The Storm Electric Bike

Feb 12, 2015

Category: Rides

Electric bikes always get us a little excited when we see them, but then we see the price tag and remember the rent money is still due. But man, $600 (for one more day—offer ends 11:59pm, February 13) for what looks like a versatile and off-road-ready bike? The Storm Electric Bike warrants some serious attention.

Billed as “the world’s most affordable eBike,” the Storm features a 350 Watt motor that gets up to 20 mph. The chunky all-terrain tires and water-resistant construction mean this bike is more than ready for blasting through sand or dirt, and it can travel a range of 30 to 50 miles on a single charge. A full charge of the Lithium Ion battery takes about 90 minutes, and the bike itself weighs just 55 lbs. [Purchase]

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