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Convercycle

This awesome electric bicycle magically converts to a cargo bike in seconds! The ingenious Convercycle has a rear wheel that can be folded out with one simple movement without any tools. This creates a loading area behind the saddle for loads such as luggage, groceries, your guitar amplifier, a case of beer, or any load up to 130 pounds. It also comes equipped with a Shinamo Nexus 5-speed geared hub, 28-inch wheels, professional disc brakes, and a 250 W motor with a max speed of 15mph. Five levels of assist are easily chosen on the handlebars. Available in standard or electric versions. watch the video below



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