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The new Razor Rambler 16 e-bike takes battery electric power and slots it in a tasty vintage package. The hooped subframe, steel fork, chunky wheels, and vintage colorway gives it a retro-fun look while powering with a 350-watt, variable-speed, brushless, rear-wheel hub drive motor for speeds of up to 15.5 mph. The 36-volt battery provides 11.5 miles of range or 45 minutes of use. The shocking part is the mere 63.4-lb weight and the ability to tote 220 lbs of human. It comes with LED lighting, custom Razor grips, twist throttle, folding footpegs and kickstand, and a rear drum brake. All you have to do is mount the handlebars, and you’re ready to get zippy, ’70s style.

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