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Scrambler E-Bike V2.0

Dutch custom bicycle workshop Timmermans Fietsen have presented the updated version of their popular Scrambler E-Bike, an electric bicycle inspired by a scrambler motorcycle. The new Scrambler E-bike V2.0 boasts the same vintage vibe, but now features an improved  performance and some new tech details. This time the bike has a double crown Marzocchi downhill fork and seat suspension with an air damper, a battery with integrated display and control has been fitted, and the motor can be tuned from 250 watt up to 750 watt. Furthermore, the bike is equipped with Schwalbe 70mm tires, Gates carbondrive, TRP discbrakes, 3 speed hub, Busch & Müller Healight and a Supernova rearlight.



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TARFORM ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE | Image

TARFORM ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE

New York startup Tarform set out to design a new breed of electric motorcycles by uniting it with technology of today to create a new riding experience. And they are doing that through beautiful and innovative design, and building some of the most spectacular electric motorcycles we have ever seen. Manufactured in Brooklyn and designed in Stockholm, Tarform is currently taking preorders for its first motorcycle, a sleek bike that features a number of 3D printed part...
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MAYES SCHOOL BUS CONVERSION

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Byton Electric SUV

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