Recon Power Bikes released its Police Interceptor E-Bike for Law Enforcement. The Interceptor features a 750- to 1,000-watt heavy-duty mid-drive motor powered by a 48-volt 21Ah Panasonic battery pack. The nine-speed Shimano drive train is paired with a throttle and five levels of pedal assist. The bike can be configured to meet any standard U.S. e-bike class with the option of custom programming.

A standard speed of 28 mph paired with a range of 60-plus miles between charges gives law enforcement power and an extended range. Components include four piston hydraulic brakes, a “smart” color LCD, and four-inch tires with molded-in puncture protection.

The Interceptor is certified to the ANSI/CAN/UL2849 Standard for Safety and Electrical Systems for ebikes and UL 2271 for batteries used in light electric vehicles (LEV).

The Interceptor is also compatible with several law enforcement signal packages powered by the main battery. The Mpower LED package features a tri-color programmable silicone gel design with “Scene Lighting.” In addition, the bike features a handlebar-mounted rocker switch that can toggle between headlight, taillight, strobes, cruise, and scene lighting.

This summer, Recon will open the first law enforcement ebike training center, in conjunction with the Allen County Sheriff’s Department, on two hundred-plus acres in Fort Wayne, IN.

“The Recon Team is honored to serve the men and woman in law enforcement and looks forward to continually providing high quality, technologically superior products to assist them in their duties,” said Jeff Fuze, president of Recon.

Recon Power Bikes manufactures ebikes for law enforcement, first responders, federal agencies, and the military. Recon E-Bikes reports that the company’s vehicles are “utilized by over five hundred law enforcement agencies in all 50 states and three branches of the U.S. military.

Images courtesy Recon Power Bikes