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The ENGWE P26 electric bicycle is a fully welded frame bike with a built-in electric motor, battery, and throttle. The drive train is 7-gear, assisted by a 500 Watt motor with a peak output of 800 Watts. An electric bike can be your best choice for green commuting with environmental protection and zero-emission.
It is a great all-rounder: it's comfortable, is great in the city, is solid on trails, it has a really solid range (~27 miles on a charge with full assistance), it's easy to use and… it looks cool. If you're looking to cut down on car journeys to save money and get fit, you should absolutely consider the Engwe P26.Electric Scooter Insider
The ENGWE P26 is well made and offers good ergonomics thanks to the variable stem. The metal mudguards are high-quality and a suitable luggage rack is already pre-assembled.
The ENGWE P26 was designed primarily for flat roads. The 250 watt motor quickly runs out of breath on inclines. From a top speed of 25 km/h, the electric motor switches off in accordance with EU regulations. Due to the high gear ratio, you can then continue with pedal power. ENGWE specifies the range of the battery as up to 100 km. In my opinion, this is too optimistic a value, which is why you should rather calculate with a range of approx. 60 km. All in all, the ENGWE P26 is a very well-equipped city e-bike at a fair price.ebikechoices.com
One of the most significant drawbacks of budget electric city bikes is they’re usually lacking in the range department. Enter the new Engwe P26, which rocks an impressive 612Wh battery and has all the features you would generally associate with this class of e-bike.The Verge
ENGWE P26 Review – "Legal" commuter e-bike / More and more commuters opt for bicycles. This trend has not gone unnoticed by the e-bike manufacturer ENGWE, who have launched the ENGWE P26, an e-bike specially designed for the urban jungle. The 26″ electric bike is equipped, among other things, with a 250-watt hub motor, a Shimano Tourney 7-speed gear system and a 612 Wh battery for the longest possible distance.ELECTREK