There’s apparently no sign of the electric bicycle market becoming saturated anytime soon, as newer and more sophisticated models keep cropping up on what seems like a weekly basis.
The latest such eBike to emerge on-scene, is the German-built Klever X, which given its simple, minimalist design, appears to have the urban cyclist dead in its sights.
What differentiates the Klever X from other eBikes, is the fact that the frame is built around the company’s exclusive BIACTRON rear drive system, which they say offers unsurpassed direct-drive simplicity that’s quieter and more powerful than most centralized drive-systems.
In addition, an integrated, centrally located battery further defines the Klever X’s simple “loop frame” aesthetics, which ergonomically lends itself to both male and female riders.
Additionally, the Klever X is equipped with a Bluetooth-enabled LCD display and app, which lets riders manage customized ride profiles and connect with their iPhones.
Another interesting feature of the Klever X, is its electronic anti-theft function, which facilitates the locking and unlocking of the bike via a digital passcode, that also capable of sounding an alarm in the case of theft.
The Klever X is available in four models, which range in price based on component and equipment choice.
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