Miclon launches Cybertrack 100 electric mountain bike

Miclon launches Cybertrack 100 electric mountain bike

Miclon has released its new Cybertrack 100 electric mountain bike (E-MTB) with 2x faster charge on Amazon. The company says the UL-listed 36V 10.4AH lithium-ion battery charges rapidly in three hours and is capable of powering the e-bike for ranges between 30 to 37 miles on a single charge. The battery is also removable and lockable, so riders can charge the battery on or off the bike.

The Cybertrack 100 has top speeds of 20 mph thanks to its 350W Bafang brushless motor. As the world’s leading e-bike motor manufacturer, Bafang motors have higher output efficiency and require less maintenance compared with other motors, the company says. There are three riding modes to choose from: throttle for outdoor exploration, pedal-assist for commuting or running errands, and normal mode for exercise.

The company says the high-strength front suspension fork effectively absorbs shocks to help better control vehicle direction and provide a more comfortable riding experience with less fatigue. The bike also features an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame for enhanced stability and durability, as well as anti-slip tires for better grip on rainy days. In wet weather, disc brakes provide greater stopping power for precise and instant braking, while the IPX4 water-resistant battery handles light rain with ease.

Cybertrack 100 is the first E-MTB from Miclon.

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