Period Correct, Super73 collaborate on limited edition e-bike

Period Correct, Super73 collaborate on limited edition e-bike

A limited-edition Period Correct x SuperR73-S1 e-bike was developed and is limited to 15 units.

Super73, an American lifestyle adventure brand specializing in electric motorbikes, has partnered with the California clothing brand Period Correct. The two Southern California design teams worked together on a limited-edition Period Correct x SuperR73-S1 e-bike. It began with the custom-painted deep blue frame, fenders and battery. The battery and frame also carry the Period Correct logo in silver, while the seat is upholstered in a durable fabric with contrasting blue and green graphics.

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Additional custom items include Northshore lock-on grips from Lizard Skins, as well as a set of Rascal pedals from Origin8. The Period Correct x SUPER73-S1 is limited to 15 units.

Like all Super73-S1 models, the collaborative S1 features a removable 768 watt-hour battery, which can be charged from any standard 110V outlet, resulting in an estimated range of more than 25 miles at 20 MPH under throttle-only operation, and in excess of 35 miles using ECO pedal-assist mode, the company says.

Other standard features include an aluminum cargo rack and 20×4.25-in. all-terrain tires for paved road and light-duty off-road adventures. It also has Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, which are sealed for low maintenance and longer life.

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