Unlike most electric bikes, the Daymak Beast comes with an integrated solar charging system that allows it to reload the battery when traveling under daylight conditions. The onboard 60-volt battery can power it for up to 24 miles on a single charge, with the solar panels adding another 6.2 miles after eight hours of sun exposure. It features inverted suspensions forks, 10-inch alloy rims, 19.7-inch off-road tires, and a lightweight alloy frame. Motor is a 500-watt gearless hub.
With the limited mileage (even with help from the solar panels), we don’t really see this as being a first option for most people’s off-road adventures (although riding it around the beach this summer does sound fun). For short rides around town as a personal commute vehicle, however, we’d actually prefer it over majority of the electric transporters out there (e.g. the similar-looking Scrooser).
Three models of the Daymak Beast will be available, with the higher-end version (whose specs are listed above) going for CAD$3,499.