Gocycle GS review

Peter Stuart Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 16:56 An intelligent, well-designed holistic answer to city cycling, though we’ll be eager to see a lighter model 4.5 / 5 £2,499 Gocycle had a headstart on many of the newest e-bike contenders, having hit the market for e-bikes back in 2009 with the original Gocycle G1. It shared the same silhouette as the brand’s current GS, and the same principles of bringing style to urban electric cycle commuting. From the outset, GoCycle challenged cycling conventions with a fully enclosed drivetrain and a modal assembly that offered easy storage. A close look at the GS shows some very subtle but very intelligent tweaks to the conventions of normal and folding bikes. The GS now sits second in Gocycle's line below the G3, which features an integrated daytime running light on the handlebar and electronic predictive Shimano Nexus shifting. They both showcase the brand's ...

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