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Benno Bikes RemiDemi
$4,799.99
REMIDEMI. READY. CLEVER. BOLD! ebikes are less bikes and more two-wheeled electrical vehicles. That means they will continue to take on their own looks, identity and most importantly their own purpose. The electric motor changes how bikes ride, what you can do with them and what they are allowed to look like. Fat, small tires are no longer slow and hard to ride; they are fun, grippy and offer lots of cushy suspension. Low step through frames are cool and convenient. High handlebars allow you to sit upright with a clear view of the road. Bigger saddles are comfy and make you want to ride further. The RemiDemi was designed to shed those old and outdated beliefs. It's a totally new breed of ebikes with a fun yet sturdy and stable ride that gives you more control. The unique and iconic lines of the pragmatic frame design give it a fresh yet timeless and simple look. And of course being a Benno it has our trademarked Etility® Design which means it can carry more cargo and can easily be accessorized with different Benno front trays, Yepp® child seats and most Racktime® baskets, trays and bags.
Benno Bikes Boost E CX Step-Through
$6,499.99
BOOST E. STRONG. VERSATILE. ADVENTUROUS. Challenging environments and heavy loads are no match for the uncompromising and award-winning Boost E. This compact and extremely sturdy Etility® bike is always ready for the next adventure – close to home or far from civilization. The rigid aluminum frame and big 24” x 2.6” custom tires combine with the Bosch Performance Line/CX/Speed Electric motor to provide a powerful, yet composed ride. The unique upright riding position and ergonomic handlebar design lets you ride with purpose without sacrificing comfort and maneuverability. And a smart, interchangeable rack and rail system lets you pick and choose from dozens of possible configurations to suit the mission. Capability meets versatility to make the Boost E the choice of professional rescue teams, adventurists, bike couriers and everyday suburban explorers.
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