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Ariel Rider X-Class

Ariel Rider
Battery
18650
Range
55.3 miles
Charge Time
240 minutes
Power
1.5 kW (2 hP)
Price
$1,499.00
Bicycle pedals
Swappable Battery
made in 🇺🇸 United States
Brand
Ariel Rider
Battery
18650
Model
X-Class
Battery Life
800 cycles
Power
1.5 kW (2 hP)
Range
55.3 miles
Speed
15.5 mph and 28 mph
Charge Time
240 minutes
Top Speed
29.8 mph

The X-Class is no longer in production.

The X-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 for a top speed of 29.8 mph.

The moped has a swap-able lithium battery for a driving range of 55.3 miles.

The moped has a 7-speed gear for optimal performance when using the pedals.

The moped is equipped with high quality components and innovations for durability such as metal gears. As a result, the X-class can reach higher torque, speed and power.

The moped has an advanced LCD Display with USB charge port.

The moped is available in many colors and can be customized by the factory.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

American Manufacturer

Ariel Rider Ebikes (Arba International LLC) 3025 NE 181 Street Lake Forest Park Lake Forest ParkWA 98155🇺🇸 United States

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