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Trek Verve+ 2 Lowstep
$2,499.99
Verve+ 2 Lowstep is an electric hybrid bike that will help you get out and ride more. Your daily cruises, commutes, and workouts will all get a boost from the reliable Bosch pedal-assist system that sustains speeds of up to 20 mph. Plus, this e-bike is equipped with parts that put your comfort and safety first, like a road-smoothing suspension seatpost, wide, stable tires, and front and rear lights. It's right for you if... You want to do more by bike and have more fun on every ride. You know the extra boost of an e-bike will help you see more and go farther, and you're looking for one that's comfortable, built to last, and equipped with the latest e-bike technology. The tech you get A lightweight Alpha Gold Aluminum frame, a 250-watt Bosch Active Line motor capable of sustaining speeds up to 20 mph, a PowerPack 400Wh battery, and a handlebar-mounted Bosch Purion controller. Plus, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power, a road-smoothing suspension seatpost, wide 45c puncture-resistant tires for extra stability, ergonomic grips, a kickstand, front and rear lights, and a rack and fenders. The final word Verve+ 2's powerful pedal-assist system opens up a world of possibilities. You can adventure longer, commute quicker, and climb hills more easily. The extra boost makes riding your bike even more exciting and enjoyable, and quality components and comfort features make going farther and faster more fun than ever. Why you'll love it - Electric bikes amplify your power so you can enjoy the best parts of riding even more - The 250-watt Bosch Active Line motor helps you sustain speeds up to 20 mph - This bike gets you outside more and helps you make the most of every commute, cruise, and workout - It comes equipped with lights, fenders, and a rear rack so you're ready to ride right from the start
Trek Allant+ 8S
$4,299.99
Allant+ 8S is a performance e-bike built for riders who want to go far and go fast. The super-powerful Bosch Performance Speed motor and extra long-lasting battery are perfect for long-distance commuters and avid e-bike riders. It also has thoughtful design features created specifically for people who prefer riding their bike over driving their car. And, your smartphone doubles as your controller, so you can use it for directions, music, and more. It's right for you if... You’re an avid bike commuter or dedicated e-bike user who’s hoping to cut down—or even cut out—your car use. You want a fast, top-of-the-line speed e-bike that can simplify your life and invigorate your daily routine. The tech you get A sleek, high-performance hydroformed aluminum frame that fully encases a 625Wh battery—the longest-range Bosch offers—an ultra-powerful Bosch Performance Speed 350w drive system that helps you sustain speeds of up to 28 mph, and a SmartphoneHub controller that can be used with or without your phone. Plus, a 10-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain, powerful 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power, a Lync front and rear lighting system, fenders, and a rear rack. The final word You’re going places, and you wanna get there super fast. This bike features Bosch’s speediest motor and longest-range battery making it great for long-distance commuters. Why you'll love it - The Bosch Performance Speed motor and Bosch's longest-range battery let you ride farther, faster - Download the COBI.Bike app and your phone becomes an on-board computer. Attach it to SmartphoneHub to charge, make or take calls, listen to music, get turn-by-turn directions, and more - Trek's Removable Integrated Battery (RIB) system looks great and is super user-friendly: it fully hides the battery in the frame and makes it easy to remove the battery without tools - It comes ready to roll with fenders, a rack, and a Lync integrated lighting system that runs off the bike's battery and turns on automatically - Compatible with Range Boost—an additional battery that can double your e-bike’s range so you can ride longer, commute farther, and take on bigger adventures
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