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The Avionics VM is a handmade electric bike with styling straight out of the 1930s

Electric-powered art on two wheels.
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Bartek and Jaromir AVIONICS VM

The Avionics VM almost looks too pretty to ride but with its 92 lb-ft of torque and 36 mph top speed, it would be hard to deny yourself the fun to be hand from the bike's instant boost of power. The VM is powered by a 5,000-watt electric motor with a 24-amp hour lithium-ion battery that can store up to 74 miles of range on a single charge. The curvaceous frame is constructed out of chromoly steel and an ergonomic seat is seamlessly integrated into the frame with a leaf spring suspension for a smoother ride. It also features a wooden chest that houses the battery and all the electrical components, a regenerative braking system, and a chrome-plated headlamp with 1,000 lumens of brightness.

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