ICON E-Flyer II Electric Bicycle

Aug 25, 2014

Category: Rides

The ICON E-Flyer electric bicycle sold even better than hotcakes (last we checked, hotcakes don’t sell out), with its dazzling retro styling, regenerative braking and EV system getting riders more than 30 miles on a single charge. Now, a sequel is about to drop, the E-Flyer II, and appetites are being whet worldwide.

All of the specs haven’t been released yet, but we do know the company’s next electric bike will be equipped with hydraulic brakes, offer up nine colorways to choose from, and feature a plethora of other options to consider. The original E-Flyer was handmade in California, maxed out at 36 mph in race mode, featured conventional paddle disc brake controls, was limited to only 50 units, and went for a cool 5 grand. [Purchase]

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