A police officer during an ABPS police training class

Enhanced Components | All Terrain Response 528 Police eBike

An eBike built with reliable, high-quality components.

 LCD Color Display: A water resistant, color LCD display to show your speed, power level, and battery life. The HMI puts all the pertinent information on a single screen so officers can be aware of critical information relating to speed, power and battery life

Tires: 4-inch-deep tread tires gives the surface traction needed for most terrain or riding scenarios, such as gravel, sand, dirt, rain, riding through water puddles, ascending or descending stairs, emergency stops, or traversing from off-road to pavement. With the ATR’s 4-inch tires, you can get increased stability, improved traction, enhanced riding comfort, better flotation, and increased versatility, particularly on pavement, off-road or challenging terrain conditions. 

  • Wide tires provide a larger contact patch with the ground, enhancing stability. Particularly beneficial for riding on rough terrain such as sand, snow, mud, rocky terrain, or uneven paths or roads.
  • Wider tires offer better traction, allowing the rider to maintain control on uneven or slippery surfaces.
  • Wide tires absorb more shock and vibrations from the terrain, resulting in a smoother and more comfortable ride. This is most noticeable when riding over bumps, roots, or uneven surfaces.
  • In soft surfaces like sand, snow, or gravel, wider tires distribute the riders weight over a larger area, preventing sinking and providing better floatation. This allows for easier pedaling and maneuvering in challenging conditions.
  • While 4 inch tires are commonly associated with "fat" eBikes designed for off-road, they can also be used for commuting or patrolling on asphalt or  rough roads where regular tires might struggle to provide traction or stability.

Brakes: Our quad-piston hydraulics system ensures an increased stopping power, allowing officers to stop at any moment.

  • The hydraulic quad-piston design provides more braking force compared to traditional dual-piston brakes. Enhanced stopping power is particularly important for eBikes, which tend to be heavier than traditional bicycles due to the added weight of the motor, battery, officer, and the officer's equipment.
  • Riders can be more precise when applying braking power, allowing for smoother, more controlled braking. This is an essential feature as it helps the officer maintain stability and control in higher speeds, crowded environments, rough terrain scenarios, etc.
  • Hydraulic brakes are less prone to "brake fade" compared to mechanical brakes, especially during prolonged or intense braking situations. This ensures consistent braking performance even under demanding conditions, which is crucial for safety on police eBikes.
  • Hydraulic brakes typically require less maintenance compared to mechanical brakes since they are less susceptible to cable stretch and adjustment issues. This can result in reduced maintenance costs and less frequent service visits for adjustments or repairs.
A close-up picture of the light and siren system on the ATR 528 Police eBike

Lights: Our light system has the option to change between either pure white light, or red, white, and blue. 

Siren: Our 115db handlebar-mounted siren system operates on an independent 9V battery, and can be activated via a remote switch mounted on the handlebar.

Fenders: Metal Fenders that are strapped down to the frame to securely hold the fender in place and stop any debris from being launched. We use a 3-point mounting system that prevents the fender from rattling or moving side to side.

Water Bottle Cage: Standard size water cage to ensure the officer can stay hydrated. 

A picture of the color LCD Display on the ATR 528 Police eBike

AirTag Holder: Accompanied with an AirTag holder, you can secure and track your department's eBike. Covered and hidden behind the bottle cage, officers can use the supplied security wrench to add the AirTag to the holder for enhanced security feature.

A picture of the handlebars on the ATR 528 Police eBike


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