What comes to mind when you think of the best bike brands? Trek? Specialized? Kona? Try Mercedes
You’re looking at the n+ Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team eBike This bike has a Huge 65Nm of torque, mid-drive power unit and automatic constant variable transmission that delivers world-class performance, handling, and agility you would expect from a Formula E racing team.
|n+ Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team eBike|
|35lbs* total weight, including battery|
|Optimized for riders between 5’ 4” – 6’ 5” tall*|
|37 m* (Subject to Ambient Temperature, Rider Mass, and Ride Style)|
|65 Nm/ 250 W mid-drive motor|
|Sturmey Archer 5 Speed transmission|
Some of the features of the n+ Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team eBike are the same across all three trim levels. It features 3.5 hours of charging time, Kendra Puncture Resistant tires, and Aluminium 6061 frame construction. It also has a two-year comprehensive warranty. Both the City Racer and eBike weigh approximately 35 pounds Silver Arrow weighs about 40 lbs. Additionally, different trim levels are tailored to different riders’ heights. City Racer is optimized for riders that are a bit shorter (approximately 4’9″-6′) than the Silver Arrow and eBike, which are both optimized for riders between 5′ 4″ and 6′ 5″. A bike’s range is determined by the ambient temperature, the rider’s mass, and the riding style. The Silver Arrow eBike has the best range, whereas the City Racer has the shortest range. Regardless of the trim you choose, you’ll be riding in style.
Move over Mercedes, Porsche has a bike Inspired by the Taycan a car driven by Both Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter Porsche is launching its own electric bikes.
Porsche eBike Sport is designed to be ridden on city streets. An article by TechCrunch features a motor that supports 15 mph and high-quality suspension components for a comfortable ride on asphalt or other gentle terrains. On the other hand, the Porsche eBike Cross is built to handle rougher roads; its seat post is hydraulically adjustable for quick seat height adjustments. During the spring, both models will be available through Porsche dealers in three sizes. The eBike Sport has a starting price of $10,700, and the Cross will cost you at least $8,549.