Derringer Cycles is a bike brand that has focused on gas powered bicycles but now they have a retro board track style e-bike that they are offering!
This classic styled e-bike comes equipped with a U.S. built chromoly frame, powerful rear hub motor, a lithium ion battery with 3 size options, high quality components, and customization options.
Derringer is offering 3 different electric bike models: The Heritage Series $3500, The Signature Series $4500, and the Bespoke Series $6500.
Here is a video of the Derringer Cycle electric from their Kickstarter campaign:
The Derringer Cycles Electric Bike Details
The chromoly frames are hand built in Portland Oregon and the bikes are assembled in Los Angeles California.
The chromoly springer style fork adds to the classic styling.
The lithium ion battery is housed in what looks like a fuel tank along the top tube of the frame. There are 3 battery size options: 37V 12.5ah, 52V 12.5ah, and 63V 12.5ah. There are 2 charger options than can recharge the battery in 2-3 hours.
The bikes come stock with a high torque direct drive motor but there is an option for a geared rear hub motor. The bikes come stock in US street legal mode of 750 watts and 20 mph max speed. There is an option to “tune” the bike to provide 2,000 or 2,800 watts of power.
A Magura twist grip throttle is the way you add assist and Magura MT2 hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors slow the bike down.
A Cycle Analyst e-bike computer, provides information on its large backlit LCD display including speed, distance, battery info, power, net energy, and more.
You can customize a Derringer Cycles electric to fit your style with many colors to choose from, board track style drop bars or cruiser style riser bars, 2 Brooks saddle options, etc.
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