Wallke X3 Pro Review – 750w, Full-Suspension, Folding, Fat-Tire Electric Bike – $1,800

Wallke X3 Pro Review – 750w, Full-Suspension, Folding, Fat-Tire Electric Bike – $1,800

Hey, guys! Today we’re checking out the X3 Pro from Wallke. It was a blast to ride and had one of the smoothest PAS systems we’ve been on. I believe I used the word “butter” a few times.

It is a powerful Ebike and in some configurations may fall into a Class 4 electric vehicle. Make sure to check your local laws and regulations.

If you want to know more, you can check out Wallke’s website: https://wallkeebike.com/products/wallke-x3-pro
*Please note that the discount code is no longer offered*

STATS

MAKE:
Wallke

MODEL:
X3 PRO

PRICE:
$1,600

BODY POSITION:
Forward

SUGGESTED USE:
Off-road, trails, some urban

ELECTRIC BIKE CLASS:
Class 4

WARRANTY:
1 Year Comprehensive

AVAILABILITY:
Canada, United States, Europe, Worldwide

MODEL YEAR:
2020

TOTAL WEIGHT:
63.5 lbs

BATTERY WEIGHT:
6.5 lbs

MOTOR BRAND:
AKM

MOTOR TYPE:
Rear-Mounted Geared Motor, With W-PAS Technology

MOTOR NOMINAL OUTPUT:
750 watts

MOTOR TORQUE:
62 Newton meters

BATTERY BRAND:
Samsung lithium battery

BATTERY VOLTAGE:
48 volts

BATTERY AMP HOURS:
14 ah

BATTERY WATT HOURS:
672 wh

BATTERY CHEMISTRY:
Lithium-ion

CHARGE TIME:
6 hours

ESTIMATED MIN RANGE:
35 miles

ESTIMATED MAX RANGE:
50 miles

DISPLAY TYPE:
Key Disp, Fixed, 4.3″ Color LCD

READOUTS:
Speed, Assist Level (0,1,2,4), Battery Level (1%-100%), Trip Distance, Total Distance, Time, Average Speed, Max Speed, Watts, Lights

DISPLAY ACCESSORIES:
Micro-USB Port on Right Side of Display for Phone Charging, Powering Other Small Devices

DRIVE MODE:
Pedal Assist, Thumb Throttle, Walk Mode

TOP SPEED:
31 mph

FRAME MATERIAL:
Aluminum Alloy

FRAME SIZE(S):
26 in

GEOMETRY MEASUREMENTS:
16.75″ Seat Tube
19″ Reach
33″ Stand Over Height
28″ Minimum Saddle Height
39″ Maximum Saddle Height
26″ Width
51″ Wheel Base
74″ Length
Folded Size: 47″ x 37″ x 16″

FRAME TYPES:
Folding

FRAME COLORS:
Green, Grey, Black, (NEW COLOR – Desert Tan)

FRAME FORK DETAILS:
Partner 26” Front Fork, Adjustable, 100 mm Travel

FRAME REAR DETAILS:
135mm Hub Spacing

ATTACHMENT POINTS:
Front Light (Single Attachment Point)

GEARING DETAILS:
8 Speed Shimano Altus

SHIFTER DETAILS:
Shimano Acera SL-M310 Rapid Fire Shifter, Right

CRANKS:
Pioneer Prowheel Cranks, 170mm Length

PEDALS:
Wellgo Folding

HEADSET:
Wallke 50.7 mm

STEM:
Wallke 81mm Length

HANDLEBAR:
Wallke 25.5” Overall Length

BRAKE DETAILS:
Tektro, Dual Disk Breaks, 150mm

GRIPS:
Ergonomic Rubber, Locking

SADDLE:
Selle Royal LookIn

SEAT POST:
33.9mm Width, 300mm Length

RIMS:
Black, 83mm Wide

TIRE BRAND:
CST BFT 26X4.0

WHEEL SIZES:
26”

TIRE DETAILS:
30 PSI, 2.0 Bar

TUBE DETAILS:
Schrader Valve

ACCESSORIES:
Seat Post-Mountable Rear Light, Flashing Valve Covers, Front Light, Kickstand, Rear Shock, Phone Holder/Phone Charger

OTHER:
Locking Removable Battery Pack, Fits Riders 5’4” to 6’5” Tall, 1.4lb 2 AmpD-Power Charger, Max Total Weight 300 lbs

Readers Comments (32)

  1. Yassine El Gharami January 1, 2021 @ 10:07 pm

    How I wished such a bike 😓😪😔 hacklemedia

  2. Tyson Roehrkasse January 1, 2021 @ 10:11 pm

    That thumbnail tho ❤️🔥🔥

  3. Watched a few vids on this bike b4 buying and ur Vid the most comprehensive, thanks.

    Only concern, what’s the rattling when ur riding?

  4. Excellent review

  5. Great video and review. Thanks for putting all the details including the folded dimensions as well.

  6. whats the maximum speed and range ?

  7. Great review!!! Sweet bike.

  8. I’ve had this bike for about two months now. I love it so far. Glad to see you fixed that rattling, I hadn’t figured out where it was coming from until this video. I’ve already had 3 flat tires riding through thorns so I bought tire guards. I didn’t like the grip on the pedals and didn’t care for the folding so I replaced the pedals. Also I didn’t find the seat that comfortable so I replaced that as well, and added seat suspension. I also don’t use the light that comes with the bike, it’s not bright enough. I purchased a rechargable USB headlight and taillight and it’s nice being able to charge them from the bike. The battery life is great. I have a lot of hills around me so I try to conserve the battery as much as I can. Pedaling downhill with the bike on level 0 does a good job recharging the battery.
    For the steep uphills I find it useful to pedal and use the throttle on level 3 together, I haven’t had a hill I haven’t made it up easily yet (Except one time I ran out of battery, that was awful because the bike is pretty heavy).
    With only using pedal-assist I can usually get up to about 20 mph, with only using the throttle I can get up to about 25 mph, and with using them together I can get up to around 31 mph on flat ground.

    Great in-depth review. I like to send this video to my friends to try to convince them to get an ebike like this one.
    I get so many compliments every day on this bike.

  9. Great video.. and informative – thanks. This bike seems to be marketed under several differing brand names.. I have on order a ‘Shengmilo’ which appears just the same in looks.. and performance.

  10. I bought this bike back in April, this thing look like a beast in person, got many compliment from strangers. Easily get up to 30mph on pavements, handles well on easy trails, I wouldn’t do any crazy jumps or downhills on this bike because it’s a folding bike after all. I do live on 2nd floor, and moving this 63lb beast up and down stairs is a workout in itself, which could be a pro or con haha. The only thing I wish this bike have is quick release on the front, would make transportation inside SUV trunk much easier. I recommend getting some rearview mirrors on handlebar, this thing can get up to speed so fast, I find myself riding more and more on roads instead of sidewalks, and that mirror is a safety must.

  11. I plan on ordering in July. Alot about the bike is rad.

  12. Poor dog I liked my own commet how sad.

  13. So the top speed is 31mph on flat roads with PAS, what about with throttle only? How would you rate the headlight?

  14. iOS MacOS Genius January 1, 2021 @ 10:32 pm

    Does the neck raise up ?

  15. You convert electricity into motion, then the bike engages the regenerative breaking and converts motion into electricity?
    I only have a basic understanding of physics but I am pretty sure that i-pas system will reduce your actual battery range. Any time you convert energy from one form to another there is a substantial loss. The bike should let you coast at any speed.

  16. How does it do when going up hills on level 3 pas and with nonpas I live in San Pedro California and we have some pretty steep hills I’m wondering if it can make it with pas or without it or do I have to get off thanks man

  17. This is sick. 😍 Best bike for mountain biking? What about beach riding?

  18. When folded down what is the volume of the bike? LWH? Approximate size to the nearest inch would be super helpful. I’m trying to see if it would fit in my trunk or require a mount to the outside of my car. Do you know if there are any retailers in San Diego that carry these?

  19. If Wallke could figure out wiring inside the frame, it may be enough for me to buy. Not a fan of all the drooping, exposed wiring harness.

  20. iOS MacOS Genius January 1, 2021 @ 10:41 pm

    What is the rattling sound?

  21. Great video! Do you think this would fit a 5′ 2" rider?

  22. iOS MacOS Genius January 1, 2021 @ 10:43 pm

    Can you provide measure ments when it is folded the width and depth wondering to fit in my tony clown car

  23. real eyes realize real lies January 1, 2021 @ 10:43 pm

    Why don’t you rely the speed information and watts being pulled as your riding… that really is the crucial information…max speed….Comfortable commuting speed….Watts pulled in the different pedal assist modes….max watts…..Gotta know that information…..

  24. Hi, so this current configuration is hitting 31 mph on throttle only? Is this purchased from Amazon? How will I know if mine will be same setup.

  25. Seems very similar to the Yamee Fat Bear plus 750s, though with smaller disks and bigger wheels (I think the Bear has 20×4"). Have been strongly considering the Bear, interested in the differences.

  26. Thank you for the video, this helped me out a lot before i got mine. By any chance do you know how to unlock the Wallke to up to speed? Keep up the great work and thanks again!

  27. I just ordered one in the matte black. It’s my first ever e bike, and it’ll be the first time I’ve ridden a bike in 10 years. I live in San Francisco, and with being home all the time, I wanted something to get me outta the house and around the city. When I go back to work, I feel this will be a great commuter bike. The folding option, along with the hydraulic brakes and larger tires really drew me to this model. This will be really easy to take into work, or store away in my living room. I will have a much greater peace of mind knowing the bike is safe indoors. As you probably know, SF is notorious for bike theft. Awesome job, dude. 🐰❤️🎸🎶🤝✌️

  28. corazonzehrfeldt January 1, 2021 @ 11:00 pm

    Nice. Does the folding mechanism really sturdy? Won’t easily accidentally unlock?

  29. Love the bike but I seriously doubt its suitable for riders of 6ft5 tall

  30. I see on the ride test The battery is rattling inside the frame like crazy. Very common problem with all Chinese bike designs ( folding frame with battery inside)
    Thumbs up and fixing the rattle👍👍

  31. Discount code doesn’t work

  32. looks almost exactly the same as my gloworks ebike , I just got it had my 1st ride last night ,seriously the battery looks the same too little clip and key to remove . I cant find much info on my Gloworks though ??? anyone else have one? SO far I love it .it was alot cheaper 1130 $$$$$ canadian from a private seller who never ran it at all!

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