Riding with cargo is core to Surly's mission on this earth, whether you’re running a front rack and bag setup or a full-blown cargo bike and trailer. There are times, however, when even the strongest riders are limited in what they can haul, so Surly created Big Easy, their long-tail electric cargo bike. Consider it the 18-wheeler of the cargo bike world, minus the diesel fumes. When it comes to geometry, Big Easy rides and feels like a normal-length bike. It has increased stand-over height clearance and they threw in a dropper post to promote bike sharing across different-sized riders. So, whether you want to wave goodbye to the old family gas hog, upgrade your bike-supported business’s two-wheeled fleet, or simply haul more bowling balls during your daily commute, Big Easy makes doing all that, well, easy. - Full component set perfectly suited for electric cargo bikes, including four-piston Tektro brakes - Equipped with Bosch Performance CX, their most powerful drive unit - Capable of running dual batteries for extended range, if you’re into that. (All mounting hardware and wiring included.) - Damping headset provides smooth and stable handling characteristics under heavy loads - Condensed bike size range and dropper post routing to promote bike sharing and to accommodate more riders per frame size - Includes Bosch Standard 4A charger, wiring harness, and brackets for additional battery
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This e-bike was born from a desire to explore. The Raleigh Tamland iE electric bike handles smooth roads with speed and singletrack with confidence. Don’t be fooled by its sleek, integrated styling, because this extremely capable adventurer can handle just about anything. The 27.5-inch wheels with 47c tires offer the perfect balance road-taming traction and rolling efficiency. The artfully integrated battery stores 500 watts of energy for those long days in the saddle and powers the German made Brose mid-drive motor up to 28mph when you stomp on the pedals. If you can imagine a place to ride your bike, the Tamland iE will take you there.
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