Wallke X3 Pro / ReAspire FAT26

85/100
BikeRide Score
?
Where to buy
If this bike is out of stock, take a look at our other highly rated bikes.
We earn affiliate commission. Learn more

Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Charge Time
5.0 Hours
Maximum Range
60 Miles
Top Speed
28 Mph
Watts
750 W
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 14Ah
Class
Drive
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Weight
54.4 lbs
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Wallke X3 Pro / ReAspire FAT26. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

14 reasons to buy

  • X3 Pros were fast, easily reaching 28mph on flats.
  • Uphills, power-assist was beefy and did not lag.
  • The X3 Pro’s foldability made it perfect for apartments, cars and other tight spaces.
  • An owner reported two long days of riding before charging was needed.
  • An expert was impressed to see powerful, dual Tektro hydraulic brakes on this rig.
  • Owners found that, overall, components on the X3 Pro were durable.
  • The X3 Pro was usually easy to assemble, coming mostly pre-configured.
  • This bike’s regenerative feature noticeably charged batteries on fast descents.
  • Angular styling appealed to owners, who said it looked ‘futuristic’.
  • Customer service provided detailed advice and amended faults.
  • The X3 Pro’s suspension setup handled real trails and small drops.
  • This bike’s folding hinge didn’t budge, even on shaky trails.
  • The display’s ‘battery percentage’ indication was more accurate than a ‘bar’ system.
  • Folding and unfolding the X3 Pro was said to be easy and intuitive.

10 reasons not to buy

  • This bike’s 54lb pound weight made it difficult to carry when folded.
  • Throttle is not regulated and kicks in at full power.
  • Off-road riders found handling with the 650mm handlebar was a bit twitchy.
  • The battery rattled during off-road riding.
  • Owners sometimes found the phone charger to be unreliable.
  • The X3 Pro’s frame does not have a place to attach a water bottle holder.
  • A number of owners found that the manual wasn’t helpful.
  • Some riders would have preferred 180mm , rather than 160mm brake rotors.
  • An expert noted that the X3 Pro’s super-fat tires needed more power to push.
  • A bike mechanic warned that pedaling through turns could create dangerous acceleration.

Bottom line

The X3 Pro is a beefy, foldable e-bike. Owners were pleasantly surprised with the durability and quality of components. It was furnished with a sturdy folding hinge that didn’t rattle or flex during off-road use. With standard 26” mountain bike wheels and gigantic 4.0” tires, it will take you across trails, sand, mud, snow and post-apocalyptic streets. That said, it isn’t the smallest option available. As a hub-driven e-bike, power assist was unregulated and could have an ‘on-off’ feel. The battery sometimes rattled on bumpy terrain. Overwhelmingly, owners were pleased with this powerful and versatile folding, fat e-bike.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Electrified Reviews

Full Size Folder With Full Suspension. Wallke X3 Pro Electric Bike Review

Overall, a pretty good quality, folding, fat-tire, full-suspension bike… for people who need something that can go off-road and on-road, something that can be used as a long-distance commuter…

Visit full review

User Ratings

89/100 based on 35 ratings
  • 5 star
    69%
  • 4 star
    20%
  • 3 star
    9%
  • 2 star
    3%
  • 1 star
    0%

Comparison

In comparison to averages of categories
Wallke X3 Pro / ReAspire FAT26
85