DYU Ultralight Folding E-bike Bows
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DYU Ultralight Folding E-bike Bows


European bikemaker DYU has unveiled its latest product: the DYU T1 Electric Bike. This e-bike is meant to continue DYU’s legacy of creating innovative, high-quality rides.

The DYU T1 Electric Bike comes with a 250 W motor and 10 Ah battery that can give you a top speed of 15.5 mph and can go for up to 30 miles on a single charge. You get three riding modes: pedal assist, throttle, or pure pedal, depending on what sort of riding experience you’re looking for. It also uses torque sensor technology instead of speed sensing, giving you a smoother riding experience.

Contemporary e-bike riders want versatility in their rides, and the DYU T1 Electric Bike is following in that trend by making a lightweight and foldable bike. Its magnesium alloy frame weighs just 48 lbs, so it’d be easier to stuff in a car trunk or lug into your home. It also has a Shimano 7-speed shifter to get you through elevation changes throughout your city. Then there’s the step-through design, adjustable seat, and adjustable handlebar height that gives you more options to personalize your comfort for the ride. Further comfort features include the shock-absorbing 20-inch vacuum tires that are wear-resistant.

As for safety, the DYU T1 Electric Bike comes with front and rear mechanical disc brakes and a high-luminance LED headlight.

You can buy the DYU T1 Electric Bike on the dyucycle.com website for $899, with free shipping if you’re ordering within the U.S. The e-bike comes with a one-year warranty on the frame and battery.


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