Gazelle Grenoble C8 HMB vs Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

Compare Specifications of Gazelle Grenoble C8 HMB and Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

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Gazelle Grenoble C8 HMB
Gazelle Grenoble C8 HMB

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Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu
Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor Bosch Active Line Plus 3.0 (50Nm)
Engine location : mid
2,000W peak-rated hub motor
Maximum Power -- 2000W
Maximum Torque 50 Nm --
Top Speed -- 25 kmph
Battery Li-ion 960 Wh battery
Display Bosch Intuvia LCD center --
Frame Frame shape : High-step, low-step
Size : 46, 49, 53, 57, 61
Frame material : Aluminium
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Handle Bar Aluminium, comfort curved model Upgraded mid-bar handlebar
Fork Fork suspension type : internal to headset
Fork material : Aluminium
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Grip Luxury leather handlebar grips for a sophisticated feel and extra comfort ODI Ruffian ATV grips
Pedals -- Stamp 2 pedals
Saddle Selle Royal Loire --
Headlamp Gazelle Fendervision --
Taillamp LED --
Tyres
Front Schwalbe Energizer Plus 20×4”’ GRZLY tires
Rear Schwalbe Energizer Plus 20×5”’ GRZLY tires
Wheel / RIM Wheelsize : 28"
Rims : Mach1 ER-10, Double-walled aluminium for extra strong and efficient cycling performance
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Brakes
Front Rim brake with hydraulic control 203mm Upgraded Magura four-piston front brake caliper
Rear Rim brake with hydraulic control --
Suspension
Front -- Adjustable RX inverted front air fork
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Colors Available
Colors Black
Blue
Grey
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Physical Specs
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Overview
Features - Unprecedented range
- No trouble with hilly terrain or strong headwinds
- Maximum comfort thanks to wide tyres with elegant suspension forks and seat post
- High tech in harmonious design
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Additional Details Gear system description : 8-speed Shimano Nexus
Rear carrier description : Aluminum MIK HD system carrier
Lock description : Ring lock with an option for a plug-in cable to attach your bike to a fixed object for extra protection against theft
Ebike sensors : rotation sensor, speed sensor, pedal force sensor
Front chainwheel : 38
Rear chainwheel : 18
Drivetrain : Chain
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