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VanMoof V Hyperbike

Dutch minimalist urban bicycle manufacturer Vanmoof has has just announced a new high-speed electric bicycle model known as the VanMoof V, an electric bike the company is referring to as a "hyperbike". The high-speed electric bike is capable of hitting an insane top speed of 60km/h (37mph), making it the ideal city transportation means to replace cars and scooters. There is also two-wheel drive, thicker tires, a new frame design and front and rear suspension, which could make lengthier trips more comfortable. Powered by a hulking 700Wh battery, the mighty bike also features a Turbo Boost button, automatic shifting, and a keyless kick lock among the anti-theft and recovery tech. The first deliveries of the VanMoof V will begin in late 2022, and it is set to be priced at $3498.



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ICON FJ44 PETERSON SPECIAL

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