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Juggernaut XD Duo

Sale price CA$7,249.00 Regular priceCA$7,799.00

Delivers the sweet spot for capability and comfort with a mid-drive motor

XD Package

Choose your installed package to fit your riding style; while it be cruising commutes or adventure riding

****Adventure Package doesn't include Rack & Fenders

Suspension seatposts offer great riding comfort as they absorb many of the imperfections on the road/trail.

***Adding a suspension seatpost to your eBike will increase the minimum seatpost height by 100mm/4" to 150mm/6"

Elevate your ride's comfort and control by upgrading your ebike fork, ensuring a smoother journey over any terrain.

**The Wren Fork upgrade is incompatible with available front fenders. Choosing this option will eliminate any front fender, even if the commuter package is selected.

Illuminate your path to adventure with an upgraded eBike headlight, delivering superior visibility and style for night-time riding.


Secure your investment by opting for an extended warranty through the BiktrixCare+ plan.

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Sale price CA$7,249.00 Regular priceCA$7,799.00
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Custom Built

Unmatched. Power. Reliable.

Getting plenty of power to the rear wheel is exciting, but has always come at the risk of ongoing costs in replacement parts, and time lost riding. Many casual to moderate riders will not ride hard enough to cause such issues. But for those who want to push the limits, a more robust solution was needed to build the dream e-bike machine, with extreme endurance.

Designed and Built In Canada

The XD Drive system was developed in Saskatoon, Canada, by a team of e-bike enthusiasts with a shared passion for better solutions to transportation. The global pandemic conditions forced them to improvise, adapt, and overcome, tackling the bike parts shortages, chip shortages, shipping shortages, and forces of nature simultaneously throughout development.

The resulting product and its manufacturing approaches are primed for navigating such challenges with agility, and competitive in-house solutions.

Performance. Fully Loaded.

Mid-Drive Motor

This in-house designed and tested motor feeds 2000+ Watts power through a direct drive secondary chain to the rear wheel. This means unmatched power, performance and durability!

Heavy Duty Dual Drive Chain

This rugged 219 chain can handle many times the forces a regular bike chain can. This chain is over-engineered for extreme durability!

Twist Throttle

Unleash the power of the XD Dual Drive motor with just a flick of the wrist!

220mm Rear Brake Rotor

The 220mm rear brake rotor along with Tektro Dual Piston brakes will quickly and reliably bring you to a halt.

SRAM NX Bike-Side Drivetrain

The 11-Speed SRAM NX Drivetrain on the bicycle side of the bike with a 11-42T Cassette will ensure you have the range to tackle any adventures the XD leads you to!

Armageddon Headlight

The Biktrix developed Armageddon Headlight with 2000 lumens of brightness will ensure your path stays lit up and fully visible!

Technical Specifications

Size & Fittings

1 Effective Top Tube Length 620mm 24.4in
2 Seat Tube Length (Classic Bike Size) 430mm 16.9in
3 Reach 460mm 18.1in
4 Stack 630mm 24.8in
5 Chainstay Length 520mm 20.5in
6 Standover Height 730mm 28.7in
7 Head Angle 68° -
8 Seat Angle 71° -
9 Head Tube Length 200 mm 7.9 in
10 Fork Length 530mm 20.9in
11 Front Center 790mm 31.1in
12 BB (Bottom Bracket) Drop 80mm 3.1in
13 Fork Offset 30mm 1.2in
14 Wheelbase 1320mm 52in
15 Total Length 2040mm 80.3in
16 Max Seat Height 970mm 38.2in
17 Min Seat Height 820mm 32.3in
18 Handlebar Height 1120mm 44.1in
19 Weight (Without Battery) 30.6kg 67.5lb
1 Effective Top Tube Length 620mm 24.4in
2 Seat Tube Length (Classic Bike Size) 470mm 18.5in
3 Reach 480mm 18.9in
4 Stack 670mm 26.4in
5 Chainstay Length 550mm 21.7in
6 Standover Height 750mm 29.5in
7 Head Angle 68° -
8 Seat Angle 71° -
9 Head Tube Length 200 mm 7.9 in
10 Fork Length 530mm 20.9in
11 Front Center 790mm 31.1in
12 BB (Bottom Bracket) Drop 90mm 3.5in
13 Fork Offset 40mm 1.6in
14 Wheelbase 1330mm 52.4in
15 Total Length 2040mm 80.3in
16 Max Seat Height 1010mm 39.8in
17 Min Seat Height 860mm 33.9in
18 Handlebar Height 1140mm 44.9in
19 Weight (Without Battery) 31.2kg 68.8lb
1 Effective Top Tube Length 630mm 24.8in
2 Seat Tube Length (Classic Bike Size) 520mm 20.5in
3 Reach 500mm 19.7in
4 Stack 630mm 24.8in
5 Chainstay Length 520mm 20.5in
6 Standover Height 760mm 29.9in
7 Head Angle 68° -
8 Seat Angle 71° -
9 Head Tube Length 200 mm 7.9 in
10 Fork Length 530mm 20.9in
11 Front Center 790mm 31.1in
12 BB (Bottom Bracket) Drop 80mm 3.1in
13 Fork Offset 30mm 1.2in
14 Wheelbase 1320mm 52in
15 Total Length 2040mm 80.3in
16 Max Seat Height 1080mm 42.5in
17 Min Seat Height 920mm 36.2in
18 Handlebar Height 1150mm 45.3in
19 Weight (Without Battery) 30.6kg 67.5lb

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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Joshua McMinn
Awesome bike, but a little cheap on the overall package

So let's get this out up front. As an e-bike, this thing is AWESOME. It rides great. The motor is very springy and accelerates or climbs like a dream. It easily does 30mph on flat ground and can get to 35mph before you get to the point where the motor is going full blast to barely increase the speed, which is fine -- it's geared for quick acceleration and for use as a bicycle. If I wanted to go faster than 35mph, I would have bought a Sur Ron or something like that at a pretty similar price point. All and all, if you are looking for an electric bicycle that sits in the grey area between a bike and motorcycle, but is closer to the bicycle side of the spectrum, this is it. The suspension is smooth -- at least on pavement. The 27.5x3 Kendra tires I got are solid and a good compromise between super fat tires and "bike" tires. The metal fenders are built like tanks. While it would have been nice if it already supported it, the add on mount for a second battery is already there for when they get that working, which is nice. Basically no complaints on the actual ride.

So why not 5 stars? Because the overall package is a bit chintzy on quality of life features, and this is a premium price point. You could seriously start looking at electric motorcycles at this general price point, so that is the sort of thing this is competing against. The most glaring omission is that the bike ships with a rear reflector as opposed to a tail light that powers off the bike battery. Yes, this is officially an off road bike that is technically not street legal in most localities. Yes, the premium is mostly for the dual drive motor. But on the other hand, it was sold with a "commuter package", so "wink wink", we both know what is up, and for $5600 it ought to have a working tail light like most much cheaper e-bikes do. Yes, I can get a rechargeable battery powered tail light. But now I have to remember to take it off to charge it, remember to put it back on, and remember to turn it on separate from the headlight, and for the price of this bike I shouldn't have to do that.

Second, the included DS104 display that comes on it is a little underwhelming at this price point. It's mostly functional -- other than the fact that the software doesn't compensate for draw current when displaying battery remaining, causing the meter to swing wildly, and show much lower remaining batterly when the motor is running than what is true, it does the job (not sure if the battery gauge issue is Biktrix programming or the default display firmware). It's just that the plain black on white LCD feels very basic on what is a very premium bike. I'd probably forgive the look if the battery gauge properly corrected for draw current and didn't spazz out, but -- it kind of feels like they had trouble getting any display working with this motor, and managed to get this specific one barely functioning and just went with it, which is fine on a prototype. Less so on a sold premium product such as this.

To be fair, the included Armageddon headlight is definitely premium and not "chintzy", and I have no real complaints at all about it. A minor quibble that they had to hard wire splice it to the battery cable, apparently because they don't have it with a compatible slip plug, but then again, you won't be looking to replace this. The commuter package included rear rack is adequate -- I have no complaints about it other than the lack of places to bolt something onto it, but that complaint applies to literally *every* third rack on the market, so can't fault Biktrix for that.

Anyway, I do really love the bike part of the bike. The thing is a beast. It's incredibly fun to ride. It is quite amusing to beat cars off the line at traffic lights. (grins). It's just that for the price point, the overall package matters, and there are some quality of life misses here.

Timothy Hanson
Muscle Car of E-Bikes - Juggernaut XD Duo

I am impressed with my e-bike.
It is powerful, with power to spare.
I'm a big guy, but my new e-bike doesn't seem to notice.
The 11-speed gears when peddling shift smoothly, quietly and don't ever sound like the chain is going to jump to an adjoining sprocket. The brakes work well when needed. And the suspension gives me a comfortable low-shock ride over bumps.
Did I mention the power? I used to have a bagger motorcycle that would launch with a quick jersey on the throttle...this e-bike is no different. While riding I just feather the throttle and it responds. On my first tune-up ride I was peddling along on a slight downhill at about 15 mph. I gave a quick jerk to the throttle and the front wheel came off the ground. So, now I gently rotate the throttle when needed, and I rarely use more than 10 percent power.
I am very happy that I did the research to find a bike that can get me anywhere without getting off and walking, because I just can't peddle up the steep hills like when I was a young man.
I think I made the right choice of e-bike, and the concern about adequate power is no longer a concern.
If you want power, you'll get it with this e-bike. I would recommend this e-bike to anyone.

lon needles
XD bike

Seems fine.

Sam I am
Solid Bike but lacks

The bike is solid but distance per charge sucks and top speed is mediocre.

Paul DiGiovanna

What I expected, powerful and fast. No disappointment. Great ride, Amazing motor. The unexpected, motor is very loud, bike is a bit heavier than I thought. Biktrix customer support has been first rate, very responsive. Overall outstanding.

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