Gazelle batteries

Determine your range yourself!

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.

How far can I go on my e-bike?

 

Every mains socket a charging point

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!

Bosch Active Line battery table

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.

Impulse battery table

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*.

Panasonic battery table

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*.

Shimano Steps battery table

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.

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