Spinciti Amsterdam – a stylish, fast, and affordable e-bike

In the upcoming years, e-bike lovers will get to enjoy many new launches. One of the latest models introduced to the world of electric bicycles has just debuted on Indiegogo with impressive specs, attractive design, and a practical range at an affordable price.

The new company Spinciti has launched this mid-priced electric bike named the Amsterdam. The new bike offers two different frame styles – a hybrid cyclocross and a lightweight mountain bike version – with a choice of three different motors for each.

The three rear-hub motors are available in 250W, 350W, and 500W versions, which offer top speeds of 20, 25, and 28 mph, respectively. The removable battery, hidden properly into the bike’s alloy frame, provides up to 50 miles of range on a single charge.

Spinciti Amsterdam - Specifications
Spinciti Amsterdam – Specifications

Spinciti’s first model comes with an 8-gear Shimano Deore drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, metal fenders, and a built-in 30 lux headlight. There’s also no suspension on board, but these bikes are primarily aimed at commuters, and the rigid fork helps keep the weight down.

The 500W version weighs around 52.36 lbs with battery, the 350W clocks in at a mere 47.7 lbs, while the 250W weighs 48.4 lbs. Besides, each Amsterdam bike comes equipped with an OLED display for tracking speed, distance, remaining battery life, and other metrics. The torque-sensing pedal assist provides assistance at one of five preset levels.

It comes with hydraulic disc brakes, metal fenders and a built-in 30 lux headlight.
It comes with hydraulic disc brakes, metal fenders and a built-in 30 lux headlight.

Additionally, Spinciti’s Amsterdam comes with a robust app that connects to your phone via Bluetooth to help track your speed, miles, and battery power. The app also integrates with a variety of popular health apps like Strava, MyFitnessPal, Apple Health, and others.

The Spinciti is crowdfunding the Amsterdam on an Indiegogo campaign to get its first bikes into production. Staring at $999 and configurable up to $1,950 depending on options, the Spinciti is among the more affordable new e-bikes to hit the market that look and feel like a nice normal bike. And the bike officially begins shipping in March of next year. You can choose between six color options for all three versions.

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