Here’s something different. An electric powered carbon fiber retro styled bike. Made in Germany by UBC
and designed by Christian Zanzotti, the new BLACKTRAIL of the UBC GmbH in Murr near Stuttgart is the fastest e-bike that the bike market currently has to offer.

The e-bike was developed and designed at UBC in collaboration with PG-bikes. PG-Bike sells the bike exclusively worldwide while this particular bike is limited to 667 made.

The BLACKTRAIL is a special kind of movement – a carbon fiber electric bike. High-quality materials like carbon fiber, high alloy aluminum and leather are combined emotional in this and are presented in an extravagant design. Almost all bike components were built from UBC with F1 know-how and F1 standards of quality. The BLACKTRAIL has sufficient reserves of power to move through the city or country fast and with little effort. On top the BLACKTRAIL is a stylish eye-catcher, because of the avant-garde design the bike is the roadster between all two-wheelers.

Max. Speed: 45 – 100 km/h
Range: 20 – 200 km based on motor and cruising speed
Weight: 14 – 20 kg based on equipment and accessory (motor + battery exclusive)
Performance: 1,2 – 7 KW based on adoption
Length: 1896mm
Width: 620mm
Height: 982mm

Main materials:
– Carbon Fibre
– High alloyed Aluminum
– Titan

Varus wheelset: Full Carbon Fibre
Full Weight (Front & Back Wheel): 1600g

BLACKTRAIL Special 26“
Powder coating & Brushing:
Individual color and coating!

Technical Specifications:
Drive train: hybrid engine
Performance: 1,2 – 7 KW based on adoption
Logic: with 3 driving modes combined with the BlackTrail BT667 Software
Battery: Lithium Ion

Weight: 14 – 20 kg based on equipment and accessory
Brakes: Hope Tech V2 Disc Brakes ventilated
Lights: LED Deluxe with the following functions: Dim Light, Brake Light, Back Light

Mark Arcenal

Creative Director at Illest Worldwide
Founded Fatlace in 1999. Lived the Agency life for over a decade and then moved to client side and helped in launching the biggest brand Nike has to date, Nike Sportswear as the Global Digital Lead. Today, he's the Creative Director for Fatlace and clothing line, ILLEST.

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