Extra Energy All the energy you need, neatly tucked in the frame, 650 Watt Hours = lots of miles of carefree riding
Rubber Side Down! A stable, balanced ride due to slighter wider tires, and that hunk of energy-dense battery placed just where it needs to be, inside the downtube. The low standover frame means you’ll be more balanced when getting on and off your bike.
Sensible Assist Brose ebike systems are quiet and have a natural pedal feel with ample torque (Torque is that forward push of energy you feel when you start from a stop or climb a hill on an ebike. You’ll know it when you feel it!)
Easy to See Display Large and easily readable at a glance, this display is great for folks who don’t want to have to stop riding just to check the metrics.
Upright, not uptight This bike is designed for us to sit comfortably, with a relaxed, straight back sitting position, with no pressure on your wrists and hands. It’s an age-old formula for successful daily city riding while avoiding the dreaded condition.
Simple, forgiving shifting The Lacuba has a twist-style shifter for gentle and easy movement, with a gear indicator that can be clearly read. It can also be shifted at a complete stop, which is helpful if you come to a stop at the bottom of a hill. No problem - just twist the shifter into an easy hear, turn up the assist and go!
|MOTOR||Brose T (Trekking)|
|FRAME STYLE||Wave or Step-Thru|
|FORK(S)||SR Suntour NCX-E LO Air 63mm|
|CONSOLE||BULLS CI, Removable, Adjustable Angle, Backlit Greyscale LCD Display w/Eco, Tour, Sport, Turbo pedal assist|
|SADDLE||Selle Royal Look-in Moderate|
|BRAKES||Shimano BR-M315, hydraulic disc brakes 180/160mm|
|FRONT HUB||Shimano HB-M3050QR / Shimano Nexus|
|TIRES||Schwalbe Big Apple K-guard 50-622 , 700C x 2.00|
|REAR DERAILLEUR||Shimano Nexus SG-C6001-8D|
|SHIFTER||Shimano Nexus SG-C6000, 8-speed|
|CASSETTE||Shimano Nexus 22T|
|RACK||Carrymore Bolt-On Rear Rack with i-Rack Interface and Pannier Blocker and Spring Latch (25 kg, 55 lb Max Load)|
|NOTE||specifications subject to change, errors, and omissions|