Denago Fat Tire

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Release Year
Charge Time
6.4 Hours
Maximum Range
40 Miles
Top Speed
20, 28 mph
750 W
80 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 19.2Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
79 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Denago Fat Tire. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

13 reasons to buy

  • A reviewer says the Fat Tire is comfortable and can handle urban duties and light trails.
  • Experts agree the torque sensor provides a natural pedaling feel that requires less effort than other torque-sensing systems.
  • In tests, the bike traveled 35 miles using throttle power alone.
  • The Denago Fat Tire is available as a step-thru or step-over. The step-thru (two sizes) fits riders from 5'4" to 6'5".
  • This bike features fenders, a kickstand, and integrated front and rear lights.
  • The speed limit can be set between 11 and 28mph using the display.
  • An expert reports the Zoom hydraulic disc brakes perform "remarkably" well.
  • Reviewers say 4" puncture-resistant tires provide a comfortable ride. One notes the suspension fork and "plush" tires give a ride quality comparable to full suspension.
  • The high-resolution color display features a password option for additional security.
  • The Zoom 879 suspension fork has 80mm of travel, preload adjustment, and hydraulic lockout.
  • A user says the 750W Bafang motor provides "great off-the-line acceleration." Testing verifies the above-average hill-climbing ability.
  • The 48t chainring has dual chainguards, helping to avoid soiled clothes.
  • The frame-integrated taillights activate when braking, even with the headlight turned off.

7 reasons not to buy

  • Two testers find the speedometer reads slightly high, and the bike never quite reaches the claimed 28mph top speed.
  • One expert notes that, despite its rugged looks, this "isn't a mountain bike or overlanding bike."
  • This bike doesn't include a cargo rack.
  • A user says the battery overstates the remaining range, especially in the final few miles.
  • Experts are disappointed to see Shimano's bottom-tier Tourney 7-speed drivetrain on this bike.
  • A tester bemoans the bolt-on axle, which makes fixing punctures more laborious.
  • Two users say the saddle is uncomfortable on longer rides.

Bottom line

The Denago Fat Tire is a 750W e-bike with 4" Kenda tires, a hefty 921.6Wh battery, and 80mm front forks. Experts appreciate mixed-terrain ability, range, power, and brakes. The bike also draws praise for its comfort, thanks to the fat tires and 80mm front suspension. Some components are quite basic, and a cargo racks cost extra. However, at this price, reviewers think the Denago Fat Tire is a strong option for urban rides and light trails.

Expert Reviews

89/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
Ebike Escape

Denago Fat Tire E-Bike Review – A Large Battery and a Well-Tuned Torque Sensor

The Denago Fat Tire e-bike may be joining a large field, but I think it compares favorably.

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Denago Fat Tire E-Bike Review: 28Mph Off-Roader With a Big Ol’ Battery

The Denago Fat Tire Step-Thru e-bike may have a few cheaper parts and carry some extra poundage, but it wears the weight well by not feeling too bulky while riding (just be careful lifting it by yourself!).

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Electric Bike Report

Denago Fat Tire Step-Thru E-Bike Review, 2023

The only issues I found with this bike, as mentioned earlier, were the seat and the speed at the PAS 5 level. Putting that aside, I think riders who buy this bike will be happy.

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NRG Sports

Denago Fat Tire E-Bike Review – Wow! What an Electric Bike

This one here is the one I use…just a fantastic e-bike… A little bit more expensive, but you get what you pay for.

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Denago Fat Tire ST, Is It an Aventon Aventure Killer???

I paid cash for these bikes, and I’m very tickled that I got them. We’re enjoying the heck out of them.

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