Monday Motorbikes has released its new electric bicycle which will help
Monday Motorbikes of Brisbane, CA, has released the M1, an electric bicycle requiring no license or registration. The bike features regenerative braking, five-hour home recharge and quick-swap batteries for extended range.
The instrument panel displays power consumption, has a usb port and programable keyless ignition with password. The bike has a range of 50 miles, with Sport and Economy modes. It’s also Bluetooth enabled for smartphone use.
The brushless DC motor is hung from a loop frame, with dual-shock swingarm, telescopic fork and front disc brake. The lithium-ion batteries are housed in a faux fuel tank on the upper frame tube. (Given the ample space in the lower frame loop, we would like to see the batteries relocated for a lower center of mass/gravity. And please tell the rider models to buckle those helmets. –Papa)
For more information go to mondaymotorbikes.com.