A new electric bike has been unveiled by Timmerman this month inspired by the scrambler motorcycle and aptly named the Scrambler V2.0 and equipped with electric propulsion. The electric bike combines both vintage design and modern technology and is now available to purchase priced at €4,950 or approximately $6,125.
The Timmerman Scrambler V2.0 electric bike is equipped with an integrated LCD display providing the rider with ongoing updates on speed, battery and power reserve. As well as enabling the adjustment of the electric engine from 250 to 750 watts depending on your needs and requirements. Even though the electric bike looks as though it’s equipped with a petrol tank, it’s, in fact, the battery to power the electric motor.
The second generation Scrambler V2.0 electric bike is also equipped with smooth and reliable Marzocchi Downhill fork, saddle suspension with an adjustable air damper for added control, and a set of Schwalbe G-One tires with an open tread design and strong outer blocks perfect for off-road use.
Other features include 70mm Schwalbe tires, Gates Carbon Drive, TRP Disc brakes, three gears, Busch and Müller KG headlights and Supernova rear light. For more information and full specifications jump over to the official Timmerman website by following the link below.