2014 Kuberg Cross

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Designed for beginner riders from 5 to 12 years old, the Kuberg Cross is a compact electric bike that has a lot to offer.

The motorcycle weighs only 32 kg, but thanks to its tough construction it can carry a maximum weight of up to 220 lbs.

The advantage offered by the Kuberg Cross over any other conventional motorcycle is its instant torque available from the moment you start the motor. Talking about the motor, the 2014 Kuberg Cross is propelled by a 750W, 36V electric unit which delivers a maximum speed of up to 17 mph.

The engine is linked to a set of 12Ah SLA batteries that can be fully charged in six hours using standard 110V or 220V sockets. According to Kuber,g the energy stored in the batteries will keep the bike rolling for up to two hours.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Kuberg Cross.


Promotion to the next division. CROSS is the world’s first electric MX bike for riders from 5 to 12 years old! Thanks to heavy duty design and quality parts this bike will easily carry riders up to 220lbs! Amazing extra powerful motor delivers serious riding experience with lots of instant torque for incredible acceleration. High quality custom made suspension and great brakes will help the riders to build up correct riding techniques. MX riding in NO NOISE, NO OIL. NO GAS. NO KICKSTART. NO HOT EXHAUST. NO CARBURETORS. NO JETTING. Freeride or back yard riding! Cross is equipped with speed dial control and safety features.


Price$ 1,699 inc VAT
Motor750W, 36V
Batteries12Ah SLA x 3
ControllerPWM, 40 amp
Rangeup to 2 hour
InputStandard 110V or 220V
TransmissionClutchless one speed
Final drive61T / 13, 420 chain
Top SpeedApprox 17 mph (27 km/h)
Charge time6 hours
FrameSteel double cradle tube frame, powder-coated
Wheelbase35" (89 cm)
Seat Height23" (60 cm)
Handlebar Height30" (91 cm)
Front BrakeDisc Type
Rear BrakeDisc Type
Brake discs – diameter160 mm
Shock absorberSpring
Tires16" x 2.4" KENDA
Weight62 lbs (32 kg)
Carrying capacity220 pounds (100 kg)
Warranty30 days

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