Proudly Canadian. All Emmo E-Bikes are designed in Canada and undergo rigorous testing at our state-of-the-art facilities before being shipped out.
All Emmo bikes are covered under our manufacturer's comprehensive warranty against all manufacturing defects. 2-Year warranty on the e-bike frame.
We ship across Canada. You can also visit any of our Emmo dealers and pick up your order locally. With over 100 dealers in Canada, we offer you peace of mind by keeping your bike in its best condition at all times.
Elevate your ride with our lightning-fast, reliable charging system, capable of fully recharging your bike in as little as 2 hours, ensuring a day of endless fun. Our UL-certified 10A charging system, complete with a patented heat management system, provides both peace of mind and efficient performance as you power up your bike.
Aluminum Unibody Frame
Discover the F80's Aluminum Unibody Frame, a high-strength chassis with 30% increased strength thanks to its zero-welding construction, providing exceptional off-road capabilities. With a lightweight design that boosts overall performance and ensures agility, paired with balanced weight distribution for stability on diverse terrains, this unibody frame elevates your riding experience.
Advanced Battery Temperature Control
The advanced immersive cooling system ensures superior thermal balance, reducing temperature rise by 50% during use. Riding it in the snow? No problem! The battery temperature control system allows for use in extreme cold conditions as low as -40 degrees. With patented technology enhancing battery life and performance, it guarantees worry-free enjoyment for the long journey ahead.
The CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike is an electric motorcycle designed for off-road use. It is not classified as an electric bicycle (ebike) and is not sold as a street-legal bike.
2. Do I need to register the off-road dirt bike?
If the bike is to be used in places other than your own property, you may need to register the bike with the Ministry of Transportation. Each CAOFEN F80 electric dirt bike will come with
a 17-digit Vin number ,
a NVIS (New Vehicle Information Statement) form,
a bill of sale
for registration purposes. You must be 16 years or older to register an off-road vehicle, and you must be able to prove you own the vehicle. You must pay a fee to register your off-road vehicle. After registering, you will be given a vehicle permit and license plate.
3. Do I need a license plate for CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike?
For use in areas other than your own property. Registration and a license plate may be needed according to local bylaws. For off-road use, the license plate is the green one, and must be attached to the front of the vehicle. It does not require a renewal sticker each year.
4. Do I need a M license to ride the CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike?
No. You do NOT need a M license to ride a CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike. However, in areas where the off-road vehicles are allowed to cross the highway, you are required to have a driver's license.
5. How to register the CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike?
You should register bike within 6 Daysof purchase. Each CAOFEN F80 electric dirt bike will come with
a 17-digit Vin number,
a NVIS (New Vehicle Information Statement) form,
a bill of sale
for registration purposes. Bring these documents and visit your local vehicle registration office to register the CAOFEN F80. After paying a registration fee, you will get a license plate and a vehicle permit.
6. Is insurance required for off-road riding of the CAOFEN F80?
You don't need insurance for the CAOFEN F80 if you ride it on your own property. If you need to ride the CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt bike in other places, you might need to have vehicle liability insurance as required by the local Ministry of Transportation.
7. What is the age limit to ride an electric dirt bike?
In most places, you must be 12 years of age or older to drive an electric off-road dirt bike, except on land occupied by the vehicle owner or under the close supervision of an adult. Direct and close supervision by an adult is recommended. Age requirements for riding electric dirt bikes can vary by region and local regulations. Always check local laws and guidelines regarding age restrictions for off-road riding.
8. Do I need to wear a helmet to ride an off-road dirt bike?
Yes. You must wear an approved motorcycle helmet. Ensure that the helmet meets the approved standards for motorcycle or motor-assisted vehicle helmets and is properly fastened under the chin. In addition to a helmet, it is also recommended to wear other protective gear, such as goggles and riding boots.
9. Is it legal to ride the CAOFEN F80 on the streets and bike paths? Can I ride the CAOFEN F80 on public roads in Canada?
By default, the CAOFEN F80 is sold as an off-road bike and should not be ridden on public roads, streets, or bike paths in Canada unless permitted by local bylaws otherwise. Please consult your local dealer and the local Ministry of Transportation for more details regarding the feasibility of making the CAOFEN F80 street-legal.
10. Where can I use the CAOFEN F80 electric dirt bikes?
You can use the CAOFEN F80 on off-road terrains including:
Privately owned properties (Where you own the property or you have the permission to ride).
Public riding areas (Crown land is available for use by off-road motorized vehicles under the freedom of use policy unless otherwise posted.)
You can also choose to join local dirt biking clubs, such as the Ontario Federation of Trail Riders (OFTR). By paying a membership fee, you will have access to legal riding areas available to the club members.
11. Is the CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike suitable for beginners?
Yes, the CAOFEN F80 is suitable for riders of varying skill levels, including beginners. Its lightweight, simple gearing shifting and intuitive control make it easier for new riders to learn and enjoy off-road riding.
12. What is the difference between electric dirt bikes and conventional gas dirt bikes?
Electric dirt bikes, like the CAOFEN F80, are powered by electric motors and produce zero emissions. They tend to be quieter, require less maintenance, and have instant torque. In contrast, conventional gas dirt bikes use internal combustion engines and require gasoline, producing emissions and more noise. More importantly, electric dirt bikes are much easier to learn compared to their gas counterparts.
13. How can I find a local dealer?
To find a local dealer, visit the dealer locator page - Dealer Locator, enter your postal code to find the dealers near you.
14. Where can I buy the CAOFEN F80?
You can purchase the CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike from authorized dealers, or place an order online at emmo.ca.
15. What is the sale price of the CAOFEN F80?
Pricing and charges may vary, so it's best to check with your local authorized dealers for current pricing information.
16. What is the difference between different versions? OR-30? DS-30? DS-48?
All three CAOFEN F80 electric dirt bike models are designed for off-road use.
The OR-30, designed for challenging terrains, features 16" rear and 19" front tires for exceptional off-road performance. With knobby dirt bike tires and rear off-road suspension, it's the ultimate choice for enthusiasts seeking a bike for the roughest terrain.
The DS-30 strikes a balance between performance and comfort, ensuring a seamless off-road experience. It is a great choice for those who are looking for casual off-road riding.
Lastly, the DS-48 combines an elegant design with rugged dirt bike aesthetics and boasts an upgraded 72V/48Ah immersive cooling lithium battery, making it ideal for light off-road adventures with extended range.
17. How far can the CAOFEN F80 travel on a single charge?
The rated travel distance for OR-30 and DS-30 is 80km on one charge. For the DS-48 that is equipped with the 72V48Ah Lithium (Liquid Immersive Cooling), the travel distance can be up to 150km on one charge.
18. How do I charge the bike?
To charge the CAOFEN F80, use the standard electric charger provided. Plug it into a regular household outlet and follow the instructions in the owner's manual.
19. What is the charging time of CAOFEN F80?
The CAOFEN F80 can be fully charged in 2 hours.***
20. What is the top speed of the CAOFEN F80?
The CAOFEN F80 can reach a top speed of up to 85 km/h.
21. What is the difference between CAOFEN F80 and Surron Electric Dirt Bikes?
The CAOFEN F80 distinguishes itself from Surron Electric Dirt Bikes in several key aspects. The CAOFEN F80 boasts a robust Unibody Aluminum Frame, renowned for its superior strength when compared to Surron's welded aluminum frame. Moreover, the CAOFEN F80 incorporates an advanced battery temperature control system, enabling it to excel in the chilly Canadian climate. This system ensures not only enhanced durability but also delivers consistent, reliable performance, whether you're embarking on leisurely rides or competing at a professional level.
22. Compare CAOFEN F80 and Surron Light Bee X, which one is better?
When comparing CAOFEN F80 and Surron Light Bee X, CAOFEN F80 stands out with its stronger Unibody Aluminum Frame compared to Surron's welded frame. It also features a robust 72V power system and an 8kw motor, making it a more powerful choice. Additionally, CAOFEN F80's patented battery cooling technology ensures longer battery life and better overall performance.
23. What is the difference between CAOFEN F80 and Segway X160 / X260?
The CAOFEN F80 distinguishes itself from the Segway X160 and X260 in several key aspects. Firstly, the CAOFEN F80 features a robust Unibody Frame, offering exceptional durability and stability. In terms of speed, it outpaces the Segway models with a top speed of 85km/h compared to the X160's 50km/h and the X260's 75km/h. Additionally, the CAOFEN F80 offers an impressive maximum range of 150km, surpassing the Segway X260's 120km.
24. What is the difference between CAOFEN F80 and Talaria Sting?
When comparing the Talaria Sting series to the CAOFEN F80, it's clear that the CAOFEN F80 packs a more powerful punch with its 72V power system and an 8kw motor, while the Talaria Sting series comes with a 60V battery and a 1kw motor. Additionally, the CAOFEN F80's Unibody Aluminum Frame offers superior durability compared to the Talaria Sting series' welded aluminum frame. If you're seeking a bike that combines raw power and rugged durability for off-road adventures, the CAOFEN F80 is the standout choice.
25. Is the battery of the CAOFEN removable?
The battery for the CAOFEN F80 is not removable, and this design choice is intentional. CAOFEN's philosophy is that the battery is an integral part of the bike's structural integrity, and having a non-removable battery ensures its stability and safety during off-road rides. Furthermore, this design allows CAOFEN to implement battery immersion cooling technology, further enhancing the battery's performance and safety. To make charging more convenient, the CAOFEN F80 comes equipped with a fast-charging charger that can fully charge the battery in just two hours.
26. Is the CAOFEN F80 Electric Dirt Bike water-resistant?
The bike's battery has an IP67 rating, allowing it to be used in rainy, snowy conditions, and even through puddles, making it suitable for moderate water crossings during off-road rides. However, it is not intended for deep water crossings or extended exposure to water. To ensure proper usage, avoid submerging the bike and refer to the user manual or contact your local dealer for specific guidelines.
*Unless otherwise noted, ALL Caofen F80 products sold from EMMO and its authorized dealers are intended solely for off-road or race track use. The F80 series electric dirt bikes may not comply with certain Federal, Provincial, and/or Local laws, ordinances, and regulations. It is the buyer's responsibility to ensure the use of these products on their vehicle is in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations pertaining to on-road or highway use.
**The rated travel distance is determined under ideal conditions and does not take into account various factors that may affect the actual travel distance. These factors include but are not limited to, the weight of the rider, road conditions, weather conditions, and the overall condition of the bike. The actual travel distance may vary and may be shorter than the rated distance. We cannot guarantee any specific travel distance and advise riders to plan their trips accordingly.
***Actual charging time may vary. These factors include but are not limited to, the battery level before charging, total battery capacity, and overall condition of the battery. The actual charging time may be shorter or longer than the rated charging time. We cannot guarantee any specific charging time and advise riders to plan their trips and charge the battery accordingly.