Oto Cycles Vintage Style Electric Bicycles

Mar 2, 2014

Category: Rides

Like seeing Helen Mirren twerking, it’s rare but thrilling to see something old doing something new. That’s the case with these handmade Oto Cycles from Barcelona. They look like something out of the Leave It to Beaver era, but their tech is clearly of the Leave It to Bieber era.

Choose from a handful of charming retro designs, and then startle your friends when they see the electric motor pushing you past them at more than 30 mph. The 21st century goodness continues on bikes such as the OtoR with an LCD display, Brooks saddle, and whisper quiet 750w. Pick your preferences when it comes to colors, tires, saddles, motor, battery and more, then prepare to go back to the future. [Purchase]

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