Shimano Steps E6100 e-bike review

Peter Stuart Friday, September 7, 2018 - 16:23 Shimano hopes to dominate the ever growing e-bike market, we take a ride around London to test the system E-bikes seem set to dominate the earth – being light, accessible, minimum impact and minimum effort for the rider. In many countries on the continent, e-bike sales now rival those of normal bikes. Unsurprisingly, Shimano wants to be on top of the sector. The Shimano STEPS (Shimano Total Electric Power System) was first introduced in 2013 as a complete transmission and e-bike power solution, and the E6100 is the latest iteration. As with much of Shimano’s most innovative road racing technology, the current focus is on urban and hybrid riding. It has a similar essential design to Bosch’s crank-drive system, however Shimano has developed some thoughtful features and boasts some impressive stats. Image 3 of 8 Image 3 of 8 See related Vuelta ...

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