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Pocket Rocket

Germany-based motor company SOL Motors have introduced the Pocket Rocket, a compact urban commuter vehicle. The light and fast electric two-wheeler with an award winning design is capable of 50mph speeds thanks to the 8.5 horsepower packed in a hub-mounted electric motor. The Pocket Rocket features a lightweight aluminum tube frame, App connectivity for both Android and iOS, headlamp, rear brake light, turn signals and a removable 220V battery that is easy charged using AC power supply. Once fully charged it can travel 50 miles. Standing at just 2.5ft tall, and with a weight of just 121 pounds, you can store the Pocket Rocket nearly anywhere. watch the video below



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TAIL WAGON | BIKE PET TRAILER

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JEEP SHORTCUT

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