MAHLE ebikemotion 250-Watt motor
electric support up to 25 km/h
6- or 9-speed Pinion C-Line drive
LightSKIN Ultra-Mini-Light U2E (German StVZO-compliant)
motor and lighting control at the touch of a button on the frame or via app
Gates Carbon Drive CDX belt
built-in front rack
The electrified all-rounder
Comfortable, functional and with a reduced design language - Emil VI/IX is a fully equipped e-bike with all the advantages of an all-rounder. The inconspicuous 250-watt motor integrated in the rear hub and the 250Wh battery placed in the down tube offer enduring riding fun thanks to reliable components from Mahle. Control and individual riding profiles are easily accessible at the touch of a button on the frame or via app.
Emil's urge to move can be optimally transferred to the road by means of the Pinion sequential gearbox with a choice of 6 or 9 gears. Developed by former Porsche engineers, even precise gear changes are possible, whether stationary or on the move. Another highlight is the frame-mounted front rack with clever tensioning strap system. Even larger loads can be transported safely and without affecting the handling. The LightSKIN Ultra-Mini-Light U2E, the world's smallest StVZO bicycle front light, integrated on the aluminium profile mudguard ensures the best visibility at night.
Thanks to the adapted Schindelhauer frame geometry with longer head tube and shorter stem, Emil has a comfortable riding position. Cobblestone roads and rough park paths become a new favourite shortcut thanks to the large-volume tyres. With the Gates Carbon Drive toothed belt, three to four times the mileage is possible than with a chain - with the same efficiency, but less maintenance and noise. Oiling and greasing are as much a thing of the past as dirty trouser legs.
ALLO VELO - Boutique
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141 du Shannon (Griffintown), Montreal, QC, H3C2J4
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1350 Nanaimo St, Vancouver, BC, V5L4T6
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