Currie - Currie Tech has officially ended the eZip eBikes line, scooters still produced.
They have acquired or obtained marketing rights for Haibike.
Top notch mid-drive line of eBikes.
15 models available Spring of 2015
The iZip line is still alive!
Nearly every model upgraded and enhanced.
3 with mid-drive and the rest are hub motor, no more external motors.
only 1 model remaining that does not come with the Lithium battery as standard equipment.
They are gearing up for the USA market!
Most models are now 20mph/32kph capable and through some wizardry, possibly borrowed from HaiBike, they now have a pedal assist mode with 28mph/45kph capability!
They are still marketing the eFlow line
Which look great ... by the specs
Motor Rear hub 500W, gearless, high speed
Battery Lithium-ion 36V14.5Ah 522Wh
Display eFlow LCD multi-function display with power adjustment features
Speed 20 mph / 32 kph motor only, 28 mph / 45kph with hard pedaling
Range 30-45 miles/48-72 km with Normal Pedaling
Frame Aluminium 6061 hydroformed
Fork RST alloy headshox w/30mm travel
Headset FSA internal
Shift lever SRAM SL700
Front derailleur SRAM Apex
Rear derailleur SRAM Apex
Cassette or freewheel SRAM Apex 1050, 11-32T, 10-speed
Chain FSA CN-910
Pedals Wellgo platform
Hubs ft/rear Alloy disc w/QR, motor rear
Rim Alex FR-30 doublewall
Tires Maxxis M2003 26x2
Brakes Tektro Auriga E-Sub hydraulic disc, 180/160mm rotors
Brake Lever Tektro Auriga E-Comp w/motor cut-off switch
Handlebar Kalloy no rise
Stem Kalloy 3D forged
Grips Velo kraton
Saddle Velo racing
Seatpost eFlow integrated w/battery
optional city kit with fenders, rack, lighting system
50.5 lb w/o pedals
But I just can't get past the phallic nature of the battery pack!
Maybe if I was a girl?