Lectric Ebikes Unveils 26×4 XPeak

This week I traveled to Lectric Ebikes offices in Phoenix, Arizona to see the launch of their latest ebike, the off road styled XPeak. It’s the company’s first foray into the 26 x 4 inch fat tire segment. It will come in a step over traditional diamond frame and step through models.

Lectric, which is on pace to sell their 400,000th ebike in a few weeks, aims to make the XPeak the market leader in this segment. To do that, they sent the ebike to a US-based bicycle testing lab which put the XPeak through the rigorous eMTB standard testing process to prove the frame, fork, stem, and handlebars can handle off-road conditions ride after ride. The XPeak is now rated to ISO 4210-10 eMTB status.

“This ride has been tested to the most aggressive standard for mountain eBikes (eMTB) – meaning that it’s durable and well-able to take on even the most rugged of terrains.”

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XPeak Highlights

  • RST Renegade suspension fork with up to 80mm of travel provides shock absorption for a
    smooth ride.
  • Quiet Stealth M24 motor technology provides a hushed motor experience without sacrificing power.
  • The front wheel features a Thru Axle wheel attachment system for tool-free installation.
  • A 750W rear hub-motor (1310W Peak) with 85Nm of torque
  • An ergonomic below-the-bar trigger throttle designed for your thumb is easily engaged while simultaneously eliminating joint fatigue.
  • Semi-Integrated and removable 48V, 14Ah lithium- ion battery, is integrated on the down tube of the frame.
  • 11-28 tooth, 7-geared freewheel
  • Hydraulic mineral oil brakes and 180mm rotors
  • Top Speed: 28 MPH
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The XPeak controller (24 amp) will also include Lectric’s new Pedal Assist Wattage Regulation (PWR) programming allows for an improved Pedal Assist experience by assisting the rider up to a certain power level for each PAS setting, instead of limiting the assistance by speed alone.

I’ll be reviewing the ebike sometime in January 2024. In the meantime you can pre-order the XPeak starting November 1st for the cost of $1,299. Shipping will commence in January.