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I couldn’t be happier with the JackRabbit.
It’s fun to ride and so practical. The compact size and maneuverability make the JackRabbit perfect for places like San Diego and San Francisco. With the JackRabbit, I don’t have to deal with parking or ride sharing. And wherever I ride it, I can easily easily return with groceries or whatever in the attached basket. I love it.David S.
San Francisco, CA
So much fun, I purchased a 2nd one less than days later!
So much fun, I purchased a 2nd one less than days later!Bob P.
This just might be my favorite e-toy yet, and I've had many of them... from e-skateboards to e-bikes, scooters to onewheels. The JackRabbit is beyond practical and extremely fun! Weighing in at 24 pounds puts it in a category of its own. The folding design is genius, especially if small space storage is important to you. 20 mph is fast, but the large wheels make it feel perfectly stable! I'm definitely considering investing in a second one for when I have friends over just because they are so much fun!!! I can't go anywhere without having people ask me all about it!! Thanks JackRabbit team for creating such an incredible and innovative e-bike!!!Jeff K.
300 Watt rear hub brushless electric motor
Li-Ion 36V 4.2Ah 151.2Wh
Single on/off button operated on throttle
Thumb-activated variable speed control
3 LED power level on throttle
Removable, secured via barrel-key lock under frame
71W 10-240V, US plug, 1.7 A 41V output
Charge through frame or remove battery to charge
Ride Mode: 48” long x 21” wide x 39” high | Folded: 45” x 7” x 30”
IPX4 resistant to rain and water splashes. Non submersible
Monocoque 6061-T6 aluminum alloy
7” adjustable range, replaceable
20” x 2.5” all-terrain tire
20” x 1.95” all-terrain tire
Standard 20” x 1.5-2.5” inner tube
MIN TURN RADIUS
33” (84 cm) - capable of 180 degree turns in narrow hallways
12% grade - or steeper with human-powered kick-stride assist with throttle
Mechanical rear disc caliper with 180 mm rotor
4’10” to 6’2”
Up to 240 pounds (109 kg)
No assembly required! The JackRabbit comes fully assembled and ready to ride! To see how easy it is to get ready to roll, watch the below video.
Watch this video to see how to fold the JackRabbit into it’s smallest size for storage or transporting as well as how to fold the JackRabbit into Walk Mode to conveniently walk the JackRabbit indoors and slide it into convenient spaces like behind a door, in a closet, or behind the front seats of a car.
It’s GREAT - WE LOVE IT
So far so good.
So much fun!
The Jack Rabbit is so much fun! We bring this with us everywhere as we road trip and it always comes in so handy. Whether you’re cruising down to the beach, around camp, downtown, or just catching a breeze it’s just the thing you need. It catches everyone’s eye too so it makes a great ice breaker to meeting new people when you travel. Highly recommend!
my perfect micro-bike—almost
I am 75 years old, 5’ 1”, 105 pounds most of the time. As a micro-person, I consider the Jackrabbit almost my perfect micro-bike—again, almost. It’s taking me some time and effort to get used to not pedaling, but I already have other bikes of various types including bike/scooters, so I can get that kind of engagement elsewhere. The Jackrabbit’s acceleration is zippy enough to match any class 2 bike I have ridden; the handling is nimble; it has handled multiple passes over some very steep pedestrian overpasses on a 5-mile roundtrip without incident and it is quiet. Good that there's a bell included. I travel through a lot of construction and speed-bump zones. The Jackrabbit takes them in stride without jarring my butt or hands too much. Some of the mods that I have made at home include a suspension seatpost and seatpost rack for a trunk bag. They were easy because of the standard build specs. I plan to do others, but in the meantime, I do have a wishlist for the next iteration (I’d definitely buy one): Wider foot pegs so that my heels don’t contact the lower stays so frequently. Also, round ones, agnostic to my foot’s angle Wider front tire and handlebars to better control the kinda squirrelly handling tendencies Longer wheelbase or more cockpit room in general (see above) Integrated head and tailights, even optional and at the cost of a higher-capacity battery Reflective/puncture proof tires More display information (PAS level, battery percentage or range, etc. like the simpler-level Rad or Bosch displays) A sturdier kickstand A single-speed belt-drive option
This little guy packs a punch and is oh so much fun! Turns heads wherever I go and when riding have a huge grin on my face because it is so fun. Got it for my 2.4 mile commute to work in the city which has been great to use. One drawback, I seem to have to charge it every other time I use it. Not sure if I got a battery that isn’t in its prime or if I am riding it too hard but I was hoping to reach more of that 10-12 mile range when purchasing as advertised. Still a blast if I plan accordingly and do recommend!
LOVED IT SO MUCH BOUGHT A SECOND!!!
There is no bike this light or practical! If you go to a concert, you need this bike, if you go to the beach, you need this bike! Going to a sporting event? You need this bike!! You cant ride scooters into music festivals but you can ride this bike!!! :) Park further away and stick it in your trunk! No looking for a parking space at the venue you to staight to the front and park your bike!!!