Kosynier’s Electric Bikes Pay Homage To Pre-Depression Era Motorcycles

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Polish brothers Marcin and Michał Bielawski grew up with an immense passion for antique cars and motorcycles, and it’s this love for vintage vehicles that would ultimately prompt the pair to found their own yesteryear-inspired bike company known as Kosynier Manufacture, which has just unveiled its first two head-turning models.

Taking ample inspiration from pre-Depression era motorcycles, Kosynier’s inaugural lineup is comprised of the deLux and the BOARDTRACK. Made entirely by hand, both electric bikes are built around Chromoly frames and feature hand-formed steel body pieces, a slew of genuine leather accents, and an aluminum battery pack housing that clearly emulates the look and shape of a classic V-Twin engine. As its name suggests, the BOARDTRACK is modeled after early 1900s boardtrack racers and boasts a 10,000W powertrain with a 72V, 54Ah Lithium-Ion battery — a setup that affords a 60mph top speed and a range of up to 100 miles. Armed with a 750W motor, the Kosynier deLux packs a 62-mile range and an assisted top speed of 20mph.

The Kosynier Manufacture vintage electric bikes are available for order now, with pricing for the Kosynier deLux and the Kosynier BOARDTRACK starting at approximately $10,080 and $9,800, respectively.

Purchase: $9,800+

Photo: Kosynier Manufacture
Photo: Kosynier Manufacture
Photo: Kosynier Manufacture