Juiced RipRacer – Class 2

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Release Year
Charge Time
4.1 Hours
Maximum Range
36 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
750 W
64 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
51.8V 10.4Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
66.2 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Juiced RipRacer – Class 2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

22 reasons to buy

  • The compact RipRacer weaves nimbly through city traffic.
  • It’s small enough to fit into an elevator, truck, SUV, van or corner of your apartment.
  • RipRacer riders can reach 20 mph via the bike’s twist-throttle.
  • Juiced’s 750W motor hits 1040W of peak power.
  • Small 20” wheels create higher torque while remaining compact.
  • Juiced says the RipRacer fits riders from 5’0” to 6’3” in height.
  • Wide & knobby 4” tires act like suspension on dirt, gravel and uneven roads.
  • The RipRacer has a big 52V 10.4Ah battery, with a handle to help carry it.
  • A big 52V 10.4Ah battery takes the Class 2 as far as 35 mi on a charge.
  • The bike’s battery is removable for security and off-bike charging.
  • The RipRacer’s single-speed drivetrain is simple and low-maintenance.
  • Logan Hydraulic disc brakes ensure powerful stopping ability.
  • The Class 2 RipRacer delivers 64Nm of torque.
  • An integrated 1050-lumen headlight is included with the RipRacer.
  • An integrated tail light is also included. It functions as a brake light.
  • A handle is attached to the seat, making it easier to lift the RipRacer.
  • 4 bolts are provided to attach a long bottle or cargo cage.
  • Juiced’s 52V battery features a hidden port for an AirTag tracker.
  • The RipRacer can haul a total payload of 275 lb.
  • High-rise BMX-style handlebars place riders in an upright position.
  • Color options include Baja Blue, Noir, Mystic Green and Hi-Viz Yellow.
  • A mid-step frame and small size suit this bike to shorter riders and teenagers.

8 reasons not to buy

  • The Class 2 RipRacer features a simple, bare-bones display.
  • Although small, the RipRacer is not particularly light, at 66 lb.
  • Fenders or a rack are not included.
  • A single-speed drivetrain limits your gear range, on the RipRacer.
  • Riders over 6’ may feel cramped on the RipRacer.
  • The motor failed for one owner, after 300 miles of riding.
  • Poor customer service response was reported by more than one owner.
  • Owners say that an unpowered RipRacer is a drag to pedal.

Bottom line

What a little ripper! This wee-bike uses BMX-sized 20” wheels wrapped with fat-bike-width 4” tires. It’s cute, stylish and nimble. This Class 2 version uses a 750W motor that hits 20 mph and puts out as much as 1040W of peak power alongside 64 Nm of torque. This 66 lb rig makes for a bulky one-person tote. But it is petite enough to stand up in an elevator and wedge behind the couch of your studio apartment. Integrated lighting is part of the package but racks and fenders are not. The Class 2 RipRacer employs an uncomplicated single-speed drivetrain and bare-bones display. Its 52V 10.4Ah battery is ample and may deliver as much as 36 miles of range. The Class 3 version asks a higher price but offers extra power, added range and a more detailed display.

Expert Reviews

84/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
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The bike is so much fun that the term “fun-sized” feels even more appropriate than ever. Considering the Class 3 version can be unlocked to go 28 mph compared to the Class 2 version’s limited 20 mph speed, I highly recommend getting the Class 3 version for the extra speed and fun.

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Ebike Escape

Juiced Bikes RipRacer Review – Their Most Affordable Ebike Yet

I’m happy to report that the Juiced RipRacer is a ton of fun. The bike has a BMX feel to it which lends itself to lowering the seat, kicking back and enjoying the ride. It’s the most affordable e-bike from Juiced. I’m excited to see them offer a more budget-friendly e-bike.

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The Frickin' Shredder

RipRacer | Pedal Assist Modes

In eco mode, I’m using 200W. In PAS 1 I’m using 400W. PAS 2, I’m using 500W. PAS 3, right around 700W. In PAS 5… Wow. So far, this 750W motor peaks at 1050W. This motor’s pretty powerful. Whether you’re 20 or 70 years old, this bike could work for you in a lot of different ways. Do I recommend it? Absolutely!

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BigWeave The Trucker

RipRacer – Review

I wanted to show how it fits perfectly in the bed of my Ford Maverick, and this is a small bed. This bike is a pain in the ass to pedal at zero. PAS 3 and 4 get you over 20mph with aggressive pedaling. PAS 5 is like a burst, but it saps battery power quickly.

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Wheel-E Podcast! Juiced Ripracer Riding, Ukrainian Military E-bikes, Cheaper Specialized e-Bikes & More

Sort of a fat-tire BMX bike… This is a really cool design. It combines the high-power, high-performance we know from Juiced but it puts it in this new form-factor. So you’re talking a shorter wheelbase, small tires that are 20” diameter but still fat. I could see myself walking this into a narrow 3-person apartment or an elevator.

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User Ratings

79/100 based on 7 ratings
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