Traditionally, bikes were either comfortable or fast. Never both.
Luckily we’re alive today, and we get to ride bikes like this.
The Del Sol LXI Flow i/O is a very nice hybrid-style bike that has quality components, front and rear lights, a suspension fork, a luggage rack, a kickstand, full fenders AND a powerful electric motor.
You can ride this city eBike to work, the grocery store, wherever … day or night, in all weather.
Del Sol Bikes is based in San Diego, CA. For them, every ride is a ride to the beach.
Ideal for short commutes and errands: Do you enjoy easy spins to work (less than 10 miles) and quick rides to the coffee shop? This cruiser ebike provides sweet comfort and urban style.
Class 1 ebike: This cruiser electric bike only delivers motor power while you’re pedaling. When you reach a speed of 20 miles per hour, the motor turns off. You can keep pedaling above 20mph, but we don’t see a need to do that. Class 1 is the most commonly allowed type of ebike; you can ride on almost any road or bike path, and on easy mountain bike trails. Be sure to check your local rules.
Shimano E5000 motor: 250 watts continuous power, 40Nm of torque. This reliable motor gives you plenty of juice to get around town.
504 watt-hour battery: This light battery provides enough power for shorter rides on flatter ground, especially for lighter and/or fitter riders, while keeping the total bike weight down. To estimate how long you can ride this bike, divide the battery capacity by the amount of motor power you’re using. For example, a 504wh battery with the motor running at 250w would theoretically run for about 2 hours. The same battery at 125w would theoretically run for 4 hours. It’s smart to subtract about 25 percent to account for the occasional wrong turn.
Customization: To make this electric bike even more versatile and leave your car at home more often, we suggest you add some panniers (bags that attach to the luggage rack).
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