MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black
MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black
MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black
MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black
MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black
MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black
MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000_Black

Specs

  • Motor: 2000W Rear Hub Motor
  • Battery: 60v 18ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Throttle: Variable Twist
  • Key: Yes
  • Top Speed: 32 mph
  • Max Rider Weight: 450 lbs
  • Recommended Age: 16+ Years Old
  • Frame: High-tensile steel
  • Range Per Charge: 20+ miles in optimum conditions
  • Charge Time: 4-8 hrs
  • Front/Rear Tire Size: 225/55-8 (bearing 6201)
  • Shocks: Not needed, Handled by the massive air filled tires
  • LED Headlight: Yes
  • Brake: Hydraulic Front and Rear
  • Wheelbase: 51 inches
  • Seat Height: 28 inches
  • Box Size: 76x18x36 inches
  • Box Weight: 160 lbs
  • Scooter Size: 71x32x45 inches
  • Scooter Weight: 123lbs
  • Warranty: 60 days parts replacement

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MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W Fat Tire Electric Scooter MT-FatTire-2000

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Specs

  • Motor: 2000W Rear Hub Motor
  • Battery: 60v 18ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Throttle: Variable Twist
  • Key: Yes
  • Top Speed: 32 mph
  • Max Rider Weight: 450 lbs
  • Recommended Age: 16+ Years Old
  • Frame: High-tensile steel
  • Range Per Charge: 20+ miles in optimum conditions
  • Charge Time: 4-8 hrs
  • Front/Rear Tire Size: 225/55-8 (bearing 6201)
  • Shocks: Not needed, Handled by the massive air filled tires
  • LED Headlight: Yes
  • Brake: Hydraulic Front and Rear
  • Wheelbase: 51 inches
  • Seat Height: 28 inches
  • Box Size: 76x18x36 inches
  • Box Weight: 160 lbs
  • Scooter Size: 71x32x45 inches
  • Scooter Weight: 123lbs
  • Warranty: 60 days parts replacement

A Powerful Off-Road Electric Scooter for Everyday Fun!

Have an exciting commute and tear the road in style with the MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W! This gorgeous futurist modern scooter features massive air-filled fat tires and plenty of power that gives it a big bike performance without the noise!

Have Fun with this Powerful Electric Scooter

Do you need an affordable electric scooter for commuting? If you want a rugged electric ride that will get you anywhere, the MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W is for you. This handsome electric bike features a lowrider scooter design with streamlined details, large ape handlebars, and the most massive fat tires in the market. This scooter is a perfect indulgent toy for adults and teens who want a no-fuss ride.

Perfect Dimensions

The MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W measures 71” L x 32” W x 45” H and weighs around 123 lbs. It has oversized tires, a key ignition, a kickstand, and a charger. This motorcycle comes with a license plate bracket, road legal lights, headlight and blinkers.

Loaded with Modern Tech

The MotoTec 60V/18Ah 2000W is powered by a hefty 60-volt lithium-ion battery pack with a 18 Ah capacity. The bike charges to full in just six to eight hours, so you can charge for an hour or two to extend the range.

Customer Reviews

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Taylor Carson
Overall well worth the money!

Pros-
No gas or mandatory insurance to pay for, license requirements may vary by state though.
It goes as fast as advertised and as far as advertised, this thing will take you all the way across town, maybe to the next town, and back before it does. The acceleration and breaking is quite good.
Pretty durable, mine still runs fine after years.
I personally think it looks cool, fairly customizable as well (as shown in the pictures).
Plenty of room at the base for storage.
Headlight is decent.
You'd think the reviewers here talking about how much attention they get would be exaggerating, but no, this thing catches eyes. Between hearing strangers yell bad*ss and f*gg, I've heard it all.
Turning takes a while to get used to, but it's completely fine.
Very safe balance wise, no risk of tipping sideways or pulling a wheelie.

Cons-
They try to cover up the lack of suspension with the big wheels, but this thing takes bumps hard, you'll wanna let a little air out of the tires first.
The battery display really sucks, it'll show a neutral display, the battery goes down when you speed up and back to where it was when you slow down, it makes it incredibly difficult to judge how much you actually have left or how long it'll go speeding up.
The seat is mighty uncomfortable, my buns are sore after just a couple days using it to get to work.
Pretty stealable, get a good lock.
No speedometer, and you have to turn on the headlights using the key
The charging time takes forever, I've plugged it in at half battery, passed out after work for 8 hours and come back to it barely reaching its top bar on the display.
Very clunky and hard to maneuver from off the scooter, pretty heavy and big in general.

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Conor Long
Super fun! Super shaky!

I love the scooter. It goes very fast and it's my new commute to work. I can get to work and back on a single charge, and people stop me all the time to admire it (I did trick it out a bit). Only problem is that there is no suspension at all. Even on perfectly flat roads, it tends to get really shaky and rough at higher speeds. Other than that, it's a joy to ride.

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Jesse Delie
Just add color

Got this bike 2 years ago and still impressed. Built larger and softer seat, added strap-on rechargeable tail lights and paint. Gets a lot of attention!

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Johnnie Holloway
Excellent

I fully love my Mototec Fat Tire Scooter it’s sturdy fast and it’s a head turner everywhere I ride this scooter people are like where did u get this from and they even my self call it the new Bat Mobile .

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Randy Mad Menace
Everyone thinks it's Batman's Bat Mobile

This thing gets some SERIOUS attention. It gets up and moves, and the brakes on this thing are awesome! Riding in around Denver with a group of rented, not-rented Apollo and other top end scooters and onewheels, Everyone looks at this one, the scooters are just another scooter to anyone looking but this... this is NOT just another scooter... Everyone says "That thing is sick!" "I want the one HE has!" "where did you get that?" and "How much did that cost?" the Onewheel crowd was blown away at the price vs their Onewheel's, and the mini bike community accepts it as one of their own.
It's stated range of 20 miles is pretty conservative, and might be based on full throttle 20 miles because I have now ridden it well over 20 miles, 3 times in a row and , as far as I know, I haven't yet killed the battery. In fact, on paper it should have died long before the Apollo Ghost Scooter and Aventon Adventure E-bike I first cruised it with, yet the Aventon died first and it's pedal assist.

For the FPV community, it will easily hold the Pyrodrone field bag, the biggest bag known to FPV drones at the moment, and still have room for your feet without any modifications.

And then there is the couple of "Bad" things about it.
1. 2A charger?... it takes over 9 hours to fully charge with the supplied charger (order a 4a or 5a one to reduce that time)
2. The battery meter sucks.
3. The seat is just hard foam. Props to Gary Grassi for making that much needed change
4. you WILL want to reduce the air pressure in the tires... some small bumps will make your teeth chatter if you aren't ready for it
And not really a deal breaker, but it has no speedometer so you will have to use your phone and an app if you don't want to risk a 6mph sidewalk speeding ticket.

A couple of minor planned future changes for me:
1. New and better headlight and
2. Add a tail light
3. Add a Speedometer
4. Actual Battery voltage meter
5. Motorcycle style saddle seat with suspension