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OtoR Electric Bike by Oto Cycles

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Nov 4, 2015

Category: Rides

Oto Cycles has designed a vintage-looking electric bike that’s driven by technology, which the company has named the OtoR Electric Bike.

The Barcelona bike manufacturer shows their passion for retro design with the OtoR. Each bike is built entirely by hand, and they’re fully costumizable with a variety of options, such as a 6-speed revoshift. It comes with a 250w, 500w or 750w motor (depending on which option you choose), and it can travel at speeds of up to 34 miles per hour. It comes with a 5-level cycle computer LCD display that is mounted on the handle bars. The bike has thick, motorcycle-style tires that come in a variety of color options (we recommend whitewall, of course). The bike weighs just 60 pounds, and it can reach 73 miles on one charge. It has a bold design that will surely turn some heads. [Purchase]

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