Haoqi Antelope Pro is a Useful Dual Battery Ebike

Haoiqi Ebikes (pronounced (“how-chee”) sent me their dual battery cargo ebike, the Antelope Pro for testing and review. 

It’s one of the few dual battery ebikes on the market which you can buy for under $2,000. 

Price: $1,899 | Buy it Here (affiliate link)


  • 11ah and 14ah batteries for a combined 25ah of power
  • 750 Watt Rear hub Bafang Motor
  • 80 nm of torque (extremely good off the line)
  • Payload capacity: 350 pounds
  • Range 55 to 80 miles
  • Champagne gold cutout rims to save weight
  • 7 Speed Shimano Tourney
  • Ships as Class 2, can be unlocked to Class 3
  • Bike weight 73 pounds with both batteries
  • 2 Chargers (6-9 hrs)
  • Mechanical Disk Brakes w/ 180 mm rotors
  • 14-28T freewheel
  • Min Seat height is only 28.7 inches
  • Front suspension with 50 mm of travel
  • Top speed 26-27 MPH


The Antelope Pro gets off the line as quick as any ebike I have tested to date. Terrific torque off the line makes it ideal for throttle only street crossings.

The additional cargo rack turns it it a useful mini cargo ebike and the dual batteries will take you far. There’s no range anxiety in this ebike.

I wish the champagne colored rims were just chrome (personal preference) and they need to add an adjustable stem (which I did) fo rbetter comfort, especially for taller riders.

Overall, the Haoqi is a solid, not spectacular ebike for the price. 

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