Fucare Gemini X review: Super cool 28 MPH electric bike with a super weird frame and two batteriese-bike review

by Micah Toll

Fucare Gemini X Tech Specs Motor: 750W rear geared hub motor Top speed: 28 mph (45 km/h) Range: 80 miles (130 km) on pedal assist Batteries: 48V 10.4Ah x 2 (998 Wh total) Weight: 80.5 lb (36.5 kg) Max capacity: 400 lb (181 kg)

Fucare Gemini X Tech Specs (Cont'd) Wheels: 20-inch x 4.0-inch urban tires Brakes: Hydraulic disc brakes Extras: Large color LCD display, headlight and taillight, included rack and fenders, 6-speed gearing, front suspension, USB charging port in display

The first thing you notice about the Fucare Gemini X is of course the unique frame; it’s got tubes for days.

And the 400 lb weight capacity (181 kg) speaks to the strength of the frame. Hopefully other parts like the brakes are up to that level of weight, but the hydraulic stoppers feel darn sturdy, too.

With two 500 Wh batteries, the Fucare Gemini X is packing 1 kWh of capacity – that’s enough for 80 miles (130 km) of range on low power pedal assist, or closer to around 40 miles on throttle only riding at around 20 mph (32 km/h).

Fucare even offers a 15 Ah battery upgrade option, if you really want to push the capacity further. Unless you’re doing delivery work, I don’t think you’ll need the larger capacity battery. Two 10.4 Ah batteries (500 Wh each) is plenty for most average riders.