Bad Bike Beach Vintage Fat the Electric Sidecar Bicycle Looks So Sweet

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Winter time may not be the best season to make shopping recommendations for bicycles, but if you look at the Bad Bike Beach Vintage Fat, you'll probably understand why it stuck with us.
As if bikes with retro looks and the added cool factor of an electric motor were not enough, here's some extra mojo, in the shape of a sidecar version that looks like a million bucks.

At least, this is what we believe about the Beach Vintage Fat, most likely because we believe in stylish creations, and are, at times, willing to skip the strictly functional aspects. Instead of thinking about the fact that a child would stick his or her hand in the spokes, we prefer to think of better, sunny days, when you can pedal with your kid and enjoy the world. After all, if you are a responsible parent, you'd show your kid what can happen if..., wouldn't you?

250W and 500W versions available

Stronger riders will certainly enjoy the Bad Bike Beach Vintage Fat, as they could enjoy up to 50 km (31 miles) of assistance even from the smallest battery version, the 250W. The least powerful bike arrives with a Li-Po 36V 10Ah battery, but 500W motor, and 48V, bigger batteries are also available optionally.

The bike is made of aluminium and has a telescopic fork. The tires are fat and look like they could work on the asphalt just as well as they do on hard packed trails. Disc brakes are used for the front end, with the more powerful version of the bike being equipped with hydraulic ones.

LED front and rear lights are part of the stock trim, just like the sprung seat and racing stripe graphics. The Bad Bike Beach Vintage Fat can be ordered in military green or black for both bike and sidecar. If you want fancier looks, you can get the bike in aluminum, with the rims and sidecar in red. Priced at €3,198 ($3,510) for the low-spec version and €3,698 ($4,060) for the top one.
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