Basic plan and exemplary style — the Linus Ero 500 is exactly what you need in an e-bicycle without anything to over-entangle the ride. Regardless of whether pedal-helped or completely electric, the Ero‘s 500-watt center point engine makes 37 lb-ft of moment force for paces of up to 20 MPH. A removable, semi-coordinated battery is useful for up to 40 miles of reach and can revive rapidly while you’re at your objective. Stuff changes come civility of a Shimano Altus eight-speed derailleur and Rapid Fire shifter, while Tektro mechanical circle brakes giving the halting force. The Ero is accessible to arrange now and comes in two sizes to fit any rider. Click here for more info.