The Ariel Rider M-Class Ebike is a compact, very affordable cargo ebike. As the company says, “M stands for Maximum performance at Mini dimensions with Max savings.” It is a very small bike that can be ridden by tall people, thanks to the fact that it is very highly adjustable. So you can achieve a great fit and not end up with sore knees or other body parts! At the same time, it will not take up much space in your home, or in the trunk of your car. The optional front basket and rear rack enable you to haul a lot of cargo on a tiny bike.
The Ariel Rider M-Class Ebike boasts a powerful 500 Watt mid-drive motor with 95 Nm torque. It also has hydraulic brakes, an internal hub gear, adjustable stem, and several accessories for bike commuting. The bike is purpose built to be an ebike, and uses torque sensing, which makes for a smooth, natural ebiking experience.
To find out more about this ebike, the best place to go is the excellent YouTube channel run by the Electric Bike Review. In the video below, you can see all the features of this ebike, and also meet a man who lost 130 pounds by riding this bike!
The Ariel Rider M-Class Ebike is not sold through stores. The company uses a direct sales model in order to offer the lowest possible price to customers. That goes a way towards explaining the price point of US$1,599 at time of publishing this post. Go take a look at these interesting cargo ebikes here.
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