AMS

The AMS E-Low - the 3rd generation Biomega AMS/Amsterdam - bridges the heritage of several bikes from the Biomega portfolio, including Marc Newson’s SYD and both the NYC and OKO from the design collective: KiBiSi. Jens Martin Skibsted also stays true to Biomega’s design heritage in that the bike is well integrated and chainless; fitted with a carbon belt drive.

The Biomega AMS E-Low is a semi-monocoque pedelec that provides a smooth daily ride. Its mix of city bike features combined with moped physiognomy and power make it a sturdy and reliable companion for contemporary urban transport. Its low center of gravity allows for both easier entry and more comfortable cycling.

Developed for city dwellers and greater urbanites, the AMS E-low features a lightweight aluminum frame that provides an enjoyable commute. The latest Biomega AMS design offers the highest level of performance while genuinely accommodating busy urban and peri-urban lifestyles. The AMS is a lightweight and highly practical pedelec with an elegant twist.

DKK 14,990.00
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Specifications

The AMS E-Low - the 3rd generation Biomega AMS/Amsterdam - bridges the heritage of several bikes from the Biomega portfolio.


Technical Description

Frame

Biomega alloy low-step

frame and embossed logo


Fork

Biomega alloy fork

with integrated cables


Drivetrain

Gates carbon belt drive


Handlebar

Biomega aluminum riser handlebar


Saddle

Black with embossed logo


Front and rear brake

Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes


Gears

- Single speed

- Shimano nexus 7 gears


Tires

700C wheels with puncture-resistant tires - comfortable, easy grip with reflective stripes


Size

M (46cm), L (52cm)


Weight

24 kg

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Including 30 day free return in EU and 30 day money back guarantee

Biomega Support & Service

Up to 5 year warranty

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