San Diego based Juiced Bikes has offered riders and electrified means of transportation since 2010. Sourcing from their years of experience, they’ve created the Scrambler collection. It’s a group of 3 bikes designed to take you off the beaten path, through the city, or zip around town.

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The 3 options include the Camp, City and Hyper Scramblers. Both the Camp and City have 750W motors, 52V/13Ah batteries and a top speed of 26mph. Each is also set up with 7 speed Shimano drivetrains and twist throttles. The difference between the two is the Camp’s knobby 4″ Kenda tires, while the City runs 4″ slicks. The Hyper is a bit more juiced up with a 1100W Motor, 52/19Ah battery, and topping off at 34mph. It comes with a GPS, knobby 4″ Kenda tires, and a 9 speed Shimano drivetrain.

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Spec and feature overview

Each of the 3 Scrambler models includes:

  • 750W/1100W MAC Geared Bafang Hub Motor
  • 28 MPH + Top speed (Class 3 and beyond)
  • 13 or 19Ah Extended Range Battery
  • Locking Battery
  • 20 Amp Peak Controller
  • 180mm Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • LCD Advanced Matrix Display Computer
  • Front Suspension Fork with Lockout
  • Torque or Cadence Pedal Sensor
  • Thumb or Twist Throttle
  • Shimano Drivetrains
  • 1000 Lumen LED Front light
  • Rear Lights
  • Adjustable Handlebars
  • Comfortable Long Saddle
  • Universal fit for those 5,2″ and taller
  • Weighs in around 60lbs
  • 40+mile range

There are a few nifty features the computer offers including a cruise control for speeds 20mph and below, a low voltage limiter, and an off-road mode which lifts the speed limit above 28mph. Also, the computer has a 3 button layout, IP65 water resistance, backlit screen, and 5 modes (ECO, Low, Medium, High, and Sport). The lot will be made available on Indigogo at early bird prices of $1,500 for the Camp and City, and $2,500 for the Hyper. Oh, and the colors include red for the Camp, black for City and brushed aluminum for the Hyper.

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