Gazelle Miss Grace C7 HMB vs Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

Compare Specifications of Gazelle Miss Grace C7 HMB and Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

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Gazelle Miss Grace C7 HMB
Gazelle Miss Grace C7 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 3.0 (40Nm) 2,000W peak-rated hub motor
Maximum Power -- 2000W
Maximum Torque 40 Nm --
Top Speed 25 kmph 25 kmph
Battery Battery type : Li-ion
Battery position : Integrated into carrier
960 Wh battery
Display Bosch Purion LCD --
Frame Frame shape : low-step
Size : 46, 49, 54, 59
Frame material : Aluminium
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Handle Bar Aluminium look, comfort curved model Upgraded mid-bar handlebar
Fork Fork material : Chrome-molybdenum --
Grip Plastic wear-resistant handlebar grips for a firm grasp
Grip type : Gazelle Aerowing
ODI Ruffian ATV grips
Pedals -- Stamp 2 pedals
Saddle Selle Royal Gipsy --
Taillamp LED --
Tyres
Front ETRTO 50-622 Schwalbe Fat Frank 20×4”’ GRZLY tires
Rear ETRTO 50-622 Schwalbe Fat Frank 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
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Black
Ivory
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Physical Specs
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Weight 24 kg --
Overview
Features - Barely visible electric assistance (40 Nm)
- Manoeuvrable and stable due to low mid-mounted motor
- Maximum brakepower in every condition
- A tough and fast transport bike
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Additional Details Rear carrier description : Aluminum
Front carrier description : wide aluminium front carrier for adjustable handlebars
Sitting position : Upright
Chaincase description : Plastic
Kickstand type : centered double stand
Ebike sensors : rotation sensor, speed sensor, pedal force sensor
Front chainwheel : 38
Rear chainwheel : 18
Drivetrain : Chain
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