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Batch Bicycles releases first e-bike

Published August 14, 2019
The brand is offering what it claims is the best-priced Bosch mid-drive e-bike on the market.

MIAMISBURG, Ohio (BRAIN) — Batch Bicycles is launching its first e-bike, a $1,999 commuter that the company says is among the lowest priced Bosch mid-drive e-bikes on the market.

Batch, which is owned by the same company that owns Huffy, but is operated separately, is launching a bike with a Bosch Active Line Gen 3 motor, 6061 alloy frame with internal cable routing and hydraulic disc brakes. The Class 1 e-bike will assist up to 20 mph and averages approximately 55 miles between charges.

"E-bikes are making it easier for more people, at every skill level, to get into riding — to ride farther and faster — and we're excited to have an option to offer to our customers," said Chris Keller, the general manager of Batch Bicycles. "Whether it be commuting or casual cruising, with the new Batch E-Commuter Bicycle, riders now have a functional and quality e-bike at an affordable price point."

The bike has 27.5 inch wheels and is available in three sizes. It comes with a rear rack and fenders. It is now available for retailer and distributor pre-order and will be available for sale to consumers on in mid-September.

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