Certainly a nice looking bike with lots of marketing behind it concentrating on its style and Italian design. The marketing also suggests it’s aimed at the young professional about town, which clearly i am not, being more of a cardigan and slippers bloke.
Nevertheless, its specifications fit the bill, and it has a high maximum load capacity. The 24 Volt battery is a negative, but then again it is clearly designed as a commuter. Sells for £999 and a big plus is that it.s available ata local dealer, Wirral E-Bikes who also stock Batribike so I could test ride both.
Motor: 250W Brushless
Battery: 10Ah 24V Lithium Ion Polymer
Gears: 6-Speed Shimano Derailleur
Brakes: Disc Front – V Brake Rear
Lights: LED – Front and Rear – Both Powered from Main Battery
Tyres: 20 x 1.75
Mudguards: Polycarbonate Plastics Laminate Full Front and Rear
Seatpost: Adjustable with Suspension
Handlebar: Adjustable Aluminium Alloy
Stand: Side Stand
Cycle Computer: Yes
Modes: High and Low with a start-assist to 4mph.
Range: 15 – 40 miles depending on mode, terrain and rider input
Weight: Only 22kg (48lbs) Including Battery
Max. Rider Weight: 120kg (265lbs / 18s12)
Warranty: Two Year Bike and Battery