Finally Kawasaki’s First Electric Bike is For Kids

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Last updated on September 21st, 2022 at 09:32 pm

Kawasaki has launched its first all-electric product, the electrode, on the world market. It’s basically a balance bike for kids ages three to eight.

The e-bike is aimed at children who are entering the world of two-wheelers for the first time. It claims 2.5 hours ride time on a single charge.

Kawasaki is known for making pedal-powered bicycles and small displacement motorcycles for those learning to drive two-wheelers.

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 It hosts competitions in the junior category around the world.

The electrode e-bike was created to bridge the gap between pedal-powered bicycles and small displacement motorcycles.

The Kawasaki electrode has an aluminum frame covered in a glossy Kawasaki lime green paint scheme.

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 It has a spacious handle bar and a large single seat for children aged three to eight.

It has scale tip up to 15kg with off-road based tires on 16-inch cast aluminum wheels. Adjustable according to handle bar and seat height.

Information

The Kawasaki Electrode is powered by a 36V 5.1Ah battery that offers 2.5 hours of riding on a single charge.

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 It is combined with a 250W brushless electric motor mounted on the rear wheel. The maximum speed of electronically e-bike is 20 kmph.

Safety

Kawasaki electrodes offer three riding modes: low, medium, high, 8 km / h, 12 km / h and 20 km / h, respectively. 

For safety, the bike needs a passcode to switch between different speed settings.

It comes with a 160mm rear disc brake with adjustable brake lever. E-bikes do not have a suspension unit. The rated load-bearing capacity of the frame is up to 45 kg.

Price and Availability

Kawasaki has launched the Electrode e-bike for children in the global market for $ 1,099 (approximately Rs. 85,880). Not likely to come to India.

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Hello, Harsh G here, the Head of EVsInsider. I completed an ITI (Industrial Training Institute) course in 2021. I am a blogger and also working here as an admin. I am very much fascinated by electric vehicles. I hope that by writing this article, I can share my knowledge of EVs with the rest of the world, particularly in India. Because EVs are the future, we should support green motors in order to save the environment.
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