SUPER73 Rounds Out Its E-Bike Offerings With A Larger, Lighter Retro Z-Series Ride

Jun 21, 2021

Category: Rides

Ever since launching back in 2016, SUPER73 has continued to shake up the e-bike industry with its neo-retro moto aesthetic. For though most other offerings on the market are designed to look as much like a traditional bicycle as possible, the Southern California-based brand’s bold approach is one that’s resulted in some seriously shreddable fun machines. Just check out their latest model, for instance.

It’s called the ‘ZX,’ and it’s essentially a redesigned version of the entry-level SUPER73-Z1. As such, it loses the steel frame in favor of a larger, lighter aluminum-alloy unit, allowing for an improved range as well as a more accommodating ride. It also now features a removable battery, meaning that users can give it a quick charge without having to haul the whole bike inside. Rated for up to 325lbs of rider capacity, it comes with four different pedal-assist modes (Eco, Tour, Sport, and Super), a top speed of 28mph, and an estimated 25-50 miles of range depending on usage. Add to that support for smartphone connectivity and some versatile LZRD street tires, and it makes for one hell of a value proposition at just $1,995. Pre-order it now at the link below.

Purchase: $1,995

Photo: SUPER73
Photo: SUPER73
Photo: SUPER73

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