Juiced Electric Scrambler

Jul 20, 2018

Category: Rides

Juiced Bikes’ latest e-bike has just been fully funded on Indiegogo, and soon you’ll be able to ride this awesome electric bike that can take on terrain of all types. Speed on the asphalt or tear it up off road with the Juiced Electric Scrambler.

With a retro appeal to its aesthetic – choose from either racing red or jet black – this scrambler is tuned up with the technology of the present. Each version of the bike comes with an advanced LCD display, hydraulic disc brakes, 4″ wide tires, adjustable handlebars, air suspension fork, and a powerful lumen front headlight. Three different variations of the bikes are available for purchase, each defined by a different lifestyle. The “Camp” Edition Scrambler is powered by a 52 Volt battery platform and 750W motor, and is a great off road bike. The “City” edition has ‘mag’ wheels and slick road tires for the commuter. Finally, the “Hyper” Scrambler is powered by a 1100 Watt MAC motor, allowing it to hit a top speed of 34 MPH. It also has an 1800 Lumen headlight, a Shimano 9 Speed cassette gear system, and enhancements across the board.

Purchase: $1,000

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