UNITED STATES: In recent times, strong electric cruisers to give a mob of a ride have been springing up left and right, and Ohio-based Land Moto has followed suit with the District Scrambler.
Land Moto’s District Scrambler features
Land Moto is a relatively new electric-bike company, and it delivered its most memorable model, the District, a café-racer enlivened electric motorbike, back in April 2022. The company has given the electric bicycle a rough wind by sending off the District Scrambler.
Right away, it’s obvious to see the distinctions between the two models. First, while Land Moto fitted the standard District with disc wheels, the Scrambler model is furnished with burlier alloy wheels with a ten-spoke structure.
There’s likewise a high front bumper and long travel suspension on the two closures. It likewise has an enormous back sprocket, ideal for sending stores of force to the rear wheel.
In terms of performance, the District Scrambler boasts a mid-mounted electric engine with an output of 17 kilowatts at 23HP. Stunningly, Land Moto claims the electric bike delivers a torque of 206 lb-ft.
The District Scrambler has a top speed of 70 mph upon deploying its most powerful riding mode.
The District Scrambler packs a swappable 72-volt CORE battery pack. As indicated by Land Moto, this battery pack ought to be great for a range of up to 120 miles on a single charge.
The District Scrambler is available in two variants — an off-road-only model and one furnished with every one of the essential fancy odds and ends to justify street legitimateness.
The street-legal variant has a complete LED lighting arrangement, turning indicators, and rear-view mirrors. Land Moto has fixed the starting price of the District Scrambler at $7,800.
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