|Speed||15 and 31 mph|
|Power||3 kW (4 hp)|
|Battery Life||800 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||4-6 hours|
The D-class is a scrambler-style dual-motor electric moped by electric bike manufacturer Ariel Rider from United States. The company was founded in 2014 and has it’s own factory and design facility in the USA. The bikes of the company are truly “Made in 🇺🇸 USA”.
The moped has a 1,500 watt electric motor in each wheel (two-wheel drive) for a total power of 3,000 watt. The moped has a top speed of 33 mph.
The moped has a swap-able lithium battery for a driving range of 40 miles.
The moped is equipped with high quality components and innovations for durability such as metal gears. As a result, the D-class can reach higher torque, speed and power.
The moped has a digital dashboard.
The moped is equipped with puncture resistant tires and can be used off-road.
The moped has an adjustable cup holder.
The moped can be equipped with cargo racks.
The moped is available in many colors and can be customized by the factory.
The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
2022 Ariel Rider models
Collapse of Nature on Earth
A group of 200 top scientists indicates that Earth is on the brink of a mass extinction that could drive a million animal species into oblivion in the coming decades, which could cause a collapse of Nature on Earth.
Yearly, 180 million tons of toxic, chemical and ☢️ radioactive waste is dumped into the oceans. It is 'invisible water pollution' that accumulates and increases every year. Hazardous waste has been accumulating in the ocean water for 150 years to such an extent that today, 🐋 whale babies are not able to be born healthy. Industrial companies treat the ocean as a bottomless pit with the idea “out of sight, out of mind”
View report about toxic waste dumping in the oceans:
Some zones in the ocean that are larger than land continents are called ‘death zone’ where no fish can live.
Dozens of death whale babies that washed up in Norway in recent years show that they are already contaminated with toxic chemicals shortly after they are born and Japan recently denied a shipment of toxic whale meat from Norway.
Source: Live Science | The Guardian
In Brazil, one-fifth of the jungle is to be burned in the coming years for the purpose of industrial development. The Amazon rainforest is expected to be gone within decades.
In the past decades, 67 percent of all seabirds have died. Many seabird species could become extinct within decades.
In the past decades, 75 percent of all insects have died. Within decades, a tipping point could be reached beyond which a collapse of nature becomes inevitable.
On top of it all, eugenics on nature (GMO) is forced with corruption.
Opponents of GMO punished with “retaliation and pain“.
View report about eugenics on nature (GMO): GMODebate.org For animals and plants!