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Electric Bikes

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E-bikes for everyday riding, touring and racing
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E-Bike - a modern bike for everyone

Boasting innovative and stylish designs, modern e-bikes offer comfort and reliability. With ever slimmer components and boasting more power than ever, e-bikes are now available in all bike styles and in a wide range of styles. In addition, different performance levels and functions are available, which meet all requirements. We’re sure you’ll find the right electric bike to suit your needs.

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E-bikes and pedelecs – what’s the difference?

Most of the bicycles which are commercially available are classified under the Pedelec category. In general, an e-bike is a bike which is equipped with an electric motor, whereas a Pedelec merely assist pedaling. This results in a distinctive difference between pedelec and e-bikes – a pedelec must always be operated by pedals and are still classified as conventional bikes. In other words, despite an electric motor, the driver cannot sit back on the saddle and relax whilst steering the bike via the handlebars. Pedelecs do not move without the rider pedaling.

No driving license or insurance required

The power of the electric motor is usually around 250 watts on most models. Most of the bikes allow multiple settings to suit the rider. Using a pedelec does require possessing a driving license, having insurance or wearing a helmet.



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