E-Bike Discussion

The Bike of Your Dreams – Street Legal Stealth eBike Capable of 150km

This must be a dream because; Stealth Electric Bikes, street legal and 150km range should not be in the same sentence.

Pinch yourselves because this is real and not a dream. Stealth welcomes the P-7 to their family of high performance e-bikes. Built off what seems to be the Stealth F-37, the P-7 has been designed by the Australian company to cater to the commuters with a street legal set up.

Coming in black, grey, red and white, this serious commuter will get you to work and back home in style. A range of 100km has been quoted for the P-7 with an optional upgrade to a 1500Wh battery over the standard 950Wh that will see you riding up to 150km.

For those living in USA, the motor is controlled to deliver 750W whereas us Australians down under are unfortunately limited to 250W as the street legal standard enforces. With these power outputs, riders can reach a peak speed of 45km/h or 25km/h respectively. There is an option for Stealth to tune your P-7 to off road mode where it will continuously deliver 1000W to those rear 650b wheels.

This P-7 doesn’t just come with the grunt and power of a Stealth bike, but also the gadgets and technology as well. Featured on the main body of the electric bike is a LCD display, where it can display the battery level, range etc.

For more details, head over to their website or kickstarter page. Full specifications, more images and updates are posted there.

Will you be riding to work on one of these? Or just interested in riding off road? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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