Riding a Onemile is fun and safe! After the electric cable cars, ONEMILE is now tackling speed bikes! True Onemile DNA, special attention has once again been paid to the electronic management and equipment of the SCRAMBLER V.
This supercharged speedbike is designed for daily journeys, to quickly reach the city centre if you live on the outskirts. Thanks to its high-powered engine, it can cope with long stretches of road. Reaching 45 km/h effortlessly, it can easily replace the car for your trips. The assistance speed is variable, allowing you to slow down as you approach intersections and in dense urban areas, making your journeys comfortable and fast with every stroke of the pedal.
SCRAMBLER V benefits from a beautiful design quality.
The 52V12.4Ah battery is removable, allowing you to charge it easily (4h). In accordance with legislation, it is equipped with all the required accessories: horn, rear-view mirror, 3-position front lighting (daytime, low beam, full headlight) and rear lighting, large luggage rack, reinforced stand and USB port.
The 850W motor gives power and dynamism to this SCRAMBLER.
This electric speed-bike is a real technical feat, both in terms of its ergonomics, its carefully selected components and its materials. It houses a battery capable of fully recharging in just 4 hours and offering you between 30 and 70 km of autonomy depending on the assistance mode.
Wide 4 inch Comfort type tyres suitable for all surfaces.
Front adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers, NUTT hydraulic disc brakes.
Equipment meeting the same safety criteria as a motorbike: lighting, day and night, horn, rear-view mirror.
Riding a speed bike is fun and fast, but it also implies respecting certain rules.
Bikes with an assistance not limited to 25 km/h, called Speed bike (Category L1e) and discussed here, depend on the moped legislation, European EEC standard.
This standard is necessary to be able to use your speed-bike legally. It allows you to circulate freely everywhere just like a motorbike. It is also a guarantee of product quality.
On the other hand, the happy owner of the speed-bike is naturally obliged to respect a certain number of criteria such as :
The establishment of a vehicle registration document, registration, taking out an insurance policy and holding an AM licence (ex BSR, road safety certificate), except if he was born before 1 January 1988.
In France, the user of a Speed bike must also wear a moped-approved helmet and reinforced gloves.
Finally, since Speed bikes are considered as mopeds, their use is limited to the same “playgrounds”. In fact, conventional cycle tracks are not authorised for Speed bikes.
But who would ride at 45 km/h on a cycle track?