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Stealth Overlander e-bike revealed with up to 110 Nm torque and 800 Wh battery

The Stealth Overlander R e-bike has an 800 Wh battery. (Image source: Stealth Electric Bikes)
The Stealth Overlander R e-bike has an 800 Wh battery. (Image source: Stealth Electric Bikes)
Stealth Electric Bikes has launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for the Overlander electric bike. Two models, US and EU versions, are available. The more powerful Overlander R for the US has 800 W peak power, 110 Nm of torque and a 750 Wh battery. The less powerful EU version has a slightly larger 800 Wh battery.

The Stealth Overlander e-bike is crowdfunding on Indiegogo. The US model of the electric commuter bicycle, the Overlander R, has a proprietary motor with 800 W peak power, allowing you to ride at speeds up to 45 kph (~28 mph) with up to 110 Nm of torque. The less powerful EU edition, the Overlander, has a top speed of 25 kph (~16 mph) and up to 100 Nm of torque. 

The US model has a 750 Wh battery, while the European version has an 800 Wh battery, allowing you to travel for up to 100 km (~62 miles) on a single charge; the battery can fully recharge in around five hours. The Overlander has five power modes, including a walk mode to help you to push the bike while not riding. A 3.5-in (~89 mm) color display can show you your speed and battery charge level.

The bike has an aluminum alloy frame weighing around 21 kg (~46 lbs) with 180 mm rotors, twin 24 mm hydraulic piston brake calipers and a crown suspension fork with 50 mm travel. You can currently receive the Stealth Overlander electric bicycle when you pledge AU$4,760 (~US$3,305) to the Indiegogo campaign. The bike is expected to retail for AU$7,930 (~US$5,510) in the future. According to the project page, the product will ship worldwide in May.

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Polly Allcock, 2023-01-17 (Update: 2023-01-17)