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All-Terrain E-Bike Can Take on Mountains and More

 

Hanebrink’s electric extreme terrain bicycle excises the huffing and puffing out of pedaling steep inclines. This monster of an e-bike has 20-inch diameter tires, a 750-watt motor and battery range of up to 20 miles.

Hanebrink says the bike handles well on all surfaces, from snow to sand to pavement. The bike’s frame is aluminum and weighs about 85 pounds. There’s no obstacle too difficult for you on this beastly ride.

Source: Gizmag
Image: Hanebrink

 
 
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