Two top speeds are offered – street legal USA mode (20mph) and Competition mode (50mph). USA mode gives it 750 watts of power while Competition mode juices out 4,500 watts. Built as a mountain bike with a long travel suspension, conquering terrain shouldn’t prove problematic. Unlike the trick oriented carbon Audi x Ducati e-Bike, this thing looks ready to take a beating.
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The frame is constructed from Cro-mo alloy. With the battery lodged in the frame, a changeover is advertised as taking less than 90 seconds with extra batteries sold separately. Each battery lasts about 50 miles and charges in 2 hours.
180mm of front travel on the fork and 250mm rear travel give it the same geometry as a free ride bike. Offered is a fork upgrade from 180mm to 200mm on the front for a more downhill geometry.
Standard on the bike are hydraulic 6 pot brakes upgradeable to 8 pot. A 9 speed sequential gear box is linked to a grip shifter. Fat Duro Razorback tires make it ideal for trails downhill and freeride bikes can handle.
Sold in grey, black, white, green, red, orange, yellow, and blue the Stealth Bomber retails at $9,900 standard with many optional upgrades.
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