eTricks Evolution R01 Electric Hybrid Bike

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The electric hybrid bicycle market is still in its infancy, but products like the eTricks Evolution R01 have us grinning from ear to ear during these early stages.

Powered by an onboard 2,500-watt electric engine, or good old fashioned pedal power, this 2-wheeler was designed to tackle both the backroad dirt path as well as main street. Whether you’re looking for some outdoor adventures, or a commuter bike, the Evolution R01 is ready for the task at hand. The bike has been outfitted with a maintenance free belt drive and hydraulic suspension alongside the powerful motor. The electric motor is good for about 25 miles of travel, and will help you achieve speeds near 30 miles per hour. Of course you can always use your legs in a sticky situation. See this thing in action below. [Purchase]

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