Fifield Electric Bikes this week unveiled a new range of Fat Tyre electric bikes it has created which provide a proven way to cycle on snow, sand and dirt with a choice of either a 500 W or 350 W motor to choose from.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the Fifield E-Bikes and their specifications, which are now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges starting from $1399 for the 350 W mid drive Fat Tyre electric bike.
The developers of the Fifield E-Bikes explain little meant more about what you can expect from their new off-road and urban electric bike range.
Tested and proven on the sand, snow, dirt and pavement, the 350W and 500W electric fat tire bike is unstoppable on any terrain! Fifield Electric Bikes has been around for 4 years, manufacturing and selling our own brand of electric bikes. Over the years we have refined our bike components with brand names, focused on battery life, as it is most important on electric bikes, and added features to improve the ease of use and functionality of our bikes.
We are all bike riders here and know the importance of the small details when riding. We pride ourselves in having created a product that riders don’t want to get off once they begin pedaling. It’s important to show that cycling is also a mode of transportation, which is where the electric assistance comes into play. Additionally, it makes riding easier for those who may not have the ability to pedal a regular bike.
Our two fat tire prototype models have been tested and pushed to the limits. We are NOT a conversion kit company; we create our bikes as electric from the ground up. When a bike is built to be electric there is matching and synchronization of components, which makes for a superior ride, power delivery, and enjoyment. Conversion kits leave more room for error, marrying two systems that are totally different.
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