Prodeco Outlaw SS recently arrived for ride testing and review!
This first post in the review will give you an idea of what this electric mountain bike is all about with info on the bike’s specifications, a video of it in action, and a bunch of pictures!
The Outlaw SS is unique in that it can go up to 28 mph with pure throttle assistance. Since this does not fall under the 20 mph throttle only limit to be considered a traditional bicycle on the streets, the Outlaw SS has been classified as off road only.
After you review the fllowing specs, video and pictures make sure you checkout the full review of the Prodeco Outlaw SS that includes ride characteristics, range test results, pros, cons, and overall impressions!
Prodeco Outlaw SS Specifications
Frame: Prodeco aluminum frame
Fork: HL Corp 650 double crown magnesium 140mm (5.5 inches) travel suspension fork with 20mm thru axle
Motor: Rear hub direct drive 48 volt, 750 watts (1200 watts peak) motor
Battery: 51.2 volt 9 amp hour LiFePO4 (lithium iron phosphate) 32 cell battery
Assist Options: Thumb throttle with battery level indicator on right side of handlebar
Brakeset: Avid Elixir 5 Hydraulic Disc Brakes with Avid 200mm HS1 Rotors
Stem & Handlebars: Truvativ bar and stem with leather lock on grips
Cranks: SRAM S600 42Tx170 PS crankset
Pedals: Truvativ Hussefelt platform pedals
Tires: Continental Trail King 26″ x 2.4″ wide tires
Seat: Gyes leather saddle
Total Weight: 62 lbs.
Price: $2,199 (at time of testing)
Warranty: Lifetime frame warranty, 2 year warranty on all other components.
Here is a link to the information page of the Prodeco Outlaw SS electric bike.
Checkout the Video & Pictures of the Prodeco Outlaw SS!
The Prodeco Outlaw SS in it’s off road element!
The Outlaw SS on the trail.
The Outlaw SS and the red rocks of Sedona, AZ.
The Outlaw SS sports a 140 mm (5.5″) double crown suspension fork. That’s a lot of travel!
The command center of the Outlaw SS. Truvativ handlebar and stem, thumb throttle with battery level indicator, Avid Elixr 5 hydraulic disc brake levers, SRAM XO grip shifter, and leather lock on grips.
The Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic disc brake lever, leather lock on grips, and the backside of the thumb throttle.
The thumb throttle and the battery level indicator on the Outlaw SS.
Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic disc brake lever, SRAM XO 8 speed grip shifter, and leather lock on grips.
Closer look at the double crown suspension fork on the Outlaw SS.
200 mm rotor of the Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic disc brakes. You need powerful disc brakes when traveling at 28 mph!
The fork on the Outlaw SS has a 20 mm through axle for keeping the flex at the fork / front wheel connection to a minimum.
Continental Trail Kings 26″ x 2.4″ wide knobby tires come stock on the Prodeco Outlaw SS. These are aggressive off road tires!
Truvativ platform pedals and SRAM cranks come stock on the Outlaw SS.
The Outlaw SS motor and 8 speed freewheel.
The Outlaw SS motor provides 750 watts of nominal power and sustains speeds up to 28 mph (45km/h)! Also shown is the Avid Elixr 5 hydraulic rear disc brake.
The 51.2 Volt 9 amp hour lithium iron phosphate battery. The pack easily slides off the back of the rack when the key is turned to release the pack. There is a battery level indicator on top of the battery and a built in taillight on the backside.
Your’s truly out riding the Prodeco Outlaw SS amongst the cactus!
Putting the Prodeco Outlaw SS to the test on the Sedona, AZ trails!
The Outlaw SS and an Arizona sunset.
Now checkout the full review of the Prodeco Outlaw SS!
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