Today, a brand-new Ariel Rider Kepler has been officially unveiled as the latest e-bike with a high-performance electric bike for $1,799.
The latest e-bike features a 1,800W fat tire electric bike with long-range and 32 mph speed.
According to the company, the new e-bike was designed for adventure and pleasure riding and challenges the limits of speed power.
With the 1,800W full-size fat tire as shown, Ariel Rider Kepler has demonstrated its commitment to improving the high-performance of electric bikes as against the normal 1,000W.
Also, another exciting feature of the Ariel Rider Kepler new e-bike is that the e-bike is pre-programmed with street-legal speed limits and can be unlocked for a top speed of 32 mph (51.5 km/h).
It is a known fact that smaller batteries can’t handle such high-speed and high-power operation, which is why the Ariel Rider Kepler comes with a large 52V and 20Ah removable battery. Riders will benefit from 1,040 Wh of capacity, making it one of the largest stock e-bike batteries on the market today.
The maximum range is most likely estimated at slower speeds using pedal assist. Even yet, the large battery may conceivably give half of the stated range when running at near full power, which would be astounding. Because of the battery’s big size, it can’t be one of those cute small built-in batteries that can be hidden inside the frame and must instead be bolted on top. Despite this, the tapering battery design appears to at least partially blend in with the frame.
Hydraulic disc brakes with 180 mm rotors, an 80mm travel front suspension fork, front, and rear LED lighting, 7-speed Shimano shifter, adjustable handlebars, color LCD screen, included front and rear fenders, and an included rear rack is also greatly featured standard to see in the new e-bike.
The new Ariel Rider Kepler e-bike is currently priced at $1,799, down from its original MSRP of $1,999. According to reports, shipping is expected to begin next month, so Ariel Rider Kepler lovers can begin looking for the pre-order sales in order to get the first units.