Looking for an electric bike with a timeless, retro look? Vintage Electric Bikes has you covered. The company is dedicated to handcrafting gorgeous and distinctive bikes that stand the test of time and fight back against planned obsolescence. Lead designer and founder Andrew Davidge writes, “I am determined to only manufacture products that can be passed down through generations to come.”

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Vintage Electric’s e-bikes come in three distinct models, retailing between $4995 and $6995. They can reach a racing speed of 36 MPH and have a range of 35 miles when used at legal street speeds (20 MPH). When plugged in, the battery takes only two hours to fully recharge, making them perfect for running errands or commuting to work. While the Cruz and Tracker models are clearly designed with city travel in mind, the limited edition Scrambler will appeal to those with a desire to go offroad.

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While the specs of each model differ, it just takes a quick glance to see that these frames are made of highly durable materials like chromoly steel and hydroformed aluminum. Even the tires are made to stand the test of time with a Kevlar lining woven inside – yes, the same material used in bullet-proof vests can be used to prevent an ill-timed flat.

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The bikes can be ordered online at Vintage Electric’s website, or purchased from a local dealer if you just can’t wait or would like to take one for a test drive.

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