iGo Outland Oka Electric Bike Overview

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This is a review of the iGo Outland Oka electric bike. In this video review we will test the iGo Outland Oka electric bike, powered by a powerful 500W hub motor.

This iGo Outland Oka electric bike will take you through any terrain or weather conditions such as snow, sleet, sand and even gravel.

With quick handling and unrivaled versatility, this electric bike  makes every ride an adventure.

There is no limit to where the Oka can take you.

Designed in Canada

  • $2,699.99 USD
  • Clearance for up to 26 x 4.5 tires
  • Powerful 80nm rear hub motor

Watch the video for complete details:



  • FRAME – iGO Alloy 6061 Fat 26 ,internal cable routing, in-frame removable battery, Electronics access port


  • HANDLEBAR – 700mm Sport
  • STEM – Alloy 2 Degree Rise
  • SEAT POST – Alloy 31.6
  • SADDLE – Velo for iGO
  • BRAKE LEVERS – TEKTRO Auriga Hydraulic
  • BRAKE CALIPERS – TEKTRO Auriga Hydraulic disc
  • ROTORS – 180mm


  • SHIFTERS – Sram X5, 1×9
  • CHAIN – KMC Z8
  • REAR DERAILLEUR – Sram X5, 1×9 speed, Long Cage Black
  • CASSETTE – Sram PG-970 11-34


  • TIRES – Chaoyang 26″ x 4”
  • FORK – RST Renegade Air, 120 MM Travel , 26” w/lockout
  • RIMS – iGO Alloy 26×4.0, Black


  • MOTOR – Bafang 500 Watt ( 750 Watt Peak ) Geared Rear Hub Drive for Fat Bike
  • TORQUE – up to 80Nm
  • DISPLAY UNIT – iGO TFT Color Backlit, Diagnostic, Battery, Status, BMS Voltage, Light Switch, Main Power, Power-assist Mode Selector, Speedometer, Odometer, Trip Timer
  • CONTROLLER – 48V, High Power Density Sinusodial, Mosfat based up to 70 AMP, Bluetooth
    iGo Connect App Available in IOS or Android (April 2020)
  • BATTERY TYPE – SAMSUNG 18650 Removable in Frame Lithium Battery
  • BATTERY (AH) – 14Ah
  • RANGE – 70km (45mi) *
  • POWER ASSIST – 6 Levels of power assisted pedalling (5 x PAS + 1 x Off Road Mode)
  • THROTTLE – Any time on demand thumb throttle ( Removable )
  • SENSOR – Torque Sensing
  • CLASS** – Class1 / Class3 capable where permitted – max speed 45km/h (28mph)
  • BATTERY CHARGER – 110/220V Smart charger, LED status ,UL, 2A


  • ACCESSORIES (INCLUDED) – Rear Cargo Rack Boss for Optional Rack, Water Bottle Boss under Top Tube, Kickstand, Tool Kit

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Power In Motionhttp://powerinmotion.ca/
Power in Motion is based in Calgary, AB, Canada and is a specialist in urban electric transportation and heated outerwear (MotionHeat division). We offer high-quality e-bikes, electric bike kits, electric bike services, and bike accessories. In addition, our heated outerwear division (Motion Heat) carries our in house developed heated glove liners, heated gloves, heated insoles, and heated vest to keep you warm and conquer cold weather. We also have extensive battery experience and offer Lithium-ion battery packs for e-bikes and our heated apparel line.

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