Electric Vehicles For India News & Reviews Good-lookin’ fatty! Gen3 Outcross fat tire electric bike review

Good-lookin’ fatty! Gen3 Outcross fat tire electric bike review

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Fat tire e-bikes are tons of fun for both on and off-road riding, but their large proportions don’t always look the best. The Gen3 Outcross manages to maintain a sleek-looking frame despite rocking big ol’ 4-inch fat tires.

And while we try not to judge a book (or a bike) by its cover, I’ll never say “no” to a nice-looking fat tire e-bike.

The Gen3 Outcross is even quite modestly priced in relation to its specs.

The reasonably powerful e-bike is currently on sale for a great price of just $1,399 with the coupon code BF300, marked down from its MSRP of $1,699.

Make sure to check out my test riding video of the Gen3 Outcross e-bike below. Then keep scrolling for the rest of my thoughts on this fun-loving electric bike.

Gen3 Outcross video review

Gen3 Outcross tech specs

  • Motor: 500W geared rear hub motor (1,000W peak)
  • Top speed: 32 km/h (20 mph)
  • Range: 56 km (35 mi)
  • Battery: 48V 10.4Ah (500 Wh)
  • Max load: 127 kg (280 lb)
  • Frame: 6061 aluminum
  • Suspension: 100 mm travel spring suspension fork with preload adjustment and lockout
  • Brakes: Gen3 mechanical disc brakes with 160 mm rotors
  • Extras: LCD display with speedometer, battery gauge, PAS level indicator, odometer, tripmeter, light status indicator, front and rear LED lights (though rear use AAA batteries), 5 speed settings, left thumb throttle, kickstand

Good-looking, fun riding

The thing that really makes the Gen3 Outcross stand out is that bright red frame with the nicely integrated battery.

The shiny paint really pops, unlike most simple matte e-bikes.

But the inclusion of the integrated battery pack results in surprisingly clean lines for a large-format electric bike.

I got multiple compliments from strangers about how good the bike looked, which is a quasi-effective method I use for judging the looks of e-bikes I ride. The more people that are saying “Whoa, nice looking bike!” to me at intersections and parks, the more I trust my own subjective opinion.

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