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We only sell the latest Sur Ron X!
There has been some confusion around the net. There is another business calling them “Sur Ron Australia”. Volition has a strong relationship with CHONGQING China since the beginning. We are their only legal delegate in Australia.
Please note that Sur Ron light bee is an evolving product and volition only sells the latest. There are a few versions of forks and shocks – DNM, FAST & the NEW all-black Sur Ron branded.
We only sell the latest 2021 Sur Ron X!
Shipping info. 76kg; 165cm x 32cm x 880cm
We highly recommend that riders should replace the stock pads which make a loud sound with Shimano Fin Pads.
The top speed is around 75kmh. This bike is not about the top speed. 150cc can do better. At around 50kg, this bike is about the acceleration (torque) and the ability to jump high.
It is hard to give a fix number. When we go off road , we get about 40km. When we commute , we get about 70-80kg. If you weigh more than 90kg , the bike will do less km than the average.
10amps charger = 3.5 hours. But, you can charge it whenever you like. The performance will see an impact when the battery is very low; thus, you should always top up the battery whenever you can
180Kg. The suspensions have the compression ratio adjustments to suit the weight of the rider.
Why this bike ?
ABOUT SUR RON (虬龙）, it is a Chinese company based in Chongqing , China – a manufacturing hub. It sets a new standard for Chinese manufacturing with their “light bee”. Riders around the world have made comments about how truly well built the bike is.
The X model: The latest and The Best.
Get ready for a new thing in the world. It is immensely beautiful and has the ninja power – high torque, low noise & super light. Get ready to explore not just the trails, technically challenging bush tracks but the high mountains and all the way to the top this time.
It’s designed to blend in your lifestyle with its low purchase and maintenance cost & the high reliability. It also eliminates the clutch and there is no gear selection & the anxiety of motor stalling, the electric motor with one gear is just “on” and ready to engage with its full torque at zero rpm. Thus, the riding on technical trails is more approachable than ever before for average riders who may wish to explore further and faster.
“Light Bee (青蜂)” from Sur Ron China is an insanely fast off road dirt bike competing with the big brands such as KTM & Bike Zero. The company is founded by the entrepreneur “Liu Zhuo” originally from the China’s most successful Alibaba Groups. Sur Ron designed this bike from ground up and custom built every part instead using existing parts. Money wasn’t the subject during the production of the bike. The result is astonishing.
“Light bee” has earned the German Red Dot Award for its freshly original and eye-pleasing design in 2018. Even KTM and Zero bikes have bought the bike to study. In addition, Sur Ron has sold more than 5000 “Light Bee”s around the word in 2018 alone. So, join the team!
Sur Ron light bee is also an evolving product. The all new “X” model 2018 has the upgraded almighty sine-wave controller and as a result, the acceleration feels brutally more powerful, responsive and smoother. The battery life is also exceedingly long lasting. With its 2000Wh massive battery, the ride should last 50km – 80km; enough for most trail riding.
However, Light bee is not about the numbers. Riders around the world have been impressed by its performance off road. Its monstrous torque flies the bike up any steep hill. At 50kg, this bike feels nimble and the manoeuvre feels easy and effortless.
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This video is from Sur Ron China. The language is in Chinese. The instruction is visually clear.
1st Place Winning Race | Sur-Ron X | Electric Against Gas Motorcycles
2021 Sur Ron X from a Mountain Biker Perspective
Happy Volition Customer – Gareth P.
We are the Authentic Sur Ron Australia!
The future is here – E Dirt Bikes (Courtesy of Trent Palmer)