Lacuba Evo E8 Step-Thru
The BULLS Lacuba Evo E8 combines comfort with speed with its sleek design making it an excellent choice whether you are touring on pavement or trekking on gravel roads. With a comfortable saddle and a geometry designed to position you in an upright position, the SR Suntour fork is what absorbs most of the vibrations from whichever road you decide to travel on. A true multi-purpose vehicle, this electric bicycle will make your commute to work fast and sweat-free but your cruises through nature even breezier.
|Drivetrain||Brose Mid-Drive T|
|Motor||(250w) Mid-Mounted Geared Motor|
|Frame||7005 Aluminium 48/53 cm|
|Range||137 miles (single charge at the optimal condition)|
|Top Speed||20 mph (32 kph)|
|Tires||Schwalbe Big Apple K-guard 50-622 , 700C x 2.00|
|Fork||SR Suntour NCX-E LO Air 63mm|
|Shifter||Shimano Nexus SG-C6000, 8-speed|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Nexus SG-C6001-8D|
|Crank Set||Miranda w/Shimano HB-M3050QR / Shimano Nexus Hub|
|Brakes||Shimano BR-M315, hydraulic disc brakes 180/160mm|
|Warranty||2yrs (5yrs with registration)|
|Modes||Eco, Tour, Sport, Turbo|
WHAT ARE EBIKE CLASSES?
As electric bicycles started taking over in Europe, Asia and the Americas, different types of ebikes have entered the space. Some could be considered “low speed electric bikes” as defined by U.S. Public Law, while others are more closely related to mopeds or motorcycles based on their power and speed. For this reason, several “classes” were created in Europe defining how and where specific ebikes could be used.
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