The EE 3 opens the world of offroad to eager kids with its modest 3.8kW motor, which equates to about 5 hp. The battery uses 60 lithium-ion cells that store up to 648Wh of energy, providing up to two hours of easygoing riding or around 30 minutes in more aggressive riding scenarios. An 80 percent charge can be reached in 30 minutes; a full charge takes an hour. The little e-moto has a tip sensor that cuts power instantly if the system detects a rollover. A wrist lanyard will also cut power if the rider loses control of the bike. It will feature six different ride modes, which can be saved or locked to allow parents to prevent little riders from accidentally accessing too much power. A chromium-molybdenum steel frame is suspended by a WP Xact 35mm fork and fully adjustable WP shock. Air in the left fork leg can be adjusted via air pump to account for rider weight and/or preference. The bike rolls on 10-inch aluminum wheels and Maxxis MX-ST tires and features hydraulic brakes with wave discs, front and rear. Seat height is adjustable from between 23.6 inches in the standard position and 21.9 inches in the lowered position.