Currie announces cadence sensitive e-bike

iZip Express features clever 'EVO-Drive' technology
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Currie Technologies has announced a new electric bike that adjusts its input based on the cadence the rider sets.

BikeRumor.com reports that the manufacturer utilises a EVO-Drive hybrid cadence sensor, which adjusts the battery's input based on the amount of input coming from the rider.

The iZip Express is boldly claimed to be capable of tackling 7,500 foot climbs, on a single charge, despite the 62 pound weight of the build.

Currie is now selling the model online and via its dealer network at a cost of $3,500. Moore large is the point of contact for UK enquiries.

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