Flaunt Electric Bike Boasts 500W Hub Motor, 6 Levels of Pedal Assist and More

With its powerful hub motor and battery pack, the Flaunt electric bike has the ability to bring you a long riding trip, and it also has many other features that deliver convenience and joy during your riding.

Flaunt Electric Bike Boasts 500W Hub Motor and 6 Levels of Pedal Assist

The Flaunt is a powerful and good-looking electric bike that comes in two models including Vicko and Atticus. Both models show off lightweight and durable aluminum frame, and the Atticus features a streamlined, sport-style design, while the Vicko looks more like a regular yet sleek bicycle.

Flaunt Vicko Electric Bike

Both Flaunt ebikes has a powerful 500W geared hub motor that delivers a top speed of 20 mph, and a 36V 15.6A Samsung lithium battery pack offers a 40 mile riding range on a 3-hour full single charge. Furthermore, its 6 levels of pedal assist and 7-speed Shimano shifter provide comfortable and free riding experience, and a walk assist mode helps you effortlessly move forward when you need to walk your ebike uphill or through rough terrain. Moreover, its adjustable and lockable front suspension and 26″ aluminum wheels with Kenda tires enable it to smoothly run on various terrains.

Flaunt Atticus Electric Bike

In addition, the ebike comes equipped with TEKTRO disc brakes and has integrated LED headlight, taillight and brake light for safe riding at night. Apart from these, a rear luggage rack is designed to hold your items and an integrated LED display shows you the status of the ebike.

The Flaunt has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $1350 to preorder one Flaunt electric bike (Vicko or Atticus). Both models will be shipped in September this year. BTW, also don’t miss Lectro electric bike and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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