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  1. Location - Las Vegas, NV

    only 800+ miles on it.

    Rode it on asphalt road to go to work and home mostly. No harsh off-road conditions.

    SER#AZ19120542

    $1,350 but I have options below:

    $1,200- the whole bike except no rear rack and box, no dashcam and light.

    $1000- the whole bike except no battery and charger, no rear rack and box, no dashcam and light.

    Both price options still has the hub motor and all essentials to ride the bike. For the $1000, you can just buy a battery set on amazon for $350 & up when you're ready.

    Not stolen! It's registered in the National Bike Registry and also had Velosurance.

    750Watt Motor / 48Volt Battery + Charger

     All original components except for upgrades below:

    - High Definition Dashcam

    - High power LED Headlamp

    - High power LED Daytime Running Light

    - Installed 48V to 12V downstepper

    - 5.6V Rechargeable Battpack for accessories

    - Upgraded Truvativ 60mm Stem

    - Upgraded Pro Riser Handlebars

    - Venzo Italy Sidemirror

    - Upgraded Motocross style cross bar and accessories bar

    - Kenda Tubes + Tuffy Liners

    - Ibera PakRak Rack

    - MWave Topbox

    - Monster Cable Wraps

    - Comfort Touring Seat

    + Freebies (heavy chain lock, extra tire tube, power inflator and more!)

    This beast was treated like a baby and is ready to ride, nothing to fix. 

    Mobile: 7025508906

    Photos:

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  2. On 7/3/2017 at 10:20 PM, MattRobertson said:

    I am in the insurance business and put these guys thru their paces with a read of the policy and a long phone call with an underwriter.  I'd consider them legit.

    https://velosurance.com/?utm_source=velomobile&utm_campaign=velomobile&utm_medium=link

    Even modded bikes are ok so long as you don't exceed the federal 750w limit on the motor casing (they do not get into volts x amps etc for true power rating).

    Thanks for this info I got the insurance. Together with my 10mm chain lock and disc brake lock, I can have peace of mind.

  3. Did anyone get one apart from the inclusion in the home insurance policy?

    I'm sorry my first forum search didn't bring up any result. Only after posting this topic did it show me similar posts.

    I couldn't delete this post, again I apologize.

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