The two best electric bikes in the world, the Rebel Hybrid AL E and the Rebel CGR AL, are now available with step-through frames, making them more practical for city riders who want to get into their regular wardrobe, and weekend riders who want to. More comfortable option.
The new step-through designs will also be useful for riders who find it difficult to get their feet on the standard top tube. This is a real advantage for anyone interested in using an e-bike as a polite re-introduction to cycling due to age or injury.
“The popularity of cycling has led more and more people to discover the benefits and pleasures of cycling over the past decade,” said Andy Smallwood, CEO of Rebel.
“Lifelong cyclists like me who think of going cycling,” we’ve added a new e-bike step by model in the existing world class range to provide everyone with even more choice. “
Road, gravel or trail
The Hybrid AL E has a typical hybrid design with wide, flat handlebars, suitable for both road and gentle trail action. It offers easy rides, and in your review, we enjoyed using it.
CGR AL E (cross, gravel, .bha for roads) has handlebars and static geometry to face any terrain. However, the standard tire is fairly simple, if you are thinking of a straight ride, you can customize it with something boring in Rebels Bike Builder (the frame provides plenty of clearance for mud-coated MTB tires).
Both can easily be mistaken for regular push-bikes at first glance due to their skillfully concealed batteries and small mahal eBikeMotion drive unit. Their motors are quiet, but with a range of support levels, with a variety of support levels that you can adapt to terrain and manage power use on long rides, give impressive impetus to your paddling.
They are also surprisingly light, with standard spec hybrid AL weighing only 13.1 kg, and tipping scales weighing CGR AL and 13.8 kg. This is coupled with the position of the batteries in the downtub instead of the seat tube, which makes them more shoulder-carrying and practical than other e-bikes.
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