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Calamus One Ultra-Drive E-Bike senses blind spots for you

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

The Calamus One Ultra-Drive E-Bike is an advanced type of electric bike that’ll make your morning commute a breeze. This fast-charging e-bike has Ultra-drive mid-motors from Bafang & Bofeili that will help you get that extra torque needed to climb any mountain. Plus, the Calamus One is efficient. On a single charge, this e-bike can travel up to 80 kilometers, or about fifty miles. That’s pretty incredible when you consider most e-bikes have significantly lower ranges. Additionally, it has a CDX carbon drive system supplied by Gates. This gives this electric bicycle superior responsiveness. Furthermore, this is a durable e-bike as it has a weatherproof computer and navigation touchscreen. On top of all this, this e-bike will sense blind-spots and warn you through the handle grips if there are any upcoming vehicles. Finally, the Calamus One’s custom-cast unibody frame and internal cabling makes it look incredible, too.

Editor's Quote
" Finally - truly practical and useful technology in an e-bike (in addition to incredible range). "
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Ashley Timms
Show Product Specs
Weight
46.2 lbs
Tires
Schwalbe Marathon GT
Pedals
Wellgo C211
Wireless Shifting
Shimano Di2
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