LAZER EDGE Series Fat eBike - 250W - 500W - 750W - 1000W

Ron Adamowicz

New Member
Hello, I would like to introduce myself, my name is Ronald Adamowicz I am the Founder of LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS. Today we would like to present our featured eBike....LAZER EDGE Series Fat eBike. Please, if you have any questions I'm always available.

Indiegogo Campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/lazer-edge-advanced-electric-bike#/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuacDb0VGmQ0nK-sr0PTI0w
Website: http://www.lazerelectricmotorsports.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lazerebike?lang=en


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Ron Adamowicz

New Member


E-BIKE Sport / Fat E-BIKE


* Lightweight Aluminum Frame Forged 6061 Series

Free Option - Choose Your Fork:

* RockShox XC 28 TK Coil Forks
Crown: Forged 6061 T-6 Aluminum
Steerer: Aluminun Upper
Tubes: 28mm 4130
Steel Lowers: Magnesium

* Origin8 Chromoly Front Fork 4130 Proprietary Chromoly

* Ultra Light Alloy Rims 26" Halo Tundra

* Shimano SLX M675 Disc Brakes
Hydraulic Disc Brakes Featuring Ice Technology

* Shimano Acera M361 Crankset
Forged Aluminum 175mm Length 7 Speed

* SRAM PC 870 Chain W/Powerlink

* Shimano Tourney TX Derailler Intelligent Performance

* Shimano RevoShift 7 Speed

* Venzo Padded Seat

* Kore OCD M35 MTB Handlebars
7050-T6 Aircraft Aluminum 35mm Bar Clamp

* Easy Swap-out Lithium Battery Pack
Charge on e-bike or indoors

* 4 Power Options:

#1 - 48v 11.6ah Lithium Pack with 250w motor
#2 - 48v 11.6ah Lithium Pack with 500w motor
#3 - 48v 11.6ah Lithium Pack with 750w motor
#4 - 48v 11.6ah Lithium Pack with 1000w motor

* Battery Life 1500 - 2500 Cycles

* Charge Time 2- 4 Hours On or Off Bike

* Range 25 - 50 Miles (depends on weight and terrain)

* LEB Torque Sensor Technology
LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS Advanced Sensor

* LEB Brushless Rear Hub Motor
LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS PATENT PENDING

* LCD Mutlifunction Display
EASY TO READ AND OPERATE

* LEB Intelligent Hi-Fire Controller
LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS MAXIMUM AMP

* Thumb Throttle
EASY TO USE THUMB THROTTLE

* Max Load 265 lbs / 120.2 kg

* Weight 47 lbs / 21.3 kg
(larger batteries will slightly increase weight)
 

Ron Adamowicz

New Member
INDIEGOGO Campaign Facts


FAQ

1. How do I purchase upgrades? Look for the Perks during and after the campaign.

2. How do I pick color and size? After your purchase we will contact you in regards to your free options.

3. Can I pick up ebike and not pay shipping? Yes, you will be able to pick-up your purchase at: LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS 276 Old Clinton Rd. Westbrook, CT. 06498

4. How do I contact Tech department with questions? Our website will allow customers to contact us via Tech Form.

5. How long will the battery last? 1500 to 2500 cycles. Always fully charge your battery and avoid operating till empty. We will explain battery care in our manual.

5. How long will the motor last? In most circumstances 3 to 5 years. Motor wear is based on driving ability, weight and hills.

6. Do I need a special license to drive an ebike? No, there is no special license required to operate or own an electric bike. Please refer to your local laws for updates.

7. Does an ebike drive up hills? Definitely, our LAZER EDGE Series tackles most hill terrains.

8. Can the LAZER EDGE E-BIKE handle sand, dirt, grass, gravel, water, snow? With ease, all our LAZER EDGE Series ebikes have been tested in all types of climates. Watch our cool videos from around the World.

9. Does the battery pack have a quick release? Yes, we find it necessary to charge indoors at times, this option allows charging indoors at home or work.

10. Do you offer a 220v and 240v battery charger for Countries in Europe and Australia? Yes, this will be offered to all International sales.

11. How is LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS able to sell the LAZER EDGE Series eBikes at such a competitive price? Our Founder, Ronald Adamowicz has over 25 years experience in product procurement. Our goal is volume, we have have set-up a business model that grows with each sale, our pricing can not be matched.

12. Can LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS keep up with a large volume of sales? Definitely! We are ready to lock in a 10,000 sq ft warehouse to handle our assembly line. We are confident that we can deliver 10,000 to 15,000 ebikes in our first production run.

13. What makes you stand out from other ebike companies? To be honest, we are a legitimate company, we offer on-site pick-up, we are registered with the Federal Government State of Connecticut. We have watched companies promote and sell their eBikes on crowfunding sites and never deliver. We hide nothing, our family has owned business in CT/Mass since 1620 when the Mayflower landed. Ronald Adamowicz is a descendant of Stephen Hopkins from the Mayflower. Ronald is also a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, his latest GGF to be accepted in the SAR is Lazarus House. Ronald's family owns GeoMetric Moving & Storage, and Shoreline Delivery Movers Inc. in Connecticut. Ronald has owned Geo Biofuels (biodiesel), East Coast Electric Drag Racing Association (ECEDRA). He now owns LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS and loves every minute!
 

Ravi Kempaiah

Well-Known Member
Nice components on your bike but little late to the party!
Everyone has jumped on the Sondors bandwagon and the seasons starts in about a month. So, the road ahead can be tough but you have a solid product and I wish you the very best.
 

Ravi Kempaiah

Well-Known Member
My sincere suggestion here:

Enough with fat bikes already. fat bikes are fun but that noise, weight, handling may not be ideal for city traffic or casual riding on roads.

Make a good 2" tire bike (at $750) that can take normal fenders and racks, you will be selling them like hot cakes.
A versatile bike platform like Surly troll or ogre but made for casual riding and commuting!
 

Ron Adamowicz

New Member
Thank you Ravi. We feel our product is solid, we will try to weather the Storm (LOL), Fat eBikes still hold a huge market. We have an awesome LAZER xxxxxxxxx THIN, LIGHT, road eBike in final planning stage. Once we start mass production our eFatbikes, we will launch our other products.

Cheers!
 

Garrick K

New Member
Components, torque sensor, and weight all seem great. I think what's needed is some independent feedback on ride quality, etc. Need to get prototypes to some bloggers asap and post articles around. Hard to take a jump on something new when you don't know how smooth controls are.

Any road test feedback anywhere?
 

J.R.

Well-Known Member
The bike as spec'd offers a lot of value for the money. It's good to see power options, more than one frame size and hydraulic brakes being offered. I do see a safety issue with the bike as laid out though, the right side of the handlebar has a twist grip shifter and a thumb throttle between the grip and the brake, putting the brake lever out of reach from the grip position. Placing the throttle on the left side might solve the problem.

Good luck with the campaign!


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Jim123

Member
Fat tires have a larger tread patch on the pavement. They are much less likely to get into a slide during turns or braking, than 2 inch tires are. 1000 watt should be enough to move the weight smoothly in traffic. These facts ought to make legislators approve the 1000 watt standard like my State and other States do.
 

Ravi Kempaiah

Well-Known Member
hahahaha..! whatta eye
JR, stop being such a perfectionist !!
The bike is not only designed to climb hills but also jump cliffs. :D:D

The bike as spec'd offers a lot of value for the money. It's good to see power options, more than one frame size and hydraulic brakes being offered. I do see a safety issue with the bike as laid out though, the right side of the handlebar has a twist grip shifter and a thumb throttle between the grip and the brake, putting the brake lever out of reach from the grip position. Placing the throttle on the left side might solve the problem.

Good luck with the campaign!


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Ron Adamowicz

New Member
Components, torque sensor, and weight all seem great. I think what's needed is some independent feedback on ride quality, etc. Need to get prototypes to some bloggers asap and post articles around. Hard to take a jump on something new when you don't know how smooth controls are.

Any road test feedback anywhere?

Gerrick, thank you for your comments and questions. We have tested our LAZER EDGE Series on trails, roads, sand, and even snow. Most of our videos have been taken with "inhouse" personnel, but you can clearly see in our videos how this ebike performs. I do agree, we need independent feedback from news, bloggers, and regular cyclist. We are currently sending out press kits, we will have independent articles soon. I do want to say, my reputation in electric motorsports is known around the world, I designed, built, and raced "Warp Factor II". I was sponsored by Haiyin Technologies from Shenzhen, China, they own HobbyKing. We look forward to a gas free future!

Ron Adamowicz
 

Ron Adamowicz

New Member
The bike as spec'd offers a lot of value for the money. It's good to see power options, more than one frame size and hydraulic brakes being offered. I do see a safety issue with the bike as laid out though, the right side of the handlebar has a twist grip shifter and a thumb throttle between the grip and the brake, putting the brake lever out of reach from the grip position. Placing the throttle on the left side might solve the problem.

Good luck with the campaign!


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J.R. , thank you for your insight, the picture is deceiving, you can easily reach the brake lever without removing your hand. We would never build a bike that has not been safety tested. I will post a picture later showing how easy it is to use the brakes.

Cheers,

Ron Adamowicz
 

Ron Adamowicz

New Member
I would like to keep the ebike community fully up to date on our plans for LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS. We started crowdfunding campaigns to offer our new products at a very low discounted price, this price only allows minimal profits. I approved this route to jump-start sales. I have enough capital to move forward with LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS, soon our products will be selling on Amazon and Google for MSRP.
Past business: East Coast Electric Drag Racing Association (ECEDRA), Team Haiyin EV Racing.
Current business: LAZER ELECTRIC MOTORSPORTS, Shoreline Delivery Movers Inc.

Cheers,

Ron Adamowicz
 

J.R.

Well-Known Member
J.R. , thank you for your insight, the picture is deceiving, you can easily reach the brake lever without removing your hand. We would never build a bike that has not been safety tested. I will post a picture later showing how easy it is to use the brakes.

Cheers,

Ron Adamowicz

Ron,

I noticed the issue on the videos you posted, not that one photo, I just used your photo for reference. Here's a screen shot from your video.

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Anyway... Good luck with it.
 

Ron Adamowicz

New Member
Ron,

I noticed the issue on the videos you posted, not that one photo, I just used your photo for reference. Here's a screen shot from your video.

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Anyway... Good luck with it.

J.R., again I thank you for your compassion regarding our brake lever, but like I posted, it works just fine, we used it hundreds of times. Shimano does offer longer brake levers if anyone think its an issue.

Ron

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JoePah

Well-Known Member
Ron,

I read through your IGG ad and it looks like an outstanding value! Lots of quality components. That 6000w upgrade looks like a real bargain. I don't think anyone could build that bike for that kind of money.


Used to live nearby in Simsbury and you're in great part of the country.. Wish you well!
 
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Ron Adamowicz

New Member
Thank you Joe, I know Simsbury well, I also own a moving company, everything around route 10.
Yes, our Indiegogo and Kickstarter pricing brings very minimal profits, our only goal the first six months is to spread the news on our products. Our business plan allows this route, our MSRP will bring us decent profits. We have three additional eBikes coming, two escooters, an three eSkate boards. Going to be a busy summer!

Ron
 

George S.

Well-Known Member
So, was this withdrawn? The link says 'draft mode'.

I don't know how anyone new sells ebikes. There is no cost-effective way to make people aware of a new brand, and basically no way to make people aware of ebikes. Sondors has his groups, but his latest offering tailed off very sharply after a fast start.