Got MPG? Derringer Cycles Go 150 on a Gallon of Gas and Look Great Doing So

by Matt Forcey

Derringer is the neo-classical interpretation of a 1920’s era board track racing motorcycle, but that’s not all.  Designed by world-renowned industrial designer, Adrian Van Anz, this revolutionary moto-hybrid was conceived as an exciting new option in highly-efficient transportation.  

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Derringers can be pedaled as a traditional bicycle, propelled via engine power (49cc 4-stroke means it’s street legal), or pedaled with the assistance of engine power. While under power, the pedals can also remain stationary, allowing you to operate in the style of a traditional motorcycle (with speeds up to 40mph).

Capable of fuel economy ratings that can exceed 150 mpg, Derringers take the compromise out of environmentalism, clearly evidenced by the number of customers who purchase a Derringer along with an in-home display stand.

Get your’s for $3,500 at Derringer Cycles

Via Mototype

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