kuberg ranger is an electric dirt bike/scooter hybrid with a pop-up seat – Designboom
the kuberg ranger is said to be the world’s first dirt bike-scooter crossbreed. and its all thanks for a unique low-weight construction paired with a pneumatic seat. the bike itself is motorized by a powerful yet long-range electric battery that sparks energy for an exhilarating ride.
all images courtesy of kuberg
the uniqueness of the kuberg ranger starts with its durable steel construction which shifts the center of gravity low for better stability on any type of terrain. this freedom of movement allows you – the rider – to stand, jump and speed in absolute comfort. a manitou dorado expert 180mm front fork for fully adjustable suspension further aids the ride. an optional light kit on the front and rear as well as large front and back fenders complete the design.
to complement its construction, the e-bike benefits from a fully reclining seat which redefines it as a dirt bike-scooter crossover. it is versatile yet comfortable, and rises at the press of a button to your preferred height. when riding in a standing position, the airlift seat pops up as soon as you push the handlebars to provide a much needed rest.
reaching a top speed of 50 mph, the kuberg ranger enhances a 14,000 W motor to meet the rider’s desired powerful experience. the battery supports a range between 60-75 miles depending on the style of riding. however, regenerative braking aims to extend your range by recharging up to 15% of the battery when the user slows down. both voltage and capacity are indicated via a small LED screen on the handlebars.
the e-bike’s workhorse mentality goes further by being capable of attaching a flatbed, side rails, front rails and fixing loops. this offers a maximum load of 30 kg and is easy to hook on/off in a matter of seconds.
read more about the project on their indiegogo campaign, here.
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