Orbea Gain e-bikes don’t look like e-bikes

Orbea Gain e-bikes don’t look like e-bikes

Most major bike companies now offer e-bikes of some variety, and Basque-brand Orbea now has the Gain line of motor-assisted machines, which are remarkable for how little they resemble a typical e-bike. E-bike vs road bike: Clash of the Giants Giant Road-E+ first ride review A slim battery sits inside a normal-sized down tube, and a rear-hub motor adds up to 250 watts of pedal-assist power. Most e-bikes have fairly massive down tubes to accommodate a battery. The Orbea Gain bikes have a port near the bottom bracket on the down tube to plug in an additional battery pack, which fits in a bottle cage. Orbea calls its system “Enough Power”, meaning that the Gain bikes will offer you assistance but not a full-on moped experience. Clean routing Orbea Gain pricing You can read more at BikeRadar.com

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