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Etricks Evolution R01

The all-terrain eTricks Evolution R01 will add some fun to your daily commuting, it is also great for the leisure and sporty trips in the weekend. The street legal moped/bicycle fusion, can be used with pedals, or with foot pegs if you want to let the 2,500 W electric engine take over and do the work for you. The R01 has a range of 25 miles and can reach a top speed of almost 30mph. Equipped with a maintenance free belt drive, powerful motor, brakes and hydraulic suspension, the Evolution R01 is the perfect machine for the new generation of freeriders. watch the video



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LAND ROVER D90 GREY | Image

LAND ROVER D90 GREY

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BACK TO THE FUTURE TOYOTA TACOMA | Image

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CUSTOM MOTORBIKES | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO | Image

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