ProdecoTech Titanio 29er Titanium E-Bikes

Apr 1, 2015

Category: Rides

There’s lots to like with the ProdecoTech Titanio 29er electric bicycle ($5,000), but we’re gonna start with maybe the coolest way to place a battery pack on a bike: disguise it as a water bottle.

Yeah, don’t go looking to quench your thirst with the 33V/9.3Ah battery, because while it bears an uncanny resemblance to a water bottle, it won’t taste that great. The other big highlight here is the brushed-titanium frame which looks awesome and helps lead to the bike weighing just 33 lbs. Top speed is 18 mph, and the battery is good for up to 30 miles per charge. Other features include Avid Elixir XO disc brakes, a front-wheel 250W motor, Mavic TN 319 29er rims with Continental Race King 29×2 tires, a 10-speed SRAM XO drivetrain on the back, a RockShox SID AIR PushLoc fork on the front, and a Gyes leather saddle. [Purchase]

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