Commuter company Ampler unveiled an electronic bike that is designed specifically for urban commuters.
Co-founded by three friends who grew up in Estonia, the brand is built around the trio's interests and needs. The Ampler Hawk works when the rider starts pedaling and matches the power that the rider applies -- making pedaling much easier and allowing quicker rides to destinations. The electronic bike has a range of up to 100 kilometers, making it ideal for those using it for longer commutes.
The performance of the bike can also be tuned to the smallest detail on its accompanying app that features power and speed options. In the case of power loss or a low battery, the bike can be turned off to work as a standard one would.
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