Avionics V1 Electric Bike
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We guarantee you'll turn heads riding the V1 e-bike ($TBD). First, there's the low-slung motorcycle silhouette. Then there's that blacked-out Chromoly steel frame accented by a seat, hand grips, and battery case made from jabota, a strong wood from Central America.
But the bike isn't just about good looks. You also get a smooth ride, thanks to a sprung metal shock absorber under the seat and mechanical disk brakes. The 750-watt motor pushes the bike up to 36 miles per hour at a max range of 75 miles.