X-Treme’s Cabo Cruiser Elite Max 60 Volt Electric e-bike with 4 (20 AMP) batteries & brush less rear 600 watt hub motor.
Cabo Cruiser Elite Max 60 Volt Electric Bicycle
X-Treme’s all new upgraded Cabo Cruiser Elite Max 60 Volt Electric e-bike (highest power unit we offer) The Cabo Cruiser Elite Max electric bike comes standard with a large 600 watt brushless rear hub motor. A 500 watt motor is available for Canadian customers and will ship at this lower wattage due to restrictions by the Canadian government. The motor is installed in the center of the rear wheel and the e-bike is powered by 5 large 60 volt high power batteries (20 AMPS each battery – The Largest Battery We Offer) that will last 3 years or more & can be re-charged more than 500 times. The electric bicycle will travel 30 – 35 miles on a single charge.
The Cabo Cruiser Elite Max is a great tool for commuters or those working on large campuses. The pedals are included free but do not need to be installed. The Cabo Cruiser Elite Max is classified as a power assisted bicycle and is legal most everywhere with no license needed to ride.
Since local and state laws may vary, we recommend that you check with your local DMV for restrictions and guidelines to operating this unit in case they have special provisions which overrule the Federal Bicycle Law.
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Included (To Terminal)
|Watts:||600 Watt (Canadian Models Ship 500 Watts Maximum)|
|Motor Type :||Brushless Hub Motor – Motor is in center of rear wheel|
|Maximum Riders :||Can ride 2 people at once|
|Amps:||20 Amp Circuit|
|Batteries:||(5) 12 Volt 20 AMP Batteries = 60 Volt 20 Ah|
|Tire Size:||16″ Aluminum Wheels|
|Charger:||Smart Charger Included|
|Distance:||Up to 30 to 35 miles per charge – can still pedal if charge is lost|
|Throttle Type:||Variable speed control – Twist throttle|
|Seat Kit Included:||Oversized Scooter Seat|
|Storage Areas :||Large area below seat + Large trunk + Small area near key|
|Braking System:||Front Disc Brake and Rear Drum Brake|
|Drive System:||Rear Hub Motor (No Chains or belts) Motor is in rear rim.|
|Measurements||Length: 68 Inches / Width at Handlebar: 25 Inches / Height at Handlebar: 40 Inches / Height at Seat: 29 Inches|
|Carton Size (LxWxH):||65 X 21 X 34|
|Scooter In Box Weight:||280 Lbs|
|Scooter Weight:||220 Lbs|
|Max Rider Weight:||300 Lbs|
|Spring Loaded Seat:||No|
|Warranty:||1 Year X-Treme Warranty – 1 Year Battery Warranty|
Large items that ship by freight (Cabo Cruiser) include Free Shipping to the nearest freight terminal or to a commercial business address with a loading dock. (Home businesses do not qualify as a business address, business addresses must be to a commercial business location). A business address must have a loading dock to qualify for free shipping also, if it does not then they must pay the additional $30 fee for lift-gate delivery. Schools, churches, resorts, camp grounds and hotels do not qualify for business delivery and may require additional shipping. Port/pier/dock deliveries are also subject to additional shipping. Locations with limited access may require addition shipping fees. Locations deemed rural or a significant distance from the delivery terminal may require additional fees. If your shipping address is to one of these locations your order will be placed on hold if additional shipping is required and you will be contacted for additional payment for those fees.
Home delivery of freight orders is an additional $80 per order, not per item. This includes delivery to the customer’s residence outside/curbside to ground level. It does not include inside delivery or delivery inside an apartment complex to upper or lower levels. We strongly suggest customers pay for home delivery of these large freight items unless they are prepared to drive to the nearest terminal and load / unload these large heavy items themselves. The closest terminal may be more than 30+ miles away from the customer’s residence if they do not live in a major city where the carrier selected for shipping has a terminal for pick up. We will automatically ship any terminal pick up shipment to the terminal that is less than 30 miles distance from the customer. If it is more than that you will be contacted with terminal information so that you can inform the customer and they can confirm they still wish to pick up. If the customer wishes to change to residential delivery after an item has shipped, there are additional fees subject to be charged besides the standard $50 fee.
Any freight delivery that is not picked up at the terminal or refused by the customer is subject to all shipping charges (original charges that are included in purchase price and return shipping costs) being withheld from the refund. A 15% restocking fee may also apply.
A phone number is required by the freight company so a delivery appointment can be made. Failure to provide this at the time of order may cause a delay in delivery as freight items will not be delivered without a scheduled appointment made with the shipping carrier. A delay in delivery may also cause additional storage fees to accrue that will need paid prior to delivery.
An additional $50 freight delivery fee is charged for shipping to New York City (Zip codes ending in 100-104, 110-119, 150-196), Martha’s Vineyard and any island delivery within the 48 contiguous United States. A $150 freight delivery fee is also charged for shipping to any of the Florida Keys (includes zip codes 33040 & 33037).
Shipping cost is determined by 4 factors: ground, freight, delivery location, and zip code.
$0.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped within 48 states by freight but picked up at the terminal or to a commercial business address that has a loading dock.
$30.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped within 48 states by freight to a business address that does not have a loading dock and requires a lift-gate for delivery.
$80.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped within 48 states by freight home delivery to customer’s residence.
If unit is shipped by freight to terminal or a business address with loading dock in NYC Area, Martha’s Vineyard or Island Delivery within 48 contiguous United States.
If unit is shipped by freight to business address without loading dock and requires a lift-gate for delivery in NYC Area, Martha’s Vineyard or Island Delivery within 48 contiguous United States.
$130.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped by freight home delivery to NYC Area, Martha’s Vineyard or Island Delivery within 48 contiguous United States.
$150.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped by freight to a business address with a loading dock in the Florida Keys (zip codes 33040 & 33037)
$195.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped by freight to a business address that does not have a loading dock and requires a lift-gate for delivery in the Florida Keys (zip codes 33040 & 33037)
$200.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipping to Canada by freight home delivery. Shipping only, customs & duties are paid by the recipient. See section on Canada for more info.
$230.00 Extra Cost = If unit is shipped by freight home delivery in the Florida Keys (zip codes 33040 & 33037)
RECEIVING AND INSPECTING FREIGHT SHIPMENTS.
When you receive your shipment, ask the carrier the following questions:
- Is it damaged? Do not sign the receipt before inspecting for damage. Check for holes, water stains, and tears. Pick up cartons if you can. Check for rattling. Listen for something broken inside. Check to see if any packages have been opened or if the sealing tape has been tampered with.
- Is the piece count correct? Count the pieces and match the number on the delivery receipt to the number you have counted. If the shipment is on a pallet, check to make sure the pallet is solid with no voids inside the stack. If the shipment is shrink or stretch wrapped, make sure the wrap hasn’t been cut and pieces removed. Sign only for the type of unit you receive. For example: two pallets. Don’t sign for the number of packages that are supposed to be on the pallet. However, if time permits or the pallet is not banded or shrink wrapped, count the packages, and only then sign for the number of packages.
If your delivery doesn’t check out, do the following:
- If only partially damaged or short, accept it and note exceptions on the delivery receipt. Do not refuse the shipment.
- Email our Customer Care Team with your findings to email@example.com.
How to note exceptions:
- Damage Notations: Be specific. Describe the damage accurately. Pinpoint the locations of all defects.
- Shortage Notations: If part of shipment is missing, write the number of pieces actually delivered on the delivery receipt and circle it. Then write down the number of pieces missing and note them as “short.”
- Signatures: Write down all exceptions on both copies of the delivery receipt. Have the driver sign both copies of the delivery receipt in his full name (not initials or nicknames). After the driver signs, you sign also.