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FAQ

1About Kuberg
2Warranty
3Dealers And Sponsorship
4Riding Safety
5Legislation & Regulations
  • Where are the bikes manufactured?
  • Where can I buy Kuberg motorcycles?
  • Where can I buy replacement parts for Kuberg motorcycles?
  • Can I work for you?
  • What is the warranty on Kuberg motorcycles?
  • What actions will void the warranty?
  • Do I have to bring my Kuberg motorcycle back to the dealership where I bought it for warranty repairs?
  • If maintenance is performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, will my warranty be voided?
  • What are the full details of the warranty?
  • Where can I find a Kuberg dealer?
  • How can I become a dealer?
  • How can I become an importer?
  • Can you sponsor me?
  • Who does Kuberg typically sponsor?
  • What should I wear for riding?
  • Can I take my friend for a ride?
  • Where can I ride my Kuberg motorcycle?
  • Will weather affect the riding performance of my Kuberg motorcycle?
  • Is my bike legal for road use?
  • Do I need to register my bike?
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Where are the bikes manufactured?

All Kuberg motorcycles are manufactured in the Czech Republic. Kuberg is committed to designing and engineering bikes that meet the highest technical standards for quality, performance and reliability. All our bikes are designed and engineered by dedicated technicians in our own R&D department and are all assembled in our plant using our own parts or parts designed specifically to our specs. This ensures that all Kuberg bikes conform to our mission statement - to create heavy-duty, high-performance electric bikes that deliver huge power, massive torque and unparalleled acceleration with a build quality that's engineered to last.

Where can I buy Kuberg motorcycles?

You can buy your Kuberg motorcycle from a dealer in your area (to find a dealer near you visit www.kuberg.com/dealers) or order one online directly from us by writing to kuberg@kuberg.com.

Where can I buy replacement parts for Kuberg motorcycles?

The best way is to get in touch with your local dealer, who will help you to order the right part. To find a dealer near you visit www.kuberg.com/dealers. Alternatively, please contact us at kuberg@kuberg.com and our customer service team will help to to receive a part you need.

Can I work for you?

We are always looking for talented and passionate men and women to join our growing team. Please send your resume to kuberg@kuberg.com and we'll be in touch.

What is the warranty on Kuberg motorcycles?

All Kuberg motorcycles come with a 30-day Basic Manufacturer's Warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. You can upgrade to a 90-day Limited Warranty by registering your bike at www.kuberg.com/bike-registration. A 12-month Extended Warranty can be purchased from €119.

What actions will void the warranty?

Tampering with or dismantling the electrical components, batteries and motor. These parts are crucial for proper functioning and performance of your Kuberg motorcycle and should not be modified, removed or dismantled. In addition, your warranty does not cover any mechanical faults or malfunctions due to misuse or lack of proper maintenance.

Do I have to bring my Kuberg motorcycle back to the dealership where I bought it for warranty repairs?

No. You may take your Kuberg motorcycle to any authorized Kuberg dealer for warranty repairs. All Kuberg dealers will be eager and willing to help you.

If maintenance is performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, will my warranty be voided?

Not if the maintenance is performed properly. The only way your warranty will be affected is if a mechanical fault or malfunction is due to misuse or lack of proper maintenance.

What are the full details of the warranty?

Kuberg motorcycles are warranted to the original retail purchaser to be free from defects in materials and workmanship in the frame and components except for batteries, tires, and inner tubes for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase. This warranty period is automatically extended to ninety (90) days to the original retail purchaser who registers his/her bike via the registration form on www.kuberg.com/bike-registration. Further optional Extended Warranty is available for a fee.

Where can I find a Kuberg dealer?

You can find a Kuberg dealer near you on the dealers section of our website: www.kuberg.com/dealers.

How can I become a dealer?

We always welcome new and passionate companies to help us get Kuberg motorcycles to all parts of the world. Please get in touch with our sales team by writing an email to kuberg@kuberg.com.

How can I become an importer?

We always welcome new and passionate companies to help us get Kuberg motorcycles to all parts of the world. Please get in touch with our sales team by writing an email to kuberg@kuberg.com.

Can you sponsor me?

Get in touch with our marketing team by writing an email to kuberg@kuberg.com with a letter describing your activities, successes, goals and financial needs. Our team will contact you if there is any potential for sponsorship.

Who does Kuberg typically sponsor?

Our main focus is on electric motorcycle riders, but our team will consider all interesting applications. Get in touch with us by writing an email to kuberg@kuberg.com.

What should I wear for riding?

Always wear protective equipment, especially a helmet and eye protection! The safety of our riders is our top priority. Please always use and wear:
  • A high-quality helmet approved by your country's governing body
  • A helmet face shield or goggles
  • Protective clothing that covers your legs, ankles and feet
  • Wrist, knee and elbow protection
  • Heavy boots
  • Gloves made from tear resistant materials (leather or Kevlar)
  • Motorcycle jacket from tear resistant materials (leather or Kevlar)
  • Clothing that is brightly colored so other riders, pedestrians and traffic can see you
  • Motorcycle leathers to prevent abrasion injuries in the event of a fall.
  • Failure to use appropriate safety equipment greatly increases the likelihood of death or serious injury in the event of an accident.
    Never wear loose-fitting clothes, as they can catch on wheels, chains, control levers or footrests. Do not wear shoes with laces, as these can get caught in the motorcycle's chain or wheels and result in serious injury.

    Can I take my friend for a ride?

    No. Kuberg motorcycles are engineered to carry only one rider and no passengers. Carrying a passenger will overload the motorcycle and damage the handling. Do not ride with any passengers.

    Where can I ride my Kuberg motorcycle?

    Obey all laws. Kuberg motorcycles are for OFF-ROAD USE ONLY. The purchaser, owner, and/or riders of this motorcycle are directly responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state and country laws regarding the riding and use of this motorcycle. A road legal version of the KUBERG Freerider is coming soon, please keep checking our website and social media.

    Will weather affect the riding performance of my Kuberg motorcycle?

    Please be aware that distance to stop under wet conditions may double or triple compared to dry conditions. Ride more slowly, and anticipate your stops by applying the brakes sooner. Please also bear in mind that cold weather might negatively affect batteries, lowering the maximum power and charge. This is normal for electric motorcycles and does not require maintenance or service.

    Is my bike legal for road use?

    Kuberg motorcycles are designed primarily for OFF-ROAD use. Please check your local, state and country regulations whether single-track, motorized electric vehicles are legal for road use in your area. A road legal version of the KUBERG Freerider is coming soon, please keep checking our website and social media.

    Do I need to register my bike?

    Please check your local, state and country regulations whether single-track motorized electric vehicles need registration in your area.

    Technical FAQ

    Young Rider White Edition
    Kuberg Young Rider Start White Edition Start
    Kuberg Young Rider Trial E White Edition Trial E
    Kuberg Young Rider Cross White Edition Cross
    Young Rider
    Kuberg Young Rider Start Start
    Kuberg Young Rider Trial Trial
    Kuberg Young Rider Cross Cross
    Young Rider Hero Edition
    Trial Hero Trial Hero
    Kuberg Young Rider Cross Hero Cross Hero
    Freerider
    Kuberg Freerider Freerider
    Racing Series
    Kuberg Cross X-Force Pro 50 Cross X-Force Pro 50
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    1Before First Ride
    2Batteries, Charging & Motorcycle settings
    3Maintenance
    4Tires & Brakes
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Start?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Start?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Start?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Start?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Start?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Trial E?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Trial E?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Trial E?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Trial E?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Trial E?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Cross?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Start?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Start?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Start?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Start?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Start?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Trial?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Trial?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Trial?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Trial?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Trial?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Cross?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Trial Hero?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Trial Hero?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Trial Hero?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Trial Hero?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Trial Hero?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross Hero?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross Hero?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Cross Hero?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross Hero?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross Hero?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power and speed settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Freerider?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Freerider?
    • How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Freerider?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Freerider?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Freerider?
    • What steps should I take before and after the first ride?
    • The Correct Charging Procedure
    • Selecting bike's power & torque settings
    • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?
    • What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?
    • How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?
    • Does weather affect the performance of my bike?
    • What maintenance should I do regularly?
    • Can anyone perform my maintenance?
    • Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?
    • If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?
    • What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?
    • What causes brake squeal?
    • What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?
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    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Start is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Start.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Start. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the control button located on the right side in the plastic panel near the front wheel.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Power mode.
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Start?

    Make sure your Kuberg Start is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Start.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Start is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Start motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Start?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Start. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the right side in the plastic panel near the front wheel.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Start?

    Follow these steps to limit the maximum speed:
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    3. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    4. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    5. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    6. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Start?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Start is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Start?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Start is Kuberg 12.5" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Trial E is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Trial E.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Trial E. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the programming button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Power mode
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Trial E?

    Make sure your Kuberg Trial E is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Trial E.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Trial E is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Trial E motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Trial E?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Trial E. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Trial E?

    You can use the Kuberg Volt app (WiFi Streamport sold separately) or bike's hardware button to set a maximum speed. Follow these steps to use's bike's programming button.
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button (located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column) for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the set-up procedure.
    3. Release the programming button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    4. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    5. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    6. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    7. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Trial E?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Trial E is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Trial E?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Trial E is Kenda 16" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Cross is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Cross.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Cross. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the programming button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Power mode.
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross?

    Make sure your Kuberg Cross is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Cross.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Cross is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Cross motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Cross. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Cross?

    You can use the Kuberg Volt app (WiFi Streamport sold separately) or bike's hardware button to set a maximum speed. Follow these steps to use's bike's programming button.
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button (located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column) for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the set-up procedure.
    3. Release the programming button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    4. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    5. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    6. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    7. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Cross is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Cross is Kuberg Knobby 16" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Start is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Start.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Start. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the control button located on the right side in the plastic panel near the front wheel.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Power mode.
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Start?

    Make sure your Kuberg Start is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Start.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Start is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Start motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Start?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Start. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the right side in the plastic panel near the front wheel.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Start?

    Follow these steps to limit the maximum speed:
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    3. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    4. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    5. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    6. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Start?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Start is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Start?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Start is Kuberg 12.5" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Trial is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Trial.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Trial. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the programming button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Power mode.
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Trial?

    Make sure your Kuberg Trial is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Trial.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Trial is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Trial motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Trial?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Trial. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Trial?

    You can use the Kuberg Volt app (WiFi Streamport sold separately) or bike's hardware button to set a maximum speed. Follow these steps to use's bike's programming button.
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button (located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column) for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the set-up procedure.
    3. Release the programming button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    4. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    5. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    6. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    7. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Trial?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Trial is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Trial?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Trial is Kenda 16" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Cross is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Cross.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Cross. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the programming button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Power mode.
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross?

    Make sure your Kuberg Cross is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Cross.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Cross is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Cross motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Cross. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Cross?

    You can use the Kuberg Volt app (WiFi Streamport sold separately) or bike's hardware button to set a maximum speed. Follow these steps to use bike's programming button.
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button (located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column) for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the set-up procedure.
    3. Release the programming button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    4. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    5. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    6. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    7. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Cross is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Cross is Kuberg Knobby 16" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Trial Hero is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Trial Hero.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Trial Hero. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the programming button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Powe
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Trial Hero?

    Make sure your Kuberg Trial Hero is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Trial Hero.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Trial Hero is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Trial Hero motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Trial Hero?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Trial Hero. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Trial Hero?

    You can use the Kuberg Volt app (WiFi Streamport sold separately) or bike's hardware button to set a maximum speed. Follow these steps to use's bike's programming button.
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button (located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column) for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the set-up procedure.
    3. Release the programming button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    4. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    5. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    6. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    7. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Trial Hero?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Trial Hero is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Trial Hero?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Trial Hero is Kenda 16" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Make sure your Kuberg Cross Hero is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Cross Hero.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    You can limit both the maximum power and top speed on your KUBERG Cross Hero. These can be set from the Kuberg Volt app (iOS and Android) or with bike's programming button.

    To set up the maximum power with bike's hardware programming buttons, follow these steps:
  • Turn off your bike.
  • Press and hold the programming button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
  • Turn on your bike.
  • The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
  • The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
  • Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.
    To set up the top speed with bike's hardware settings button, follow these steps:
  • With the bike on, hold the programming button in for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
  • Release the button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle. Warning! Rear wheel will spin during the set up procedure!
  • Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
  • The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
  • If you want to set again the maximum possible top speed, set a new Powe
  • How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross Hero?

    Make sure your Kuberg Cross Hero is turned off. Make sure the electricity cable is plugged into the charger. Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC). Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your Kuberg Cross Hero.
    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 6 hours.
    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Cross Hero is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not cover the charger while charging, this can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBER Cross Hero motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross Hero?

    You can limit both the maximum power and torque, as well as the top speed of your Kuberg Cross Hero. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The battery level indicator next to the throttle will flash one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One flash indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two flashes indicate Sports Mode (medium-power) and three flashes indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). Let go of the control button after the number of flashes corresponding to your desired power mode. For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two flashes and release.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Cross Hero?

    You can use the Kuberg Volt app (WiFi Streamport sold separately) or bike's hardware button to set a maximum speed. Follow these steps to use's bike's programming button.
    1. With the bike on, hold the programming button (located on the top panel between the seat and the steering column) for 5 seconds - The throttle LED lights will flash. - This means that programming mode has been selected.
    2. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the set-up procedure.
    3. Release the programming button and lift the back of the bike carefully and turn the throttle.
    4. Hold the throttle at the desired speed level for several seconds until the throttle LED lights flash again.
    5. The bike will then automatically turn on and back on again (this means the bike has now programmed to that top speed). The top speed will now be set at that speed. The bike will remain in this speed setting if turned off and back on, and does not need to be re-selected each time. To select another top speed, repeat this process.
    6. The maximum speed is set. If you want to set a different maximum speed, repeat the process from step 1.
    7. Warning! The rear wheel will spin during the TOP SPEED set up procedure. Make sure that the rear wheel and chain cannot cause harm to you or other people, or come into contact with clothing, bags or other items. Make sure that the bike is firmly placed on its stand.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross Hero?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Cross Hero is 35-40 PSI (2.4-2.8 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross Hero?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size for Kuberg Cross Hero is Kuberg Knobby 16" x 2.4.

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Set up bike's maximum power and top speed to suit rider's experience, we recommend to start slow.
    4. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    5. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Always follow these steps:
    • Make sure your Kuberg Freerider is turned off.
    • Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC).
    • Turn on the power switch on the charger.
    • Wait for 30 seconds.
    • Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your bike.

    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 2.5 hours

    Selecting bike's power and speed settings

    We recommend setting a slower power mode for beginner riders. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the left side below next to the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The bike will beep one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One beep indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two beeps indicate Sport Mode (medium-power) and three beeps indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two beeps and release. The bike will confirm your selection with audible 'one', 'two' or 'three' sounds.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.

    How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Freerider?

    Always follow these steps:
    • Make sure your Kuberg Freerider is turned off.
    • Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC).
    • Turn on the power switch on the charger.
    • Wait for 30 seconds.
    • Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your bike.

    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 2.5 hours
    • After 1.5 hours of charging, the battery should be charged to about 80%
    • After 2.5 hours, the battery should be charged to 99% of capacity

    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Freerider is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not block the fan vent on the charger while charging the battery. This can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBERG Freerider motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Freerider?

    You can the maximum power and torque of your Kuberg Freerider. However, you cannot set the top speed on your Freerider. Follow these steps to limit the maximum power and torque:
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the left side below next to the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The bike will beep one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One beep indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two beeps indicate Sport Mode (medium-power) and three beeps indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two beeps and release. The bike will confirm your selection with audible 'one', 'two' or 'three' sounds.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.
    Caution! Sport and Race modes should only be used by very experienced riders! Please note that some older models might have an on/off switch in addition to the magnetic kill switch. In that case, keep the magnetic kill switch in ON position and turn on/off the bike with the on/off switch.

    How can I limit the maximum speed on my Kuberg Freerider?

    Unfortunately, you cannot set the top speed on your Freerider, but you can limit the maximum power and torque if needed.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    Is my motorcycle part of a repair extension program (recall)?

    There are multiple ways to find out whether your Kuberg motorcycle is part of a repair extension program. Get in touch with your Kuberg dealer or contact our customer service department at kuberg@kuberg.com with your bike's serial number.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Freerider?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Freerider is 35-50 PSI (2.4-3.4 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Freerider?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size and recommended tire brand for Kuberg Freerider is Maxxis Creepy Crawler 20" x 2.5".

    What steps should I take before and after the first ride?

    Follow these steps when you first buy your Kuberg motorcycle.
    1. Take the Kuberg motorcycle of out the box (if you've received it in factory packaging).
    2. Make sure the battery is fully charged by charging your bike to a 99-100% charge. Please follow the correct charging procedure to prevent damage to your bike's batteries or charger.
    3. Go for your first ride, don't forget to take it slow and easy!
    4. Charge the battery again to a full charge when you return from your first ride.
    If you buy your Kuberg motorcycle at an authorized dealer, the dealer will assist you through the set-up procedure.

    The Correct Charging Procedure

    Always follow these steps:
    • Make sure your Kuberg Freerider is turned off.
    • Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC).
    • Turn on the power switch on the charger.
    • Wait for 30 seconds.
    • Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your bike.

    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 2.5 hours

    Selecting bike's power & torque settings

    The bike can be set to a slower power mode for beginner riders, seasoned racers will want to double check whether bike's maximum power has been set.
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel, between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The bike will beep one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One beep indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two beeps indicate Sport Mode (medium-power) and three beeps indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two beeps and release. The bike will confirm your selection with audible 'one', 'two' or 'three' sounds.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.

    How long is the break-in period for my Kuberg motorcycle?

    To assure future reliability and top-notch performance of your Kuberg motorcycle, pay extra attention during your first 50 km / 30 miles (three full-charge cycles).
    • Avoid full-throttle starts and accelerate gradually.
    • Avoid hard braking. New brakes need some time to break in with moderate use for the first 50 km / 30 miles or three full charges.

    What is the correct charging procedure for Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?

    Always follow these steps:
    • Make sure your Kuberg Cross X-Force Pro 50 is turned off.
    • Connect your charger to an electrical outlet (AC).
    • Turn on the power switch on the charger.
    • Wait for 30 seconds.
    • Connect the charger cable to the battery connector on your bike.

    Caution! If the charger is plugged into the bike with the charger switched OFF, a potential in-rush of electrical current from the bike's battery to the charger may damage the charger.
    • The recommended charging time for a fully discharged battery is 2.5 hours
    • After 1.5 hours of charging, the battery should be charged to about 80%
    • After 2.5 hours, the battery should be charged to 99% of capacity

    • Only use the supplied battery charger. Using any other battery charger will void the warranty and may damage the battery.
    • The battery charger supplied with your Kuberg Freerider is for INDOOR use only.
    • Do not block the fan vent on the charger while charging the battery. This can cause the charger to overheat.
    • Avoid any contact with water or other fluids while charging the battery. If the battery, charger or any connections become wet, immediately unplug the charger and thoroughly dry all components.
    • Only charge under constant supervision of an adult. Children must not operate the charger.
    • Keep the charger and the motorcycle must be away from flammable items during charging.
    • Never dismantle or disassemble the supplied charger. Never use the supplied charger for any other purpose other than charging a KUBERG Freerider motorcycle.

    How can I limit the power and torque on my Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?

    The bike can be set to a slower power mode for beginner riders, seasoned racers will want to double check whether bike's maximum power has been set.
    1. Turn off your bike.
    2. Press and hold the control button located on the top panel, between the seat and the steering column.
    3. Turn on your bike.
    4. The bike will beep one, two or three times to indicate the desired power mode. One beep indicates Beginner Mode (low-power), two beeps indicate Sport Mode (medium-power) and three beeps indicate Race Mode (maximum-power). For example, if you want the medium power mode, hold the control button for two beeps and release. The bike will confirm your selection with audible 'one', 'two' or 'three' sounds.
    5. The power mode is set. If you want to set a different power mode level, repeat the process from step 1.

    Does weather affect the performance of my bike?

    Yes. Very cold weather is hard on the batteries and, as a result, the battery charge won't last as long compared to warm weather.

    What maintenance should I do regularly?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Make sure to take care of your chain, by cleaning and lubricating it regularly and checking that the chain is tightened properly. Also, regularly check for wear and tear to your tires and brake pads.

    Can anyone perform my maintenance?

    Kuberg motorcycles generally require significantly less maintenance compared to traditional gas bikes due to their having very few moving parts, no engine and no exhaust. Our authorized dealers have extensive experience and know Kuberg bikes inside and out, so they can provide high-quality service for your Kuberg motorcycle. However, service at a dealer is not required to maintain your warranty.

    Can I disassemble bike's electric controls?

    No. The controller electric system is crucial for your Kuberg motorcycle to function properly and therefore should not be opened, modified or changed. Should you encounter a problem with the bike's electric system, get help from a certified Kuberg service center or a Kuberg dealer.

    If I choose to have maintenance performed by someone other than a Kuberg dealer, should I keep records?

    We always recommend keeping track of all service and repairs on your Kuberg motorcycle.

    What is the correct tire pressure for Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?

    The optimal tire pressure for Kuberg Cross X-Force Pro 50 is 35-50 PSI (2.4-3.4 bar) for general use and should never exceed 50 PSI (3.4 bar).

    What causes brake squeal?

    Dirt and humidity can cause noisy or squealing brakes. These are normally temporary and should gradually disappear with regular use. Repair is not required. If you hear a metallic 'screeching' sound you might need to replace the brake pads. Visit your Kuberg dealer to replace the brake pads.

    What are the recommended replacement tires for Kuberg Cross X-Force PRO 50?

    Your Kuberg dealer will have genuine replacement tires in stock for all Kuberg models. The correct tire size and recommended tire brand for Kuberg Cross X-Force Pro 50 is Kenda Millville 70/100-10 38J for the rear tire and Kenda Millville 60/100-12 38J for the front.