Kuberg Ranger Electric Trials Dirt Bike Preview

The upcoming futuristic two-wheeled convertible — the Kuberg Ranger electric trials dirt bike — might just be the next step in the evolution of electric dirt bikes. Why convertible? Because apparently you can switch between 2 functions — trials mode and motocross mode — on the fly. The difference between the two? One runs with a retracted seat.

The upcoming all-new Kuberg Ranger trials bike has got Kuberg’s best tech and it’s a two-in-one deal. Read on about this awesome bike.
Kudos to Kuberg for this glorious podium shot of the Ranger. It really shows the bike in quite an appealing angle. (Source: Kuberg)

Scooter, or dirt bike? you decide. The brand new Ranger from Kuberg. Sporting a unique standing position, a fully reclining seat, unbeatable power and unmatched riding versatility.


This is cool and all but will it actually match up with other electric dirt bikes in the market in terms of performance? To give you an idea of what the bike will offer once it comes out, here’s a quick overview of the Kuberg Ranger.

Recap: Who is Kuberg?

Kuberg is an off road electric motorcycle manufacturer and one of the biggest names in the electric dirt bike industry. One of their most popular bikes includes the Kuberg Freerider Street — a street legal conversion of the Kuberg Freerider — also one of their best-selling bikes.

Click to Read Our Kuberg Freerider Street Review

Aside from that, they also make cool electric dirt bikes for kids. And they’ve got a wide range of options for all ages, as well. One of their most popular kids dirt bikes include the Kuberg Trial Hero — another trials dirt bike, but for kids.

Kuberg Ranger Trials Bike Overview

The Kuberg Ranger electric trials dirt bike will be a high speed convertible dirt bike that can switch between with-seat and no-seat on the fly with a button-activated reclinable seat. 

“Our pneumatic seat rises by the press of a button to your preferred seat height.”

Kuberg Ranger Electric Trials Dirt Bike - full body shot
It’s great that Kuberg included a sideways full body shot of the Kuberg Ranger, but we wish they added one with an unretracted seat for viewers to look at. As is, the bike looks like a beast. (Source: Kuberg)

Visually akin to a trials dirt bike, Kuberg claims the Ranger to perform both the roles of an off road scooter and a dirt bike. The Ranger will feature an as yet unnamed mid drive motor which will give off a top speed of up to 50mph, paired with a 24Ah lithium ion power pack which gives 19 miles of range. You can however upgrade this to 38 miles using Kuberg’s optional twin power pack.

Swappable superpower. Handmade by us in our factory, using only the best cells on the market. Housed in a fireproof case and ladened with features to prevent overheating – it couldn’t be any safer. What are you waiting for?


The bike would also feature regen braking which is quite useful for further extending the bike’s range.

How does regenerative braking work? Is it any different from traditional brakes?

A traditional braking system works by friction between the brake pads and brake rotors. 

The slowed wheels create more friction with the road. Heat is created by that friction.

On the other hand, regenerative brakes let the vehicle’s drive system do most of the braking. These types of brakes cause an electric or hybrid vehicle’s motor to run in reverse, slowing the wheels when the driver uses the brakes. 

The motor generates electricity while it’s running backwards, which gets pumped into the vehicle’s batteries. This type of brake works best at certain speeds. The best way to use them is when you’re in a stop-and-go situation.

To further help handle the bike’s electronic features, the Ranger will come with Kuberg’s 48V BDLC Pro controller that also comes with 4 optional power options — 4kW, 8kW, 12kW or 14kW. This controller will also feature 3 as yet unnamed power settings (most likely will be similar to economy, moderate, and high power settings). Let’s just say that Kuberg is confident about the upcoming controller’s quality:

“Our BLDC Controller is the brain behind the brawn. It translates battery power to immense riding power in seconds. With over 4 years of development behind it, it’s nothing short of perfect.”


Considering all these features, the Kuberg Ranger electric trials dirt bike is truly one-of-a-kind and will probably make its mark in the electric dirt bike industry’s hall of fame. We only hope the bike’s actual performance is as good as Kuberg claims.

Kuberg Ranger Trials Bike Tech Specifications

To get a closer first view of the Kuberg Ranger’s to-be specs, check this list out:

Manufacturer NameKuberg
Model NameRanger
Model Year2020
Motor ManufacturerKuberg
Motor ModelNo info yet
Motor PowerNo info yet
Motor PlacementMid-drive
Controller48V Kuberg BDLC Pro with optional power options: 4, 8, 12 or 14kW
Power Pack48V LiOn
Battery CapacitySingle pack 24Ah or double pack 48Ah
Battery RemovalNo info yet
RangeFull power mode 19 miles – 38 miles (double pack)
Ride Mode3 settings
Regenerative BrakingYes
ThrottleTwist throttle
Top speed50mph
MaterialsPowder-coated steel
Seat heightNo info yet
SuspensionDNM Burner-RCP-3
DisplayNo info yet
PurposeDirt trail, dirt track
ConnectivityNo info yet
SecurityNo info yet

Where Would the Kuberg Ranger Fit in the Market?

Judging from its look and features, and how Kuberg promotes the bike, the Kuberg Ranger would most likely fit in both the motocross and trials dirt bike scenes. This is actually Kuberg’s — if not the world’s — first electric dirt bike that can be used well on both kinds of off-road sports.

The advantage here is that you can switch between these two modes instantaneously with the press of a button. It’s quite an ideal, practical and a versatile option for people who like to alternate between riding activities.

Given the redundancy of electric dirt bike types on the market, we’d say the Kuberg Ranger electric trials dirt bike would positively stick out like a sore thumb. This revolutionary bike may indeed be another earthshaker entry in the electric dirt bike scene.

When Will the Kuberg Ranger Electric Trials Dirt Bike Be Released?

Kuberg hasn’t yet made any official announcements on the Kuberg Ranger’s actual release date, but judging from Kuberg’s marketing, it looks like we can get our hands on this awesome bike pretty soon.

If you want first dibs on the bike, you can watch out for it on Kuberg’s website and maybe contact them for a pre-order or reservation. You can also get in touch with them directly through a contact feature on their website.

Mud Bike’s Take on the Kuberg Ranger Trials Bike

The Kuberg Ranger seems like a great bike with all the features that would come with it. But only time will tell if it will be as good as the rest of Kuberg’s bikes or even topple over other electric dirt bikes in the market.

Kuberg’s choice of a convertible bike isn’t without controversy in the Mud Bike offices, though. Chief Editor Evan Bleker seems to think that dedicated offerings make for the best bikes, while convertibility ultimately leads to compromise. Still, he may have to eat his words when the bike is released.

Here’s hoping we get our hands on this bike soon so we can get first dibs on what “awesome” really feels like. So hurry it up Kuberg!

Kuberg Ranger Pictures

If you want a different view angle on the Ranger, don’t hesitate to check out these pictures:

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Nick got his start by stealing his father’s dirt bike and riding it around the neighbourhood at the tender age of 11. These day’s he’s got a full license, so the cops mostly leave him alone. On weekends, he races pit bikes, enduro bikes, and anything else with a motor. Nick’s been a journalist and professional writer since 2017.

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