Moar’s Folding eBike has a tough design that’s powered by a 750W motor


The Moar Folding Electric Bike doesn’t follow the trends of previous alternative energy transports that we’ve featured here on 9to5Toys. Instead of a commuter-friendly design, this two-wheeler is high-powered and ready for just about anything. It is backed by a 500W rear electric hub or 750W mid-drive motor. While it does fold up into a smaller package, Moar’s latest creation features off-road tires and a bulkier frame.

After a brief stint on Indiegogo, it has raised over $81,000, easily surpassing the initial $30,000 goal. Moar uses a 48W battery to power the internal motor, as well as a built-in LED dashboard and turn signals. Cycling enthusiasts will note the inclusion of seven-speed Shimano gears on this eBike, bringing a bit of name recognition to this crowdfunding project. The entry-level $999 model provides up to 50-miles of range while the more powerful $1,199 rendition provides around 65-miles. Stepping up to the top-end $1,999 “Rapt” version brings an 85-mile battery. Moar is expected to begin shipping units in May.

Finally, there’s an all-in-one electric bike solution that requires zero upgrades: MOAR is a complete folding frame, full-suspension electronic bicycle with 85 mile range, 750w motor, 48v lithium ion battery, water-proof electronics, projection headlights, turn signals, brake lights, aircraft grade aluminum & more. With (3) three eBike models to choose from, we’ve hand-selected the best setups to cater to the weekend warrior, the daily commuter and/or the eBike enthusiast.
Source: Kickstarter

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