Beautiful, modular and impressively high-performance, the Blix Packa is a full-feature cargo electric bicycle that’s designed to be “a natural car-replacer.” Engineered to tackle the steepest of hills, Packa boasts a range of up to 70 miles per charge and top speeds of 20 miles per hour. Packa also features a loading capacity of 400 pounds thanks to its unique multi-modular racking system that also makes it easy to bring your little ones along for the ride.
Launched after a successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, the Packa joins Blix’s growing line-up of electric bicycles, which also includes a Vika+ folding bike, Aveny city bike and Sol cruiser bike. Notable for its compact design, the Packa has a total length of only 81 inches, making it only slightly longer than a regular bicycle. Its dual 24-inch wheels provide a low center of gravity for easy handling, while its low step-through frame of just 21 inches makes it accessible to most riders.
Fully electric, the Packa comes with a powerful rear motor that boasts 750W of raw power that can be easily tapped into with the throttle and two high-capacity 35E Samsung cell batteries totaling 1,175Wh to ensure a range of 70 miles per charge and 25,000 miles of battery lifetime. The e-bike also comes with a seven-speed gear shifter, integrated LED brake light, disc brakes, a smart bell, USB charging, and puncture-resistant tires.
Also key to the design of the Packa is the integration of Blix’s modular rack system that hooks up to smart mounting points at the front and rear of the bicycle to allow the user to carry up to 200 pounds in 200 different configurations. The Blix Packa is available in either Electric Blue or Bright White at the recently reduced price of $1,599.
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