This week sees the release of three promising new e-bike models – the Magicycle Cruiser Pro, Cyrusher’s Kuattro step-through fat tire e-bike, and the limited-edition VanMoof S3. All three of these are impressive new electric bikes that come loaded with great features and provide something for riders of all types to get excited about.
Also in the news this week, popular micromobility provider Tier launches its sixth generation electric scooter and US-based bicycle brand Dahon unveils an electric version of its compact Curl i4 model.
And now, for this week’s personal electric vehicle news:
The China-based e-bike startup is once again making waves with the release of its new Cruiser Pro — an upgraded version of the company’s best-selling CRUISER e-bike that brings riders a host of welcomed improvements, including a more powerful 750W motor, higher-capacity 52V 20Ah battery, hydraulic front fork suspension, and 180mm Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.
Designed for the all-terrain rider in search of top-shelf performance, the versatile Cruiser Pro is receiving major accolades in the company’s online community and we anticipate that it will quickly become the brand’s top-selling model.
The Cruiser Pro has an MSRP of $2,089 and can customers can take advantage of a limited-time $100 discount with the coupon code RECHARGE1. Additionally, Magicycle is offering $300 off the purchase of two or more bikes with the promo code RECHARGE3. To take advantage of these special offers, just click here, add the bike(s) to your cart, and enter the appropriate coupon code during checkout.
Another exciting new fat tire e-bike that was announced this week is the Cyrusher Kuattro, a powerful all-terrain ride with a convenient step-through frame for easy mounting and dismounting. Currently available in two colors (White and Cyan), the Kuattro packs a 750W BAFANG motor (1200W peak, 80Nm of torque), 48V 17Ah battery, five pedal-assist modes and a half-twist throttle, Star Union hydraulic disc brakes, front fork suspension, and more.
An ideal ride for hill climbing, light trails, and around-town cruising, the versatile Kuattro is the latest addition to Cyrusher’s growing electric bike lineup and is ideal for riders that are 5’7″ to 6’6″ tall.
The Cyrusher Kuattro has an MSPR of $2,329 and is slated to begin shipping in the first week of September 2022.
Amsterdam’s VanMoof has announced a brand new, limited-edition aluminum version of its S3 electric bicycle. A premium urban commuter with a minimalist design and sleek styling, the new limited-edition S3 sports a beautifully-welded, brushed aluminum frame, integrated handlebars, LED matrix display, and black 28″ wheels. As with VanMoof’s regular-production S3, this limited-edition version will also come with the brand’s patented anti-theft tech, ultra-quiet front motor, and turbo boost functionality.
The VanMoof limited-edition aluminum S3 will be available for purchase on August 18, 2022, and the bike has an MSRP of $2,648.
Berlin-based Tier, a popular micromobility startup that was founded in 2018, has unveiled its sixth-gen electric scooter model which will be available in the company’s German, Austrian, Hungarian, and Swedish fleets.
Equipped with a nice range of upgraded safety features, Tier’s new scooter provides riders with improved stability and a more comfortable riding experience, thanks to the upgraded hydraulic suspension and wider stance.
The company’s newest electric scooter also comes with several display upgrades which provide riders with helpful visuals about traffic conditions, no parking zones, and more.
Dr. Julian Lehmann, Tier’s Director of Product, Planning, and Strategy, had this to say about the announcement:
Last but not least, Dahon has announced the highly-anticipated electric version of its popular Curl i4 bike, a compact lightweight commuter that folds up for easy transport and storage.
With more than 35 years of experience, Illinois’ Dahon is a well-established industry leader in the world of folding bicycles, and the brand continues to push the envelope of what’s possible with two-wheel transportation.
The new Curl i4 e-bike model will be manufactured in the company’s China and Bulgaria-based factories, with componentry from some of the world’s top manufacturers.