Introducing the FRX1

Say hello to the UBCO FRX1 Trail Bike. Built for extreme off-road riding, whether you’re shredding the trail, climbing uphill, or taking on the local tracks.

MSRP US $8999 (Coming soon)


The product price structure is prospective and may be subject to change due to supply chain, manufacturing or currency related factors.

With its 15kW peak power brushless motor, lightweight mid-drive frame and hardcore off-road suspension, the FRX1 is the perfect fusion of mountain bike and dirt bike.

Lithium-ion 2.2 kWh battery pack
Twist throttle, no clutch
15 kW liquid-cooled, brushless motor
Lightweight robust and durable frame
Adjustable regenerative braking

The UBCO FRX1 Trail Bike is built for extreme off-road riding, whether you’re shredding the trail, climbing uphill, or taking on the local tracks. With the freedom of a mountain bike and the exhilaration of a motocross bike, FRX1 is all about fun.

Weighing in at only 132lbs, the bike is built on a lightweight aluminum alloy frame that makes no compromises on robustness or durability. The liquid-cooled brushless motor delivers a top speed of 50mph. A twist throttle and no clutch means engaging all this power is instantaneous. Access massive torque while maintaining bulletproof low-speed control.

The beauty of electric is the low environmental impact, but the FRX1 finds the advantage in performance as well. This e-trail bike runs on a 50V Lithium-ion 2.2kWh battery pack that delivers a maximum range of 62 miles and can be recharged in six hours using a standard socket. For a longer ride, look to the fully adjustable regenerative braking system for up to 10% increased battery capacity. And for additional control, count on the immediate reaction of front and rear 4 pot hydraulic brakes.

Prepare to push yourself and the limits of your riding further with the all new FRX1 Electric Trail Bike. Go where others don’t, and go there faster.


Height* 1120mm | 44”
Length* 2030mm | 80”
Width (handlebars) 790mm | 31”
Curb weight 60kg | 132lbs

*Height / Length measures are approximate


Max speed 80km/h | 50mph
Max range up to 100km | 62mi
Max torque 280Nm


Max power 15 kW
Liquid-cooled, brushless motor
Twist throttle, no clutch


50V Lithium-ion
2.2 Wh Li-ion cells
Up to 10% regeneration with braking
Full charge time: 6 hours


High-power density controller
with overheating protection

Frame and body

Mid-drive design
7000-series aluminum alloy frame
50/50 weight ratio
Low center of gravity
High torsional stiffness


Front adjustable compression and rebound
Rear adjustable high- and low-speed compression, rebound and spring preload
250 mm front and rear travel


Motocross style seat
Seat Height: 870mm | 34in


Adjustable regenerative braking
Front and rear 4 pot hydraulic brakes
220mm rotor diameter


19” lightweight, high strength alloy rims


Bluetooth with user app.


FRX1 Trail Bike 12 months
Power Pack 24 months
Spare Parts 6 months

Vehicle Class

Off highway vehicle (OHV)

Pre-order an FRX1 in the United States

Secure your own UBCO FRX1 today by paying a $100 deposit online.

Keen to know when the bike will be released in your corner of the world? Sign up to our mailing list to stay in the loop.

How does it work?

When you pay your deposit, UBCO will pass your details on to your nearest authorised UBCO dealer who will then contact you and complete the order. The Dealer will assemble and test the FRX1(s), following our strict quality standards.
Once ready, the Dealer will contact you to arrange pick up or delivery.

Still have questions? Feel free to send us an email.

For our full Pre-Order Terms & Conditions for the FRX1 please click below.

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Get your FRX1

That’s right, you can purchase your very own FRX1!

We are taking pre-orders soon.

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