"ZEHUS BROMPTON” E-BIKE
* Optional GEN2 remote available separately at the bottom of our homepage
For commuting, socialising, escaping and everything in between. Feel unstoppable
An electric folding bike you can take anywhere with you. Fly up hills. See more. Do more. And arrive fresh and on time, every time. Charge. Unfold. Go. One of the lightest and most advanced electric bikes on the market
Black frame, S-type bars
Mudguards not included
No noticeable resistance with assist turned off.
Upgradable to future versions of the e-motor
Easy to convert into a conventional push bike
All the needed components in a tiny and elegant rear bike hub. Brushless motor, batteries, electronics and sensors. Everything stays within 180 mm diameter and 120 mm width. With a battery capacity of 173 Wh and a weight of just 3 kg our all in one hub has the highest energy/weight ratio on the market.
Brake regen for maximum efficiency.
Bluetooth connectivity allows you to connect your smartphone* (iOS and android supported) to your Zehus device to select your favourite power mode, manage your trip data and even lock the bike. Thanks to the bitride app, your smartphone acts also as a gateway throughout the bitride community, allowing you to access to services such as online diagnosis, bike-oriented navigation, mobility stats and other social functions (e.g. find a stolen bike).
Schlumpf Mountain Drive Internal Gearbox makes you gain a very low additional gear upfront, which enables you to climb even the most extreme inclines easily.
The extremely flat planetary gearbox shrinks the gear ratio by a huge factor of 2.5. Shifting while standing still or under heavy load on a mountain road is not a problem; a simple kick with your heel and the fun can start.
Push on the right crank-arm to shift down, push on the left one to shift back into direct drive. No cables, no shifters.
Symmetrical clutch allows full torque in both directions, both forward and back-pedalling, making it compatible with coaster brakes and fixed gear bikes without a rear brake.
More on our ‘Technologies’ page