2011 Ultra Motor A2B Hybrid.
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The A2B Hybrid is designed to complement the energy you put into your ride. It's torque sensor detects your pedal power directly boosting your effort with Ultra Motor's direct drive electric motor power.
• Speed / Mode: Maximum power assistance speed – 15.5 mph.
• Range: Up to 43 miles (70 km) range.*
• Display: Battery state of charge; speedometer; odometer/ tripometer; lights; 4 modes of power assistance and auto backlight.
• Lights: Equipped with a daylight sensor, the dynamo powered head light will automatically be activated as necessary and automatically switched off after 5 minutes of no pedalling.
• Battery: Sanyo advanced lithium ion battery removable for portable charging, 11.9 lbs weight.
• Recharging: 4–6 hours (plugs into a standard outlet).
• A2B Motor/Power: Proprietary 115v brushless motor is a direct drive system, providing the ultimate in acceleration, power efficiency, torque and hill climbing capability.
• Gearing/Derailleur: 7-speed SRAM 3.0 derailleur.
• Brakes: High quality Avid BB5 disc brakes (front and rear)for responsive braking.
• Tires: 26" x 2.0" with reflective strip.
• Suspension: Front suspension to absorb bumps in the road.
• Frame: TIG welded 6061 aluminium frame enabled from advanced hydroforming technology.
• Accessories: Side bags, basket, panniers custom fit to your bike.
• Weight: 66lbs
• MSRP: $2299 USD
(source: Ultra Motor)
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