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Electric motorbike maker Super 73 has followed up with their original super73 motorbike, offering a variety of new options including their S-series. The S-series which includes the S1 and S2 is described by Super73 as a “high performance street-legal electric motorbike”
Bike and lifestyle company Super73 produces three unique series of electric bikes, each identified with a single letter. The S series is their latest group of models and is bookended by their most expensive full-featured R series and their entry-level least expensive Z series.
The S-series is Super 73’s middle-of-the-road series and comes with two model options, the S1 and S2, and is their latest premium-grade electric bike.
All Super73 e-bikes have some distinct similarities when it comes to their design. You can’t miss the signature look of their frame style, clearly echoing the style of mini-motorcycles that were popular in prior decades that kids used for zipping around on trails and neighborhood explorations.
The distinct brand aesthetic has resembled across their entire line. The five models from the Super73 series are all standard single-speed bicycles (although models in S and R series now have options to add a Shimano 10-gear transmission), and all of their e-bikes all sit low and squat on wide 20″ tires.
The two models in the S series from Super73 are the S1 and S2. The first difference you’ll notice between the two models is the price (the S1 coming in under $2,000, the S2 at about $2700. However, the real difference is the two models’ specs that affect both their performance and range.
Fun — If you have good memories of riding a minibike with a tiny roaring gas engine in your youth, you may love the idea of picking up a similar style of ride without the noxious exhaust and noise of the 2-cycle motor.
Style — If you’ve seen Super73 e-bikes zipping around in your favorite social media stories, then you may already have the itch for the strange thrill of sitting on a small little electric motor-powered minibike to try out favorite trails and parks near you.
Versatile — While there are plenty of choices in the e-bike world today, with models specialized in everything from hauling cargo to making deliveries to transporting a preschool class of six toddlers on your special purpose e-bike, the Super73 models are made for more versatile action.
A bit of zipping around exploring, some weekday commuting, and maybe picking up some snacks at the corner store are all activities well suited for the super 73.
Options — The company knows that different riders come in all different sizes and tastes. Between the S1 and S2, you’ve got choices of frame size, battery and motor size and power, front-suspension forks or fully rigid ride, and more.
One Style Fits All — All the Super73 bikes are basically clones with different details. They all feature the same basic short fat tires (20″ tall x 4″ to 5″ wide), the same long low frame with a long motorbike double seat, etc. If this style isn’t your style, you’re shopping in the wrong section because there are no other choices coming from this brand.
Heavy And Awkward — Everything that Super73 makes is thick and sturdy. These are not the type of bike that can go up on a bike rack on the back of your car, either.
Not Cheap — While Super73 bikes are in the reasonable mid-range of prices for e-bikes on the market today, they are still an investment that will set you back a couple of grand. And then there are accessories — on your bike, for safety and riding gear, for security and storage, etc.
Single Speed — While pedaling your Super73 e-bike isn’t your main concern and should never be attempted for long without the motor assist on this heavy metal monster. The peddles are better suited for offering a bit of help building momentum when taking off or tackling bigger hills. On the upper model in the S Series, the S2, you can choose a 10-speed transmission.
The Super73 S series of e-bikes are fun little machines for zooming around town for a few errands, going that last mile from the train to the office, or just exploring some parks or beaches around your area. Like all the models the company produces, the two choices in the S-series are reasonably priced for the market range and a fun way to get onto a bike and see the world from a new perspective.
Laws regulating and restricting e-bikes vary from place to place, but in general electric-assist bicycles like the S1 and S2 don’t require state registration, license, or insurance like a motorcycle or moped would need to ride on the roads. On the other hand, some e-bikes with stronger motors, such as the S2 with its potential higher top-end miles per hour might be regulated in some areas where traditional bikes can ride freely, like on bike trails.
Gather the stats and specs on the model you’re considering, and check your local laws for electric bikes to see where you could take your Super73 around town and beyond.
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