The popularity of fat tire electric bikes in 2020 undeniable and growing at a rapid pace.
Fat tire e-bikes present a great combination of power, stability and the versatility to take things off road when needed.
If you’re familiar with conventional bikes (no motor) you might be surprised to learn that there are a range of electric bike brands that are different from the human-powered bike brands you know and love.
We’ve put together a list of the ebike brands that you need to get to know if you are planning to purchase a fat tire electric bike in 2020 and beyond.
If you are looking for a more detailed rundown of the top fat tire e-bikes on the market, check out our Ultimate Fat Tire Electric Showdown 2020 Edition to find the right fat tire ebike for you. And if you have questions or want to place an order, never hesitate to call us toll free at 888-883-3350.
Addmotor will be a name you have probably never heard of before, but they are a company with a rich history of involvement with things that move on two wheels! Their premiere brands include Motan and HitHot!
Starting off in the motorcycle parts space in 2006, Addmotor has steadily grown and expanded into electric vehicles and are making a bit of a splash with their electric bikes and fat tire trikes.
The first thing you will notice about their flagship Motan fat tire electric bikes is the aggressive styling of the M850-P7 model. This is wound back somewhat in the entry level M-550 P7 with the M-560 sitting somewhere in the middle.
The top of the line Motan M850-P7 features front and rear suspension, which is rarely seen in an ebike at this price point.
That really hits home what we like most about Addmotor. They’ve found a way to cram a ton of value into a full sized electric fat tire mountain bike. There are few other brands that can compete on this value level.
Addmotor is a brand to pay attention to if you favor the mountain bike style. If you mainly want to use an ebike for trail riding, the Motan presents a great option. And don't forget, with all fat tire bikes with 4" wide tires, you can vary the tire pressure from 5 psi to 30 psi, adjusting for road conditions and your personal riding style.
If you this list has piqued your interest in a new fat tire ebike but you still have questions or are struggling to work out which model is right for you, get in touch with us today. Our industry leading customer service department is standing by to help you find the bike of your dreams.
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