What we're looking at is the Icon E-Flyer, the Californian company's new electric bike. It's inspired by early World War I-era board racers, but packs a 3,500-Watt electric motor and 52v battery. Limited to 750 Watts for the road, it'll carry you for 35 miles on a two-hour charge. It'll top out at 36 miles per hour derestricted, but is limited to 20 mph for the road.
Icon's first two-wheel project since the Ural Solo-based Quartermaster, the E-Flyer is built around a hydroformed aluminum frame, powder-coated in Rocky Mountain Gray, with billet forks and Brooks leather handles and saddle, and it looks stunning. Icon will only make 50 examples, each built to order, at with a price tag of $4,995.