Vintage Electric vision goes beyond just building bikes. Founded upon old school American manufacturing values and paired with the most cutting edge technology on the market, Vintage Electric offers the highest quality handcrafted products.
Vintage Electric has always set out to be different. The Emory Outlaw Tracker is inspired by tastemakers, misfits, hard workers – the Outlaws!
This is the kind of bike you’ve always dreamed of owning. California-born and California-built. Through quality, speed and style this one sets out to be
our greatest limited-edition bike yet.
Only offered on these 50 units. The deep silver metallic paint looks completely at home on the Outlaw Tracker. This is one of Rod Emory’s most distinguished color choices and is the true hallmark of this bike.
An Emory-inspired bucket headlight with mesh grill holds a powerful LED light to keep you safe on your fastest lap to the coffee shop. The Outlaw Tracker also comes equipped with our integrated rear tail light. These lights receive energy from the main battery via integrated wiring —
no exposed wires or additional batteries to worry about.
Utilizing a classic moto-inspired inverted design, this fork is made to last. Our road race valving smoothens the fastest bike path rides while allowing for maximum road performance. The best components for the fastest ride – just like an Emory Outlaw 356.
The most trusted name for hydraulic disc brakes in the cycling community, Shimano provides the Outlaw Tracker with trusted technology
and unsurpassed braking performance. The oversized 203mm front disc makes for optimal braking power even at 36 MPH.
The Outlaw Tracker is equipped with Schwalbe Fat Frank tires. These tires provide race-like grip even on the mean streets of your town.
Fat Franks feature KevlarGuard, a robust woven material that protects against flats.
Vintage Electric company’s mission is to create beautiful bikes that stand the test of time. They provide an unmatched customer experience from start to finish, and beyond.
Vintage Electric is taking a stand against planned obsolescence, designing timeless products that are built to last for generations.