Rungu Electric Juggernaut Bike

Aug 17, 2016

Category: Rides

If your mountain bike ran away to go to Burning Man for a week and then woke up in a blur in the Tesla Gigafactory it’d probably look like the Rungu Electric Juggernaut.

OK – so while it may be fun to tease this trike for how it looks, it actually has a whole lot going for it. It’s a surprisingly ideal mode of transportation for moving across a beach or snowy fields. The large front two wheels and large back wheel make it so riders can easily navigate this thing over soft terrain that they’d otherwise never be able to reach on a bike or in a car. What makes this model really stand out, however, is that it comes equipped with an electric engine to help you get this big thing moving. Equipped with a torquey 3 phase hub motor that has a 20 mile range and a top speed of 20 miles an hour. Whether you are looking for an addition to your desert costume or a good way to get around the beach, this is a solid way to do it. Prices start at $4,300. [Purchase]

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