Stealth Puts Trails Under Lights

By October 2, 2014 B-52, F-37, H-52, Promotions

Stealth Electric Bikes has launched a new, ultra-bright lighting kit as a direct-mount option for each of its three e-bike models, and is offering the kits for free with every new bike order this month.

 

The 1720-lumen twin-beam package clamps straight onto the handlebars, meaning riders can now carve trails night and day, regardless of the conditions.

 

“Night riding is a whole new experience, but something a lot of Stealth riders don’t even consider – given the speed our bikes can reach, pilots really need to see where they’re going. Our new lighting kit changes all of this, as our bikes can now take on the trails 24-hours a day,” said Stealth’s sales manager Theresa Moolenschot.

 

Supporting the kit’s huge lighting output is a 20-hour runtime, and a beam that reaches up to 270 metres into the distance, meaning riders will be well-prepared for whatever lies ahead.

 

The lighting kit release coincides with a hive of other activity in the Stealth Electric Bikes factory, including a full model refresh, which has seen the newly-named B-52 Bomber and H-52 Hurricane’s respective power outputs cranked up to 5200 Watts. At the same time, the F-37 Fighter has adopted a fresh moniker, backed up by a power boost to 3700 Watts.

 

“We’ve really cemented our reputation as a world-class e-bike manufacturer now, and we receive some really encouraging feedback from our riders, so now it’s a case of further refining what we do, and making the Stealth experience even better than it is already,” said Stealth’s managing director John Karambalis.

 

Alongside the significant product developments is the new Stealth Hangar, the company’s revitalised website platform, which contains all the latest bike specs, colour options and dealer information, as well as a full run-down on the new lighting kit.

 

And there is more to come, too, adds Moolenschot in closing, while encouraging Stealth fans to follow the company on its many social media channels, where she says much of the latest Stealth news is broken first.

 

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