street: Kropaarstraat 1BPostcode: 1032LACity: AmsterdamCountry: Netherlands
Fatdaddy Denmark (repairs) Street: Vestergade 1 Postcode: 8000 City: Aarhus Country: Denmark
Made sure you write on the package slip that this includes an item that is going to be repaired.
Where do i find my UPS tracking code?
You can find your trackingcode by going to your Orders dashboard and clicking on the specific order. The UPS codes will be under Shipment Tracking Details. See the picture below.
Packages are shipped every Tuesday from our warehouse. See how long it takes to deliver to your country here.
I did not receive a track trace code?
If you did receive a track trace code, please contact support with your order number. You can also login to your account and see the tracking code under My Orders after you log in.
What if I want to send it back?
No problem. If you’re not completely in love, let us know and send it back to us. We do have some rules on returns. For more details, check out our handy Returns exchanges page.
Can I pick up my order in a Fatdaddy store?
You certainly can! Just select “Pick up in Fatdaddy store” at checkout and choose the most convenient store location for you. You’ll receive an email as soon as your order is ready to pick up – just remember to bring your ID, so we know it’s you.
Do i have to pay extra duty and tax?
Since we are a EU registered company we pay all import and VAT duties for you in advance. This only applies to country’s within the EU.
How much does shipping cost?
Buying something online with Fatdaddy should be just as hassle-free as possible. Enter your address in your cart, or at checkout to calculate the shipping costs.
You can combined multiple items into one shipment, the price will not change and is for the total shipping lot, not per item. If we ship multiple boxes you will also receive multiple tracktrace codes.
Do you ship to my country?
We ship to every EU and a few US locations though direct, secure and insured shipping.
All-Wheel Drive Traction
2×2 power is a big deal. Two hub motors for each wheel make the UBCO nearly unstoppable. It takes a second to get used to, as with a standard dirt bike, the rear end cuts loose, but with the front wheel being powered you don’t really get that drifting feel.
This all-wheel drive feature makes the bike more stable when driving over loose gravel and going uphill over dirt and sand. It’s a feature that you quickly realize you’ve been missing all the years of riding dirt bikes. For novice electric bike riders, it will add an element of confidence to their riding.
Speed and Range
With a top speed of 30 mph and a range of 75 miles, the UBCO 2×2 is designed to take you beyond a quick trip to the corner market and can allow you to explore miles beyond your campsite or homestead.
The UBCO abilities open a range of possibilities for finding remote campsites or accessing secluded areas with trails that are too small for vehicles but where a UBCO 2×2 could easily navigate.
Cargo and Utility
The UBCO 2×2 Adventure Bike takes adventure to heart. With a load capacity of 330 pounds and 19 tie-down lugs, the UBCO is built for multi-day adventures out in the wild. This also makes it ideal for work situations on small farms and ranches.
The UBCO could be the first electric bike built for overlanding!
The UBCO has designed many accessories for a factory fit on the UBCO. If you plan on traveling long distances with cargo, I recommend the front and rear cargo decks which will make it much easier to secure duffel bags and other gear. The hitch-mounted carriers are also great options for transporting your UBCO.
UBCO 2X2 WRK Electric Dirt Bike
A solid mud-ready workhorse. Built purely for off-road riding. Perfect for farm use and off-road adventure.
- 2.1kWh OR 3.1kWh power supply
- 140.2lbs (2.1kWh)
- 151.2lbs (3,1kWh)
- Max range 40-52 miles (2.1kWh)
- Max range 65-78 miles (3.1kWh)
- Quick charge time – 4 hours or 6 hours for 3.1kWh
- Includes Fast Charger
All Wheel Electric Drive
No clutch – bullet proof low-speed control.1kW Flux 2 motor in each wheel.Designed to handle off-road conditions.Better acceleration and traction in slippery conditions.No getting stuck in the mud.Better grip on unpaved roads.Ascends gradients of up to 30%.Very low maintenance.No oil changes or engine specific replacements.No smoke, noise, chains, gears or clutch.
UBCO ATFZ front suspension with 130mm travel.UBCO ATRZ rear suspension with 120mm travel.Preload and rebound adjustment to customize ride.Greater control.Faster tracking of terrain.comfortable ride.
Connectivity and User Input
Get key stats for your bike through the UBCO user app.Control settings from the App to customize your ride.Utilizes high speed Bluetooth 5.0 for communications control.
Order Confirmation:As soon as you place your order, you will receive an order confirmation e-mail. This means that we have received your order in our system and pre-authorized your credit card for the purchase. As soon as we receive your order, we automatically reach out to our suppliers to confirm that it is in stock and available for immediate shipment. If your item is on backorder or unavailable, we will void the pre-authorization and reach out to you via e-mail. If your item(s) are available, we will process the charges and submit the order for shipment.
Order Shipment:If your order is in stock and we process the charges to your credit card, it will ship within five business days from the date of your order. We will send you tracking information within 24 hours of your order leaving the warehouse to the e-mail address you provided when checking out. If you do not receive tracking information from us within six business days of your order, feel free to follow up with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shipping Times:Shipping to the lower 48 usually takes between 3 to 5 business days but you should allow 3 to 10 business days depending on carrier used and delivery location.
Damages:Please inspect the packaging of your item(s) when they arrive, if you notice any damage you should make note of it when signing for delivery. If your item(s) do arrived damaged, please send photos to email@example.com and we will process an insurance claim on your behalf.
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When checking out on the website you will see the below options. First is the Credit Card option, but immediately below are the 2 financing options. PayPal – Klarna.
Regardless of which financing option you choose, we ship you the eBike immediately.
Each financing option is different and I’ll explain the key points of each one for you on this page so you can make a decision based on which financing option is the best for you.
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UBCO 2×2 Utility Electric Bike Is Now Legal
The New Zealand e-bike company UBCO, which makes “utility electric vehicles” (UEV), finally has a road-legal 2×2 utility e-bike. Previously only licensed for off-road use, the 2×2 utility e-bike is ready to roll. Of course, check to see if your state and city allow for e-bikes on roads and/or sidewalks. New York state and New York City differ on the use of e-bikes. Hopefully, the success of e-bikes will force an overall legalization of e-bikes across the country.
Back to the new UBCO 2×2 utility e-bike, the e-bike is hailed as a dual-environment vehicle. This means it’s good for on-road use and off-road use. The company upgraded the e-bike with brake lights, indicators, reflectors, a speedometer, an odometer, and a LED headlight with a high and low beam for street use. It now also includes a motor cut-off switch, a steering lock system, and a Bluetooth app.
The e-bike uses a 52.2Ah (48Ah rated), 50V, removable UBCO lithium-ion battery pack that can be used to power tools or simply charge your phone. The e-bike has two USB chargers (1A 2.5A) and one 12V outlet (10A max).
It also has two electric motors, one in the front and one in the back. And to get you to tackle almost any environment you throw at it, it sports two powerful 1 kilowatt peak brushless DC Flux Drive electric motors (2.4 kWh peak) that are air cooled. It sports two high power density controllers with overheating protection.
Its top speed is 50 km/h (31 mph) and it weighs 63 kg ( almost 139 lb). Its estimated range is 120 km (74.5 miles).
The price is 6,999, which means you can now take your surfboard to the beach with it.
UBCO 2×2 Utility E-Bike Conclusion
Is the UBCO 2×2 utility e-bike blurring the lines between an e-bike and an electric scooter? It definitely looks like it fits neatly in between both worlds. It is aimed at a utilitarian market and looks mighty comfortable off-road as well as on. The company offers custom bags and cargo decks, with an option to fit onto its sturdy frame anything you can fit.
You have lean and fit e-bikes, daily commuters, and even cool retro-looking e-bikes, and now you also have the SUV of e-bikes, the UBCO 2×2 utility e-bike.
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