EVELO Introduces 4 New Feature-Packed Electric Bike Models

EVELO Introduces 4 New Feature-Packed Electric Bike Models

Photo: The new EVELO Galaxy ST ebike.

Electric bikes, or ebikes, are the new hot thing to hustle around the campground in. Whether you need the extra help to ride, or want to lengthen the distance you can travel, electric bikes are a great alternative to golf carts, and a lot easier to take with you in an RV.

EVELO Electric Bicycles, one of the leading manufacturers of ebikes, has announced four new models are joining their lineup, including a trail bike, cruiser models, and a folding bike.  the “Delta,” the most powerful bike EVELO has ever offered, with a

The “Delta” mountain bike, with its 750-watt motor, is the most powerful bike EVELO has ever offered. Premium features like a RockShox Reba SL suspension fork, Tektro hydraulic brakes, tubeless-ready tires and a NuVinci N380 transmission promise to make the Delta a trail warrior.

The EVELO Galaxy is a stylish cruiser, available with swingover (ST) or top tube (TT) frames. With maintenance-free Gates belt drives, fully automated Nuvinci Harmony transmissions, the Galaxy models pack an impressive 50-mile range.

For space conscious travelers, the EVELO Quest is a full-featured folding ebike that easily stows away in a car trunk or RV. Evelo says this 38-pound compact model only takes 30 seconds to fold up, while still packing a powerful 250W motor.

(l-r) The new EVELO Galaxy, Quest, and Delta

“EVELO Electric Bicycles is thrilled to be doubling our lineup with new bikes that continue our tradition of innovative design merged with amazing customer-first features and support” said Boris Mordkovich, EVELO’s CEO. These new electric bicycles start at just $1,999 while coming with EVELO’s industry-leading 4-year / 20,000-mile warranty and acclaimed customer support.

More information on EVELO electric bicyles is available at evelo.com.

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