Electric bicycles have become an ideal solution for urban commutingeven more so at a time when the private car is encountering more and more difficulties, especially in the center of large cities, such as the restrictions imposed by the new Low Emission Zones or the high price of fuel.
With the rise of these new forms of mobility, products such as electric scooters or electric bicycles have emerged, which, as in this case, are increasingly accessible. Decathlon’s cheapest electric touring bike is available for €799.99reduced €100, and it is the Elops ebike 120 model, a frame designed for urban trips and essentially thought of comfort and practicality.
This electric bicycle has a low frame, one size fits all – for recommended heights between 1.6 and 1.9 meters – 313 Wh battery, 35 Nm assistance and up to 25 km/h and a battery range between 20 and 50 km/h .
Decathlon’s cheapest electric bike is on sale at €100 and is currently available for €799.99
Decathlon’s cheapest electric city bike
As we told you, This electric bike is available in one size and in black.. It comes equipped with front and rear lighting, luggage rack and a removable 313 Wh battery with security key. The luggage rack is compatible with a baby seat up to 27 kilograms.
The electrical assistance is up to 35 Nm and allows driving up to 25 km/h, with three modes of use: Economic up to 15 km/h, Normal up to 22 km/h and Sport up to 25 km/h. Autonomies estimated by the manufacturer range between 50 and 20 km/h depending on the mode used and, of course, the weight of the user and the load transported, and the orography. The bike has a total weight, including pedals and battery, of 25.9 kilograms. The weight of the battery is 2.24 kilograms and that of the frame, made of steel, 7.2 kilograms.
It has a steel fork, 28″ wheels, Dutch-style handlebars, TEKTRO V-Brake type brakes, single chainring, B’Twin 6-speed gearbox and Shimano TZ500-6 sprockets, to facilitate its use on slopes.
Decathlon’s cheapest folding electric bike starts at €699.99 and the city bike with a horizontal top tube frame starts at €899
As we told you, The Elops ebike 120 is Decathlon’s cheapest electric touring bike, with a regular price of €899.99 and now reduced to €799.99. However, the Decathlon range also has an electric folding bike for €699.99the Tilt 500. And there is also an electric city bikewith a horizontal top tube frame, the NCM C5, with a usual price of €1,099 and reduced up to €899.