Regent No. 1 Retro-Styled Electrical Bike To Debut In 2020

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Sweden-based Regent Bikes is an electrical bike producer that not too long ago showcased the corporate’s first product – the retro-styled Regent No. 1 electrical bike. The manufacturing prototype was unveiled on Could 10, 2019 on the MC Massan Swedish Bike Honest, and inspired by the response the Regent No. 1 obtained at that occasion, the corporate now intends to ramp up manufacturing for a industrial launch of the Regent No. 1 by Could 2020. The bike is priced at 9,500 Euros (round Rs. 7.5 lakh) with a 10 per cent low cost for the primary 100 bikes and Regent is already accepting pre-orders on the corporate’s web site.

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The Regent No. 1 has a claimed vary of 150 km on a single cost

The Regent No. 1 is powered by a rear hub motor which may produced round 11 bhp of energy upto 20 bhp, and has a prime velocity of 120 kmph. The battery is a 72 V and 80 Ah pack, providing 6 kWh capability, and is claimed to supply a spread of 150 km on a single cost. The bike weighs round 130 kg, and has a metal body, normal telescopic fork and twin rear shocks that includes chromed out coilover springs. The 18-inch spoked wheels come normal with disc brakes with ABS and regenerative braking.

Regardless of the retro-styling, the Regent No. 1 comes with a number of contemporary know-how. The instrument panel is a digital contact display infotainment system, and the bike contains built-in GPS as an anti-theft system which powers the geofencing function. The value tag is a bit on the upper facet, and Regent Bikes is actively searching for traders as nicely. If the Regent No. 1 provides any indication, the subsequent vary of electrical bikes from Regent will probably be attention-grabbing to see what they provide, each when it comes to know-how and options.

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