Dyson Bikes unveiled their New Hard Tail Mixte Electric Bike

Dyson Bikes unveiled their New Hard Tail Mixte Electric Bike
Dyson Bikes (Australia) – "Our brand new Hard Tail Mixte is built to the same high specifications of the Hard Tail Evo - however offers a lower top tube, smaller frame and slightly elevated handlebars for upright, comfort riding perfect for riders not quite tall enough for a full size bike. The Mixte's design retains the 'easy mount and dismount' of a traditional step through frame... the perfect bike for city or trail riding", explained the company.

Key Features:
  • 27.5-inch Alex rims and Sapim spokes (on rear) fitted with oversize Kenda tyres suitable for mixed surfaces, from paved roads to dirt tracks
  • Upright seating position with higher and wider handlebars
  • The high specification DAPU motor is quieter, stronger and is fitted with a Shimano cassette providing a crisper gear shift and reliability
  • You can charge portable devices on the go (such as your mobile or camera) using the USB charge port located in the LCD display
  • Our unique design better integrates the battery with the frame for a smoother, cleaner look. Packed with 50 high quality Panasonic 18650 cells you have the option of 11 or 15AH of reserve capacity - giving you well over 100km of range
  • With our custom software the bike has the ability to provide a wider range of assistance from the mild mannered performance of just 70 Watts in assist level 1 steadily building through to the hill flattening ability in level 6 - all at the push of a button. All modes provide assistance up to the legal limit of 27 kph
  • The other benefit of the ultra low power mode is extended running time, with a minimum of 7-hours riding time using assistance in level 1. Unbeatable

  • Battery: 11Ah or optional 15Ah 36-Volt Lithium-ion Panasonic Cells, Frame mounted lockable weight 3.4 and 3.6 kgs respectively
  • Range: Approximately 50-100km on the 11Ah or 70-150km with the 15Ah, ride for 7+ hours in assist level 1 with 15Ah battery
  • Charger: 2-amp C-tick approved, charge time approx. 6-8 hours from full battery discharge
  • Motor: DAPU High torque 250Watt motor
  • Assist Function: Pedal Assist
  • Display: Back lit LCD with USB Charging port, 7 levels of assist (0 no assist and 6 PAS levels), power meter, battery charge indicator, trip functions
  • Gears: 9 speed Shimano Alivio with Shimano HG cassette 11-32T, Single 46T Front Chain wheel
  • Wheels: Alex DP21 27.5” Double wall Alloy rims with Sapim Stainless steel spokes on rear, Kenda 2.1 Tyres, front quick release
  • Cadence Sensor: Enclosed type
  • Seat: Comfort seat, alloy adjustable 30.9mm x 350mm seat post with quick release clamp
  • Riser Handlebars and Stem: Alloy 680mm swept, 70mm stem
  • Front Forks: Suntour XCM 30, adjustable with lock out
  • Weight: 25 kgs including 11Ah battery (3.4kgs) or 25.2 kgs with 15Ah battery (3.6kgs)
  • Studs to mount fabric drink bottles near handlebars
  • Pedals: Alloy
  • Brakes: Tektro - 180mm disc rotor, cable operated with alloy levers featuring integrated power cut outs
  • Kick Stand: Heavy duty centre mount

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