Hello, guys! We strive to provide you with cool and unique articles about American Muscle cars and today we’re gonna talk about muscle cars and …. electric bikes. Yes, electric bikes!
You all know why carmakers build muscle cars – because people buy them, and they add luster to the brands. They’re wrapped up in the flag, right along with apple pie and motherhood. Does Car and Driver or Road & Track put Ford Fiestas on the cover, or Boss 302 Mustangs? Incidentally, that model first appeared in 1969 and 1970, which is when muscle car fever was in full bloom. No early muscle car had anything but a V-8 under the hood and that was amazing, but when you think about 1969 Boss 429 got 9-12 mpg on premium fuel.. well, that’s the other side of the coin. However, the new muscle cars era does better with about 17 mpg in the city and a credible 26 mpg on the highway. Back in the days the gasoline was 30 cents, now it’s $3.30 per gallon and don’t get me wrong – I love muscle cars, but recently I stumbled upon the Predator Offroad Electric Bike from REEF Bikes. Read more!
REEF Bikes is Australia`s Number 1 Electric Bicycle Brand providing quality electric bikes to suit your lifestyle. E-bikes are a fun and sustrainable form of transport – they help reduce traffic jams, C02 emmissions and public transport delays. Many people claim that cycling has its health benefits and that’s true, but what about people with health reasons, knee problems, etc. who love riding bikes? Well, as I said earlier, the Predator Offroad Electric Bike really got my attention.
With its 500 Watt powerful brushless electric motor, this bike can reach up to 30 km/h without pedaling within a few seconds! The dual disc brakes and monster dirtbike “Zoom” suspension take very good care of your safety, so that you may fully enjoy the offroad experience! According the specifications, the featured electric motor is powered by high quality Panasonic battery that fits inside the frame and you can go up to 50 km with one charge. Please note that it doesn’t charge while you pedal, because the aim is to make your pedaling easier, thanks to the Torque Sensor Pedal Assist.
Another cool feature is the 2 inch LCD digital display that will keep track of your speed, mileage, battery, etc. and the hydraulic suspension saddle will make your ride far more comfortable. I almost forgot about the Dual High-Beam Headlights – these provide great visibility and enhanced safety in low-light conditions. Anyway, you can view more details about this product at the manufacturer’s website.
In conclusion I will say that muscle cars will never die, despite President Obama is looking at a 56.2 mpg standard for 2025, but if you love cycling and want to do it in style, then you should definitely check out these e-bikes.