Fiido C21 C22 Pro Electric Bike With 85 Kms Range Remote Unlocking Unveiled Price 1599 US Dollars Specifications Features

Fiido has introduced two of its latest e-bikes, the C21 Pro and the C22 Pro, and has opened the registrations for both. The company is also offering some exciting early bird offers on its latest e-bike. Both the e-bikes are lightweight and come equipped with a 9-speed transmission. A small display is already fitted in these, which will show the rider important information related to riding. The new C21 Pro and C22 Pro e-bikes also feature a remote unlocking mechanism. The Fiido C21 Pro includes a step-through frame design, while the C22 Pro comes with a step-over frame. Let’s know more about them.

Fiido has introduced the C21 Pro and C22 Pro e-bikes and has opened pre-registrations for them. interested customer company official website But you can signup for it. The retail price of both the C21 Pro and C22 Pro e-bikes is $1,599 (roughly Rs. 1.31 lakh). However, the company is also offering early bird offers, including a $200 (roughly Rs. 16,400) discount on the e-bike and a free smartwatch worth $100 (roughly Rs. 8,200) for early customers. Has been done

Coming to the specifications, the Fiido C21 Pro and C22 Pro e-bikes come with a 250W rear hub motor equipped with S200 torque sensor and can reach a top speed of 32km/h, as claimed by the company. 9-speed derailleur gears are included with this motor. The battery pack is inserted into the frame inside the front rod. The range of both is said to be around 80 km. Both get aluminum alloy frame front fork weighing 17.5 kg.

Gravel tires are available in these. The Fiido C21/C22 Pro models feature centrally mounted, IP67-rated IPS back-lit displays. The new bikes also come with a remote unlocking mechanism. As we mentioned, the C21 Pro features a step-through frame design, while the C22 Pro adopts a step-over frame.



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