As the e-bike market grows, the desire for fresh styles also increases. Canada’s Lyric Cycles has created the handsome Voodoo eBike. It uses a trellis frame that’s a lot like a motorcycle’s and contributes to the overall muscular aesthetic. It even gets a moto front fork and rear mono-shock, big tires, and moto-style wheels with front disc brakes. power comes by way of a 3,000-watt hub motor with a maximum output of 18kW. The Voodoo tops out at an impressive 65 mph and provides 55 to 65 miles of range on a full charge. Additional style points come in the form of a circular LED headlight, two-tone faux tank, cafe racer-tsyle handlebars, a scrambler seat, and there’s even a full-color instrument cluster. You can choose pedals or moto-style pegs, and no one will be the wiser. It will go on sale next spring, just in time for warm-weather two-wheeled cruising. You can reserve one now for just $100.