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  • Electric Bike Review

    Peugeot CE 122

    This electric bike is a very promising entrant into the electric bike market. It has all the ingredients of a high-end electric bike, from Shimano Nexus 7 gears, fully enclosed chain, Shimano brakes. Fully integrated electrics, with a single connector into the controller. Integrated front & rear lights. Built in lock. Puncture resistant tyres.

    For the features, and the quality of the design, it is very competitively priced at $2,299, it would give all the bigger players in the market a really good run for their money.

    The Peugeot engineering hallmark is evident in the design. I can see this bike being one of my favourites for a while. It certainly raises the bar in the industry by a few notches.

    Peugeot Bikes are now available only at Electric Velocity.

    How Does it Ride

    It’s very pleasant to ride. The pedal assist is very responsive. 3 levels of assistance is very good spread of assistance options. The gear shifting is very smooth. The range of 40 km is plenty for most riders. It features a very comfortable saddle, coupled with a suspension seat post, and front suspension, it’s definitely built with comfort in mind.

    Italwin Prestige Lux

    The Prestige Lux is our most popular stepthru electric bicycle. With stylish flair that is customary with Italian designs, and a well established brand. It’s versatile, light and reliable. Sporting an aluminium frame and carrier, third-generation motor, optical sensor, anatomical saddle and Shimano® gears. Test ride it today at Electric Velocity

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