Eunorau Flash e-bike with 220-mile range has just arrived
The Eunorau Flash e-bike series is now crowdfunding on Indiegogo. The electric bicycle is available in three models: the Flash-lite with a 750 W rear drive motor, the Flash-AWD with dual 750 W motors delivering 2,000 W peak power, and the Flash with a 1,000 W 220 Nm mid-drive motor. The motors can be operated using a thumb throttle, and the range-topping Flash has a built-in torque sensor.
The Flash e-bikes can be equipped with a 2,808 Wh LG battery, allowing you to ride for up to 220 miles (~350 km) range with pedal assistance or 110 miles (~180 km) using the electric motor only; the battery takes three to four hours to charge fully. Hydraulic lockout front suspension and 20 x 4-in fat tires help to make your ride more comfortable. The two-seater EV has a 150 lux headlight that allows you to see and be seen in darker conditions and a motor cut-off sensor in the brake handles to keep you safe. A full-color matrix LCD shows your speed and battery charge level, and app syncing lets you view further information on your phone.
With an aluminum frame, the bike weighs 82 to 92 lbs (~37 to 42 kg) and supports loads up to 440 lbs (~200 kg). Indiegogo campaign pledges for the Eunorau e-bikes start at US$1,499 for the Flash-lite, US$1,699 for the Flash-AWD and US$1,899 for the Flash. These prices offer 31 to 34% discounts on the MSRPs, which range from US$2,199 to US$2,899. Eunorau plans to ship the product worldwide this August.