FUELL is rolling-out its latest folding eBike aptly dubbed the Folld-1, featuring an innovative one-piece magnesium alloy frame, along with full front and rear suspension, allowing the bike to tackle both on and off-road pursuits.
At the center of the Folld-1, is a Bafang 750-W rear-hub motor that’s matted to a Samsung 720-Wh removable battery, offering up to 85 Nm (62.6 lb.ft) of torque with an enough juice to cover up to 70 miles (112.6 km) per charge on the lowest assistance level, while providing pedal-assistance across five levels up to 20 mph (the 250-W EU model is limited to 25 km/h).
Additionally, the bike also comes equipped with a Shimano Altus 8-speed groupset for flexible ride options, with stopping power courtesy of Tektro HD-E350 hydraulic disc brakes.
As mentioned, the Folld- 1 is fitted with a front and rear suspension, offering 80mm and 125mm of travel, respectively, while things spin on 20-inch spokeless wheels shod with 4-inch-wide CST fat tires.
All in, FUELL says the Folld-1 tips the scales at a hefty 82.5 lb (37.4 kg), which sells for $2,495.
However, if customers act now, they can snag one for the introductory price of $1,995.
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