An American company Monday Motorbikes has launched its latest electric moped known as the “Anza,” which ranks as the most affordable in its catalog. It is available in two electric motor options, a 500W version, and a 750W version.
The Anza electric moped has a unique, minimalist design with a frame made up of U-shaped tubes on which all the components are mounted, including the battery arranged in the form of a false fuel tank on the top, an electric motor located in the rear wheel hub pedals.
According to Monday Motorbikes on the company’s official website, the 500W model has a top speed of 20 mph (32 km/h), while the 750W can reach 28 mph (56 km/h). Located on the bottom bracket, we have the Bafang motor, which is linked to the pedals through a metal chain that works together to provide pedaling assistance.
In terms of autonomy, the 500 W model has a 557 Wh battery, giving the Anza a range of 25 miles (40 km). The 750 W model gets a battery of 672 Wh capacity, enough to allow this e-moped to exercise a distance of 35 mph (56 km) on a single charge.
The bike has a front fork equipped with hydraulic damping, hydraulic disc brakes, an LCD screen, and an adjustable seat along with a footrest that is not visible in the images.
Both versions of the e-moped are designed to carry two persons. The name of the bike coincides with the name of the street and library in San Francisco.
The two variants of the Anza can already be purchased through the Monday Motobikes website where, at this moment, they have a pre-sale offer that reduces the price to $1,200 in the case of the variant with a 500 W motor and of $1,990 for the 750 W. After that, the prices will climb to $1,499 and $2,499 respectively. In the United States, the first deliveries of the Anza will begin in November.