As you’re likely aware, electric bikes are becoming more and more mainstream in towns and cities the world over and, if you’re after something with a bit more of a vintage vibe to the mostly modern looking offerings on the market, you’ll definitely be in your element with the majestic looking Aquilla Electric Bike from Avionics. Available for pre-ordering now, this stunning steed will ensure that you’re traversing your city in style in 2022.
The Avionics Aquilla Electric Bike is available for the pre-order price of $5220 right now which is 25% off the final retail price (but this is only available for the next couple of days so, if you like what you see, you’ll need to move quickly to secure this price). Four years in the making, since the launch of Avionics first electric bike, the Aquilla is uncompromising and even more aggressive, rebellious, and independent. And you’ll love it.
ELECTRIFYING VISUALS AND PERFORMANCE
For those of you that are familiar with Avionics e-bikes, you will notice that Aquilla has been purpose built with a real attention to every detail and the quality of the materials and craftsmanship is second to none. They have used stainless steel, precious Jatoba (FSC) wood parts, and high-quality leather – which gives this spectacular machine the sort of old school visuals we love and it has been coupled with a highly contemporary performance out on the open road.
The Aquilla Electric Bike from Avionics continues their excellent work in this market and has an aesthetic entirely its own with the classic Avionics lamp and the jatoba wooden box which houses the bike’s electronics and battery. It is extremely lightweight and versatile and its low weight ratio means that the Aquilla is very simple and stable to ride wherever your adventures take you in 2022 and beyond. A real stand out feature of this bike is its highly unique saddle. Made of steel, covered with soft leather, suspended on a central spring. This seating, combined with the three-inch balloon tires, makes sure it offers unparalleled comfort for daily riding.
It is powered by a 4000 watt brushless engine, which means it can cover a distance up to 120 km at a maximum speed of 45 km/h. The Aquilla officially belongs to the speed pedelec category and provides an array of driving profiles, including engine assist in pedalling mode and driving in force mode only with the half throttle. It is possible to expand the system and unlock the maximum, remarkable speed of 58 km/h should you so desire. Want an electric bike with a bit more of an old school cool vibe? Look no further than the Aquilla.
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