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Billy Electric BMX Bike

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Dec 7, 2017

Category: Rides

While we’re definitely already onboard with the electric bicycle trend, we must admit that the ones currently on the market leave something to be desired. It’s not that they’re not worthwhile from a technical standpoint, bur rather that their style isn’t quite what we like. And that’s what sets the Enki Billy eBike apart – it’s styled like a BMX bike.

Thankfully, the Billy doesn’t sacrifice any functionality as a result. It’s built from super lightweight and durable 6061 aluminum, features a 500W Fat Bike hub motor (with a range of 41 miles per charge and a top speed of 20 mph), and is equipped with a 13.6Ah Samsung lithium-ion battery. It’s even fitted with the same belt drive used on Harley Davidson and Buell motorcycles and folds down for easier storage. If you like the idea of getting an ebike, but the street and mountain styles aren’t quite your thing, you might want to look into this Kickstarter. Prices start at $1,390.

Kickstarter: $1,390+

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