Everyone’s busy designing the bikes of the future, while High Powered Cycles are here creating the bikes of now. Their latest release, the Typhoon Pro electric mountain bike is a force to be reckoned with. Perfect for those who spend 90% of their time climbing up to the summit, only to enjoy the 10% of downhill. I’ve never done it, but I’m sure the experience could be made a lot better with the use of an electric bike.
This bike is a crossbreed between a ToaToa dirt bike and your standard mountain bike. The tubular steel frame is concealed by a striking black body shell which gives host to an edgy seating choice. Housing a 6,000-watt Crystalyte motor under the frame, this monster can hit top speeds of up to 42 miles per hour – getting you up the side of that mountain before you know it. The contrast between the gold and black really accentuates the frame, while allowing the black to hide the heavy mechanics.
Designer: High Powered Cycles