At MediaMarkt you can currently a huge discount on a 27.5 inch e-mountain bike with 21 gears and hydraulic disc brakes. The Doc Green Devos has a brushless 250 watt rear wheel drive and a 504 Wh battery that gives you a range of 110 km. The mountain bike is not subject to insurance and conforms to the StVZO.
Get the e-mountain bike from MediaMarkt just in time for the bike season
Doc Green Devos: The e-mountain bike for men and women
This is not the first time MediaMarkt has offered an e-mountain bike. Previously, however, the manufacturer and the shop did not agree on the target group. Of course, anyone can use a mountain bike, whether man or woman. So it’s all the nicer to see a “unisex bike” on offer at MediaMarkt. Only the size could play a role in the question of whether the e-bike is suitable for someone. With 27.5 inch wheel size it should be usable for most people without any problems, but maybe my own body size is deceiving me.
The e-mountain bike has a powerful 36-volt electric motor that provides 250 watts of support. This means riders can effortlessly tackle steep climbs and complete long tours without breaking a sweat. The battery has a capacity of 504 Wh and can be increased depending on the period of use and the mode of the engine up to 110 kilometers range make possible.
Exercising in the fresh air is really good, regardless of whether you cycle to work or speed down off-road trails in your free time. And with this bike you get both the advantages of an e-bike and the sportiness of a mountain bike. Of course, a mountain bike at home on uphill and downhill slopesbut the off-road capability can also help you through potholes, over curbs and even up stairs for experienced drivers.
Get the e-mountain bike from MediaMarkt just in time for the start of the cycling season
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