Enter the Cadillac of fat tire electric mountain bikes. The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike is a refined powerhouse packed with a sweet full suspension setup, monster fat tires and a bad attitude towards everything except the nastiest of trails.
Power — 1000 nominal watts, 1500 peak watts
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike has a powerful Bafang mid-drive motor with an output 1000 nominal watts and approximately 1500 peak watts, with a whopping 120 Newton meters of torque. This motor is the perfect solution for unlocking maximum power, both because it can leverage the gearing of the rear cassette, which comes in handy when loaded up with a passenger or tons of cargo and tackling steep hills.
Speed — 28 mph
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike has a top speed 28 mph, which can be reached by using the pedal assist or the throttle. This makes the FAT-HS a class 3 electric bike, which might be restricted in some places.
Battery and Range — 48 volt 14.6 ah, 40 miles
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike runs on a 48 volt system and comes with a 14.6 amp hour battery, offering an estimated max range of 40 miles. The battery is housed inside the downtube, and is locking and removable, but you must first remove a screw before the battery can be taken out of the bike. Having the battery in the downtube keeps the center of gravity low and the weight evenly distributed through the bike so it doesn’t feel back heavy or front heavy.
Pedal assist sensor — Torque sensor
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike is equipped with a torque sensor that measures the torque placed on the cranks. This is wonderful to see on a bike at this price point, and helps to give a truly responsive feel when riding. Unlike cadence sensors, torque sensors allow for near instant activation and deactivation of the motor when the rider starts and stops pedaling. This is especially important for an electric bike geared towards tackling serious off-road trails.
Display — Eunorau, LCD
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike is equipped with a Eunorau branded LCD display located on the center of the handlebars. The display is very easy to read in direct sunlight. It offers plenty of feedback, including speed, distance, battery level and much more.
Frame and weight — 6061 Aluminum alloy, 80 pounds
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike has one color option — gold and black— and one frame size. The FAT-HS is made from 6061 aluminum alloy and weighs in at nearly 80 pounds.
Suspension — RST Guide
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike has RST Guide front suspension with approximately 80 mm of travel, as well as preload adjust and lockout. The FAT-HS also has rear spring suspension, which really helps to smooth out even the gnarliest of trails.
Gearing — Shimano, 9 speed
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike uses a Simano Alivio derailleur with a 9 speed cassette. It also has Shimano Alivio trigger shifters on the right side of the handlebars. This bike also feels like it is equipped with shift detection, which automatically cuts power to the motor when you switch gears to help reduce strain on the components.
Brakes — Hydraulic disc
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike has hydraulic disc brakes with 180 mm rotors in the front and rear. These brakes offer ample stopping power and also have motor inhibitors built in to automatically power to the motor whenever the brakes are depressed. This is great for emergency braking situations and ensure the shortest possible stopping distance.
Warranty — 14 day return, 2 year comprehensive.
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike has a 14 day money back guarantee and a 2 year comprehensive warranty.
Starting at $2,799.00, the Eunorau FAT-HS is not cheap. But with the hefty price tag comes a truly capable off-road machine with power and speed to spare. Free shipping helps ease the cost a little, but let’s be honest… it’s still expensive.
Who’s it for — Diehard electric mountain bikers
The Eunorau FAT-HS electric bike feels like a good choice for those who need a bonafide e-mtb that can really stretch its legs to take you deep into the trails for hunting, fishing or just having an awesome day on the single tracks. This is an ideal setup for serious e-mtb riders who want to leave their non-electric friends sweating in the dust.