Fastest E-Bike on the planet

Update: Bike does not work anymore. Way more power than any bicycle should have. Check back for future projects. Way cooler electric vehicles for sale on the way! An E-bike we built in 2 weeks. Top speed is 60 MPH. The acceleration is unmatched. I am often challenged by cars for a race and never been beat. 15 horsepower max Briggs and Stratton motor running at 48V. In this video we compare it to a performance moped. We can not use it to its full potential, for risks of another broken chain. We have been through 5 chains, and 2 derailleurs.

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