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Of all the various types of e-bikes out there, fat bikes assuredly offer the most unique features and ride quality. But don’t let their purpose-built design fool you, because as useful as they are in areas where you want to ride on sand or snow, they are also really fun to ride. By varying the air pressure, you can improve the performance on a given surface. On dry sand or snow, you can take the tires down to 6–9 psi for impressive grip, or you can add pressure for smoother rolling on the street.


The Boar Hunter makes no bones about what it’s made for—it’s a true hunter’s bike, with front and rear racks and a 9-speed drivetrain made for carrying heavy stuff out into the woods. That paint job looks like camo mixed with snake skin. Make sure you remember where you left it, because it might be hard to spot in the wilderness!

Price: $2799

Frame: Aluminum

Motor: Bafang 500W rear hub motor

Battery: 672 Wh (standard), 960 Wh (optional)

Display: Color LED

Range: Up to 45 miles with the 672 Wh, up to 65 miles with the 960 Wh battery (claimed)

Drivetrain: SRAM X5, 9-speed


House of Lithium’s TJ Aguirre consulted with legendary BMX freestyle rider Rick Thorne to put together a e-bike like no other. It’s one of the sturdiest e-bikes we’ve ever ridden, and it handles a lot like a heavy BMX bike, with power on demand via a throttle. The motor system is really efficient, and since it is a direct-drive motor, it regenerates power when braking.

Price: $ 2099

Frame: Aluminum

Motor: Yamee 750W direct drive rear hub.

Battery: 696 Wh

Display: Yamee color LCD

Range: 30-50 miles

Drivetrain: Single-speed


Big Cat has a couple of choices in their fat bike line, but we think this is the most stunning model of all. Choose between a standard 624Wh battery or a larger 840Wh battery for more range. The claimed 35-mile range is with the standard battery using pedal-assist level 1.

Price: $2845

Frame: 6061 aluminum

Motor: 750W Bafang rear hub motor

Battery: 624Wh

Display: Color LCD 

Range: 35 miles 

Drivetrain: Shimano Altus, 7-speed


The Pedego Trail Tracker frame is available in either a step-over or step-though style, as well as a small 24-inch wheel version. Like the original Ford Model T, the Pedego is available in any color you want, as long as that color is black! However, you actually can select your rim color as an accent. Up front you’ll find a RockShox Bluto fork with 80mm of travel.

Price: $4495

Frame: 6061 aluminum

Motor: 750W brushless geared rear hub motor

Battery: 672Wh

Display: Backlit LCD

Range: 30 miles (estimated)

Drivetrain: Shimano Acera, 7-speed

Suspension: RockShox Bluto, 80mm


This is the sixth generation of the RadRover, which is available in either a step-over or low-step frame version. This generation build adds more power, but they claim that it’s under 750 watts at the ground to stay within U.S. regulations. The bikes are sold as a consumer-direct models.

Price: $1999

Frame: 6061 aluminum

Motor: 750W brushless geared hub motor

Battery: 672Wh, semi-integrated

Display: Backlit LCD

Range: 45 miles 

Drivetrain: 7-speed

Suspension: RST spring fork, 60mm travel with lockout


Magnum’s Scout is a nice-looking bike with two options for batteries. We don’t know why anyone would skimp and not go for the larger battery for a mere $100 more. It comes with a rear carrier rack that can carry up to 55 pounds, and there’s an optional front carrier rack. The polycarbonate fenders will help keep you clean.

Price: $2599

Frame: Aluminum

Motor: 750W Bafang rear hub motor

Battery: 840 Wh or 936 Wh ($100 option) 

Display: LCD

Range: 35-75 miles (claimed)

Drivetrain: Shimano, 7-speed

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