Fiido Electric Bikes – Range Overview

In this article, I’m going to be taking a closer look at the range of electric bikes available from Fiido, and share with you the latest deals available direct from their website. Fiido produce a range of high-quality, affordable e-bikes, ranging from the diminutive D3 Pro through to the versatile T1 cargo e-bike. Below, I’ve listed their most popular models in order of ascending price.

Fiido D3 Pro Folding E-Bike

fiido d3 pro

Starting off with the Fiido D3 Pro, this is Fiido’s cheapest e-bike at just under $700. It’s aimed at ‘last mile’ commuters, students or anyone looking for a quick and easy way to get around. Featuring a 36v 7.8Ah battery and 250w motor it’s fairly light at 17.5kg and folds down quickly to a manageable size. The D3 Pro has all the features of bigger folding e-bikes like mudguards, disc brakes and lights.

  • Very cheap at under $700
  • Fairly lightweight for an e-bike
  • Compact in size
  • Folds quickly

  • Single gear
  • Small wheels

Fiido D2S Compact Folding E-Bike

fiido d2s

The Fiido D2S is the next model up from the D3 Pro, and comes in at just under $800. For the extra money you get even more versatility. The motor and battery are the same, but you get 6-gears, 16″ wheels and a rear suspension unit. It’s also aimed at students and commuters, but is a bit more forgiving than the D3 Pro, especially if you have hills or rougher ground on your journey

  • Great value for money
  • 6 Gears
  • 16″ wheels
  • Rear suspension unit

  • Heavier than the D3 Pro
  • Small capacity battery

Fiido L3 Long-Range Folding E-Bike

fiido l3

The Fiido L3 is in a class of its own. There’s no other folding e-bike that boasts a massive  48v 23Ah battery – not even close! One of the main issues with folding electric bikes, is they usually have small batteries, and as such limited assisted range. The Fiido L3 bucks the trend in not only voltage (48v) but total energy capacity (a massive 1113Wh). For under $1000 it’s unbeatable value for money and is great for long commutes. The claimed range is up to 125 miles – I think this is optimistic, although may be possible with a light rider, using the lowest assist level on flat ground. I reckon a realistic range is going to be around 70-80 miles which is still great!

  • Massive battery capacity
  • Great value
  • Comfortable
  • 48v motor

  • Battery makes bike very heavy
  • Only a single speed

Fiido M1 Pro

fiido m1 pro

The Fiido M1 Pro is a quality, folding fat tire e-bike available for the bargain price of under $1300. With 4″ wide knobbly tires, it’s designed to handle riding on sand, mud or even snow. It will also be great for commuting, as the large tires combined with front and rear suspension will smooth out the roughest of road surfaces. The M1 Pro features an integrated 48v 12.8Ah battery powering a 500w geared rear hub motor.

  • Fat tires
  • Front and rear suspension
  • Comfortable riding position
  • Powerful 500w motor

  • Very heavy
  • Bulky when folded

Fiido D11 Folding Electric Bike

fiido d11

The Fiido D11 is a sleek and lightweight folding e-bike aimed at commuters and leisure riders. It features a neat 36v 11.6Ah seatpost battery and a smooth 250w hub motor. It shares a very similar frame design with the more expensive X model (featured below). It doesn’t have the high-tech features of the X, but is a great option if your budget is under $1000.

  • Sleek frame design
  • Seatpost battery
  • Fairly lightweight
  • Folds quickly

  • Battery cable is exposed

Fiido D21 Folding Electric Bike

fiido d21

The Fiido D21 is priced halfway between the D11 and X. It has torque-sensing pedal assist (like the X), but has mechanical disc brakes, no security keypad and wireless battery connection. It has the same smooth motor and feel of the X without the extra refinements – perfect if you don’t really need these extra features and want to save a bit of money.

  • Torque-sensing assist
  • Smooth motor
  • Seatpost battery
  • Folds quickly

  • Exposed battery cable

Fiido X Folding Electric Bike

fiido x review

The Fiido X is my favourite e-bike in their range. I’m a little biased as I own one of these, and ride it almost daily. It’s awash with high-tech features not usually found on any folding e-bike, and has even won design awards. The styling is definitely futuristic and a nod to the tech that lurks underneath. A smooth and silent hub motor, activated by efficient torque-sensing pedal assist makes the Fiido X a joy to ride! Battery range is impressive – I can get 50 miles between charges using level 1-2 assist. If you’re looking for a small e-bike that rides exceptionally well, I can highly recommend the Fiido X. For more info, read my Fiido X review over at

  • Torque-sensing assist
  • Futuristic styling
  • Wireless battery connection
  • Hydraulic brakes
  • Very quiet and smooth motor

  • I find the keypad a tad annoying

Fiido T1 Electric Cargo Bike

fiido t1

The Fiido T1 is their affordable electric cargo bike. For the price, it’s got a great specification and features a very powerful 750w hub motor with large 48v 20Ah battery (960Wh). It benefits from a step-through frame design, making it accessible to riders of all ages and abilities. Plus, it has a comfortable, upright riding position.

Gearing it 7-speed Shimano and the T1 rocks 4″ fat tires with the added bonus of front suspension forks. On the cargo end, there’s a large front basket and heavy-duty rear cargo rack.

I really like the design of the Fiido T1, it’s a very viable alternative to the Rad Power RadRunner Plus and has great potential as a commuter or shopping bike.

  • 750w hub motor
  • Very powerful battery
  • Step-through frame design
  • Comfortable riding position
  • Cargo rack and basket
  • 4″ wide fat tires

  • Very heavy


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