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Ariel Rider D-class all wheel drive fat tire ebike
D-Class Dual-Motored Scrambler Ebike
D-Class Dual-Motored Scrambler Ebike

D-Class Dual-Motored Scrambler Ebike

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Ariel Rider D-Class is selected as Best Fat Tire E-bike of 2019 among other fat tire e-bikes.

Double the motor, all-wheel drive.


Although we’ve been known to make high performance and high-quality ebikes for years, none of our previous or current ebike models had the power of D-Class.

Thanks to revolutionary all-wheel ride technology, riders are able to pick which motor to activate; only rear motor, only front motor, or for adventure seekers; both motors.

Fun in beach or snow conditions, this technology also eliminates the stalling of motors while riding uphill. The ultimate ebike you can accelerate without pedaling while riding steep hills. 2x750W powerful hub motors lets you cruise at high speeds effortlessly in ANY condition.

2 x750W

Geared Hub Motors


Up to 50+

Miles per Charge


48V, 21Ah

Li-ion battery



Mode ready for any adventure

Why D-Class is the best Scrambler Style E-Bike.

2x750W Motor

750W (1500W peak) has an astonishing max speeds and incredible acceleration capabilities.
And you get one on the front, one on the back!

All Wheel Drive

You can easily change the traction of the ebike from front wheel ride to rear wheel ride, or to all-wheel ride with the ease of push of a button.

21Ah Battery

We use the best cell in our newest model which is Samsung. Enjoy the leading battery technology Tesla riders are enjoying.

Bottle Holder

We’re not saying you should sip your beer while riding this super powerful ebike, but if you wanted, you would have a place to secure it tightly. Or water bottle, whatever.

Go The Extra Mile

With 2 motors on demand, you need a powerful and high-efficiency battery! We use the best cell in our newest model which is Samsung. You can enjoy the leading battery technology which Tesla riders are enjoying.

A battery with such capacity and technology let you have an amazing range where you will need to charge your battery less than others. A full charge will be enough for you for a couple of days of commuting.

Pick Your Traction

With our new technology, now you’re able to pick which motor you want to activate while riding this incredibly powerful Scrambler Ebike.
You can pick only to use the front motor or only the rear motor, or if you’re feeling adventurous, just use both of them at the same time.
This choice is all done by a simple switch on your handlebar.

2 motor traction is a completely new way of riding your ebike. Especially when you’re feeling adventurous or just want to zoom uphill without having to pedal.
Unlike traditionally single hub motored ebikes, you won’t lose any traction going uphill, on contrary, you’ll still be able to accelerate.
The fat tires combined with the groundbreaking all-wheel drive, riding your ebike on the beach or snow is especially fun!


Visibility is a huge safety issue on all bikes. That’s why we use the brightest LED headlights on our D-Class

Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Tektro Hydraulic Disc Brake is designed to provide best brake performance for fastest electric bikes. You can always trust brake performance regardless of your speed, weight and even go downhill.

Rear Lights

Safety is a major concern for us. That’s why all D-Class Electric bikes are equipped with LED rear lights to increase rear visibility.

Motor Cut-Off

Both brake levers automatically cut off the motor power when they are applied to keep you safe in even the most surprising situations.


Please note that 2022 D-class models come with front-wheel and brake assembly not attached to the frame and the forks/handlebars are different than the previous versions.




48V, 21Ah with Lithium Samsung cells, rated for 800 charge cycles,


48V, 2A Smart Charger, operates on 100V-240V AC power outlets,


48V, 750W / each.
Max current output: 22Ah/each


Backlit colored LED display with easy diagnostics feature and light sensor.

Hub Motors

750W Brushless custom hub motors with 80Nm of torque,


Front: Motorcycle style bright headlight
Rear: Integrated taillight with brake light mode.

Pedal Assist

5 Level Pedal assist with low profile cadence sensor.


20-40 Miles,


Half twist throttle on the right side.


Water resistant connectors and wiring harness

USB Ports

Below the screen

*Due to ongoing supply chain constraints in the e-bike market, components listed are subject to change without prior notification.
All new components have been carefully tested and inspected to ensure they meet, and in most cases exceed, the performance standard of the item we are replacing.



Hydraulic Tektro HD-E 350

Brake Rotors

Tektro 180mm

Brake Levers

Tektro Dorado HDE350 Hydraulic Disc with 160 Rotors, Dual Piston Calipers, Three-Finger Levers with Motor Inhibitors and Adjustable Reach



Crank Set

Prowheel, Forged Alloy, 170mm Length, 48 Tooth Steel Chainring with Plastic Guide


Shimano Tourney TZ25007428 Derailleur




Suspension fork


AL 6061


7 Speed 1x7 Shimano AltusTZ25007428 Derailleur, 14-28 Tooth Cassette


Durable faux leather


Fork-Handlebar Integrated Aluminum Alloy, 670mm Length


Neco, Internal Cups, Straight 1-1/8"


Since leg steel, spring loaded, height adjustable


Wellgo B087DU Aluminum Alloy Platform


Front: Optional
Rear: Optional


Double Walled, Aluminum Alloy, 28 Hole, 80mm width with punched holes to reduce weight


Exclusive Ariel Rider Ebikes moped-style, banana seat (height isn't adjustable),


Shimano AMFLTX50RCT SIS Index Thumb Shifter


Stainless Steel, 12 Gauge Rear, Silver with Nipples


Kenda Krusade Sport K1188, 20"x4"
Please note that the tires do not have letters on the side as in the photos above.

Wheel Sizes

20 in (50.8cm),

Tire Details

5-30 PSI, 0.4 to 2.1 bar, 60tpi casing, wire bead,

*Due to ongoing supply chain constraints in the e-bike market, components listed are subject to change without prior notification.
All new components have been carefully tested and inspected to ensure they meet, and in most cases exceed, the performance standard of the item we are replacing.



You can refer to this page for D-Class FAQ.

Customer Reviews

Based on 337 reviews
Customer (Laguna Niguel, US)

The D must be for Dynamite!!!
The Ariel Rider D-Class bike is amazing. So excited and happy with my purchase.

Charles R. (Orange, US)

Love it so much I can’t wait till there back In stock so I can buy my wife a matching one.

Jeff H. (Sherborn, US)
The bike is great, the availability of accessories is lacking

For point of reference , I have previously owned a Juiced Scorpion and I currently own a Juiced Ripcurrent S. I sold the scorpion to purchase the Ariel rider as an “around town” bike and it more then took its place. Going from a single motor 750 watt bike to a dual motor 750 watt bike is a huge difference. Even with just one motor it is faster then the scorpion.. the bike is much lighter (although still heavy) the the scorpion and there is much more torque “out the gate”. I typically cruise around town on one motor and switch on dual when going up hills or out in the country… the effect of turning on the second motor is hilariously fun and makes me smile almost every time. There are some things I wished it had which leads to my 4 star score. I wish it had a rear rack standard (I purchased it elsewhere because it wasn’t available) I ordered a trunk box (because the tank bag wasn’t available) and I’d love to have a spare battery (which isn’t available).. if you get the trend there it is that there are absolutely no real accessories available and the ones that are are not in stock. Overall however the bike is solid, fun, and worth every penny.

Dii (Hazleton, US)
Very fun bike to ride (D-Class)

Very fun bike to ride! After near 200 miles here’s my feedback.


1) Built very tough and can take a beating. Have ridden in coal/shale banks and through rocky, muddy terrain.

2) Normally do 25-30 mile rides and battery last throughout ride.

3) it’s a pretty comfortable bike, being disabled I have a high sensitivity to pain and I can manage 25-30 miles.


1) I don’t think the gears are necessary as I always keep it in the lowest setting. Maybe some lower power assist levels would be good.

2) Rear light is not very bright and somewhat dim looking don’t think it helps for safety.

3) I have never reached 30 miles per hour on this bike my max is 28 mph using both motors at around 80%+ battery. Which starts to drop off the lower the battery is to around 26 mph. I don’t think it’s possible to get this bike over 30 mph unless you’re going down hill and gunning it.

4) Weight, if they could cut another 10-20 pounds some how to this design but still keep the ruggedness that would be really cool.

Nathaniel G. (Richmond, US)

Super fun!

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