In most cases, electric motor bikes.. stand out, since either way, they need a battery, and a transmission, so in this first phase of electric bikes, you have to give in. You have to accept that you’re either going to pedal uphill, OR you’re going to have a bike that looks like it’s been beaten to a pulp, and it’s all that’s left. Unless you buy one of the Bezior we have today.
The Bezior M2 are exactly the same, with the change being the color, so I’ll refer to the M1, but know that the same applies to the M2. So the new Bezior bike, at first glance, looks so much like a conventional Ebike, it’s a surprise, and with dimensions of 173 x 83 x 63CM, just looking at it, it won’t give away its electric nature.
Of course, if you try to lift it, you’ll immediately realize your mistake, since we’re talking about 25 kilos of stuff! The weight is partly due to the 12.5Ah battery and the 250W brushless motor that you’ll find on the rear wheel, since the Bezior M1 is a rear wheel drive.
This motor gives you two options, as it can work in assisted mode, which gives the wheels up to 80% of the power needed, with the rest having to come from your feet with the pedal, or in Riding mode, which means that you ride it like Gandalf the Hesperus, and let it drag you along. In assist mode, it has a range of up to 50 miles, with a top speed in a straight line of 25 mph.
It has a 5-speed Shimano system, and 27.5″ wheels, while on the handlebars, you’ll find an LCD screen that gives you all the basic data you might need, such as speed, distance, battery level, etc. The Bezior M1 can lift up to 120kg, and has a double front swingarm suspension for greater comfort on your rides.
As we said, the differences between the Bezior M1 and M2 are the color, since the M1 is black, and the M2… white. In both cases we have free shipping from Europe!