Ampler Smart Electric Bike for Urban Commuters

With its smooth and lightweight design, Ampler smart electric bike makes you be a stylish urban commuter in the city. Sounds cool? Let’s keep going for more details about the ebike.

Ampler Smart Electric Bike

The Ampler is a well-designed, connected smart electric bike that comes in two models and multiple sizes for ladies and men including Hawk and Bilberry. The Ampler Hawk is designed with speed and agility, so it features a sport-style design along with a carbon racing fork and a reliable single-speed drivetrain, and it only weights 14kg (31 lbs). The Bilberry looks more like an elegant and comfortable town bike, and its aluminum frame delivers a sturdy and rust-proof construction. The ebike weights 17kg (37 lbs), so it’s also light enough to lift and carry.

Ampler Smart Electric Bike

Both Ampler ebikes come equipped with a 48V 250W rear hub motor, which delivers a top speed of 25km/h (15.5 mph) according to EN15194, but it’s capable of a top speed of 35km/h (21.7 mph), and its rechargeable battery has been integrated into its frame for a minimal look, and it offers an average range of 70km (43 mi) on a single charge.

Ampler Smart Electric Bike

Furthermore, as a smart electric bike, the Ampler features an integrated sensor torque sensor that constantly measures the torque you apply when you pedal, then the data can be passed on to the motor which applies the same amount of electric assist. In addition, the smart ebike wirelessly communicates with your smartphone, so you can use its app to adjust motor power, max assist speed and assist level.

The Ampler has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $2190/$1990 to preorder Ampler Hawk or Bilberry electric bike. Both models will be shipped in August this year. BTW, also don’t miss Flux electric bike and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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