All Terrain Electric Bicycle

Hanebrink All Terrain Electric Bicycle

For those times when you really want to spoil yourself, there is the All Terrain Electric Bicycle.  Designed by an aerospace engineer, it has huge 20″ x 8″ wide tubeless tires and a 600-watt brushless electric motor that drives a 14-speed gearing system to top speeds of 40mph.  With 8″ of front suspension travel and hydraulic front & rear disc brakes, this bicycle is ready for anything you can through at it.  The beach, the trails, you name it.

All Terrain Electric Bike

Features:

  • 600-watt brushless electric motor drives a 14-speed gearing configuration
  • Speeds up to 40 mph & unparalleled torque for quickly climbing steep grades
  • Dual crown triple clamp fork has 8″ of adjustable travel
  • Frame is made from seamless aircraft aluminum
  • Handlebars and seat post are made from rigid carbon fiber
  • Hydraulic disc brakes (front and rear)
  • Lithium-ion battery provides up to one hour of assisted pedaling after a three-hour charge
  • 72″ L x 41″ H x 27″ W. (90 lbs.)

All Terrain Electric Motorcycle

The brakes, gears and electric motor are all controlled through the handlebars and make for one great ride.  You can purchase the All terrain Electric Bicycle at Hammacher for $9,700.  If you’re looking for something a little more tank like and cheaper, checkout the DVT Shreader.

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James lives in California, but grew up on the East Coast where he received a BS and an MBA with specialization in Financial Management. Prior to joining GeekAlerts, he worked as a financial manager for a high-end estate planning firm. James enjoys the beach, running, mountain biking and almost any outdoor activity.

One Response to “All Terrain Electric Bicycle”

  1. Wow, that bike is spectacular. The overall design and tire treads and shape remind me of the Tumbler from The Dark Knight movies, and the all terrain bike that came out of it. I can’t believe it can go up to 40 MPH. I definitely think I’m going to have to buy one of those.

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