NEW 2018 2500W Recon High Performance Folding Electric Mountain Bike w/ Upgrades!

$4,500.00 $3,650.00 (You save $850.00)
Weight: 65.00 LBS
Shipping Cost: $200.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

 Inspired by Military design and based off of the legendary Montague Paratrooper frame, this folding 26" Electric Bike offers high performance with ZERO compromises.  Featuring the same highly spec'd components as the HT-Series, the HPC Recon offers portability while offering the same high performance ride and feel as any of our standard bikes, yet has the capability to fold up and stow away in even the smallest trunk.  The ultra rigid frame has been in Military use for over a decade and was originally conceived to be tough as nails transportation that could literally be thrown out of a plane by paratroopers.  The HPC Recon has a load capacity of 500 lbs. and is one of the strongest bike frames currently available on the market. 

New for 2018 is a brand new updated design frame bag that is now thicker with 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon.  It also features lockable storage, and is waterproof with dual YKK zippers on each side.  Also new is a 1/16" polycarbonate hard case shell built into each side of the bag to add puncture resistance to the battery system. This frame bag is meticulously hand sewn right here in the United States! 

We are selling this 2500W Recon high performance electric bike for a customer who ran into a financial situation and asked us to sell it for him.  Bike is BRAND NEW, and ready to ship!


- Power System: Upgrade to 2500W ($300)

- Battery: Upgraded to 52V 19AH ($400)

- Crankset: Truvativ Fire X ($100)

- GCT Control System ($100)



Brakes: Magura MT4e hydraulic brakes w/ cutoff and 180mm Magura Rotors

Suspension: Rockshox TK Air fork

Tires: Kenda Nevagal 26" x 2.35" 

Transmission: SRAM GX shifter w/ SRAM GX 10 Speed

Battery: HPC Elite Made 52V 19AH

Charger: 4A fast charger



Speed: 34+ mph

Range: 36+ miles (throttle only, 18mph cruising speed)




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