The Vintage Electric 72 Volt Scrambler a powerful motorcycle-inspired electric bike with knobby tire setup and inverted suspension fork to handle a bit of gravel and off-road use. Near-silent Crystalyte gearless hub motor offers 180nm of torque, regenerative braking, and can be unlocked for high-speed off-road use. Available in one color and frame size for the Scrambler, but Vintage also sells the Roadster and Shelby models in different colors with street tires if you prefer. Responsive torque and cadence sensing pedal assist, variable speed trigger throttle, powerful hydraulic disc brakes with oversized 203mm front rotor. Sturdy Boost hub spacing, thru-axles, and adjustable inverted suspension fork. Comfortable hand-crafted leather saddle, grips, and optional suspension seat post. Excellent weight distribution, reliable single-speed drivetrain, beautiful pedals, rear fender, and paint-matched chain cover. Battery pack is not removable and the bike is fairly heavy, which could impact how and where it is charged. It’s fairly expensive and shipping costs $199 extra unless you live near their HQ. Kickstand may create pedal lock, single speed drivetrain limits cadence options, display is fairly simple, only comes in one frame size.
0:00 Introduction, other 72 Volt Performance Series models
0:42 Total weight 81lbs, battery and motor highlights
2:06 Charge port and kickstand, adjustable battery charger
2:56 Battery care, single speed, regenerative braking
4:08 Boost hub spacing, sturdy thick axles, high speed key
4:58 Price plus shipping, company headquarters, brakes
5:43 Suspension fork adjustability, disc brake details
6:08 Tire details, rims, spokes, cranks, pedals, chain cover
6:51 Optional rear rack, pannier bags, seat post options
7:20 Powering on the bike, showing the integrated lights
7:57 Swept-back handlebar, one frame size, leather grips
8:33 Display panel walkthrough, lights, settings, walk mode
10:29 Ride test begins handheld cam, body cam, frame cam
14:14 Conclusion, thank-yous, compare tool and forums
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