Mention electric bicycle or ebike, the image of a regular-looking bicycle with electric motor surfaced. The XION CyberX Custom Electric Bicycle, however, makes you rethink that image.

XION CyberX Custom Electric Bicycle

The XION CyberX is more like a Moped – a modern day Moped, that is. It looks nothing like a bicycle – thanks to its radical design that take your attention away from the pedals and belt drive.

XION described CyberX as “the most badass-looking eBike“and looking at it, I won’t argue with that. The fat tires, tricked out LED lighting and customizable laser printed side panels, and the dirt bike-crossed-cafe racer look gave it a very cyberpunk vibe.

XION CyberX Custom Electric Bicycle

It has a long saddle that sits two while a full suspension provides a comfy ride. And oh, it has actual motorcycle tires.

CyberX is powered by a 750-5000W mid-drive motor, paired to a 72V/32 Ah LIFEPO4 battery good for up to 50 miles an hour (80 km/h) top speed and a range of up to 100 miles (161 km).

XION CyberX Custom Electric Bicycle

However, in reality, if you are going full-on electric, you will get about 50 miles (80 km). 100 miles is only if you go the pedal-assist route.

It offers two modes of riding. ‘Street’ mode provides 750 watt of power, affording a top speed of 28 mph (45 km/h) and 75 miles (121 km) range, while ‘race’ mode has 5000 watt that tops out at 50 mph with a range of 50 miles (80 km).

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Other details include a hydraulic disc brake system, steel frame, LCD display, USB charger, and Bluetooth speaker.

XION CyberX Custom Electric Bicycle

The XION CyberX is available in three sizes to suit users of different heights.

Anyone who is interested can learn more over at the product’s Indiegogo page where you can also pre-order a unit for a starting price of US$3,699.

In case anyone is wondering, the campaign is on flexible goal, which means it is essentially a pre-sale campaign.

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Images: Ali Horuz.

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