one of a kind e-bike in BMX look

Serial 1’s 1-Off series goes into the next round with the MOSH/BMX


Serial 1 has today put up for auction — following the recently auctioned MOSH/TRIBUTE — the second custom-built eBike in the 1-OFF series. The auction for the MOSH/BMX, a unique eBike reminiscent of the glory days of BMX bikes from the early 1980s, begins today at The auction ends on Tuesday, November 2, at 5 p.m. CET, with the unique eBike awarded to the highest bidder.

The MOSH/BMX was once again built by Warren Heir, Jr. and Kendall Lutchman at JR’s Fabrication and Welding in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The custom eBike has all the features and functionality of the classic MOSH/CTY, including the maintenance-free Gates Carbon Drive belt drive, powerful Brose mid-motor, smooth TRP hydraulic disc brakes and internally routed cables. By the way, a detailed test of the MOSH/CITY can be read here.

The custom modifications of the MOSH/BMX include:

  • A raised 9″ BMX handlebar with internal cable routing.
  • A front-mounted luggage basket with custom stainless steel luggage rack
  • An eye-catching two-tone fade paint job
  • Authentic BMX details like a Viscount Dominator saddle, ODI Mushroom grips and Bear-Trap pedals
  • Aggressive Schwalbe Hans Dampf knobby tires

All proceeds from this auction will benefit theJust Keep Livin Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by Camila and Matthew McConaughey that works to empower high school students by giving them the tools to lead active lives and make healthy choices for a better future.

For more information about Serial 1’s 1-OFF series and to participate in the auction, visit



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