Monday Motorbikes Unveils Highly Anticipated Phoenix
A more cost-effective, uniquely designed version of Monday's flagship Gen-7
TORRANCE, Calif., March 5, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Monday Motorbikes, the California-based electric motorbike company focused on revolutionizing urban transportation, today unveiled the highly anticipated Phoenix, adding a third motorbike to their fleet, providing riders a cost-effective mass model with the same impressive, high-end design style of the award-winning Gen-7.
Purpose-built from the ground-up, the new fully electric cafe racer provides riders a comfortable, efficient, premium electric bike with the attractive design of the flagship Gen-7. Starting at an impressive $1,499 price point, the Phoenix combines performance, utility and comfort, creating the ultimate affordable, lightweight, urban commuter.
“To support the booming popularity of our Gen-7 and further drive our mission to redefine urban transit, we wanted to create a lightweight, premium motorbike with a price point that is accessible for all new and younger motorcycle enthusiasts,” said Josh Rasmussen, Co-founder and CMO of Monday Motorbikes. “Though the motorbike is designed for anyone, it transforms into a performance machine for more experienced riders with the flick of a switch. The Phoenix is perfect for anyone wanting the look and feel of our Gen-7 but in a smaller package.”
Built with advanced materials, including high-grade, lightweight aluminum for the body frame and lightweight, aluminum-forged mag wheels, the Phoenix is flexible, yet durable, creating a safe and dependable, sustainable, lightweight commuting option. Powering the Phoenix will be a 48V long-range, in-frame, removable battery that can power up to 50 miles per charge. The 500-watt Hub motor provides the power to support riders up to 250 lb, while the high-performance dual front and rear disk brakes allow for an efficient and effective stop.
Pre-orders are now available at Mondaymotorbikes.com/ProjectPhoenix
About Monday Motorbikes
Founded and launched out of a garage in San Francisco on a Monday morning in 2015, Monday Motorbikes is defining the future of urban transportation. With over five years in the market developing innovative electric motorbikes, Monday Motorbikes has been advancing the electric mobility space, launching the first electric motorbike with a cafe racer design that does not require a license or registration. Learn more at mondaymotorbikes.com.
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Josh Rasmussen, Co-founder and CMO
Source: Monday Motorbikes
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