Electric can look a bit, well, weird. Those big battery packs can be unsightly and eye-catching. Not the GTech. The carbon fibre belt drive that replaces the traditional bike chain will keep your trousers oil-free and an advanced computer constantly analyses what you’re doing to it knows when you need a boost, like on a hill, for instance. The battery, itself a classily designed element, has a clear display to show you how much charge is left. Compared to some of the bikes here, the eBike Sports is reasonably light, thanks to the aluminium frame. It’s also available with a step-through frame and a comfort saddle for the same price. It’s called the eBike City.
GTech eBike Sports
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