MT-7 26” Fat Electric Bike

MT-7 26” Fat Electric Bike

Electric systemMain component
Model NO.MT-7Frame26” Aluminum alloy 6061 frame
Motor500W Brushless rear motorTyres26*4.0
Battery48V/12Ah lithium batteryRimAlloy double wall
PasSpeed sensorFront ForkAlloy suspension fork
ControllerIntelligent controllerFront brakeDisc brake
ThrottleNILRear BrakeDisc brake
DisplayLEDSpokesStainless steel
PerformanceSpeed GearsShimano 6 speed
Speed25km/h-32km/h (16 mph -20 mph )DerailleurShimano
Range50km (31 miles)Handle BarAlloy
Max Load120 kg (265 lbs )Seat postAlloy
Weight32kg/37kg (71lbs – 82lbs)StemAlloy
Carton size160*34*86CMBrake LevelF&R disc brake
Loading Qty92pcs/20ft,210pcs/40HQChainAntirust
Delivery45-60 DaysChain wheelAlloy



  • A powerful, feature-rich fat electric bike available in two frame sizes and three colors, suspension fork and seat post really smooth out the ride
  • Extra-large 48 volt, 12 amp hour battery provides the energy necessary to use throttle mode or the highest level of assist without as much range anxiety
  • Lots of attention to detail, the derailleur guard, rear-mounted kickstand, adjustable angle stem, and hydraulic disc brakes really set it apart


  • Good weight distribution, the semi-integrated downtube battery pack improves balance and lowers the center of gravity for improved handling and parking
  • I really like how the rear rack is positioned further out towards the back so that the saddle can come down low and accommodate shorter riders, it’s great that the frame also comes in two sizes to suite medium and taller people
  • I think the frame just looks really cool, the top tube is angled down to reduce stand-over height and most of the cables are internally routed through the frame to reduce snags and improve aesthetic
  • Comfort is a big deal to me, but so is performance, I love that the suspension fork on this bike has preload adjust to reduce bobbing and compression adjust for stiffness along with full lockout (great for heavier riders)
  • The adjustable-angle stem allows you to easily transform this e-bike into a comfortable upright neighborhood bike or get forward, low, and stretched out for trail riding… but to keep an eye on it and tighten if you feel it coming loose at all because it can get stripped, you might even want to bring the included multi-tool along on big rides or replace the stem at some point down the line when you know what body position you really like
  • The Shimano Alivio derailleur is three steps up from the base Tourney model, positioned just above Acera, and offers reliable crisp shifting with two-way action, the nine-speed cassette is perfect for trail riding and provides a nice low range for starting and climbing
  • I love the large, sturdy platform pedals and appreciate the alloy chainring guard and guide to keep your pants clean and the chain from dropping!
  • Minor plus here, the disc brakes are easy to pull, have adjustable-reach levers if you have smaller hands or are wearing gloves and need to bring them in a bit, and they even have motor inhibitors to put you in full control of the drive system but the disc size is a bit small for such a large and heavy bike, Teo has 160 mm rotors vs. 180 mm or even 200/203 which would cool faster and provide greater mechanical advantage
  • The Kenda Juggernaut tires are an upgrade over Chao Yang that I see on some other fat e-bikes, they offer a great PSI range so you can increase traction and ride on snow or sand (lower to the ~5 PSI mark for this sort of terrain)
  • Rather than go cheap with a five or ten magnet cadence sensor, kocass upgraded all the way to twelve and this makes it respond faster so you don’t have to pedal as long to get assist… and of course, you can always just use the twist throttle to help get going from zero
  • The geared hub motor is fat bike specific, this improves spoke bracing angle and the rear spokes are actually thicker for added strength and there are more of them (36 vs. 32 on some other models)

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