The company's comfy looking Cruz and race-inspired E-Tracker pack a 3,000-watt hub motor at the rear and a lithium-ion battery where an engine would usually go on the frame. They offer a range of about 30 miles and an unregulated top speed of 36 miles per hour. If the cycle runs out of juice, the rider can also pedal away. It's a concept and style quite similar to the Icon E-Flyer.
While the these bicycles lack the tremendous power of most of the vehicles in the garage, Jay still seems to get a kick out of cruising around on one. He even finds out if these quiet electric bikes can manage a burnout. Check out these modern two-wheelers with a vintage twist in the latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage.