Trek District +1 400wh Midstep 2020 Electric Hybrid Bike – Grey

£2,000.00

SKU: SK-91744102350 Categories: , ,

About the Trek District 1District+ 1 Midstep is a dependable electric bike built to make getting around your city super fun and easy. It has low-maintenance internal gearing, a reliable Bosch e-bike system and hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power. Plus, it comes with all the utility features you need for daily rides, like mudguards, lights and a rear rack. You rely on your bike most days for getting around town. You want to upgrade to a powerful, reliable and low-maintenance e-bike with all the essential utility features that make daily riding a breeze. A sleek Alpha Smooth Aluminium frame with a midstep geometry and internal cable routing, a Bosch Active Line (250 W, 40 Nm) motor that helps you sustain speeds up to 25 km/h, a 400 Wh, battery, and a Purion controller. A dependable and low-maintenance Shimano Nexus 7-speed internal drivetrain, powerful hydraulic disc brakes, extra wide 50 c tyres for more stability and ergonomic grips. Plus, utility features like mudguards, lights, a rear rack, kickstand and a one-key solution for your battery and the included U-lock. District+ 1 Midstep is a dependable electric city bike with a reliable and powerful Bosch pedal-assist system. It comes with a low-maintenance drivetrain and everything you need for daily riding so you can focus on having a blast on your bike. Key Features Alpha Aluminium Frame for stiff but light construction Alloy Fork for durability across different environments Shimano Nexus 7 Speed Drivetrain delivers personalized gear choices that take you as far and wide as you want to go Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes for reliability and consistency you can count on Schwalbe Big Apple 700 x 50c Tyres offer you great traction, fast rolling and durable construction Bosch Active Line with 400Wh Battery Electric Bike System enables you to experience pure riding enjoyment with gentle support up to 25 km/h About Trek Trek Bikes began in 1976, and their mission was simple: Build the best bikes