2018 Vintage Electric Scrambler S

May 9, 2018

Category: Rides

Vintage Electric has wrought another machine built to get dirty. Intended as an homage to an era of greasy, motorheaded mania, the Scrambler S is a dirty delinquent with the cleanliness of electric power.

Built to ride through rugged terrain, the Scrambler S has a durable and generous suspension fork. Dual sport valving makes the roughest roads smooth. With five speed options, the rider can change gears to accommodate any road – steep or sheer, asphalt or…otherwise. It can stop on a dime; regenerative hydraulic disc brakes will grind the Scrambler to a halt whatever the topographic situation. An 1123 watt-hour lithium battery is among the beefiest on the e-bike market, lasting for 75 miles on one charge. A top speed of 36 mph makes this electric bike a scaled-down, but still scintillating tribute to the rugged rides it references with its blacked-out livery and single sepia-toned LED headlight. The clean-energy but still nasty Scrambler S is a glimpse of the future, dressed as an outlaw’s antique.

Purchase: $7,000

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