With an ultra-low step frame and three sizes (including an extra small to fit shorter riders), IZIP's E3 Vibe Plus is one of the most comfortable electric bike around! The lively aluminum frame with a back-saving, relaxed geometry, keeps you in a casual, upright position. A Currie Electro-Drive centerdrive motor and an easy to remove and charge 48V rack mounted battery, makes this the ideal bike for zooming around town and along bike paths. Multiple levels of pedal assist and an optional boost button for an instant boost of power allow you to ride at your own pace. Get out there and explore with the E3 Vibe Plus!
|Fork||Chromoly oversize, rigid|
|Motor Specs||Currie Electro-Drive Centerdrive 350W|
|Drive System||Currie Electro-Drive System|
|Battery Type/Weight||Lithium-ion 48V8.8Ah 422Wh|
|Range on Full Charge||16 mi (26 km) to 35 mi (56 km)|
|Max. Assisted Speed||20 mph (32 kph)|
|Handlebars||Promax 25.4, 630mmx55mm rise|
|Bicycle Drivetrain||Microshift/Shimano Altus, 7-speed, 42T|
|Wheels||Weinmann XTB26 doublewall|
|Tires||Kenda Khan 26x1.95"|
|Brakes||Tektro linear pull|
|Accessories & Extras||Kickstand|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Red / Medium||00791964513629||16-16-6092||VIB428782766|
|Red / X-Small||00791964513582||16-16-6090||VIB4256716|
|Red / Small||00791964513605||16-16-6091||VIB424267726|
|Silver / Medium||00791964538288||16-17-6198||VIB428169776|
|Silver / X-Small||00791964538189||16-17-6194||VIB428460856|
|Silver / Small||00791964538240||16-17-6196||VIB425314556|
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I am 74 years of age with a bad knee, even after surgery. Having been a recreational rider for many years I was on the verge of having to give up cycling with my wife and friends. It was somewhat depressing. I can now ride and keep up with the group and can get as much cardio excercise as my knee will allow, just dial up how much assist you want of need. All of the decent e bikes are expensive, buy for me it was money well spent. Certainly better than having to give up cycling.