"Electric Stowaway” Zehus & Brake-Regen
*Optional GEN2 remote available separately
Less weight, no derailleurs = MORE FUN!
Born to be spontaneous. Skip the traffic and turn the city into a playground with the Stowaway – the lightweight folding bike for urban cycling and last-minute adventures. Whether you’re gliding through gridlock on your way to the office or heading out in your caravan for a week in the hills, this nifty bike is the ultimate space saver. It’s also exceptionally easy to carry, making it a breeze when climbing stairwells and hopping on and off buses. With a light aluminium frame and magnets to keep it locked shut, this folding bike is designed to be tucked away in tiny spaces – from flat cupboards and office hallways to caravans, car boots, and everywhere in between.
Perfect for commuting and leisure riding alike, the Stowaway isn’t just compact – it’s also a seriously good bike. With powerful alloy V-brakes and a comfy padded saddle, you’ll be just as ready to hit the trail as you will be to beat the rush hour. The 20” wheels are big enough for racing down hills and navigating city streets, but still small enough to be packed away in tight spaces. And for those dusky evening rides and early-morning starts, bright reflective graphics make sure you stay visible in the low light.
40 x 80 x 73 cm approx folded
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).
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