Scrambler E-Bike

Aug 1, 2016

Category: Rides

If you are going to be using some of the newest and sexiest tech out there on a bike, one would assume that it would look the part; sleek, futuristic, and just generally looking like it came from out of a time machine sent from years ahead. The Scrambler E-Bike embodies none of those traits and we love that.

Built with a frame sourced from a transport bike originally used in the 1930s, this old school set of wheels features a three speed hub, disk brakes, and an electric motor that can get the bike going at up to 15 mph or 28 mph depending on which version you purchase. No more sweating it up those hills. For riders who like to hop off-road and get around in the dark, this bike comes with a set of large dirt hungry tires, and a headlight grille made custom from the Timmermans Fietsen. Prices start at $3,800. [Purchase]

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