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When the pavement runs out: Vintage Electric’s scrambler

When the pavement runs out: Vintage Electric’s scrambler

When the pavement runs out: Vintage Electric’s scrambler
Four years ago, designer Andrew Davidge started building electric bikes in his parents’ garage in California, helped by a couple of friends. Today, he runs a Silicon Valley company with 15 employees, a permanent factory in Santa Clara, and a global dealer network stretching from England to New Zealand.

In the tumultuous world of electric transportation, that’s a success story. Davidge puts it down to selling bikes that put a smile on the faces of their owners—like this new ‘Scrambler.’

When the pavement runs out: Vintage Electric’s scrambler
Let’s get one thing straight, right away: the Vintage Electric Scrambler is not designed to replace your Harley-Davidson Road King. It’s designed for short commutes, scooting over to a friend’s house on a sunny evening, or zooming down a twisty fire road.…

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