The Delfast Top 3.0 Electric Dirt Bike is essentially a dirtbike with pedals; it travels at speeds upwards of 50 mph, has beefy, off-road-ready tires, and offers a battery range of roughly 200 miles on a single charge.
It's incredibly fast, has robust off-road tires, and can get up to 200 miles on a single battery charge, like riding a dirtbike with pedals.
With unrivaled power and record-breaking range, the all-terrain Top 3.0 eBike is the perfect crossover EV for both work and play.
This bike comes shipped to you as a street-legal Class 2 eBike with a validation sticker - powering up to 750W and traveling up to 20 mph. If you want to take it off-road and off paved, city streets, you can unleash its full power in Unlimited Mode. No license plate or special license is needed.
The bike’s motor is capable of accelerating 3000W, withstanding its peak load of 6000W*. Known for its crossover versatility, Top 3.0 delivers top performance on rural countryside roads and trails and is a reliable commuter for traveling around the city. Its pedal-assist mode easily handles hilly or mountain-like terrain, so when you don’t feel like doing all the work, no problem - this bike was built to handle it.
One Charge Range: 200 Miles / 321 Km
In ideal conditions, that's from New York to Philadelphia and back again
Max Speed: 50 Mph / 80 Kph
Reach top speed on Unlimited Mode
This bike regenerates energy while coasting and braking, extending your battery's charge.
Smart Security System
Tracks telemetrics, speed, and other data while functioning with a GPS system and alarm for added safety.
Long Range Ebike
Lithium battery powers up to 200 miles of distance (in ideal conditions) without a recharge
Extreme Motor Power
This bike has a 3000-6000W motor with torque of a modern 2.5L SUV engine.
Environment & Budget Friendly
Electricity costs $0.12/kWh in the US. That means recharging this bike to travel the average 13,500 miles/year costs only $24.
Moto Saddle Option:
Is it legal to own an electric bike?
Owning an electric bike is legal in the United States. Federal regulations limit an electric motor's power to 750W. The speed limit is 20 mph on flat terrain by using the throttle mode solely. Bear in mind that these regulations apply to public roads and trails only. You can ride an e-bike that doesn’t conform to federal regulations on private property only.
*To be considered a Class 2 bike, you must ride it in Limited or Eco Mode and put it into Throttle Driving Mode.
Do I need a license to ride an electric bike?
In the United States, the classification of electric bikes varies by local state regulations. If the state classifies e-bikes as motorized vehicles, then licensing and registration are needed. Otherwise, you don’t need a license to ride an e-bike. To avoid any problem with the authorities, you should consult the corresponding state requirements to ride an electric bike.
Can I ride an electric bike without pedaling?
Some electric bikes have a throttle mode, which allows riding without pedaling. The throttle mode is useful when you need a break or want to go faster and further without using pedal assist.
The warranty period for the Delfast bike is twenty-four months from the date of purchase by the original owner.
Warranty excludes tires, tubes, rims, spokes, brake pads, brake discs, drive belt, grips, keychain batteries, mirrors, kickstand, saddle, and pedals.
Like any rechargeable battery, the battery pack will experience a decrease in capacity over time as it is subjected to charge and discharge cycles. The Company warrants that your battery pack will maintain 70% or higher capacity for at least 500 charge cycles or two years, whichever comes first. The battery warranty does not include damage from power surges, use of an improper charger, water damage, improper maintenance, or such other misuse or normal wear.