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OKAI shows new fat-tire e-bike model at Big Gear Show

Published August 1, 2022

PARK CITY, Utah (BRAIN) — OKAI, a company best known for making bikes and scooters for share programs, is entering the consumer market with a line designed for IBD and direct sales. The company is attending the Big Gear Show, which opens Tuesday. OKAI will offer demo's of its first fat-tired model, called the Ranger.

The $1,999 OKAI Ranger features 26x4-inch tires, a "quick-swap" battery using Samsung battery cells and a battery management system that protects the battery from overcharging and short-circuiting. 

OKAI said the bike meets CPSC standards while the battery, battery charger and motor control all are certified to UL standards. The Bafang rear hub motor is 48V, 750w nominal power, 1000w peak power, 85mm newton-meters torque.

The company said the Ranger "achieves speeds of up to 20 MPH on throttle, and up to 28 MPH on pedal through the OKAI app when the unlock speed function is activated."

The bike has an LED touchscreen integrated with its stem. It has two color options and customizable ambient lights on the side.

"With our dominant presence in the sharing industry, OKAI has become a globally recognized brand on a mission to change urban mobility as we know it. We are committed to addressing the 'first and last mile' transportation gaps with our world-class e-bike and e-scooter solutions, empowering people everywhere to navigate their communities in ways that are reliable, fun, and eco-friendly," said Jiangtao Lu, OKAI's CEO.

Robert Dennis, OKAI North America's Director of Sales for its e-bike division, said, "In the OKAI Ranger, we deliver a great choice for consumers: a powerful and durable all-terrain e-bike at a very affordable price. As a cyclist and outdoor enthusiast myself, I love our brand's vision and passion for serving this community. I am excited to present our OKAI Ranger e-bike to clients all over North America."

The OKAI Ranger is now available online or through dealers. Dealer information at

Topics associated with this article: Electric bike, The Big Gear Show / (e)revolution

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