The Lectric XPeak e-bike sets a new standard
Able to handle almost any urban terrain in addition to off-road riding with ease, the Lectric XPeak e-bike is a great addition to the market of electric mobility. If you don’t intend to tear up any trails, this electric bike could be a terrific grocery getter as well.
According to Lectric, the XPeak has passed the strictest safety testing for mountain bikes (eMTBs), ensuring that it is strong and capable of handling even the roughest terrain. It features 26″ fat tires, a 1,310W peak motor, and a trail-ready RST Renegade suspension front fork to smooth out the ride.
We praise Lectric’s emphasis on going above and beyond the necessary safety testing to rate the bike to ISO M4210-10, which is a standard typically found on much higher-end electric mountain bikes. Because of this, the Lectric XPeak e-bike is priced at a very reasonable $1,299, which is less than its MSRP of $1,399, even though it had to utilize better quality parts this time around, such as a more durable suspension fork that costs around $400.
The motor is a rear hub motor rated for 750W continuous use. Furthermore, the motor is 400% quieter than its prior 750W motors. Considering it can propel the e-bike up to 28 mph, it is rather astounding. The bike is pre-programmed with a 20 mph speed limit for riders who prefer Class 2 operation, however, riders can use the bike’s display to unlock the higher speed operation.
The 48V battery is UL-certified for further safety and has a 14Ah capacity for 672 Wh. A top-tier adjustable RST suspension fork, 180 mm rotor hydraulic disc brakes, quick-release pedals for easier transportation in a car, a front wheel with a thru-axle for increased strength, LED headlights and taillights, and integrated cable routing within the frame for a sleeker appearance are all features of this bike.
Take a closer look at Lectric XPeak e-bike the below.