If you asked us, “What are the best off road electric bikes?”—the HPC Revolution AT tends to rush to the front of our minds. It is built, from the ground up, to tackle the off-road. Its 1500W mid-drive motor provides hellish power, while the impressive suspension system keeps everything as smooth as possible.
Why We Like It – HPC Revolution AT
The HPC Revolution AT is what peak performance looks like on off-road trails and mountains. Fitted with a 1500W mid-drive motor and excellent suspension system, no trail or mountain is beyond your reach.
Durability & Build Quality
One good look at the HPC Revolution X E Bike and you’ll get a feeling it’s heavy. At 79 lbs., it certainly is, despite having an hand welded aluminum frame, reinforced with carbon fiber. Specific design choices were made to cut out as much as possible without disrupting integrity, and Hi Power Cycles nailed it. The handles are nice and stiff, thanks to their carbon fiber nature. As for the pedals, there’s a fair amount of grip, especially with the right footwear.
Performance (Speed & Acceleration)
The HPC Revolution AT can hit astounding speeds—so fast that it isn’t legal on roads. The standard 1500W motor can reach 45mph, twice the watts of Quietkat Ranger 750. Torque is phenomenal for hills, though pedal assist is an option, it’s only as an add-on. There’s even a 3000W option.
Range & Battery
If anything’s weak, it’s the standard 910Wh battery. We expected something more substantial than 40 miles on a single charge for the price you pay. If you want, say, 75 miles or more, you’re tacking $1000+ onto the bill.
Two MVPs here: full suspension and brakes. With how well the HPC Revolution AT can handle steep drops, the Emerald inverted fork and DVO Jade rear shocks keep you stuck to the ground like a spider. And what better way to put a halt to all this power than Maguara’s MT7, 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes?
The HPC Revolution AT is, quite frankly, very expensive. You could buy the IZIP E3 Peak Plus four times. That’s the cost of buying high-end parts. Also, the HPC Revolution AT can’t be driven on roads legally, so only those with private land or access to OHV trails can take full advantage of it. On a budget, the Juiced RipCurrent S is $2500.
HPC Revolution AT Wrap Up
The HPC Revolution AT is a monster of an off-road electric bike, taking advantage of some of the latest tech. That comes with a hefty cost. In return, the 1500W motor will let you climb just about any hill, mountain, or trail; you’ll max out at 45mph; all the while your suspension system keeps you together.
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