Monday Motorbike’s Anza Is A Modern EV Interpretation Of A 1970s-Style Moped

While the electric bike and scooter market has witnessed an enormous influx of startups and models over the last year or two, California’s Monday Motorbikes is one of the more reputable, long-running companies in the space, originally founded in 2015 in a San Francisco apartment by a doctorate-holding mechanical engineer. After the success of several generations of the EV outfit’s M1 model, Monday has just revealed an all-new fully-electric two-wheeled offering with the Anza.

Named after the street the company was first started on, the Anza is an electric pedal assist e-bike that’s built around one of Monday’s signature single-cradle frames and rides on spoked wheels shod in beefy CST tires. A low-profile faux tank houses the bulk of the electronics, while the motor is located in the rear hub. A lightly kicked-up scrambler-style saddle affords the little runner a more modern appearance, too. Capable of speeds of up to 35mph, this modern take on a 1970s-style moped also gets a full-color display, and swappable batteries. The Monday Motorbikes Anza is available now, priced at $1,500 for the 500W and $2,500 for the 750W-spec — both of which are backed by an unlimited mileage, one-year warranty. For more information, check out the link below.

Purchase: $1,500+