OKAI Ranger all-terrain e-bike revealed with fat tires and US$1,999 price tag
OKAI has revealed a new all-terrain e-bike, the Ranger. The pedelec is the brand's first fat-tire bicycle, suitable for daily commutes and off-road adventures. A 48 V 750 W Bafang rear hub motor delivers up to 85 Nm torque, with a peak power of 1000 W.
The OKAI Ranger has a swappable 940.8 Wh Samsung battery, with a built-in Smart Battery Management System to protect the battery from issues such as short circuits and overheating. The battery provides assistance for up to 45 miles (~72 km) between charges. Adjustable fork suspension and 26-in by 4-in tires offer grip and a comfortable ride. A top assistance speed of 28 mph (~45 kph) is achievable when you activate the Unlock Speed function.
The Ranger has an integrated LCD touchscreen to show real-time information about the bike and your journey, which you can also view in an accompanying app. You can use the app to configure settings such as custom color lighting and the screen layout. The pedelec can support loads up to 330 lbs (~150 kg); it is unclear how much the bike weighs.
The bike will be available in the US for US$1,999, which OKAI suggests makes it one of the cheaper options on the market. The company also offers a US$100 voucher for customers who pre-order up to July 19.