Fantastic e-bike ENGWE EP-2 Pro discounted to just $700


Popularity of the electric bikes is right now through the roof and with the spring finally coming it will get even higher. There is just something convenient in having the option of using the electric motor for some steep climb or one last push, when you are already tired. Such flexibility is bringing the biking even to the older generation or not as fit individuals, so overally helping in various ways. There are quite some interesting e-bikes to choose from, but today we bring you a really great deal for the ENGWE EP-2 Pro 2022 model.

About the company

ENGWE as a brand started with just three young enthusiast cyclists and the idea of an affordable electric bike. These days the company has hundreds of employees and an already wide range portfolio of e-bikes to offer. Their credo is to produce e-bikes with more advanced functionalities and hipper aesthetics while staying true to their original concept, consistently maintaining a beginner-friendly price and functional design.

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ENGWE EP-2 Pro 2022

But let’s take a look at the promo e-bike itself. It brings quite some power with 750W brushless motor, capable of providing up to 45 km/h max speed. And the massive 48V 13Ah battery can deliver a massive cruising range as well. In the pedal assisted mode you can reach up to 120 km, which is way above the market average. With the 20×4″ Chaoyang fat tires you are also capable of some offroad adventures. The bike has both front and rear brakes and Shimano 7 speed-gears are a nice touch as well. You can also fold the bike in simple three steps for even more compact storage or transportation.

And now you can get the ENGWE EP-2 Pro even cheaper with the Geekbuying promo deal. Using the discount coupon NNNEP2Pro6 you will slash to price to just $700. And as always Geekbying have various warehouses to choose from for the shipping. So don’t hesitate and get this great e-bike right away, while the stocks last.

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