• Choosing the Perfect Suspension Setup for Your Surron

    Choosing the Perfect Suspension Setup for Your Surron

    Surron X suspension has got a bad rap over the past few years, and for good reasons. Flat landing a jump, or even a spirited ride blitzing the whoops would have been a fast way to blow out a fork or bend a linkage. Now, Surron, being a few years wiser, has made a few…

  • E Ride Pro S vs Surron LBX: Old Fave or Innovative Newcomer?

    E Ride Pro S vs Surron LBX: Old Fave or Innovative Newcomer?

    E Ride Pro is the new kid on the block, releasing their e-motos to the world in late 2023. They have attracted the attention of many riders for their power output and capabilities. However, many riders are comparing the smaller model, the E Ride Pro S, to the Surron LBX – built by a company…

  • Talaria Sting vs Surron LBX: Battle of the E-motos!

    Talaria Sting vs Surron LBX: Battle of the E-motos!

    Talaria Sting vs Surron X Is the Talaria Sting better than the Surron? Or is the Surron still the best e-moto you can buy? This article will discuss something rather controversial, which e-moto is better. If you’re already team Talaria or Surron, then comment below why you’ve chosen your ride. However, if you’re on the…

  • Surron LBX: What mods to get in the first week, month, and year

    Surron LBX: What mods to get in the first week, month, and year

    Why do you need to modify a great e-moto like a Surron?  The Surron X (aka LBX or Light Bee) is one of the best e-motos available. Why is there so much hype around needing to mod it? Think about this… if you brought a top-of-the-line off-road adventure truck, would you be keeping those stock…

  • How to Inspect a Second Hand E-moto to Avoid buying a Lemon

    How to Inspect a Second Hand E-moto to Avoid buying a Lemon

    Buying secondhand to save lots! Everyone is looking to save some hard-earned cash. I’m always on the lookout for a bargain, but is buying a secondhand e-moto worth it in the long run? Or will you run into more trouble than it’s worth? A quick Google search will instantly return with many used e-motos, from…

  • Serious Surron Fork Upgrade: The MX85 Conversion

    Serious Surron Fork Upgrade: The MX85 Conversion

    The Stock e-moto Fork Debate Good suspension on any dirt bike is critical to great handling. Unfortunately, the stock suspension that arrives with your brand new Surron, Talaria, or any e-moto for that matter, is less than ideal if you want to do anything more than commute on the road. Off road, the forks will…

  • This Is the Right Way to Charge, Discharge, and Store E-Moto Batteries

    This Is the Right Way to Charge, Discharge, and Store E-Moto Batteries

    What is an electric dirt bike battery? Everyday life is full of lithium batteries. If you’re reading this on your cell phone or laptop – yep, lithium battery! Since about 1991, Lithium Ion has been storing the electrical energy needed to power everything from portable electronics to electric cars and bikes. Regarding e-moto use, think…

  • Insuring Your Ride: Do You Really Need Insurance for an E-Moto?

    Insuring Your Ride: Do You Really Need Insurance for an E-Moto?

    Insurance on your E-Moto? If you’re like me, you’ll hate the idea of paying for something you hope you’re never going to use. Insurance is exactly that. Pay your premiums, and cross your fingers you’re never actually going to need to call on the help of your insurance company. But… I’ve personally never not had…

  • E Ride Pro: Poised to Compete With the Big E-Moto Brands?

    E Ride Pro: Poised to Compete With the Big E-Moto Brands?

    The E Ride Pro is the latest, exciting new electric motorcycle to hit the market. Topping out at a huge 60mph stock, this e-moto comes with a 72 Volt battery, and 12kW motor right out of the box. Even though this e-moto is brand new, parts to start your customization process are already streaming in.…

  • The Voltage Conundrum: Is a Surron Better with a 60V or 72V Battery?

    The Voltage Conundrum: Is a Surron Better with a 60V or 72V Battery?

    60v or 72v battery? Most riders choose the 72 volt option, but is it actually necessary? Read this article if you would like to find out which battery is actually better suited for your riding style, and why. This could save you tons of time and money!