Double your range for double the fun.
Get 2x extra swappable batteries to instantly double your range up to 40+ miles!*
Light enough to strap to your seat or throw in a bag. And, compliant to UL2271 & UL2272.
*Dependent on total weight, road and weather conditions
"The JackRabbit micro bike could be your best final-mile solution."
Duncan BradyRead Full Article →
"The most useful electric bike is a pint-size prankster. JackRabbit’s new and improved tiny electric motorbike is the perfect first-, last-, and every-mile-in-between solution."
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"Don't let the small size fool you: this thing still kicks electronic motorized ass."
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"Delivering plenty of smiles per miles to test riders at The Big Gear Show, the JackRabbit Micro eBike was one of the most zippy, fun bikes we hopped onto during the event. For zipping around established campsites or commuting to work, the JackRabbit seems poised to be a leader in micromobility."
"It’s the kind of tech gadget that brings joy into the world."
"Small enough when folded up to fit behind the front seat of a car, and light enough, at 24 pounds, to carry up a flight of stairs."
"It just didn’t matter how funny I thought I looked. What mattered was how much fun I was having. And the fact that I was zipping along at 20 mph (32 km/h) on an electric vehicle I could lift with one finger."
"It makes a lot of sense for those who don’t want or need a full-sized bike, and for whom a scooter just isn’t the best alternative. The fact that it’s wildly fun is just an added bonus."
"This JackRabbit is truly clever...the bike was a fun, easy way to run errands around the neighborhood. We also came up with the useful system of leaving the bike in our trunk, parking as far from our destination as we pleased, and riding the JackRabbit the rest of the way."
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"The JackRabbit is no ordinary e-bike, but why should it be? It holds plenty of potential for everything from fun to errands to freedom."
"The JackRabbit is ‘different’ and, by all reports, immensely fun. It’s intended as a quick and easy option for short rides or those last few miles of a commute."
Here's some people that know all about JackRabbit XG
This thing absolutely rips.Reed Stark
New Orleans, USA
As the Director of Electrify Showoff, I was looking for an ebike to travel with from event to event, and as soon as I found the XG I was sold! It’s easy to travel with and even more awesome to ride!Neil Tjin
Director of Electrify Showoff
Los Angeles, USA
Living in a mountainous area, the XG delivers the excitement factor every time. From pavement to dirt, this has been the perfect ride to grab and go!Jose V.
Salt Lake City, USA
500 watt rear hub brushless electric motor
Dual Li-Ion 36V 4.2Ah 151.2Wh (8.4Ah 302.4 Wh total)
Tested & compliant with UL2271 & UL2272
CPSC (CFR - Title 16 - Part 1512)
Multi-function backlit, speedometer & odometer
ECO, MID & HIGH
5 level power indicator
Single on/off button
Thumb-activated variable speed control
Standard front and rear lights via light plug ports
Forged aluminum polished silver moto-style
110-240V input, 42V 3A output
Charge through frame or remove battery to charge
Ride Mode: 53” long x 24” wide x 38” high | Folded: 50” x 7” x 31”
IPX4 resistant to rain and water splashes. Non-submersible
Monocoque 6061-T6 aluminum alloy
7” adjustable range, replaceable 27.2mm diameter
20” x 2.6” all-terrain tire, 65 psi
20” x 2.6” all-terrain tire, standard quick release, 65 psi
Standard 20” x 2.2-2.5” inner tube
MIN TURN RADIUS
41” (100 mm) - capable of 180 degree turns in narrow hallways
Mechanical front & rear disc calipers with 160 mm rotors
4’9” to 6’6”
Up to 275 pounds (125 kg)
*Dependent on total weight. Speed is diminished.
Our research shows that it takes less than 5 minutes for most people to become a comfortable rider on a JackRabbit. But take your time and enjoy the learning process! Watch the below quick video or read the below steps
For JackRabbit OG: Watch this video to learn how to ride a JackRabbit OG
For JackRabbit XG: Watch this video to learn how to ride a JackRabbit XG
JackRabbit Riding Steps:
First, check to make sure that:
- Your footrests are flipped down
- The handlebars are firmly secured in riding position
- The brake is working
- There is air in the tires to the correct PSI range
- And the seat is at the right position for you
- Now, sit on the JackRabbit in the riding position with both feet firmly on the ground and both hands on the handlebars.
- Grip the handlebars with both hands, and make sure you are familiar with the brake lever on the right.
- For your first ride, try coasting before applying electric power. On a nice flat ground (like an empty parking lot), push off with one foot and as you start to coast, let your legs hang for a bit and then lift up and rest your feet on the foot rests. Coast for a bit more and try steering left and right. Test the brake a few times. Sit comfortably back and try not to lean too far forward on the handlebars. Relax, coast and glide!
- Once you’re comfortable coasting and gliding, it’s time to turn on the power.
- While stationary, press the power button on the right side of the handlebars above the thumb throttle. The LEDs (JackRabbit OG) or display (JackRabbit XG) on the throttle should turn on, showing that you have activated power and what the battery level is.
- Before pressing the throttle, push off with one foot to start your forward movement and place both feet on the foot pegs. Once you are coasting and moving forward, use your right hand thumb to slowly press on the throttle. The more you press, the more power will be applied so start slow and get used to the power as you ride.
Have fun!! When you are finished with your ride, remember to turn off the power button to save battery. And always wear a helmet when riding!
No assembly required! JackRabbits come fully assembled and can be set up to ride without any tools!
Before you ride, you should do the following:
For JackRabbit OG: watch this Set Up video
For JackRabbit XG: watch this Set Up video
As covered in the Set Up videos, be sure to fill up the tires with air to the correct pressure, charge the battery, and attach the handlebars securely.
You’ll also need to set the proper saddle/seat height, put the foot pegs down, and test the braking and bell. Then you’ll be ready to learn how to ride!
Not sure which JackRabbit you have? An easy way to tell the difference between the Jackrabbit XG and JackRabbit OG is that the XG has a brake lever on each side of the handlebars while the OG has a brake lever only on the right side of the handlebars. The JackRabbit OG is the original JackRabbit model and there are a couple versions as described in the JackRabbit OG Technical Specifications section below.
For JackRabbit OGWatch this video to see how to fold your JackRabbit into it’s smallest size for storage or transporting as well as how to fold the JackRabbit into Walk Mode to conveniently walk your JackRabbit indoors and slide it into convenient spaces like behind a door, in a closet, or behind the front seats of a car.For JackRabbit XG: Rotate the handlebars 180 degrees or remove them and then rotate the front wheel around 180 degrees. By doing so, this will shave a few inches off the overall end-to-end length. If you need to make it further smaller, you can open the quick release clamp on the axle of the front wheel, loosen the axle pin further, and then remove the front wheel to take 10 more inches off the end-to-end length.