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The Biktrix Kutty X Is a Refined Fat-Tire Ebike That Folds


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Please also consider subscribing to WIRED8/10The Biktrix Kutty X will be hard for me to forget. It shares the same shortcoming though—it's too darn heavy.Before cycling (ha!) through my experience with it, you should know that there are two versions of this Biktrix bike: the Kutty ($2,099) and Kutty X ($2,199). This is important because the Kutty X is sold out and won't be available again until later this year, so the standard Kutty is your only option for now.Biktrix is a Canadian company and it ships its ebikes to the US by air directly to your doorstep. The Kutty X comes with a key you insert into the side of the frame. Also, if you're testing a lot of ebikes (as we usually are), sometimes bike shops, or my fellow bike reviewers, simply leave the key in to avoid mixing them up. Lesson learned: Take the keys out before your ride.Biktrix KuttyRating: 8/10If you buy something using links in our stories, we may earn a commission. I've seen an uptick of these heavy, fat-tire ebikes around Brooklyn of late—many of them are Lectric XPs, which makes sense considering its attractive $1,000 price.

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