A Motor Designed to Perform
The Trail Maker Elite’s motor is a 300W DC powerhouse located on the rear-wheel hub. You can control it using the bike’s pedal assist or throttle modes. The bike’s robust motor output perfectly complements its light frame, making it easy for you to speed up in very little time. You also won’t lose speed going over bumps or potholes, thanks to its great power output.
Lightweight & A Great Braking System
One of the best aspects about having a light bike frame is how effortless the ride feels. With so little weight to push around, this bike yields incredible acceleration and agility, including agile cornering and near-instant speed gain.
Comfy No Matter the Terrain
Uneven ground can affect your pedaling and balance. Fortunately, the X-Treme Trail Maker Elite comes equipped with 26-inch rims and a front fork. This build and these bigger rims allow you to roll over obstacles easier.
I bought this bike to commute to work everyday. It works perfectly. Good price, very good bike. Seriously, this bike is a no brainer.
I just recently recover from a car accident. With my left knee injured, this bike helps a lot to get me back on road rather than just staying home. Going up and down hills are super easy. This electric bike is the best.
The bike is very well designed and very sturdy frames. This bike get me to school everyday without breaking a sweat. Around 8 miles each way from my home to school and I feel so much healthier than driving my car
I had this bike since early May, and it suits my needs perfectly. It’s rated for a rider’s weight of 350 lbs, and even though I’m at that point, the bike still makes its advertised speed of 20 mph. I can get a week’s charge out of the battery before recharging it with my usual commuting needs. It’s a smaller bike then I’m used to, but its my first electric bike. The only issue I’m having (not related to the performance of the bike) is I’m having trouble finding a suitable replacement battery for the say when mine will, like all batteries, eventually stop holding a charge.