Where you ride your bikes depends on any number of things, including your location, what type of bikes you own, and your comfort level. See below for our suggestions for each bike category.
Trike and electric tricycle
Viribus Electric Tricycle Model
Recommended paths and trails
- Paved Paths
- Flat or low-grade terrain
- Well-maintained packed dirt trails
- Limestone or gravel trails
Whether you are taking your Viribus e-trike for a ride around the neighborhood or a commute through the city streets, you will be ready to go even further with the extra boost of power
However, it's essential to be mindful of and check your local laws regarding the areas where electric bikes are allowed to be ridden. Compliance with these regulations ensures a smooth and legal riding experience, enhancing both safety and enjoyment.
- Motor: 500W Peak Power
- Battery: 360 Wh
- Range: 21 Miles
- 2 Years Warranty
Mountain electric bike
Viribus Panther Electric Mountain Bike
Recommended paths & trails
- Mountain Bike Trails
- Rugged Trails
Mountain bicycles are the perfect companion for rugged trails and handle rough terrain very well. Built to handle rocks, roots, and other gnarly bumps in the road, a Viribus mountain bike is at home off-road.
Many people buy a mountain bike with a main intention of riding them on bike trails; however, most bike riders want to know if they can ride their mountain bike on the street.
Whether they want to take their bike for a spin around the block or simply ride it on the road to get to the trail, it’s a completely valid concern! And I’m here to answer the question and address the concern.
Whether it is a mountain bike, electric tricycle, commuter electric bike, or any other type of bike, it is always meant to be ridden. With that being said, it is absolutely possible to ride a mountain bike on the street.
However, every type of bike is built to be better at certain things, and mountain bikes are built to be the best bikes for riding on mountains and bike trails.
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It’s kind of like shoes… different shoes are better for different things. Basketball shoes are great for playing ball, running shoes are great for running, and walking shoes are the best for walking. But you can wear any type of shoes to do anything and they’ll still get the job done.
If you ride your MTB on the street, it will get the job done and allow you to travel from one place to another! There will be a few downsides, but it will definitely get the job done!
- Motor: 650W Peak Power
- Battery: 499 Wh
- Range: 37 Miles
Fat tire electric bike
- Soft Sands
- Thick Grass
- Heavy Rain
- Slippery Snow Surface
- Steep Rocks Face
Whether it's snow, sand, mud, or even just wet pavement, a fat tire bike can handle it. Thanks to the oversized wheels, which provide extra traction and stability.
Dirt trails and technical terrains are no problem for a fat bike, and you'll be able to ride in places that other bikes simply can't go.
- Motor: 500 W (peak 1000W)
- Battery: 468Wh
- Range: 55 Miles
- Color: Khaki / Beige / Gray
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