Rear brushless wheel motor: 36 volts, 250 Watt MAX (weight: 2.95 kg).
It has an engine torque up to 35 Nm. This value allows you to assess the ease with which the bike can tackle certain obstacles (a climb, for example)
The engine is also linked to a cadence sensor that provides electrical assistance based on your pedalling motion.
An LCD control screen to the left of the handlebar lets you choose one of the 3 assistance levels without letting go of the handlebar:
Off Mode - Deactivated (the battery is not used).
Mode 1 - Economy:
assists up to 15km/h;
Mode 2 - Normal: assists up to 22km/h;
Mode 3 - Sport: assists up to 25km/h;
Walk mode: provides assistance when you're pushing your bike (up to 6 km/h).
Other screen features
Remaining battery life (percentage).
Total distance (ODO),
Today's distance (TRIP: reset it by holding down the "-" button for several seconds)
Distance that can be covered with the remaining battery life based on the mode being used (TRIP TO GO).
You can also turn the lights on, which will activate the screen's backlighting.
There's a USB port under the screen to keep your smartphone or power pack topped up.
Very reliable 36V 11.6Ah lithium-ion cells from LG/Samsung with a 417Wh capacity.
Lockable battery (supplied with two keys).
The battery is also removable for recharging (at the office, for example).
Please note: the battery should be locked when riding to keep it in its housing and prevent accidental disconnection.
Weight: 2.64 kg
A 417Wh capacity battery with a minimum range of 40 km (mode 3 - High) and up to 70 km max (mode 1 - Eco).
The battery ranges are an example only and are based on a person weighing 70 kg riding on a relatively flat route.
NB: Battery range may vary depending on the weight being transported (user weight + weight of bags), the gradient (uphill) and the weather conditions (low temperatures reduce battery life).
Lightweight dynamic 6061 aluminium frame.
Available in a low frame, which is easier for both men and women to step through, and in a high frame.
Frame weight: Between 4.3 kg and 4.4 kg depending on the size and type of frame.
Navy blue paint colour and matte finish.
Suntour Nex aluminium recreational suspension fork model with 63 mm travel to absorb bumps in the road and keep you more comfortable as you ride.
Front and rear mechanical disk brakes (cable actuated) for more efficient braking in dry or wet conditions.
Aluminium brake levers.
Reference for semi-metallic replacement pads: Auriga Tektro brake pads (reference number: 8325111)
Handlebar / stem / steering
Aluminium Dutch-type handlebar and damper stem (diameter: 25.4 mm / 1 1/8") that can be moved up or down for a more comfortable, upright back position.
Grips with connectors for attaching Vioo Clip lights to make you visible from the sides when riding.
Aluminium seat post (diam. 28.6 mm).
Wide saddle whose foam padding varies in hardness based on the pressure points between your bum and the saddle. Adjustable clamp so you can optimise the saddle position.
Lockable seat clamp (diameter: 34.9 mm) so opportunist thieves can't steal your saddle / seat post.
AXA LED battery-powered front and rear lights that need your control screen to be on. Front light built into the frame and back light built into the rear mudguard to stop it getting broken.
20 LUX lights.
Can be seen from 150m at the rear, and illuminates 30m at the front.
Rear reflector built into the pannier rack.
Drivetrain / Pedals
42-tooth single chainring bottom bracket, 170 mm aluminium crank arms, 7-speed screed derailleur with grip shifter. 7-speed 14x28 Shimano TZ500-7 freewheel, KMC Z7 RB anti-rust chain with 114 links.
Development: from 3.21 m to 6.42 m.
Resin city pedals that are lighter than aluminium and more comfortable while pedalling.
28" (700) double-walled reinforced aluminium front and rear tyres, 36 spokes.
Why have we chosen this wheel size? So that our users can enjoy a more comfortable experience and the ride quality that this wheel size offers. The front and rear wheels are tightened with bolts to deter theft.
Rear wheel axle diameter: 12 mm
Front wheel axle diameter: 9 mm
CST 700x40 low-pressure tyres to smooth out bumps along the road and keep you more comfortable as you ride.
Puncture-proof protection built-into the tyre tread and a reflective band to increase visibility.
The Schrader valves make the tyres easier to inflate, even at a garage. The ideal pressure is between 3.5 and 4 bars. This optimises the battery life and prevents punctures.
Rear pannier rack, battery-powered front and rear lights, front and rear mudguard, side stand, chain guard.
Side stand that's screwed to the frame and specially chosen to support the weight of an e-bike, as well as keeping your bike more stable when parked.
Not designed to support the weight of a child seat and child when stationary.
The pannier rack can hold 27 kg, including a pannier-mounted child seat or any of our ELOPS bags.
The frame is equipped with inserts on the seat tube that can hold a folding lock and a Ringlock / rear wheel frame lock that stops the back wheel from turning when the bike is parked.
The handlebar is compatible with your 500 12L basket.
This bike has not been tested and approved for use with a trailer.
How does an e-bike work?
E-bikes assist your pedalling to limit fatigue and keep you from working up too much of a sweat. But for the motor to provide this assistance, you still need to pedal.
The motor powers you up to a maximum speed of 25 km/h and cuts out when you stop pedalling.
If you don't want to use the assistance, it can be turned off at any time so that you can ride as if you were on a normal bike.
Your e-bike has been tested for riding in the rain.
Which is the right size?
2 sizes available, with 2 frame shapes: high and low.
Size S / M:from 1.55 m to 1.75 m
Size L/XL: from 1.75 m to 1.95 m
If you're between sizes, the bigger size will give you a higher, more comfortable position.
(pedals and battery included):
Starting at 25.4 kg in size M.
This e-bike has been approved according to standard EN 15194 for a maximum weight of 150 kg (bike + user + load weight).
How to charge your e-bike
The removable, lockable battery can be charged at a mains socket either on the bike or off it. The bike comes with a charger for this purpose.
It takes 5 hours to fully charge a completely drained battery.
Maintenance / Storage
A Li-ion battery should ideally be charged regularly, before it gets completely drained.
If you aren't using your battery for an extended period, store it in "deep sleep" mode at 80% charge. Otherwise, charge it every 3 months.
To keep it at its best, store the battery in a warm, dry place (25°C).
Battery Transport / Recycling
In France, as part of our environmental policy, old batteries can be dropped off at your Decathlon store's workshop to be recycled by an approved body. The procedure and recycling provider varies from country to country.
Lithium-ion batteries are subject to special transport regulations (boats, planes).
A document for your battery, called an MSDS, can be requested from our Decathlon cycling teams.
Spare Part Availability
Electrical parts will be available for 10 years (motor, battery, electrical parts) or, if they're changed, they'll be backwards compatible.
1) Before performing any work on your e-bike (electrical or mechanical maintenance), you must turn off your bike and remove the battery. 2) Remember to service the drivetrain (clean and lubricate the chain).
3) Do not use a pressure washer.
It's recommended that you store the bike in a sheltered place or protect it with a cover.
It's also recommended that you remove the battery and store it at room temperature when you're not using it for an extended period, as explained in the instructions.
The marine environment (air, ocean spray) is extremely corrosive for mechanical and metallic parts, so it's strongly recommended that you regularly lubricate your bike's entire drivetrain and clean the positioning elements (handlebar, seat post, etc) with a damp cloth from time to time to remove any salt deposits that may accumulate.
Designed in Lille by a team of Engineers and Designers.
Assembled in Portugal.
A word from the team
"Electric bikes are an opportunity to ride around town without breaking a sweat, never being late, and carrying what you need. It allows your bike to be a true daily means of transportation in town. So leave your car in the garage and try a city bike: it's just amazing!