Vanpowers Unveils GrandTeton, the All-Season E-Bike Beast at CES 2024


Vanpowers, known for its innovative e-bikes like Manidae and UrbanGlide, introduces GrandTeton, a robust fat-tire electric mountain bike (MTB) designed to conquer any terrain. Originating from humble van-based sales, Vanpowers now boasts global distribution centers, providing riders with reliable and affordable e-bikes.

GrandTeton, revealed at CES, features fat tires for superior grip on diverse surfaces, making it ideal for sand, snow, and urban environments. The hardtail MTB incorporates a 4-inch cross-section, ensuring comfort on the road while presenting some challenges on trails. The aluminum-framed bike incorporates a 120mm suspension fork, giving riders versatility for city streets.

Powered by Bafang’s M560 motor, the GrandTeton delivers 500W and 95 Nm of torque, allowing for effortless climbs and speeds up to 20 mph. The e-bike includes a massive 14.4 Ah removable battery in the downtube, offering a potential range of 65 miles. Shimano manages the 1×9-speed drivetrain, while Tektro handles braking with 203mm rotors.

Vanpowers enhances security with anti-theft features like geo-fencing, GPS tracking, and vibration detection. Although the GrandTeton’s release date and price remain undisclosed, Vanpowers’ reputation for delivering powerful e-bikes at budget-friendly prices suggests high expectations for this new addition.


Vanpowers GrandTeton Electric Mountain Bike Specs Table

Specification Detail
Model Vanpowers GrandTeton
Motor Bafang M560, 500W, 95 Nm torque
Battery 14.4 Ah removable downtube battery
Range Up to 65 miles
Max Speed 20 mph
Frame Aluminum
Fork 120mm suspension fork
Drivetrain Shimano 1×9-speed
Brakes Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, 203mm rotors
Wheels Fat tires with 4-inch cross-section
Security Geo-fencing, GPS tracking, vibration detection
Availability To be announced
Price To be announced, expected to be budget-friendly