The newest E bike on the market HAS ALL OF THE BENIFITS OF A MOPED WITH OUT NEEDING A LICENSE PLATE!
The Bintelli Fusion is a 70 lb (32 kgs,) battery-powered, pedal-assisted, two-wheel transportation machine that tops out at 25 mph and is intended for both street and dirt.
The range depends on how much you pedal. Without pedal assist it’s about 20-25 miles. If you pedal, and Jackrel says most e-bike owners enjoy doing so, the range can extend to 30-35 miles. The digital dash has five levels of pedal assist and the higher the level you choose, the further you stretch the battery. the batt pulls out from under the seat for in-home or in-office recharging. It takes 4-6 hours to recharge from flat, but it has a smart charger, so you can top it up and go out again if you need to.
The frame is built to accessorize and you can add a cargo rack.
Bintelli have taken their popular e-bike and added head-and-tail lights, turn signals and a more comfortable seat. The Fusion can go in bike lanes. Justin Jackrel says it doesn’t have to be licensed, registered or insured — as far as the law is concerned, it’s a bicycle