design consultancy firm skibsted collaborates with biomega, a premium urban bicycle brand, to introduce its the third generation AMS E-low bicycle — the first ever low-step electric bike the company has produced. biomega has extended its product portfolio to include its first low-step electric bicycle, the AMS E-low electric bike, which mixes moped power and configuration with a city bike for urban and peri-urban commutes.

the AMS E-low’s geometry holds the body in a slightly inclined, yet head-up position for navigational ease and exceptional balance



skibsted‘s 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. the low center of gravity allows for both easier entry and more comfortable cycling. developed for city dwellers and greater urbanites, the AMS features a lightweight aluminum frame that provides an enjoyable commute.

skibsted stays true to biomega’s design heritage in that the bike is well integrated and chainless; it is fitted with a carbon belt drive



AMS E-low specifications:


• step-through/low-step e-bike 

• alloy frame and fork 

• integrated battery pack in the down tube

• 250w motor 

• engine in the front wheel hub

• 700c wheels with wide tires—puncture-resistant and easy comfort and grip 

• hydraulic disc brakes

• maintenance free gates carbon belt drive

• battery: samsung 40-cell battery pack

• battery type: lithium-ion

• estimated range: 45km–65 km / 25 miles–40 miles

  • I would love to have a bicycle like this just for asking and it would be easier to get to places without depending on my neighbors for a ride. My car just passed recently.

    Robert says:

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