Old school design. New school technology.
Meet the Café Moto Go!, a new electric bike that ticks all the boxes for riders seeking top notch technology and head-turning style. Electra calls it the “ultimate combination of badass, retro style and modern technology.” Hard to disagree. The bike’s aesthetic is inspired by the so-called café racer motorcycles popularized by young British motorcyclists in 1960s London, when hip cats of the era would race between meetups at cafés.
But it’s the drivetrain that makes this wheelie machine a modern marvel. The Café Moto Go! is powered by a Bosch Performance Line Speed motor that provides a power boost up to 28 miles per hour — perfect for keeping up with the flow of traffic on urban streets. A Gates Carbon Drive belt and sprockets connect the Bosch motor (whose in-tube battery is concealed in the downtube) to an enviolo continuously variable planetary hub that provides seamless and whisper-smooth shifting, as well as grease-free, low-maintenance cleanliness. Style points include the hydroformed faux gas tank, a Brooks premium leather saddle, tool bag and Cambium grips. New meets old meets souped-up fun. electrabike.com