Introducing the Bonobo

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ApeRyder takes immense pride in unveiling the Bonobo, an innovative e-bike that redefines the riding experience. Merging impeccable design, unrivaled durability, and cutting-edge technology, the Bonobo effortlessly harmonizes comfort and speed, delivering an exceptional journey.

The Bonobo is equipped with a powerful 750W motor, giving you the exhilarating experience of reaching a top speed of 28 MPH. Whether cruising through city streets or exploring off-road trails, this bike offers a thrilling ride to any destination. With its high-capacity 48V 21AH battery, you can enjoy an impressive 60-mile range, ensuring you won't have to worry about running out of power during your trip. Experience the freedom and excitement of the Bonobo as you embark on your next adventure.

The Bonobo is a remarkable e-bike that showcases a delightful vintage lightweight frame designed to captivate people's attention wherever you go. Its 20" x 4.5" fat tires provide exceptional traction, allowing you to easily conquer any terrain - whether it's the bustling city streets or rugged off-road trails. Moreover, the Bonobo's dual suspension frame enhances its overall aesthetic appeal and ensures a smooth and comfortable ride by effectively absorbing the impact of bumps on uneven roads. Experience the perfect balance of style, versatility, and comfort with the Bonobo..

Equipped with a reliable 7-speed Shimano gear system, this bike easily conquers inclines and challenging terrains. Its intuitive display and user-friendly controls allow you to seamlessly switch between pedal assist modes, ensuring a personalized riding experience. Thanks to the clear and convenient display, you can effortlessly stay informed about your current speed and battery range. Whether tackling hills or exploring off-road trails, this bike is designed to enhance your cycling adventures in every way possible.




Freedom on two wheels, adventure in every ride.

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