Optibike R22 Everest e-bike has 300 miles range and 36 mph top speed
The Optibike R22 Everest is a new adventure e-bike. With up to 300 miles (~483 km) range, the company claims you could use the bike to climb Mt. Everest if such a road existed. This estimate assumes you travel at an average speed of 15 mph (~24 kph), and the rider weighs 160 lbs (~73 kg). The range is made possible thanks to a 3,260 Wh removable dual battery pack, weighing 36 lbs (~16 kg).
A 1,700 W motor with 2,500 W peak power can assist you at speeds up to 36 mph (~58 kph). With up to 190 Nm of torque, the Optibike PowerStorm MBB makes inclines up to 40% feel effortless, according to the company. You can ride with assistance or use the throttle to travel without pedalling.
The R22 Everest is equipped with a downhill dual crown fork and long travel suspension for enhanced stability and handling. A Rohloff 14-speed internally gear hub is low maintenance and provides a longer chain life. A built-in LCD shows you information such as battery level and speed, and you can use the gadget to switch between five power levels.
The electric bicycle has a carbon fiber frame and swingarm, weighing 93 lbs (~42 kg) in total. You can buy the Optibike R22 Everest e-bike in the US for US$18,900; the company notes that there is limited availability of the bicycle.