Thanks to the relaunch decree, you can access a bonus of up to 500 euros and 60% of the price paid: here are five models to fully use it
What are the best low cost electric bikes to bet on to take advantage of the mobility bonus? As is well known, a contribution that can be reached can be accessed up to 500 euros which goes to cover the 60% of the total of the purchase of the vehicle, as provided in the relaunch decree. The bonus is also payable for scooters (here are five to consider) as well as for segways and hoverboards and is aimed at every adult resident of municipalities over 50,000 inhabitants.
The proposal of MoovWay focuses on the single-beam frame in iron alloy and mounts an engine above the average of the segment, with 350 watts that allows to reach the maximum speed of 25 km / h powered by a 6 Ah and 36 volt battery that recharges in about 3 hours . The picture is completed by a bright LED lighthouse, LCD screen and 14-inch wheels. It weighs 19 kg and holds up to 120. It costs 429.99 euros.
Nilox Doc X2 Plus
Nilox Doc X2 Plus it is a compact and foldable model with 16-inch wheels and a 250-watt engine powered by a 36 volt (4.4 Ah) battery that recharges in three hours. It can reach a maximum speed of 25 km / h, weighs 18 kg (and holds up to 95 kg) and when folded measures just 72 cm. It has its smartphone app that can be connected via bluetooth. It costs 499 euros.
Fiido D2 is another foldable and compact model that can reach the maximum speed allowed, that is 25 km / h. Made of aluminum alloy, it mounts 16-inch wheels and is driven by a 250-watt motor powered by a 7.8 Ah battery that recharges in 5 hours. It weighs 19 kg but holds up to 120 kg. It uses shockproof tires designed for long life and includes support for the smartphone on the handlebar. It costs 649.99 euros.
Momo Design New York 16
The folding electric bike New York 16 by Momo Design places the battery under the saddle, weighs just under 15 kg and can hold up to one quintal. She also reaches a speed of 25km / h, putting an autonomy of 50 km on the plate thanks to the 36 volt and 6.4 Ah lithium battery that pushes the 230 watt engine. The wheels are 16 inches, the aluminum frame. It costs 599 euros.
Decathlon Elops 500
Finally, the city solution of Decathlon or the entry model Elops 500 what it costs 699 euros, offering a 250 watt motor mounted on the rear wheel with a 25 volt and 8.8 Ah battery for up to 45 km of autonomy, service LCD screen and steel frame. The wheels are 28 inches, the weight of 25.65 kg.
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