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Kuberg Ranger 14 kW Race

Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Kuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range62 miles
Charge Time2 hours
Power14 kW (18.8 hp)
Price$6.150
Handmade
Trailer
made in Czech Republic  

Specifications

BrandKuberg
ModelRanger
Speed15 and 31 mph
Power14 kW (18.8 hp)
Weight110 lbs
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cyclesโ„น
Range62 miles
Charge Time2 hours
 

The Ranger is an innovative dirt bike-scooter cross-over from electric motorcycle manufacturer Kuberg from Czech Republic. The company is well known for its electric dirt bikes for young riders. The company was founded in 2011 and its motorcycles are handmade in Czech Republic.

The Ranger is a unique vehicle that provides the advantages of a powerful dirt bike and that of a nimble city scooter with zero knee obstruction and a low center of gravity.

The moped has a powerful 14,000 electric motor for a top speed of 50 mph.

The moped has two lithium batteries for a range of 62 miles or 75 minutes full throttle. The charge time is 2 hours.

The moped has a unique Air Lift reclining seat, which allows the seat to be moved down toward the rear shock so that the moped can be used as a kick-scooter.

Kuberg Ranger electric moped Air Lift seat

Kuberg Ranger electric moped trailerThe moped is designed to be used with a trailer and can be ordered with a trailer with a carrying capacity of 66 lbs.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

 

2022 Kuberg models

RangerKuberg Ranger electric kick-scooter dirt-bike cross-over 14000 watt 100
$6.150
18650 Lithium
62 miles
 

Sales Department

Kuberg North America

Phone: +1 954 323 6531
Email: cliani@kubergnorthamerica.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/kubergnorthamerica

International

Kuberg
Mankovice 158
742 35 Mankovice
Czech Republic

Phone: +420 608 757 353 (WhatsApp)
Email: kuberg@kuberg.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/kubergmotorcycles


 

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