Monday Motorbikes has unveiled its M1 electric autocycle, that’s designed for cruising through urban areas.

The minimalist M1 is free from gears, spark plugs and a clutch – while the bike’s lithium-Ion battery offers a 40-mile average range and charges in five hours. Plus, it’s equipped with pedals that can assist or help recharge the battery.


Its brushless DC motor has a single moving part and is rated for 400,000 miles, while the bike’s longevity is further aided by a regenerative braking system that saves energy and doesn’t require swapping out brake pads.

Additionally, the M1 is equipped with a handlebar-mounted display that shows real time power consumption information – plus, the cloud-connected bike can also be linked with an external app via Bluetooth and pair with a GPS device.


Technically, the M1 is classified as an electric bicycle. However, it’s pre-set for a top speed of 20mph in the city and 40mph in the country – so the licensing requirements might change if it makes it across to the UK.  



Available for pre-order in the USA for $4,500 (£3508), Monday’s M1 should arrive in January of next year. Sadly, there’s no talk of UK distribution, but we’ll be watching this space should things change…

For more information on Monday Motorbikes, click HERE.

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