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Maeving RM1

Maeving RM1 electric moped
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Maeving RM1 electric moped 85
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Battery21700 Lithium
Range80 miles
Charge Time3.5 hours
PowerUnknown
Price$6.665πŸ’±
Customizable
Handmade
Removable battery
made in Brittain  

Specifications

BrandMaeving
ModelRM1
Speed15 and 31 mph
PowerUnknown
WeightUnknown
Battery21700 Lithium
Battery Life4,000 cyclesβ„Ή
Range80 miles
Charge Time3.5 hours
 

Maeving RM1 electric moped hand built in BritainThe RM1 is an electric moped by electric moped startup Maeving from Coventry, Britain. The company was founded in 2018 by a team responsible for some of Britain’s greatest motorcycles. The company has over a century of British motorcycle engineering behind it and hand builds its mopeds in Coventry, Britain.

Hand built in Coventry with the force of British motorcycling heritage behind us.

Design channelling over a century of motorcycle engineering expertise.

Elegantly strong. Beautifully refined.

The moped has a powerful Bosch electric motor in the rear wheel for a top speed of 45 mph.

The moped provides space for two removable Lithium batteries for a driving range of 80 miles.

The moped has an analog style dashboard.

Maeving RM1 electric moped dashboard

Maeving moped mobile appThe moped connects to a smart phone app. The moped has LTE and GPS connectivity and the app provides in anti-theft security and a “Find My Bike” feature.

The moped has a storage compartment in the fuel tank with USB charge ports for a mobile phone.

Maeving provides 2 years warranty on the moped and 3 years warranty on the battery.

The moped is available in many colors and can be customized on request.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2021 Maeving models

RM1Maeving RM1 electric moped 100
$6.665
21700 Lithium
80 miles
 

Distributor

Maeving Limited
Unit 15 Herald Business Park
Golden Acres Lane
Coventry, CV3 2SY
England

Phone: +44 (0) 24 7718 0149
Email: support@maeving.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/MaevingElectricMotorcycles

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