KTM may offer the Freeride E-XC electric off-road bike for advanced adults. The Staycyc and SX – E 5 are better suited to race-ready, but KTM wants to bridge the gap between entry-level and race-ready models. therefore released 2 more sub- models.
Both 18eDrive and 20eDrive Factory models feature a 36V brushless motor that powers an electric powertrain mounted on a lightweight aluminum frame . Dressed in Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team paint schemes, nylon wheels wrapped in pneumatic tires to cut through tough terrain, and Hayes Dominion disc brakes 160mm front and 140mm rear .
The 18eDrive front fork is a pair of non-collapsible forks, but the 20eDrive paints the Manitou J-Unit ‘s 3.1 -inch collapsible front fork. Seeing an electric bike of this size, KTM delivers something unusual, both models have their own riding modes.
Three color-coded modes are Red ( Training ) , Yellow ( Standard ) , and Green ( Advanced ) . For the 18eDrive , Red accelerates to 14.4 km/h. Yellow limits drivers to 21.7 kilometers per hour. and green, top speed 29 The red 20eDrive version accelerates to 16 km/h , the yellow is 24 km /h and the green version is 32 km /h.
The 18eDrive lasts 30-45 minutes on a single charge, while the 20eDrive can last up to 60 minutes . The 18eDrive , on the other hand, recharges in 1.5 hours , while the 20eDrive takes 3 hours to charge . Well, KTM has a battery voltage of up to 40Vmax (36Vnom) that connects quickly and can be charged publicly.
The StayCyc 18eDrive model is suitable for ages 8-10 and weighing up to 52 kg , the f20eDrive is no exception. In terms of price, the 18eDrive Factory Edition is priced at $ 2,750 and the 20eDrive version is priced at $ 3,200 which does not include import taxes in each country.