Thanks to a collaboration with Indian, the legendary bike maker, the road between e-bike and e-motorcycle continues to blur. Nevertheless, Indian and journey model SUPER73 simply unveiled a limited-edition (and admittedly cool) electrical bicycle. The pink and black eFTR Hooligan 1.2 e-bike provides city and leisure cyclists a cafe racer-inspired e-bike that’s highly effective and teeming in Indian Motorcycle’s signature aesthetics.
Here’s what you must know.
eFTR Hooligan 1.2 moto-inspired e-bike
Indian Motorcycle incorporates SUPER73-S2 platform within the electrical bike, which it touts as a high-performing and versatile design.
Moto-style handlebars, a golden chain, a “unique” LED headlight, FTR-like wind deflector, and chunky, aggressive tires spherical out the bike’s seems.
An aluminum chassis, 20-inch wheels, disc brakes, retractable kickstand, and an inverted fork construction the eFTR.
As for juice, the bike makes use of a 960 watt-hour detachable battery — a tiny powerhouse by electrical bike requirements. Fully charged, the eFTR Hooligan’s battery can ship as much as 75 miles of vary on the ECO setting, or as much as 40 miles of vary on full throttle.
Via the SUPER73 cellular app, riders can select from an fascinating unfold of experience modes: Class 1 pedal help (20 mph max), Class 2 throttle operation and pedal help (20 mph max), Class 3 pedal help (28 mph max), and Off-Road, which delivers as much as 2000 watts of oomph and speeds over 28 mph.
In designing the bike, Indian and SUPER73 focused optimum biking efficiency in city and rec settings. We haven’t taken one for a spin but, nevertheless it feels like a mission achieved.
The restricted run of eFTR Hooligan 1.2 e-bikes goes for $4,000 MSRP. Check out indianmotorcycle.com to study extra and put an order in.