California-based Juiced Bikes has simply introduced the corporate’s newest electrical bicycle: the HyperScrambler 2. The bike options high-speed efficiency that blurs the e-bike/e-moped line. And we haven’t even touched on the ridiculous quantity of battery vary but!
Whereas the Juiced HyperScrambler 2 e-bike could also be brand-new, the idea is famously straight out of Juiced’s playbook.
The corporate is already known for making high-speed and high-power e-bikes.
Previously, when Juiced wished to outdo themselves, they launched “Hyper” variations of their already excessive efficiency bikes, such because the recently released HyperScorpion.
The HyperScrambler 2 takes the identical idea and ratchets up the madness, as Juiced Bikes founder Tora Harris defined in an announcement offered to Electrek:
Within the e-bike market, we’re all very centered on pushing the efficiency envelope. With the success of different Hyper fashions, we knew we needed to take our best-selling Scrambler and make it much more highly effective, with a really insane e-bike using vary. Gone are the times of underpowered pedaling and vary nervousness. With the brand new HyperScrambler 2, we’re delivering one thing very particular — extra distance, pace, and energy, but additionally an e-bike with unbelievable versatility and elegance. It’s actually the right mobility resolution for a broad vary of riders.
And he isn’t kidding. Whereas the earlier Juiced Scramblers have all been spectacular bikes, the HyperScrambler 2 absolutely embraces Tora’s “really insane” imaginative and prescient.
With a high pace of “30+ mph” (we noticed Tora hitting 32.7 mph or 52.6 km/h in a testing video) in addition to a 1,000W continuous and 2,000W peak custom Retroblade motor, the HyperScrambler 2 isn’t messing round.
It additionally has a jaw-dropping 100+ mile (160+ km) vary ranking, due to a pair of 52V 19.2 Ah batteries.
These twin batteries add as much as 2,000 Wh of capability, or 3-4x the average e-bike’s capacity.
Hell, that’s extra battery capability than an electric motorcycle I had and extra vary than a number of compliance electrical vehicles!
There’s even a built-in clever battery balancer that enables each packs for use proportionally, together with once they aren’t on the similar cost stage. A pair of non-compulsory quick chargers can fill the batteries from 0-80% in simply two hours.
However the HyperScrambler isn’t simply rocking a strong motor and large batteries. It additionally has the elements essential to push it previous mere bicycle-level efficiency and into the realm of electrical mopeds and bikes.
Meaning a twin crown entrance suspension fork and twin rear suspension. It additionally means a full mild bundle with built-in brake mild, highly effective headlight, and full flip alerts. Plus there are a great deal of different essential options for an electrical bike of this caliber, corresponding to the twin aspect mirrors, hydraulic disc brakes, safety alarm, twin torque/cadence pedal help sensors, and a large 60T chain ring for pedaling at increased speeds.
The Juiced HyperScrambler 2 shall be accessible for pre-order starting on September 23, with the primary 200 bikes being delivered in November. Whereas the only and twin battery variations of the bike are priced at US$2,999 and US$3,499, respectively, they’ll be on sale throughout the pre-order interval for US$2,499 and US$2,999.
The HyperScrambler 2 will initially be accessible in black or brushed aluminum finishes, with extra finishes turning into accessible later within the 12 months.
Along with the HyperScrambler 2, Juiced Bikes affords its extra affordably priced $1,799 standard Scrambler fashions, in addition to the commuter-oriented CrossCurrent line and the adventure-ready RipCurrent line, to not point out the well-known Juiced Scorpion electric moped, which we had the pleasure of reviewing earlier this summer.
Ensure you examine our overview video of the Juiced Scorpion beneath.
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