Atala E Folding 313Wh folding electric bike

Atala E Folding 313Wh folding electric bike
Batterie 300Wh 300Wh

Disponibilité des pièces détachées : 5 years


1 299,00

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Atala, Italian cycling giant for over a century, is part of the Accell group (also owner of Haibike, Lapierre, Winora ...).

Atala offers bikes equipped by the usual engine manufacturers (Yamaha, Bosch, Shimano) but is also developing its own range of engines in partnership with Accell Group in Holland. The central engines AM80 (VTT) and AM80 Agile (VTC / City) are therefore reliable and efficient but less expensive than the competitors thanks to a short circuit distribution. Finally, Atala also offers a first price range called EcoLogic (in partnership with Bafang, world leader in electrical assistance)

Frame: foldable aluminum with battery inside the frame

Motor: Atala EcoLogic (manufactured by Bafang) on rear wheel, 250W, 35Nm, 25km / h

Screen: Atala A320 LED

Battery: Atala EcoLogic 313Wh, max autonomy 75km

Charger: Atala 2A (100% charge in 4h)

Fork: 20 "steel

Transmission: Shimano Tourney 7 speed

Shift lever: Shimano 7v

Cassette: Shimano freewheel 7V 14/28 teeth

Brakes: Promax V-Brake

Tires: 20 "x1.75

Rims: 20 "

Saddle: Royal Atala Ergonomic

Pedals: VP resin

Front lighting: LED controlled by the display

Dynamo: via system battery

Luggage rack: Atala

Mudguard: plastic

Weight: 20.00 kg

Permitted total weight: 120kg

Wheel Size: 20 "

Size: one size (33cm)

Our opinion: More efficient than the E Folding 6s, the E Folding offers an engine with more torque (35Nm peak), a battery with greater capacity (313Wh) and therefore greater autonomy

Warranties: 2 year manufacturer


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