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2014 Icon E-Fly

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Icon’s creations are quite impressive but until now these guys were only playing with cars. Fortunately, they decided to try their luck in the two wheels segment too, so they created a very unique electric bike named the E-Fly.

In terms of style the new electric bike draws inspiration from the bicycles of World War I and features an old school design language mixed with contemporary lines and spoked wheels. The bike’s backbone is represented by a lightweight frame covered in a Rocky Mountain Gray paint. You also get leather handles, billet forks and AVD BB79 brakes.

The E-Fly weighs only 57 pounds and is propelled by a 3,500-Watt electric motor powered by a 52v battery. The battery can be fully charged in two hours and offers an autonomy of 35 miles. The maximum speed is rated at 36 mph, but it is electronically limited to only 20 mph for the road.

The new Icon E-Fly has a starting price of $4,995 and for the moment, it will be built in only 50 units.

Hit the jump for more pictures.

Specifications

Icon E-Fly
FRAMEHYDROFORMED ALUMNUM
FORKSOLET ALUMNUM AND STEEL
LEATHERWORKBY BROOKS, BLACK LEATHER
BRAKESAVD BB79
SPEED20MPH STREET MODE (36MPH RACE MODE)
RANGEUP TO 35 MILES
POWER750 WATTS STREET MODE (3,500 WATTS IN RACE MODE)
BATTERY52V 125AH 1000 CYCLE
RECHARGE TIME2 HOURS WITH INCLUDED CHARGER(110V AND 220V COMPATIBLE)
FRAME AND FENDER COLORICON ROCKY MOUNTAIN GRAY POWER COAT
WEIGHT57 POUNDS


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