e-Joe Electric Bikes is all about “making practical, affordable, high-quality electric bike for nearly everyone….an ebike for the average Joe”
For 2015 they are introducing the new Koda that is a sporty commuter style e-bike with the battery integrated into the downtube of the frame.
Their Anggun step thru commuter with a large 36V 16ah lithium battery has been updated to offer a few new features.
e-Joe is also know for their EPIK SE & Lite economical folding electric bikes with the batteries integrated into the main frame tube.
Enjoy the following pictures and video of the new 2015 e-Joe electric bikes.
This is the new sporty commuter style Koda that comes fully equipped with a variety of accessories for $2,199. e-Joe claims that the weight is 43 pounds; very light for an e-bike!
The 36V 10ah Samsung lithium battery is integrated into the downtube. Recharge time of the battery is 4 hours.
The LCD display is centered on the handlebars and the pedal assist level adjuster is on the left side of the bars. There are 4 levels of pedal assist that is based on a torque sensor. There will also be a thumb throttle option.
This is the 500 watt geared rear hub motor (750 watt peak). You can also see the 7 speed Shimano Acera drivetrain and the TEKTRO mechanical disc brake. Here is more info on the Koda.
The Anggun 3.0 is the new updated step thru commuter with a large 36V 16ah lithium battery for $1,899.
You can see that the Anggun has a very low step thru style aluminum frame that makes it easy to get on and off the bike. The Anggun has 3 levels of pedal assist (cadence sensor) or a twist grip throttle option.
The 36V 16ah lithium battery is located just behind the seat tube for good weight distribution. On the rear wheel you can see the 350 watt geared rear hub motor, 7 speed Shimano drivetrain, and TEKTRO mechanical disc brake. Here is more info from the e-Joe website.
Here is a video review of the new 2015 Anggun 3.0 from Court Rye at Electric Bike Review.
And here is the full review of the 2015 Anggun.
The EPIK SE is the top end folding e-bike from e-Joe at $1,599. The claimed weight of the SE is 42 pounds.
e-Joe hides the 36V 9ah lithium battery in the main frame tube of the bike for good weight distribution and a clean look.
A 350 watt (550 watt peak) geared rear hub motor along with a 7 speed Shimano drivetrain is spec’ed for being able to climb steeper hills. There are 3 levels of pedal assist (cadence sensor) and a thumb throttle option. Here is more info on the SE from the e-Joe website.
The EPIK Lite is a simpler version of the SE and it is priced at $1,349. The Lite is claimed to weigh an impressive 37 pounds!
The handlebars are pretty clean because this is a single speed e-folder. The display controls the 3 levels of pedal assist and there is a thumb throttle option on the right.
Like the SE, the Lite hides a 36V 7ah lithium battery in the main frame tube of the bike.
Here is the 350 watt (550 watt peak) geared rear hub motor and single speed drivetrain.
That’s a wrap! The e-Joe EPIK Lite all folded up. Here is more info on the LITE from the e-Joe website.
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