Flux Electric Bike Releases New Model Amidst $450k Crowdfunding Campaign

By: Flux Bike
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Flux Attack Beta Flying
Flux Attack Beta Flying
SAN FRANCISCO - April 19, 2016 - PRLog -- Flux Bike, whose premium electric bikes have taken Indiegogo by storm, has released a new model in the middle of their crowdfunding campaign. Deemed "The New Attack," the new model is a full suspension downhill mountain bike with aggressive lines and precision geometry. The team released a beta version of the Attack on their crowdfunding campaign, raising over $150,000 for the model alone and $450,000 total in 18 days.

Backers were invited to watch an intimate video update of all the improvements from one of the company's founders excited to announce the new model. Compared with the Beta version, the new Attack has a steeper head tube angle and lower handlebars for more serious downhill riding, integrated wires and a much tighter rear triangle for aesthetics and performance. Excited backers will be pleased to know that their Attack purchases are automatically upgraded to The New Attack, and that all new Attack purchases will be for the new, improved model. Determined to produce premium electric bikes at reasonable costs, Flux is offering the new Attack, which rivals e-bikes that cost $3000 to $6000 for just under $2000.


Flux Bike is a British-American startup founded in 2014 by Pete Leaviss and Robert Rast. Flux aims to innovate the electric bike market and create a cleaner future. They have launched three high performance affordable models direct to consumers on Indiegogo. For more information, visit www.flux.bike/go.


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