Vintage Electric Cruz E-Bike

Apr 23, 2015

Category: Rides

Take a good look at Vintage Electric’s new Cruz e-bike and then act fast if you like it, because only 50 units were made, and they’re going on a first-come, first-served basis.

There’s a lot to like here too, as this classic California cruiser uses design elements reminiscent of the American Art Deco movement, yet still reaches a robust top speed of 36 mph when in race mode. A 52-volt battery yields a 30-mile range and needs just two hours to fully recharge. The Cruz also features regenerative breaking, coupled with Shimano Alfine hydraulic disk brakes for pinpoint stopping power. High-quality components were used every step of the way, with a sandcast aluminum battery box, LED lighting, Phil-Wood front hub, and a Brooks England Ltd leather saddle and grips. Rustle up $4,995 and grab one while you can. [Purchase]

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