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Juiced Scrambler Review

By Jordan Grimes   /  Last updated - November 16, 2023   /  Electric Bikes, Juiced Bikes, Reviews

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Juiced Bikes Scrambler moped-style e-Bike comes in two distinct styles, the Juiced Camp Scrambler and the Juiced City Scrambler.

The Camp Scrambler comes with knobby tires and regular spoked wheels for extra traction, durability, and performance off-road. On the other hand, the City Scrambler comes with Mag wheels and urban tires for less demanding city riding.

Aside from that, both versions of the Scrambler e-bike are the same and perform great in diverse scenarios thanks to powerful electronics, hydraulic disc brakes, and a rear rack designed to have the carrying capacity for an extra person.

Full Specifications

Juiced Bikes Brand Juiced Bikes
Scrambler Model Hyper Scrambler 2
Moped-style Type Moped-style
n/a Model Year n/a
Urban, Light Trails, Commuting Designed For Urban, Light Trails, Commuting
1,799 Price (USD) 2,999
Moped, Front suspension Frame Types Moped, Dual-suspension
5’7″ & up Frame Size Recommendation 5’7″ & taller
20″ x 4″ (City) 4.25″ (Camp) Tire Size 20″ x 4″ (City) 4.25″ (Camp)
Class 3 E-Bike Class Class 4
28mph Max Speed 30mph
45+ Range (mi) 100+
750W Bafang Motor 1,000W Bafang Retroblade
Geared Hub Motor Type Geared Hub
52V 13Ah Battery 2x 52V 19.2Ah
676Wh Capacity 2,000Wh
Yes Throttle Yes
Custom Aluminum Heat-Treated Frame Material Custom Aluminum Heat-Treated
Triple Clamp Hydraulic Lockout, travel ? mm Front Suspension Triple Clamp Hydraulic Lockout, travel ? mm
Tektro Hydraulic Brakes Tektro Hydraulic
n/a Rotors (mm) n/a
Custom Padded Double Seat Saddle Custom Padded Double Seat
78lbs Weight 119lbs
275 Max weight (lbs) 275
30 Day Trial / 1-Year Warranty Warranty 30 Day Trial / 1-Year Warranty

HyperScrambler 2 Review


Scrambler series – “Fast & Fun Adventure Bikes”

The Juiced Hyper Scrambler takes it to the next level with dual battery capacity giving incredible ranges up to 100 miles with the 2nd battery added.

In addition, the bike has full suspension, which allows it to perform better off-road, smoother pedal assistance thanks to cadence and torque sensing, extra 250W from the motor, turn signals and brake lights, and an ultra-bright 2000 lumen headlight, among other upgrades.

Is the Juiced Bikes Scrambler a legal eBike?

  • Scrambler – Class 3
  • HyperScrambler 2 – Class 4

The Scrambler is a Class 3 electric bike has it has a max-assisted speed of 28mph. Additionally, it has a throttle which allows it to run on electricity only.

Class 3 e-bikes are legal in most states. However, they are subject to greater restrictions (helmet requirements, area restrictions, age requirements) in some states and overseas, for example, in Europe.

The HyperScramber 2 e-bike is a Class 4 bike as it has a max-assisted speed of 30mph. Class 4 bikes are considered the same as scooters or mopeds and are subject to the same licensing and use requirements for use on the road. However, you can use these bikes in other situations, such as off-road hunting bikes without licensing.

Juiced Scrambler Review

Scrambler Juiced Bikes

Available in mag wheels for city riding (20×4″) and spoked wheels for trail rides (20×4.25″)

  • Price: $1,799
  • 28mph / 750W Bafang rear hub motor, Class 3 eBike
  • Battery – 52V 13Ah – 676Wh, Availability to upgrade for a 19.2Ah (1,000Wh)
  • Cadence Pedal Sensor + Throttle Assist
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Fits riders: 5’7″ & taller


  • Two models to choose from depending on your riding style
  • Hydraulic lockout suspension fork
  • Tektro hydraulic disc brakes
  • High 1300W peak power
  • 1,050 lumen LED headlight
  • Two passenger capacity
  • Versatile and comfortable fat tires on both models


  • Low weight capacity of 275lbs despite an extra passenger seat
  • 78lbs weight is very high for the Camp Scrambler electric bike
  • Minimal 7-speed gearing is low for off-roading
  • Not very comfortable for riders over 6ft tall


The Juiced Scrambler is, without a doubt, a good deal at $1,799. It has a respectable range, a high-powered motor, comfortable components and geometry, and other helpful additions such as a headlight and space for an extra passenger. Additionally, we like that this bike comes in different styles depending on how you want to ride.

Although the bike itself is pretty heavy and has limited rider height compatibility, you will surely enjoy riding it for its unique design and excellent value if you look past those small details.

Hyper Scrambler 2 Review

Dual Suspension / Dual Battery / Moped-style e-bike

City Scrambler Juiced Bikes

A moped-style long-range 20″ wheel eBike – Dual-battery – 2,000Wh

  • MSRP: $2,999 – $3,499
  • 30+mph / 1,000W Bafang, Class 4 eBike
  • Dual Battery Capacity – 52V 19.2Ah
  • Cadence and Torque Sensor + Throttle Assist
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Fits riders: 5’7″ & taller


  • Passenger seat-ready
  • Full suspension
  • High max assisted speed of over 30mph
  • Huge 100+ mile range with dual batteries
  • 2,000-lumen headlight
  • 4.25″ puncture-resistant fat tires
  • USB charging
  • Cadence and torque-sensing motor


  • This bike is hefty with two batteries at 119lbs (96lbs without)
  • Class 4 e-bikes must be licensed to use on the road
  • Basic control panel
  • You cannot adjust the seat
  • Hydraulic disc brake rotors are slightly undersized for the power (180mm)


In the Hyper Scrambler bike, Juiced has made an incredibly powerful and fun moped-style e-bike that is inexpensive and versatile enough to use in many scenarios. In addition, thanks to the extra passenger seat space, you can share the enjoyment with a friend or family member.

Because of the low carrying capacity of 275lbs and the limited seat adjustment, we feel some minor adjustments could make this bike even better.

However, long-range, smooth and high-power, comfortable full suspension, and all bells and whistles for safety and convenience mean this bike is a joy to use for any (licensed) rider.

Street-Legal Moped Features

  • Bright headlight
  • Turn signals
  • Horn
  • Brake Light & Turn Signals
  • Mirrors

About the Author

Jordan Grimes

Jordan Grimes is an avid cyclist who loves to travel and has found his bike to be perfect company on road trips in the USA, through national parks, and in countries such as Canada, Ireland, and Spain.
His passion for travel and work in the tourism and hospitality sector has allowed him to live in incredible places like Ireland, Canada, the USA, and the Cayman Islands. He has since relocated to southern Spain, where he works as a freelance writer, practicing Spanish and cycling in the famous Sierra Nevada mountains. He specializes in writing cycling blog articles, health and performance-related topics, and other informative pieces. You can contact him on Linkedin.

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