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I'm guessing .... $16K

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MSRP here in the States is $10,800 of course that is subject to change.

Four color combos to choose from. Production will be 650 worldwide.

Retail deliveries are scheduled to begin the first week of May.

Pre-orders can be placed through SPP

Hardcore "Bike-Boy" type questions should probably be directed to the Distributor, see link in post number two. Purchase & delivery questions can certainly be answered by SPP.

Steven

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That will buy a very nice 600cc sport bike.... which is a lot more fun. 

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Besides the Price, the Front Fork is what bothers me.  Front Axle Snapping and down you go.  It looks like a Cog Type Fan Belt for a Chain, what keeps it from running off the Sprocket? 

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If you look closer you would see that the belt is a center tooth/center track type drive belt which is what keeps it from jumping off the sprocket. Due to the price of the bike I would also guess that it is a carbon type belt for strength and weight savings. It’s a sophisticated commuter type E bicycle, its not for off-roading, so I seriously doubt people are worrying about a front fork breaking off. If you go by one, you can customize it to your liking and fix all the stuff that concerns you.

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Where's BikeBoy and his expertise on these bikes?

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22 hours ago, mhr1961 said:

If you look closer you would see that the belt is a center tooth/center track type drive belt which is what keeps it from jumping off the sprocket. Due to the price of the bike I would also guess that it is a carbon type belt for strength and weight savings. It’s a sophisticated commuter type E bicycle, its not for off-roading, so I seriously doubt people are worrying about a front fork breaking off. If you go by one, you can customize it to your liking and fix all the stuff that concerns you.

Not worried about Front Fork, I said Axle.  It doesn't have to be a Mountain Bike to snap the Axle, I do not know that many Roads and Side Walks that are perfectly Smooth with no issues.  Hit a small Pot Hole just right you can bend the Wheel. 

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