Adrian Van Anz’s vision of a commuter bike that embodied elegant and classic design came to fruition when he started up Derringer Cycles – named after the pocket size old pistol. His bikes fuse classic motorcyle design with a standard bicycle. There are some old-fashioned details such as the leather bicycle seat that play up the vintage appeal. The bike features a 4-stroke Honda engine and can achieve speeds up to 40 mph (see specifications after jump). Placed orders take up to a month, and the cost tops $3,000 US for many of their models.
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[BAMF-II Model] Honda built overhead valve 4-stroke engine displacing 49cc, CARB and EURO 2 emission compliance, up to 180 mpg depending on usage. EZ-Start Recoil
70mm drum front brake, coaster style rear brake.
Fuel Tank: 1.8 US Gallon, 87 Octane Engine Oil: .26 US Quart
Top speed for off-road only models can exceed 35 mph. Derringers designated for road use are modified so as not to exceed the power and speed limitations imposed on motorized bicycles by the laws of the region in which they will operate. This can vary from 20 mph to 40mph depending on city, state, or country.