Analyst E-bike computer provides important riding information such as battery range, speed, distance and net energy
The e-bike's top speeds vary from 20 mph in the base model to 40 mph in the Bespoke series, and mileage ranges from 22 to 38 miles
Derringer e-bikes take design styling cues directly from 1920s board-track racers
The faux aluminum gas tank hides the battery, the controller sits in a vented case below the seat
Each bike is equipped with a lithium-ion battery capable of 1,000 charges, powering a brushless hub motor in the rear wheel
Derringer offers three bikes starting at $3,500 for a 37 V version, and going up to $6,500 for the faster, more customizable 63 V model
Like the electric car, e-bikes continue to evolve and change as newer technologies and materials become available. But for some designers, the best formula resides not in the future, but in the past. For Derringer Cycles, 1920s board-track racers are the inspiration behind its new electric bikes.
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