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BigRigSteve takes the Mokwheel Basalt Ebike out for a spin and review!

Meet the Mokwheel Basalt, the world’s first all-terrain electric bike with integrated power station technology that allows you to charge your devices whenever you want. While we didn’t get sent the inverter, we did test out the ebike itself. I have to tell you that is a great fun to ride this ebike! The quality is way above par and built extremely solid. With normal care, it will last many, many years. There are many places to make customized adjustments that you can pretty much adapt it to whatever your build and style of riding is. Night riding is safer with a bright LED light and rear running and brake light.

Built with bulk and made to last. More speed. More power. And more distance. Designed with an underneath fitted battery, BASALT boasts better protection for a satisfactory ride. Capable of taking you anywhere and everywhere.

What’s the range? 60-80 per charge – Lithium-Ion Battery Samsung 48V 19.6Ah

How much can it carry? 400 lbs

How powerful is the motor? 750W

Tires CHAOYANG 26×4.0″ Puncture Resistant Fat Tire

Display LED Integrated

Brakes TEKTRO HD-E350 Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Chain KMC Stainless Chain


Derailleur 7 Speed Shimano Rear Derailleur

Front Fork 110mm Adjustable Suspension

Frame 6061 Aluminum Alloy with Internal Battery

Gearing Shimano 7-Speed Throttle Thumb Throttle Handlebar Aluminum Alloy 31.8mm, 720mmy

Kickstand 6061 Aluminum Kickstand

Rims Aluminum Alloy

Saddle Customized Comfort Leather Seat

Spokes Front 13 and Rear 12 Gauge

Product Link: Mokwheel Basalt Ebike:

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2 thoughts on “BigRigSteve takes the Mokwheel Basalt Ebike out for a spin and review!

  1. Excellent Bike and Excellent Review.
    I just got a similar bike about 2 weeks ago.
    Butt is a little sore, but I am having a great time with it.

    Thanks for reviewing.
    Safe travels!

    Don Morgan

  2. HI Steve. Nice idea but New York already has a law prohibiting E-bikes in New York City because they have had about 30 fires and five deaths due to people bringing their E-bikes into their apartment buildings at night. The cheap Chineseum batteries catch on fire when they are being charged which in turn catches the building on fire. A word of advice, don’t charge the batteries in or near anything that can burn. The same as the Chevy Bolt’s that all got recalled because they were catching on fire just sitting.

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