Blix Electric Bikes and Wallerang have signed on to demo their line up of eBikes at the rest of the Electric Bike Expo events for 2016!
Blix offers commuter/touring eBikes with a vintage European design that are practical and economical.
Wallerang offers their M.01 with Shimano STePS mid drive system with Di2 electronic shifting and “modular” rack system.
Both Blix and Wallerang are from Sweden and they also have an office and warehouse in Santa Cruz, California.
They have been building a dealer network around the US and by exhibiting at the Electric Bike Expo events, more people will be able to experience these Swedish designed eBikes.
Here’s a look at the Blix and Wallerang eBike line up:
The Vika+ is the folding eBike in the Blix line up that can be stored in an apartment, office, car trunk, RV, boat, etc. The Vika+ is powered by a 350 watt rear hub motor and a Panasonic lithium 36V/11Ah battery, and 4 levels of pedal assist with a throttle option. The Vika+ is priced at $1,650.
Here’s a look at the folded size of the Vika+.
The Komfort+ is a classically styled step thru with accents like faux-leather seat and grips. The Komfort+ is powered by a 350 watt rear hub motor and a Panasonic lithium 36V/11Ah battery, and 4 levels of pedal assist with a throttle option. The Komfort+ is priced at $1,990.
The Stockolm is the Blix premium commuter/touring eBike with a 500 watt rear hub motor, Panasonic lithium 36V/11Ah battery, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, 9 speed Shimano Deore gears and a health selection of accessories like fenders, rack, lights, etc. The Stockholm is priced at $2,390.
Wallerang is a Swedish bike brand that is distributed by Blix in the US and they have the high end M.01 “modular” electric bike that features the Shimano STePS 250 watt mid drive system with Di2 electronic shifting, hydraulic disc brakes, and an internally geared rear hub! The M.01 is assembled in at their facility in Högsbo, Gothenburg, Sweden. The M.01 is priced at $3,690 USD.
The “modular” part of the M.01 is the front and rear bolt on racks that have a solid attachment to the frame. The front rack attaches to the headtube of the frame for a stable platform to carry heavier items.
The rear rack bolts on to the seatstays of the frame for a solid attachment and the ability to carry heavy items in bags that attach to the rear rack.