The Presidio motorbike’s dual frame borrows its shape from our GEN7 motorbike, except it is made of aluminum alloy instead of steel to make it lighter-weight and resistant to rust.
Removable Batteries with Key Lock
The Presidio’s battery can be charged while it is on the bike, but in cases where the rider needs to charge their battery elsewhere (e.g., inside the office, at a coffee shop, etc.) or needs to swap batteries, they are completely removable via a quick-release mechanism using a key.
Shock Absorbent Off-Road Tires
The Anza uses 20X4.0 “Big Fat Tires” from CST, we loved not just for their aggro looks, but for their beefiness, robust shock absorption capabilities and their EPS (Exceptional Puncture Safety) puncture protection feature, as well.
Vertical High-Visibility LCD Display
Need to know the time? Got it. How about how far you have gone on your ride? Yep. Range, amps, miles per hour, battery, power assist, and odometer? You already know the answer.
Unique Brat-Cruiser Handlebar
The Presidio motorbike features a distinctive, ergonomically-designed handlebar that is somewhat like a cross between a brat-style bar and a cruiser bar in that it low-rise and the ends have a slight slope towards the rider, for a riding position that is sporty yet comfortable at the same time.
Advanced Pedal-Assist Technology
The Anza motorbikes come standard with pedals and pedal-assist technology. If you want to pedal, you can. Just set the pedal assistance you want on the monitor.
The Presidio motorbikes are driven by one of the most reliable internally geared brushless DC hub motors capable of outputting up to 750 W nominal power.
The Presidio’s seat is 23” long, so it’s perfect for riding 2-up.