PHOTO CAPTION: HE Line Street Racer costs $9,250.

MECO Introduces HE Line Electric Street Racer Bike

The HE Line comes in 4 series, A, B, D, E, the bikes cover mountain use, even snow, and other shorter urban range mobility.

Published: 27-Mar-2012

Not too many companies can claim Ferrari like performance or even include the name in its PR, especially a bicycle one. However, what makes the Street Racer is that it not only opens up a new category within the electric motor assisted bicycle field, it actually has a trick or two up its sleeves with design and performance.

HE Line From MECO. The HE Line company makes a variety of electric vehicles and components, and hails itself as offering trendy, effective and environmentally friendly alternatives for individual traffic. Owned by MECO, which stands for mobility of the future and therefore has to be very trendy, it’s aim is to offer electric vehicles, EVs, since the power system is efficient, clean, convenient, silent and very cheap to use. MECO believes that since they are perfect for short-ranges and for use in inner-city traffic, it can make a difference there with its HE Line. The HE Line offers a wide variety of EVs, including E-Bikes, E-Scooter, E-Funscooters, E-Cars, E-Golfcars, E-Mobility, E-Golftrolleys and cordless E-Lawn mowers. And a difference, it makes.

HE Line. With its 4 series, A, B, D, E, the bikes cover mountain use, even snow, and other shorter urban range mobility. The Street Racer we are interested here is the top of the line and will rival anything on its path.


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