Schwinn Amalgam Adult Electric Bike 27.5-Inch Ebike

Schwinn Amalgam Adult Electric Bike, Hybrid Aluminum Frame, 7 Speed, 27.5-Inch Wheels, 375Wh Battery, Multiple Colors 

Ebike with aluminum dual sport frame; great for neighborhood rides and bike trails. 27.5-inch wheels fit riders 64 to 74 inches tall

Pedal assist 250 watt hub motor provide a quiet boost to your ride, making steep hills and longer distances a breeze

Battery is integrated into the downtube for a low center of gravity and a more stable ride

7-speed drivetrain lets you easily adapt to your terrain. Mechanical disc brakes provide precision stopping power

Suspension fork smooths out the ride. Mustache style handlebar provides multiple comfortable hand positions

Feel the boost
The Schwinn Amalgam's pedal assist gets you moving quickly up to 20mph. The 250 watt hub motor provides a quiet boost when you are ready to pick up the pace.
Integrated battery design
Easy to charge and remove, the Amalgam eBike features an integrated downtube battery. This integration provides a low center of gravity and a more stable ride.
7-speed drivetrain
The Schwinn Amalgam's 7-speed twist shifter with front and rear derailleur and alloy cranks, provides quick gear changes and optimal gearing. Powerful front and rear alloy mechanical disc brakes provide a superior stop.

Lightweight aluminum frame
Aluminum dual sport frame with front suspension fork soaks up bumps, and provides a smooth ride. A steel suspension fork smooths out the ride.
Charge up and ride
The Amalgam battery has a 45 mile range and takes about 4 hours to recharge. Before your first ride, charge the battery fully for 2 to 4 hours. The battery can be removed from the bike to charge or be plugged in while it is still attached.
An American Icon
Schwinn is the original American bike brand. Over the years, Schwinn has empowered millions of people, earning a special place in the hearts and minds of generations of riders. We have spent over a century building the bicycle industry into what it is today, and we’re not done yet.

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