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Polaris eBikes Arrive for Public Safety Agencies

April 12, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Market Builders.
Photo courtesy of Market Builders.

A Utah marketing company is making available a new line of Polaris eBikes for police, fire, and public safety departments.

Market Builders, Inc. of Salt Lake City will offer the eBikes—eight-speed bicycles with an electric motor and powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery. The Polaris eBikes can travel up to 30 miles on a single charge at a speed of up to 20 mph.

Most competitive eBikes are either throttle controlled or pedal assisted – not both. The Polaris eBikes features Biosync pedal assistance technology and Power On-Demand throttle control, which operates like a throttle in order to ride without pedaling.

The Polaris eBike also arrives with a 6061 aluminum frame, 26-inch Kenda wheels, Suntour XCT front suspension, Tektro brakes, SRAM eight-speed gear, and in-frame battery design.

A range of accessories can also be purchased, including mountable carry bags for equipment, flashing lights, and more. A Polaris eBike retails for $2,195.

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Comments (2)

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Brent at PolarisEBikes @ 6/5/2013 8:01 PM

Wow, awesome! Except the link goes to Polaris Industries and not our page. No worries, here is the direct link!! Check us out!

Wendy Zhu @ 11/12/2014 11:00 PM

How are you? This is Wendy from MYWAY China. We are a manufacturer of folding electric scooters, and launched a new model called Inokim Quick. I learnt you are in the market of similar product and expect to cooperate with your company.

If there is any interests, pls feel free to come to me. Thanks in advance.

Waiting for your good news.
Best regards,

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