Propella, a Seattle-based startup are raising fund for their electric bike. Using its 250W rear hub motor and 36V 6.6Ah battery, the ebike provides a comfortable riding experience.
This is a lightweight, solid and stylish electric bike that comes in three sizes for different riders. As shown in the images, the ebike shows off a sleek and minimal design, and multiple optional rim colors add some personalized design elements to the ebike.
The electric bike has an aluminum alloy frame and high tensile steel for a lightweight and durable construction, and its maintanance-free 250W rear hub motor delivers 20 mph top speed. Meanwhile, the detachable Samsung 36V 6.6Ah rechargeable battery allows you to ride up to 28 mile, and an extra USB port makes the battery serve as a power bank to charge your mobile device.
The Propella electric bike features an integrated throttle on the handlebar. When pushing down on the throttle, you can get more help from the motor. Moreover, it also has built-in petal-assist with 5 levels of assist. You can switch the level via the LCD display on the handlebar, which provides suitable power for your riding. In addition, its all-weather heavy-duty brake pads ensure your safety when you ride on the road.
The Propella electric bike has been available for preorder via Indiegogo. You can pledge $699 to own a Propella single-speed ebike (extra $50 for a 6-speed gear option). The ebike will be shipped in August this year. BTW, also don’t miss the C1 LIMITED electric bike and more related cool stuff by following tags.