E-bike maker Vintage Electric coming together with Porsche specialists Emory Motorsports is a match made in heaven. With the former presenting their vintage-inspired electric bicycles like no one else can and the later bringing a twist of performance and rustic styling to the Porsche 365, it has to be said that the end product is even more gorgeous than what the electric bike maker already produces. Aptly named Vintage Electric Emory Outlaw Tracker, these new electric bikes are available in a very limited production run of just 50 examples, where each will set you back a cool $6,995 (€6,268). Not to worry as financing is at hand, provided that you can still find these limited-edition vintage e-bikes remaining on the shelves.
The Vintage Electric Emory Outlaw Tracker has been designed, developed and built in California. And as the name suggests, the e-bike features a tracker style handlebar while featuring signature Emory Motorsport visual inspiration such as the Carrera Silver paint scheme, bucket headlight and mesh grill drawn from the Emory Outlaw 365. At the price that the electric bicycle is positioned, you would imagine it to have the best components that are out there. The Outlaw Tracker rides on beefy moto-inspired upside down forks at the front, Shimano disc brakes and a high-performance 702 watt-hour electric battery that powers a 3,000 watt rear hub motor. Combine the dynamics of a lightweight frame and a powerful battery and the Vintage Electric Emory Outlaw Tracker can rapidly accelerate to 36mph (58kmph).
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