Frame-wise, the Defender S is made of 6061 aluminum alloy. Unlike other e-bikes, this one includes a full-suspension frame that allows for 165 mm (6.5 in) of travel.
Uniquely, there are protruding forks and fairly large tires. In addition, the rear suspension is protected by DNM A0-42RC shocks, while the front suspension is equipped with an RST Guide with a mileage of 75 mm (2.95 in).
The Defender S is an AWD vehicle driven by two 750 watt Bafang hub motors operating below 48 volts producing a total of 1,500 watts of power. For the e-bike class, it is quite high and is able to cover terrain at speeds of up to 35 mph (56 kph).
This electric bicycle is equipped with dual batteries. The capacity of a pair of Samsung 48-volt 17-amp-hour batteries is possible to cover a range of up to 80 miles (128 kilometers), depending on road conditions. If the battery is depleted, it will take six hours to fully recharge.
Continue to the wheel. A pair of 26-inch black alloy wheels grip a pair of 4-inch Kenda Sport tires. Includes K-Shield protection coated with aramid and ceramic particles under the tread, which can help protect tires from punctures.
There are Eunorau internal hydraulic disc brakes with 180 mm (7 in) rotors on the front and rear tires. It is even complete with a motor cut-ff sensor feature hidden in the brake handle. You can order the Defender S Pro on IndieGoGo for a starting price of $1,999