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Most Asked Questions:

How Much Does the GEN7 cost?

You can purchase the award winning GEN7 with a set of batteries, smart charger, and a 1-year tip to tail warranty for $4,500.  You can also reserve the GEN7 for $250 today.  Delivery is an additional cost and accessories can be purchased through the website.

How fast does it go?

To meet Federal electric bicycle regulations, Economy Mode is tuned to 750 Watts for a top speed of 20 mph. For off-road use only, engage Sport Mode to reach speeds of 40 mph.

How far can it go?

In Economy Mode and cruising at 20 mph on a bicycle path, the GEN7 can travel up to 70 miles (30-35 in cities) on a single charge and without the need to pedal, unlike most electric bicycles. For the adventurous (and for off-road use only), activate Sport Mode for a thrilling ride for 30-40 miles.

How do I charge it?

Just like a laptop, simply plug the charger into any standard wall outlet and into your bike.

If you live in an apartment and don’t have a garage, easily remove the batteries with the theft-resistant quick-release, lock your bike outside, and charge your batteries inside using our off-bike charging adaptor. In 5 hours or less, you have a fully charged set of batteries.

How does the GEN7 handle rain?

The GEN7 performs well in the rain. Just as with a bicycle or a motorcycle, extra caution must be used for safety and manoeuvrability. 

Where is the GEN7 built?

Monday Motorbikes designs and assembles all of their motorbikes in Brisbane, California.  We have partnered with manufacturers all over the world to make the GEN7 more affordable than ever.  Quality is of the utmost importance to us. Every partner uses processes that were developed by the Monday Motorbikes team. Schedule a test ride and see where the GEN7 is created HERE.