Palm Angels Joins MATE.BIKE for a Foldable Off-Road eBike

Accented with black leather bike streamers.

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Palm Angels has just teased its upcoming collab with MATE.BIKE.

Similar to last year’s collab with Moncler Genius, this collab will be based on the MATE X folding model which is an off-road geared eBike with large all-terrain tires, eight gears, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, a full suspension system, and a smart LCD display. The bike will also be able to hit speeds of 25 km/h for a total distance of 120 km.

While no exact details have been released, the teaser image does show the bike in a muted paint job with a silver frame matched with black accents. Branding can be seen on the top tube while both handlebars have long black leather bike streamers. There’s no pricing info just yet, but those interested can head over to the countdown page where it is expected to release on the 29th.

In other eBike news, Jeep’s first eBike boasts three times more torque than the competitors.

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