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Top 5 Best Electric Dirt eBikes Of The Year


The most affordable electric dirt ebike you can buy goes to the Sur-Ron X. If you have a limited budget and looking for the cheapest electric dirt bike, I always suggest the Sur Ron. It is the best bang for your buck if you’re on a budget and looking for a cheap electric dirt bike. The Segway X260 could also be mentioned here but the price tag on the Sur-Ron will save you some money.


The electric dirt bike with the highest performance goes to the KTM Freeride E-XC. It has very usable power, good suspension, good brakes and modern ergonomics. The KTM rides most like a modern 2 stroke or 4 stroke dirt bike.


The best dirt ebike in technical terrain goes to the Electric Motion Race. The Electric Motion is a trials style electric dirt bike and has one of the coolest features of any electric bike on the market: a clutch. The bike comes equipped with trials tires, trials suspension and a low cut trials style seat. The EM Race has tons of low end torque and rides extremely well when the going gets rough.


The quietest electric dirt bike I’ve ridden this year has been the UBCO 2×2. It has dual, brushless hub drive motors that relieves the bike of a chain and sprockets. The UBCO 2×2 is a utility style bike and not designed for high performance offroad riding but allows you to sneak around the trails without being heard. The quietest mid drive motor dirt ebike goes to any bike in the Electric Motion lineup, especially the Electric Motion Escape.

Street Legal

The best street legal electric dual sport dirt bike goes to the Zero FX. The Zero FX has been around a long time and has been updated over the years. It has 2 battery options that allow for an impressive battery range and you can ride the bike on the street or on the trail. It is a dual purpose machine that can be used as a commuter or for light off road riding. It won’t ride as strong offroad as a KTM E-XC but you’ll be able to ride to the trail legally.

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