Decathlon has launched the Elops LD500E, an electric bicycle. This electric cycle claims to give a range of 115 km on a single charge. It is available in two sizes, which include S and M. It weighs 23 kg and is made of 6061 aluminum frame. It gets a 250W power motor.
of the Decathlon Elops LD500E worth €1,649 (approximately Rs 1.32 lakh). At this price, electric scooters like Ola S1 Pro, Bajaj Chetak Electric, TVS iQube, Ather 450 etc. are sold in India. However, one of the specialties in electric bicycles is that it also comes with pedals, through which you can ride these cycles in a traditional way, which is also good for health.
This electric bicycle There are two sizes available. For riders that are 1.55 to 1.74 meters tall, there is a low frame model that includes sizes up to S and M. At the same time, for riders taller than 1.65 to 1.95 meters, there is a high-frame variant available in M size.
Decathlon Elops LD500E electric bicycle It can prove to be good for city as well as long rides, as the company claims that it can give a range of up to 115 km in a single charge. The frame of the bike is made of 6061 aluminum and its weight is 23 kg. It also gets an LCD display on the handlebar, which shows important details like speed and battery status. In addition, it includes three power levels or walk assistance modes, which the rider can select from the display itself.
electric bicycle It has a battery pack of 504Wh, which can be fully charged in about 7 hours. It gets a 250W power motor, which is equipped with a 1×8 speed transmission and bottom bracket and torque sensor. This motor can generate power up to 45 Nm.