Rymic Infinity Lands on Indiegogo
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Rymic Infinity Lands on Indiegogo

Torque-sensing commuter ebike rides for 100 km per charge

We support the idea of making e-bikes more affordable for more riders, and Rymic is trying that with an Indiegogo launch.

The London/Hong Kong-based mobility startup is set to launch its Infinity 3 with the help of some Indiegogo perks that start at $1,099. 

It’s a lovely commuter bike that barely looks like an e-bike thanks to the stealthy downtube battery — which is 36 V/10.5 Ah that can last for up to 61 miles and take just under three hours to charge back up. The 250 W rear hub motor goes up to 20 mph on pedal assist with up to three modes in addition to walk assist.

What really makes this e-bike stand out, though, is the torque sensing, which is nearly unheard-of for e-bikes in this price range. It also weighs only 39.5 lbs, which isn’t too bad for an e-bike, and it has a max load capacity of 330 lbs. More features include the 6061 aluminum alloy frame that comes in two sizes, the Tektro mechanical disc brakes, an LCD display with power-on password protection, and a USB port for charging your mobile devices.

The Rymic Infinity 3 Starter Pack goes for $1,099 on Indiegogo, which is 30% off the eventual full retail price. There’s also the Daily Commute Pack that comes with an integrated lock and mudguards, all the way up to the All-in-One Commuter Pack, which also comes with a fast charger and extra removable battery. 

Production is already claimed to be underway, and shipping should start before the end of 2022. Check out the official launch video for yourself, below, then let us know what you think of the new Rymic e-bike in the comments.

Ride for a Greater Life with Rymic Infinity 3


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