The Ride1Up Revv1

E-bike brand Ride1Up launches new Revv1 moped-style model

US e-bike brand has launched its latest moped-inspired model, the Revv1.

This Class 2 electric bike has been designed for anything from adrenaline-inducing rides to quick coffee stops, errands, or riding with friends, the brand said. 

With a 52V 29AH battery and 750W motor, with a removable software limiter, the Revv1 also offers plenty of optional extras, including storage, foot pegs, rear passenger handle, rear rack, and more.

Ride1Up, based in California, said: “The Revv1 is a bold, Class 2 moped-style electric bike designed for everything from adrenaline-inducing rides to a quick trip for coffee, errands, or cruising with friends. The Revv1 flaunts a striking moto-inspired design packed with performance and value only Ride1Up can deliver. Guaranteed to plaster a smile on your face and turn heads without breaking the bank!”

The Revv1 retails for  $2,395 for the full suspension model, or $1,895 for the front suspension-only version.

Ride1Up was founded in 2018 by Kevin Dugger, who grew up in the cycling haven of Davis, Northern California. 

The brand aims to offer affordable e-bikes designed to look good, and help people get out of their cars and onto bikes. 

Dugger said: “With the invention of e-bikes, people have an amazing ability to move around the city in a fast and efficient way and still have a little fun. Better yet, you have an opportunity to see the globe more interactively. Cycling has a way better feeling that is incomparable with driving.”

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  • Class 2 52V 20AH battery & 750W Motor
  • Available with full suspension or Hardtail
  • Four piston Hydraulic Disc brakes front and rear
  • 20″ x 4″ fat tires
  • Front and rear lights
  • Full coverage fenders
  • Available in Graphite Grey and Moss Green
  • Add-ons – storage cage, foot Pegs, rear handle, rear rack and more

Frame options and pricing

MSRP: $2,395 – Full Suspension

MSRP: $1,895 – Front Suspension

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