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REVI Cheetah Fat Tire Electric Bike Vintage Retro Style

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Classic looking. Design patent owned by REVIBIKES The Cheetah Fat Tire Electric Bike has a vintage design that distinguishes it from other e-bikes on the market.

FEATURES

  • 750W BAFANG High-Speed Gear-Hub Motor. The peak output is 1000W.
  • High-Performing 48V 13Ah/17.5Ah Lithium-Ion Battery. Easy to take out.
  • Full-Size LCD Displayer
  • High-Quality Front Rear Tektro Hydraulic Brake
  • VELO PU Leather Wide Saddle
  • High-Quality 26 x 4 Fat Tire
  • Half Twist Throttle
  • Improved headlight. Lower failure rate and brighter.

Color Options Black/Leather: Black frame with brown leather tank cover. Both sides of the tank cover are wrapped by Genuine Leather.Platinum Gray: Black frame with red painted tank cover. The tank cover is made of high-density ABS material.

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New Features

Brand new headlight design. Brighter and looks better. New saddle design. wider, thicker, and softer. USB charging port on LCD displayer control panel. New, more prominent display screen. now you can read motor output (Watt).

SPECIFICATIONS

TECHNICAL DETAILS

MOTOR 48V 750W BAFANG High-Speed gear motor. Peak output over 1,000W.
BATTERY 48V 13Ah/17.5Ah Samsung lithium-ion Battery. Rated 800 cycles.
CHARGER 48V 3Amp Smart Quick Charger. Voltage input: 110V ~230V. Plug Type: North America
DRIVE MODE Pedal Assist Throttle. Right-hand half twist-grip throttle.
RANGE 25-35 Miles with 13Ah Battery35-45 Miles with 17.5Ah BatteryThe data is achieved when Pedal-Assist only, 120lbs rider, no wind, 77℉, 0° slope, at 15mph speed
TOP SPEED 25-28 mph
DISPLAYER 3.8” full-color LCD with all fundamental data showing, plus motor output wattage indicator.Three riding modes: ECO, Normal, and Power
DISPLAY READOUTS Odometer, Trip, Speed, Battery Indicator, Drive Mode Selection. Daylight and Night Mode
USB PORT 5V 1A. Located on the left-hand display control panel.

BICYCLE COMPONENTS

FRAME 6061 Aluminum
DERAILLEUR SHIMANO Altus 7 Speed
BRAKE Front Rear Tektro HD-E350 Hydraulic Brake. Single Piston.
CONTROLLER 48V 750W Lishui Controller. Rated current 22Amp.
THROTTLE Right-hand half twist-grip throttle.
LIGHT REVIBIKES custom-made headlamp with 4 LEDs. Diameter 160mm. Rated 400 Lumens. 2-way separate switch to control dim and bright.Taillight not included.
WIRING Water-proof connectors and wiring harness. Better quality and easy to replace.
RIMS Custom build Aluminum alloy, 80mm width. Single wall. 12G spoke. 36 holes.
FRONT FORK Custom build steel. Power Black.
FRONT FORK CROWN Custom build CNC Aluminum alloy. Dual triple crown.
SEAT POST PROMAX Aluminum alloy. Tube diameter: 30.4mm. Length: 300mm
SEAT POST CLAMP Quick-release
CHAINWHEEL PROMAX 44T with chainguard
FREEWHEEL SHIMANO 7 Speed anti-rust. 13-28T
CHAIN Anti-rust 148 links
BRAKE OIL Mineral
BRAKE ROTOR F/R Tektro 180mm
BRAKE PAD Metallic
TANK COVER ABS plastic wrapped with PU leather. Water-proof
KICKSTAND Custom build sidekick
PEDAL VP Aluminum Alloy Black
SADDLE VELO PU leather wide saddle.
GRIP/HANDLEBAR Selle Royal PU Leather/PROMAX Swept back Aluminum alloy
PEDAL VP Aluminum Alloy Black
TIRE CHAOYANG BIG DADDY 26”x4.0 120TPI high density
PRODUCT WEIGHT 75 lbs
WEIGHT CAPACITY 300 lbs
RECOMMENDED RIDER 5’4. 6’3

PACKAGE INCLUDED

  • The Bike Itself
  • Front Light
  • Pedals
  • User’s Manual Necessary Tools
  • Charger
  • Throttle(Pre-installed)
  • Kickstand
  • REVIBIKES Stickers

You’ll need to prepare an M5 Allen Key to finish the whole bike assembly.

Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj Chetak is an electric scooter available at a price range of Rs. 1,40,988. Rs. 1,45,816 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 7 colours. It comes with both front and rear disc brakes.

EMI ₹ / month EMI Calculated basis Based on avg. ex-showroom price Down Payment. ₹ 7,049 Interest. 9.5 % Tenure. 36 Months

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Bajaj Chetak Price

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About Chetak

Bajaj Chetak is an electric scooter available at a starting price of Rs. 1,40,988 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 7 colours with top variant price starting from Rs. 1,45,816. Bajaj Chetak generates 3800 W power from its motor. With front disc and rear drum brakes, Bajaj Chetak comes up with combined braking system of both wheels.

Before Bajaj Auto became popular for its modern range of motorcycles, it was principally known for its two-wheeler scooter, namely the Bajaj Chetak. Over the past few years, the Pune-based two-wheeler giant had completely stopped manufacturing scooters and since then it has been working on a new electric scooter offering and has now finally launched the Chetak, in an electric avatar.

As the name suggests, the scooter harks back to its roots by taking design cues from the iconic Chetak and giving it a contemporary and fresh look. It uses sheet metal body panels that offer a premium touch, while the smooth flowing lines, LED lighting and turn signals with sequential blinking similar to high-end cars add to its modernity. Furthermore, it packs fully-digital Bluetooth-enabled instrumentation that comes with a host of features.

As far as the powertrain is concerned, the Bajaj Chetak is equipped with an electric motor that draws its power from a 3kWh IP67 rated lithium-ion battery. The power rating of its motor is 4kW (peak) and 3.8kW (continuous) with 16Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes with two drive modes — Sport and Eco, which are capable of returning a range of 95km and 85km, respectively. Bajaj claims that the battery will last for about 70,000km before a replacement is needed. Besides that, Bajaj has equipped the e-scooter with several innovative features like a reverse assist mode, regenerative braking and an onboard Intelligent Battery Management System (IBMS) to control charge and discharge seamlessly.

Bajaj is offering the Chetak electric scooter in two variants, Urbane and Premium. Meanwhile, the colour palette that is available on the Chetak comprises of six options — white, pink, black, yellow, red and blue. Competition-wise, the e-scooter rivals the likes of the Ather 450 and the Okinawa i-Praise in the premium electric scooter market space.

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Compact, Lightweight, and Foldable. Your Portable Bike Companion for Any Adventure!

It’s small, narrow, and foldable. Its upper tube and the handlebar stem can be foldable. And it has an aluminum alloy frame which makes the whole bike very light but reliable. So it’s easy to fold and easier to carry. It basically can be brought anywhere you want. So, If you are looking for a convenient and portable bike, this would be the perfect one.

  • Motor: Rear Hub MXUS 36V 350W (quiet motor)
  • Battery: 36V 10AH Naxin cells, UL Listed
  • Battery Life: 400-600 cycles
  • Charging Time: 5-8 hours
  • Range: 18-54 miles per charge 30-54 kilometer
  • Sensor: Speed Sensor
  • Functions: Pedal Assist On-Demand Throttle
  • Derailleur: Shimano 7 Speed
  • Frame: Aluminum Alloy
  • Tires: 20’’× 1.9
  • Brakes: Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor (front/rear)
  • Model Size: 1720 620 1120mm
  • Bicycle Weight: 50.7lbs with battery
  • Maximum Weight: 220lbs
  • Recommended Rider: 4’8-5’10
  • Assembly required. tools included

Other Features:

Optional Accessories

Ecotric bicycles set speed limits according to United States federal regulations. Maximum speed in power mode is programmable, and can be adapted to the local regulations of any country.

All range estimates are contingent upon rider and towing weight, wind speed and terrain.

Compact, Lightweight, and Foldable. Your Portable Bike Companion for Any Adventure!

It’s small, narrow, and foldable. Its upper tube and the handlebar stem can be foldable. And it has an aluminum alloy frame which makes the whole bike very light but reliable. So it’s easy to fold and easier to carry. It basically can be brought anywhere you want. So, If you are looking for a convenient and portable bike, this would be the perfect one.

  • Motor: Rear Hub MXUS 36V 350W (quiet motor)
  • Battery: 36V 10AH Naxin cells, UL Listed
  • Battery Life: 400-600 cycles
  • Charging Time: 5-8 hours
  • Range: 18-54 miles per charge 30-54 kilometer
  • Sensor: Speed Sensor
  • Functions: Pedal Assist On-Demand Throttle
  • Derailleur: Shimano 7 Speed
  • Frame: Aluminum Alloy
  • Tires: 20’’× 1.9
  • Brakes: Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor (front/rear)
  • Model Size: 1720 620 1120mm
  • Bicycle Weight: 50.7lbs with battery
  • Maximum Weight: 220lbs
  • Recommended Rider: 4’8-5’10
  • Assembly required. tools included
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Other Features:

Optional Accessories

Ecotric bicycles set speed limits according to United States federal regulations. Maximum speed in power mode is programmable, and can be adapted to the local regulations of any country.

All range estimates are contingent upon rider and towing weight, wind speed and terrain.

Ending a war through a wide embrace

A ceasefire deal in Colombia with a guerrilla group welcomes civilians to track the ceasefire, opening a way for them to also participate in a final peace agreement.

Colombia’s President Gustavo Petro and Antonio Garcia, commander of the National Liberation Army (ELN), shake hands in Havana as Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel claps during the June 9 announcement of a ceasefire for 6 months.

One of the world’s oldest violent conflicts could be near an end because of a novel idea in peacemaking: Let civilians participate. Last Friday, the Colombian government and the National Liberation Army (ELN) guerrillas signed procedural agreements that not only plan for a 180-day cease-fire but also open a way for civil society to track and verify the deal.

“Let this be the people’s agreement,” said ELN chief negotiator Pablo Beltrán during the signing ceremony in Cuba.

Allowing civilians to monitor the cease-fire would set the stage for them to participate in the details of a final peace agreement, which Colombian President Gustavo Petro expects by 2025. The guerrillas might end their violent tactics if the deal begins to fulfill the social and economic goals that inspired them to take up arms in the 1960s.

Colombia already has experience in bringing civilians into a negotiated peace agreement. During talks that cemented a 2016 pact with a larger guerrilla group known as Farc, tens of thousands of victims of that war were at the table. Organized into a political force, they played a key role in shaping the deal and softening the stances of the two sides. Many former Farc members have since become politicians.

This new agreement would include more than civilian groups in the verification of the cease-fire. They would be joined by the United Nations and the Catholic Church, helping to broaden peace efforts beyond a few leaders on either side.

In rural Alabama, a mass shooting America ignored

The purpose of the deal, explained a joint statement by the government and ELN, “is to generate the necessary conditions for the civilian population – social leaders, ethnic peoples, women, human rights defenders – to exercise their rights freely in their own territories.”

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The agreement was perhaps easier to reach because Mr. Petro is a former guerrilla who became Colombia’s first left-wing president. The number of ELN members is estimated at between 2,000 and 4,000.

The cease-fire is set to start Aug. 3, allowing only a few weeks for both sides to select the civilians who will monitor the pact’s implementation. They, more than others, probably know that peace is not merely the absence of conflict. It also requires inclusion and respect of the interests of a wide section of society. And right now, the main interest of Colombians is a silencing of guns.

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