Whoever said “everything in moderation” obviously never took a ride on the new Daymak Beast 2.0 e-bike. There’s nothing moderate about this ridiculous yet awesome display of a monster electric bicycle — emphasis on the “electric” and a mere passing nod to the “bicycle.” Look no further than the massive frame or the giant tires, and you’ll quickly realize this isn’t your run-of-the-mill e-bike. Instead, Toronto-based Daymak focused on building the ultimate off-road two-wheeler that just happens to also have pedals. Those pedals, which some like to call vestigial pedals, are fully functional yet aren’t likely to get a lot of use. They’re mounted way far back and have the tiniest of crank arms. But they work, and that classifies it as an electric bicycle for all legal intents and purposes. The Daymak Beast 2.0 is rolling on giant 21 x 7 x 10-inch tires — a size that is normally reserved for ATVs. The rear wheel houses a hub motor that is rated at 500 W, but is almost certainly underrated. The legal limit for e-bikes in Canada is 500 W, but this sucker looks suspiciously like the 1.5 kW motor I put on my 40 mph (64 km/h) electric bicycle. And with its 50 V controller, the Daymak Be...