You might not know much about Volcon Epowersports, a Texas-based company that makes some pretty unique electric motorcycles. However, today the company unveiled its first electric bike, the Volcon Brat, a full suspension fat-tire ebike that looks ready to give Super73 a run for its money.
While the young company’s focus started with off-road electric motorcycles and e-UTVs, it’s now branching out into the world of ebikes. The all-new Volcon Brat is technically considered a moped-style class 2 electric bike and is entirely street legal without a license. That said, it also looks as much like a motorcycle as a pedal bike, and only costs $2,799.
Being a class 2 ebike, the Brat can reach a top speed of around 20 mph with the throttle controller or pedal assist. The company says it’s capable of distances of about 70 miles on a single charge, thanks to the 750-watt motor and 750Wh battery pack mounted on the inside of the frame. Keep in mind that you’ll likely experience a lower range than that, especially if you use higher pedal-assist levels or go full speed.
Additionally, like many ebikes, the company will let owners…
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