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The HyperScrambler 2 from Juiced is the meaner older brother of the former HyperScrambler that wasn’t widely distributed due to supply chain issues. The newer version has features and a build that resembles the Juiced HyperScorpion. This fat tire behemoth gets up to incredible speeds and will get you further than most e-bikes, thanks to Juiced and their attention to detail.
The HyperScrambler 2 takes after the HyperScorpion in terms of its moped-like appearance, but it crushes all other Juiced e-bikes when it comes to speed, range, and security. That said, this e-bike is the most expensive out of the Juiced line, and for a good reason.
The motor is an exclusive Bafang RetroBlade that offers 1,000 Watts of continuous power before peaking at 2,000W from the rear hub. As a result, the HyperScrambler meets Class 3 speeds of an expeditious 30+mph.
The HyperScrambler 2 gives you an option of a single or double battery integrated into the middle frame. These G2 52V/19.2Ah battery packs are new to Juiced. They’re about 12 pounds each and deliver a combined 1,996 watt-hours of power! That’s the largest capacity available for an e-bike under $4,000. The balancer module allows the bike to pull energy from both batteries equally, or you have the option to drain one at a time.
On a full charge (after 7 hours), you get an impressive 100-mile range. That means this e-bike will practically get you from New York City to Trenton, NJ, and back in the lowest settings possible. They come with 2A chargers, and they can each be charged on or off the bike.
HyperScrambler 2 has decent front and rear suspension. The front suspension is a triple clamp hydraulic fork with adjustable preload, lockout, and compression, and the rear is a swingarm with dual adjustable spring coil over shocks. The front suspension provides better stability at higher speeds than the HyperScrambler 2’s predecessors.
This e-bike’s pedal assist includes both torque and cadence, like the HyperScorpion. The pedal force is measured 1000 times per second to apply proportionate power accurately. The existence of the dual battery helps bring you the juice your pedal assist needs right on time. There are technically seven ride modes: Eco, 0, 1, 2, 3, Sport, and Race. 0 assist mode allows you to do all the work keeping the electric system on to power the lights and USB port.
Speaking of lights, the HyperScrambler has a 2,000-lumen LED halo headlight like the HyperScorpion. It also comes with a USB port to power mountable devices. Unlike the Scorpions, however, the HyperScrambler 2 doesn’t have an integrated rear rack or fenders, leaving the buyer to purchase them separately.
At an incredible 119 pounds, this is no lightweight bike. You’ll throw your back out trying to lift this bad boy in the bed of a truck without a bit of help. It would take a thief a lot to take this bike, but luckily, the HyperScrambler 2 comes with a security system with a deafening 118-decibel alarm.
The seat is very minibike-like and even longer than the Scorpion. It’s a custom padded, 2 feet long, and three and a half inches tall seat. Since the bike can carry up to 275 pounds, two lighter individuals could enjoy the ride together. The only problem here is that the seat isn’t adjustable. It’s branded to fit riders 5’7,” and taller, so shorter riders may have a problem here, and it could cause some discomfort in general. This could especially be the case when they notice the mirrors are fitted as well.
This e-bike comes with integrated turning signals and brake lights so other vehicles and pedestrians can be aware of your next move. While it’s not required of an e-bike, it’s very practical and safe. This seems to be a trend with Juiced Hyper e-bikes.
HyperScrambler tires are the same as the Scorpion and HyperScorpion – Innova 20″x 4.25″ fat, puncture-resistant tires. They’re still mounted on custom-cast aluminum “Mag” wheels. These get fantastic traction on any terrain, so as they say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it .”The brakes on this e-bike are also inherited from older Juiced e-bikes. They’re Tektro 180mm HD-E350 hydraulic disc brakes.
The HyperScrambler comes in three colors – brushed aluminum, black, and red. The frame is custom aluminum and heat-treated to create a seamless structure. It resembles the HyperScorpion, except the HyperScrambler doesn’t have a step-through design, leaving riders to throw their leg over this massive bike much like the Scrambler.
Like each Juiced e-bike, an advanced matrix LCD is included, which features real-time metrics. Cruise control, headlight, throttle assist, speed, and battery life are all controlled from here. In addition, it’s water-resistant, backlit, and fully integrated into the handlebar.
This e-bike is a total of $3,099 with a discounted sale price of $2,499 at the Juiced Bikes online store. If you opt for a single battery, it’s $1,999 discounted from a $2,499 price. It’s the most expensive of their entire collection, second to the new RipCurrent S and the HyperScorpion. Still, it offers the standard 1-year warranty, free shipping, support, and service.
Being the most expensive out of the Juiced line, it’s still one of the least expensive with these enhanced qualities and features. E-bikes that can reach 109 miles are still $3,000+ more than the HyperScrambler, and some that only get 80 miles are worth $10,000 more! Neither look near as tough as the HyperScrambler. If you plan on going for a long ride, though, you might wear comfortable clothes.
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