The manufacturer Envo is entering the utility electric bike market. With the D50 and ST50, it offers two bikes that can carry up to 180 kilograms thanks to a 750 watt motor.
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The Canadian company Envo is known for electric micromobility, and unveiled a modular vehicle at the end of last year. This time, the manufacturer has just launched two new models electric bikes, described as “ SUVSUV des e-bikes ».
The D50 and ST50 are built with a frame solidsolid and light in alloyalloy d’aluminiumaluminium hydroformed, and are distinguished by the presence or absence of the horizontal tube. Otherwise, they are identical and equipped with a 750 engine wattswatts which allows them to reach 45 km/h. They weigh 28 kilogramskilograms and are equipped with a 672 Wh battery, which gives them a range of up to 150 kilometers in PAS1 assistance mode.
Bikes that can carry up to 180 kilograms
The advantage of these bikes is the ability to transport heavy loads. Envo lists a maximum capacity of 180 kilograms including the driver. This is more than enough to transport shopping or equipment. According to the manufacturer, it can even carry a second passenger on a 15% slope. The bikes are available in two sizes, and are suitable for people between 1.52 and 1.98 meters tall.
Bikes can be set to class 1, 2 or 3 to match local regulations. However, these are American classifications, which authorize a vitessevitesse maximum speed of 32 km/h in class 1. Of course, we go beyond the category of electrically assisted bicycle (VAE) in France, which is limited to 25 km/h and a power of 250 watts. Envo bikes fall into the category of speed bikes, which are considered mopeds. It will therefore be necessary to register and insure it, and have at least an AM license for those born after 1987. The D50 and ST50 are priced from 2,679 Canadian dollars, or 1,848 euros.
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