Smooth-rolling 700c wheels give Cypress a comfortable ride, even when things get a little bumpy. The suspension seatpost soaks up shocks, and the ALUXX aluminum frame provides a comfortable, upright ride. You can take it on roads or bike paths, even some dirt. Just keep pedaling and enjoy the ride.
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For the avid commuter where no hill, no amount of rain, and no gust of wind is enough to stop you, we bring you the Dew-E. From our beloved Dew platform, the Dew-E is the ultimate commuting machine. Bright front and rear lights, fenders, and a Bosch motor make quick work of all conditions. Outfitted in quality Shimano components, and puncture-resistant 650B x 47 tires, the Dew-E is ready for the daily grind. - Kona 6061 Aluminum Butted frame - Kona Project Two Aluminum Disc fork - Bosch 400Wh motor w/Bosch Intuvia display - Shimano Alivio/Acera 9-speed drivetrain - WTB SX19 650B wheels - WTB Horizon Comp w/ Puncture Protection 650B x 47 tires - Shimano hydraulic disc brakes w/160mm rotors - Includes Fenders, Busch & Müller lights, and Atran velo kickstand
SPIN WITH A SMILE Everything you need to tap into the pure and simple joy of riding a bike. With its comfortable rider position, 8-speed gearing and wide, smooth-rolling tires, Vida will get you spinning with a smile on your face. It has disc brakes for smooth stopping power, plus a comfortable saddle and grips. Premium Lightweight Alloy Frame - Durable ALUXX aluminum frameset features low step-through design. Integrated Stem - Short stem provides better control. Comfortable Saddle - Selle Royal saddle offers a smooth and pleasant ride. Disc Brakes - Powerful braking performance for maximum control in all conditions. Grippy Tires - High-volume 2.4-inch tires provide a smooth ride experience. Wide Gear Range - 8-speed drivetrain for hilly terrain
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Orbea designed the Gain to boost your riding experience into high gear while still managing to blend in with the crowd. Its e-bike system is modern, integrated, and sleek. Gain embraces your sweat and hard work and works in unison with your efforts to tick off the miles. Distractions have been minimized so it's just you, your bike, and the hours ahead. The battery is typically one of the most noticeable components of an e-bike system, so Orbea took every step to find the lightest, smallest, and most discreet system available. The idea is to provide you with enough battery power, but not more. This eliminates the need for a bulky, high-output battery that needs to be removed from the bike. Orbea calls this concept "Enough Energy", and it's at the core of the Gain's design. The result is an exceptionally lightweight, sporty, and rideable bike—a machine that heeds the call of the open road. The heart of the Gain is the pedal-assist rear hub motor, which monitors your pedaling input and adjusts power accordingly. This sophisticated drive system provides smooth and reliable assistance at levels designed to enhance your ride, not dominate it. And since the motor is at the hub, you’ll experience drag-free pedaling when Gain is not providing a push. Gain’s control center is the iWoc ONE—a simple, attractive, and discreet button integrated into the top tube. It allows you to power the system on or off, check motor assist levels, and view the remaining battery charge. The button's colored LED lighting puts all the information you need right at your fingertips. Recharging the system is a breeze—the CAN (Controller Area Network) port on the downtube provides a single interface for charging, system diagnosis, or attaching an external backup battery. The Gain F30 is capable of many different types of riding, happily adapting to gravel, road, or commuting. It's got clearance for large tires (up to 40c), the ability to mount accessories like racks and fenders, and a versatile All-Road geometry. A reliable Shimano Claris drivetrain, powerful hydraulic disc brakes, and puncture-resistance tires add to its capability and enjoyment.
It's All About Balance Optima is an apparently "normal" bicycle, but both the architecture and the ergonomics of the new Optima are innovative. It is a bike designed to be used as an electric bicycle from the conceptual design phase. This has meant revamping the product to the point that even its architecture changed. Versatility - Easy access - Balanced city geometry - Comfortable grips and saddles - Weatherproof - Wide gear ratio - Lightweight alloy frame - Big tires Urban Essence - Lights, front and rear - Fenders and chainguard - Kickstand
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