MOAR: Fat Tire, Folding Frame, Electric Bicycle

Folding frame fat tire ebike with 85 mile range, 1000w motor, 48v battery, full suspension & more.

Latest Updates from Our Project:

Tue Jul 3 '18 Announcement
7 months ago – Tue, Jul 03, 2018 at 11:07:37 PM

We have been busy. ALL brake light issues have been resolved on the Rapt and Rapt II. QC is scheduled for Rapt II this week.  

Another US shipment is coming right after w/ Rapt I and II in the mix. 

Other countries will follow closely too. 

Anodized frames are finally out of the alignment shop. Will go into build next week.

Thank you Team MOAR for hanging in there!

Sat Jun 23 '18 Announcement
7 months ago – Sat, Jun 23, 2018 at 11:42:07 AM

We are planning next shipment to US.  Will also include the Rapt I.   Rapt II will be retrofitted with brake light fix by end of next week.  We'll organize QC and shipping ASAP.   Anodized bikes are taking a bit longer to align.  This process is extremely crucial to the ride of the bike and need a lot of TLC to do properly.  That's why there are not that many full suspension fat bikes on the market.  

Fri Jun 15 '18 Announcement
7 months ago – Fri, Jun 15, 2018 at 02:50:01 PM

We have isolated report that the battery might not hold up very well under rainy situation.  We suggest if you do ride in the rain it might be a good idea to cover up the top of the black plastic end part of the battery where the tail light fits onto the aluminum case, just as a precaution.  

In case your battery got wet and the BMS shut it down, you can let it dry and air out for a day or so and try charge it again to reset the BMS.


Sun Jun 10 '18 Announcement
7 months ago – Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 05:18:31 PM

Hi Team MOAR:  The Rapt II are starting to get their Brake Light Fixes.  This will take a little over a week. We'll start QC on the bikes once they are done.  

Mon Jun 4 '18 Announcement
8 months ago – Mon, Jun 04, 2018 at 04:00:42 PM

Pls write to: regarding any issues you might have after you received your bike.  Don't forget to attach any relevant photos or video.  Thanks TEAM MOAR!