vanMoof Electrified S: too smart for rain, thieves, and keys

May 30, 2016 | 16:00
vanMoof Electrified S:  too smart for rain, thieves, and keys
vanMoof Electrified S: too smart for rain, thieves, and keys
No greater bicycle-per-capita rate than in Holland. The Electrified S from Dutch bike manufacturer vanMoof, is claimed to revolutionize a category so often known for its noisy engines, heavy frames and bad design. Electric-assist bikes, when designed right, can be a game-changer for getting more people out of cars and onto bikes, in cities that come with big hills, hot climates, and longer commuting distances.

We agree with VanMoof’s enigmatic frontman Taco Carlier that “just because it's an electric bike, doesn't mean it has to look (or feel) like one. At 18.4 kg the Electrified S is one of the lightest electric bikes out there, and because we've tucked all the tech into the bike no one will even know you're riding an electric. The powerful 250-W motor is built into the front-wheel hub and will boost your ride by up to 500%. The lightweight battery will take you up to 120 km on a single charge.”
 
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