Do you go on frequent short rides or do you prefer to cycle all day long? How far you can ride with electric pedal assistance depends to a large extent on the type of battery. Gazelle has a wide range of batteries you can combine with your motor which means there is always a battery-motor combination to suit your usage. Simply choose the battery that suits you best thank to our clear chart.
At work or in a patio, you can charge the easily removable battery in your e-bike anywhere there is a mains socket. Some models even have a magnetic plug that makes connecting the charger and battery even easier. Depending on which battery you have, charging a flat one will take five to nine hours. This means the e-bike will be 100% ready to go after a working day or a night’s sleep.
How far you can ride with electric pedal assistance depends to a large extent on the type of battery. See our various battery tables below and associated ranges!
Gazelle hybrid bikes with the Bosch Active Line battery boast a range of up to 180 km* thus providing longer periods of cycling pleasure. Bikes with this battery are suitable for both flat and hilly terrain.
When you buy a hybrid bike with Gazelle Impulse mid-engine you have the choice of three batteries (silver, gold and platinum), each with a different capacity and associated radius ranging from 50 km to 160 km*.
On acquiring a Gazelle hybrid bike with the Panasonic front-wheel motor you have a choice of four batteries (bronze, silver, gold and platinum) with different capacities and associated range*.
Gazelle hybrid bikes with the Shimano Steps battery boast a range of up to 145 km* thus providing longer periods of cycling pleasure. Bikes with this battery are suitable for both flat and hilly terrain.
* Range will depend in part on the following factors: gear selected, tyre pressure, weight of rider, bike speed, terrain, headwind, age of battery and assistance setting.
**Max. torque is a measure of how much pulling power the motor can deliver in the most efficient conditions for the system.