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Buyer’s Guide

Material Comparison






  1. It is a very durable material with a competitive price and it maintains its characteristics unaltered over time
  2. Good elasticity that allows it to absorb vibrations while maintaining a good rigidity

  3. If welded with conjunctions, the frame is heavier but can be more easily customized

  1. On average, heavier than other materials

  2. It suffers from oxidation and rusts easily if not handled with care

It is the most popular material among those who enjoy cycling holidays, those who venture on dirt roads with a bike without suspension or those looking for a cheaper product


  1. This material makes the frame more resistant and stainless
  2. Lighter than classic steel and more flexible than aluminium
  1.  On average, heavier than aluminium and carbon
The frames made with this material are suitable both for the asphalt and for uneven paths


  1. Extreme lightness, but it requires larger diameters to compensate for the poor mechanical strength, thus giving it a considerable rigidity too. Can be unrivalled for short and frenetic rides

  2. It is very malleable and can be moulded with relative ease

  3. Does not fear rust

  1. Significant stiffness which can lead to excessive vibration. To resolve this problem, aluminium is used in conjunction with carbon fibre sections

  2. It has no elastic capacity and tends to accumulate fatigue losing mechanical properties. An ultralight alloy frame can lose its properties after a few seasons of high-level use

  3. It requires an artificial aging thermal process for the optimization of the mechanical qualities

It is great for those who want a not too expensive but reliable bike


  1. Extreme lightness

  2. Maximum comfort: the carbon is able to absorb vibrations and distribute them throughout the entire structure

  3. Ability to optimize the mechanical qualities of the structure depending on the need by choosing different fibres and optimizing the overlap

  1. Very high prices

  2. Much easier to destroy than those made of steel or aluminium and can easily break even after strong shocks or deep abrasive actions

  3. When they break, you have to throw them away because they cannot be repaired

This type of frame is chosen by those seeking a professional top-of-the-line bike

In short, which one to choose?
There is no right or wrong answer, but it all depends on what you need to do with it. To find out which product is the best for you, contact us at +39 069130654 or +39 3203151998 and we will help you in your needs
The right frame size for you
The heights of the frames differ according to the type of bike:

  1. Road bikes: expressed in cm
  2. MTB and Hybrid: expressed in inches

To find the right size you have to do a small calculation:

MTB and HYBRID: H from the crotch to ankle*0.59
ROAD BIKE H from the crotch to ankle*0.65





Up to 3 years old

Up to 95 cm


3-4 years

95-105 cm


4-6 years

105-115 cm


6-8 years

115-130 cm


8-11 years

130-155 cm


11-16 years

More than 155 cm










(in cm)

(in inches)


152 to 160 cm

68 to 73 cm


48 cm

38 cm


49 cm

161 to 162 cm

74 cm

48 cm

38 cm


49 cm

163 to 164 cm

75 cm

50 cm

41 cm


51 cm

165 to 166 cm

76 cm

52 cm

41 cm


51 cm

167 to 168 cm

77 cm

52 cm

41 cm


51 cm

169 to 170 cm

79 cm


53 cm

44 cm


54 cm

171 to 174 cm

81 cm

53 cm

44 cm


54 cm

175 to 178 cm

82 cm

54 cm

46 cm


54 cm

179 to 180 cm

84 cm


54 cm

50 cm


56 cm

181 to 182 cm

86 cm

56 cm

50 cm


56 cm

183 to 186 cm

88 cm

56 cm

52 cm


59 cm

187 to 188 cm

90 cm


58 cm

52 cm


61 cm

189 to 196 cm

91 cm


60 cm

55 cm


61 cm

197 and up

94 cm


62 cm

55 cm


64 cm

How is a bicycle made?
Bike Selection by Path
The choice of the type of bike to buy is very affected by the type of path you want to deal with.

For very rough terrains we recommend the "Mountain Bike" category, as it has a more massive structure than a city bike and thus it is most suitable for riding on winding roads such as mountain’s.

MTBs can be classified into:

      1. Rigid MTBs are lacking suspensions and they might be better suited for those who do not want to go off-road or do not want to delve on very uneven paths. Designed for those who do not want to go on extreme trails but prefer simply enjoying less demanding dirt roads. Suitable also for country roads with many holes and bumps
      2. Front Suspension MTBs, also called Suspended or Hardtail, are characterized by the front suspension fork which ensures a troke of about 80-100 mm. They are lighter than the dual suspension and more easily manoeuvrable.
      3. Full Suspension, (Dual Suspension or Softail): they have both suspension fork and frame and are built to provide total shock absorption and be ideal in harder and uneven tracks.

For maximum enjoyment of this type of trails, Fat Bikes have been designed. Born as an evolution of Mtbs, they are bicycles that have a "fat wheel" and low tire pressure as main characteristics. The increased section allows the bike to have absolute adherence, while the pressure (which may vary from 0.5 to 1.0 bar) allows it to "float" on soft surfaces such as snow, mud or sand or particularly uneven roads, such as riverbanks, woods or railway sleepers. Although common idea is to believe that this type of bike is heavy to handle, the weight of a fat bike is very similar to that of a mountain bike and the frame can be either in steel or aluminium.

To more easily address the chaos and traffic of the city, the ideal solution is the bicycle. For those who need to ride in town, the recommended bike category is represented by "Trekking or Touring and Sports or Dutch Style".
These bikes are designed also for those who love cycling holidays and facing travels switching from comfortable rides on paved roads to rough terrains.

On urban routes, the hybrid bicycle is also suggested; a particular type of bike born from the compromise between the racing bike and the mountain bike. Hybrid has some Mtb features and some other peculiarities from racing bikes. The riding position is more comfortable and relaxed, the wheels have a larger diameter than the other two models, offering a greater stability and lifespan, the frame is capable of absorbing the weight better, bringing comfort and absorption of the stresses, both in town and on dirt roads; the rims are lighter to offer a faster pace, and the components are lighter with speed gear ratios. Hybrid bicycles are ideal for mixed trails, both urban and suburban and is the perfect solution for those looking for a bike which is versatile for every occasion.

The racing bike was born for racing and athletic competitions. To offer higher speeds, it is designed with extremely lightweight materials and has an aerodynamic structure.

Electric Bikes
The different types of e-bikes differ among themselves especially for the type and placement of the motor, which can be mounted:

  • On the front hub (Front Hub Motor)
  • On the rear hub (Rear Hub Motor)
  • Central to the frame (Central Motor)

Front Hub Motor: Integrated on the front wheel hub



  1. Easy installation
  2. Low costs
  3. Highly efficient, since exploiting the motor brake inside the hub, you get a power regeneration
  1. Difficult manoeuvrability in both steering directionality and in terms of braking on wet soils
  2. False sensation of pedalling being it disconnected from the central hub
  3. Constant speed


Rear Hub Motor: Integrated on the rear wheel hub



  1. Easy installation
  2. Low costs
  3. Highly efficient, since exploiting the motor brake inside the hub, you get a power regeneration
  4. Most widely used method for converting a conventional bicycle to e-bike
  1. Poor flexibility in gears                                                                            
  2. Poor manoeuvrability


Central Hub Motor: Integrated on the central hub




  1. More eye-catching aesthetics
  2. Great manoeuvrability and excellent traction uphill with the help of the torque sensor
  3. Natural pedalling
  4. Seamless integration between motor and transmission
  5. Long Autonomy
  1. Higher cost
  2. Difficulties in the conversion of a traditional bike                                                


Differences between the various motors

The electric bikes’ motors are divided into two types:

  1. Brushed: Also called "with brushes", it is the classic alternating current electric motor. The technology of this type of motor is rather outdated as it makes the motor heavier, cumbersome and less efficient.
  2. Brushless: Defined "without brushes", it is a direct current electric motor with a permanent magnets rotor and the rotating magnetic field stator. Unlike a "brushed" motor, it needs no electrical sliding contacts (brushes) on the rotor shaft to work. The switching of the current flowing in the stator windings and therefore the change in orientation of the magnetic field generated by them, is done electronically. All this makes the motor quieter, lighter and significantly reduces the periodic maintenance needed. The Brushless motors are widespread today on all types of electric bikes of good quality and they differ from each other depending on the brand and performance:
    • Aikema: Since 1986 the Aikema company produces electric motors for e-bikes that strictly follow the instructions dictated by the ISO9001-2000 quality management systems. The Aikema motors are small, lightweight, quiet and very powerful.
    • Ansmann: A world leading German company in the development of energy supplies that is positioned with excellent results even in the pedelec motors market. The excellent performance of these motors allow the company to offer a warranty of up to 3 years on these models and 4 years on the battery.
    • Bafang: High quality and performance motor with lower costs. The Bafang is compact, with a clean and completely closed design and is mounted on midrange bicycles.
      • Bafang M420: The Bafang M420 engine, born as an evolution of the M400 model, guarantees the same indicative values, increasing the performances in terms of starting cue, and assisted thrust, perceptible above all on uphill routes. The mid-drive constantly samples relevant information at a frequency of up to 80k Hz via a torque sensor and two speed sensors which are all highly sensitive. The resulting data on crank torque, vehicle speed and the speed of rotation of the pedals is made available to the controller, ensuring precise control of the vehicle while achieving the highest possible efficiency. The M420 puts the rider in complete control. In spite of a generous power output and a maximum torque of more than 80 N.m, the motor operates in virtual silence.
      • Bafang M400: The Bafang M400 engine is distinguished by its power and reliability, making it one of the most popular systems on the market, counting on the multi-year experience of the E-bike manufacturer. The Bafang M400 motor have 250W power with a maximum torque of 80Nm in an extremely silent way, it is able to continuously transmit data to the control unit at a frequency of 80k Hz via a torque sensor and two speed sensors allowing you to reach the maximum efficiency possible with a fluid and precise guide. Its clean design makes the disassembly operation simple and fast even thanks to its weight less than 3.8 Kg.
    • Bosh Performance Line: The Drive Performance Unit is equipped with torque, frequency and speed sensors. The 1000 measurements per second allow perfect interaction of all components, for maximum energy efficiency and a natural pedalling. During the gear shift, the Bosh motor automatically adjusts the output torque and this allows to mitigate the load on the components, making the sports ride extremely comfortable and the shift always pleasant. Lightweight, silent and sturdy, the Bosh Performance has a reduced volume and the compact arrangement of the transmission allows the optimal integration of the Drive Performance Unit with the frame, providing greater ground clearance. The rapid processing of the sensor signals and the accuracy of the motor commands allow to optimize the Drive Unit Performance reducing noise and vibration. 
    • Bosh Performance Line CX: The Bosh Performance CX motor is the ideal propulsion drive for dirt roads and is designed for racing enthusiasts. The increased power combined with a more sensitive response creates an entirely new feeling of pedalling on the track and the incredible boost offers a never experienced dynamism. With a torque up to 75 Nm, the Performance CX is the most powerful traction that excites all those who have a passion for the trail and the ambitious and demanding e-bikers. The greater value of the supplied torque ensures continuous assistance, ready to intervene even in the most difficult situations, such as in uphill starts. A greater power implies greater heat, which is however cooled through winglets inserted both internally and externally.
    • Bosh Active Line: It is the ideal motor for those who want to reach their destination faster and in total relaxation. Smooth and versatile, the Active Line motor is designed specifically for the modern e-bike riders. Efficiency, ergonomics, design and high technology are carried out without a break, to perfectly interact with each other. The low weight and lower centre of gravity increase manoeuvrability and safety. Without annoying background noises, you can discover the pure pleasure of riding, harmoniously assisted up to 25 km/h.
    • Bosh Active Line Plus: The Active Line Plus motor is designed based on Active Line. Bosch was able to give greater torque by modifying the software, in order to be able to meet uphill fatigue. This motor is suitable for those seeking a quiet city use but does not mind a few out-door rides with a few and little more challenging climbs. Ideal for City Bike & Trekking, it weighs only 3.1 kg and has a torque of 50Nm.
      ADVANTAGES: linearity of use - Smoothness in stationary delivery - noiseless - low consumption in city traffic - suitable even in mid-level climbs -
      DISADVANTAGES: Increased consumption in difficult climbs - difficulty in MTB uses
    • Brose: This is a company that comes from the automotive world and all its motors are manufactured in Germany. The main characteristics of this system are the much more compact size and the lighter weight/volume compared to other motors. The maximum torque is 90 Nm and the power curve has been optimized to get more assistance both at low and high frequencies, rising from 380% to 410% peak assistance. The motor power is transmitted via a gear motor in a 1:27 ratio, which means that the electric motor always rotates within an optimal rotation range, thus ensuring a high efficiency and reactivity. Inside there are 3 sensors: one for torque, one for frequency and one for rotation; thanks to them, you get a greater accuracy in reactivity and assistance to pedalling, thus providing a balanced delivery according to the needs of the cyclist. 
    • Dapu: The Dapu motors are used by many leading e-bikes brands since they particularly known for the production of a high torque with outstanding reliability and efficiency at low speed. The gears used in Dapu motors use a composite developed for the aerospace industry, which is up to 5 times stronger and this allows to reach a higher maximum torque. In addition, the super efficiency of these motors generates less heat under stress, and this allows torque delivery for longer periods and quicker power with minimal effort.
    • Egoing: Designed by Bafang, the egoing engine is specially developed as a proprietary engine for Bianchi. It has a torque of 80Nm and has both torque, speed and cadence sensors.
    • E-TEK: It is the new central engine, developed with the latest generation technologies. This motor, thanks to the various software configurations, offers maximum performance on both MTB and Trekking and develops a power of 250W and a maximum torque of 90Nm. These features guarantee a great assistance and starting capacity. The E-TEK engine is designed to support, even on long journeys, both a sportier driving in off-road use, and a gentle and gradual driving for city use. The batteries are made with Samsung-LG lithium-ion cells and a smart BMS system for data collection and protection of cell life. The batteries develop 36V and 13Ah / 14.5Ah with a total capacity of 470Wh / 520Wh. The design of the case inside which the cells are contained allow charging even when the batteries are inserted in the frame.
    • Fazua: Winner of the Design & Innovation Award, it is designed specifically for road bikes. Featuring an elegant and integrated design, the drive unit is extremely quiet and the free wheel fully activates above 25 km/hour. The Fazua motor, which is extraordinarily lightweight, has a very high torque and power and can ensure assistance and durability in extreme uphills and against the wind, thus making even newcomers cyclists into professionals.
    • Five F90: It is a second generation mid-engine with 90Nm of power that offers exceptional thrust. Thanks to the torque sensor, which offers adequate assistance to the cyclist according to the type of pedaling and route, FIVE F90 delivers power to tackle slopes up to 30%.
      Designed for urban use, it is responsive when starting from a standstill and ensures the driver a safe and fun experience. Just place your foot on the pedal to immediately feel the thrust of the engine. The 90Nm torque, combined with a 48V battery system, delivers power instantly and allows you to tackle even the most difficult climbs.
    • FSA: Full Speed Ahead is the first motor for electric bicycles from the Milanese company FSA, designed to be housed in the rear hub of road and gravel bikes. Extremely light the kit weighs only 3.9 kg.
    • Impulse 2.0: The Impulse motor is an extremely quiet central motor which provides a very natural riding feeling. Although with a low reputation in Italy, the Impulse motors differ from the other motors having been developed internally by a company that produces electric bikes and ensure the same performances as much known motors.
    • Olieds: This is the innovative central motor which is completely Made in Italy. Born in the city of Modena from a company with more than 30 years of experience in the field of electric motors, the Olieds motor is characterized by a 36V voltage, a nominal power of 250W, a maximum or peak power of over 600W, a maximum 105 rpm, a weight of 3.9 kg and a 80 Nm torque (Newton/meter). The big torque and the extreme fluidity of the system, combined with an extremely silent operation, make the Olieds motor a top-of-the-line system. The Olied engine is equipped with a cooling safety system that prevents the motor from overheating. It can happen in very extreme conditions that the motor works under heavy stress and thus there is danger of overheating; at that point, in an autonomous way, the motor stops and shuts down to avoid burning. Just wait 10 minutes for it to cool, and you can start again without any problem. 
        • DESIGNED WITH FORCE INSTEAD OF RIDING SENSOR: This means that the more force is put onto the pedal the more the motor gives strength and support to the cyclist, thus considerably improving performance.
        • MAXIMUM RIDING SMOOTHNESS: Thanks to a continuous and balanced support, pedalling is extremely pleasant, the acceleration is constantly balanced and beneficial in terms of fluidity and riding safety.
        • SEAMLESS INTEGRATION: Two systems have been built-in: the innovative Torque, with a technology that ensures maximum power supply with minimal effort by the cyclist. This made it possible to combine two e-bike concepts in a single motor: city bikes, for riding on flat terrains, and MTBs, for higher-level, and therefore power needy, adventures.
        • DEDICATED ASSISTANCE: When a problem occurs, the company is ready to offer dedicated assistance in very fast times.
        • 3 YEARS WARRANTY: Unlike other motors, it has a 3-year warranty
        • QUIET AND FLOWING: The Olieds motors are very quiet and the power transmission is extremely smooth. Unlike others, Olieds are built with fewer gears, so the bike is more free and less heavy to move when the motor is powered off. In addition, at level 5 only a very low push of the leg (only 70W) is needed, while for other motors it takes about 280W.
      • The Olieds engine is classic in different versions / models depending on the bike that supports it:

        SPORT OILS: it is characterized by a voltage of 36V, nominal power 250Watt, maximum or peak power of 720Watt, maximum cadence 105 rpm, weight of 3.9Kg, torque of 85Nm (Newton meter). The large torque and the extreme fluidity of the system, combined with exceptional silent running, make Olieds motors a top of the range system. The Olied engine is equipped with a cooling safety system which prevents the engine from overheating. It can happen in very extreme conditions that the engine works under stress and consequently there is a danger of overheating; at that point autonomously the motor stops and switches off to avoid burning. Just wait 10 minutes for it to cool down and you can leave without any problem. Thanks to its small size it integrates perfectly into the frame, and with a weight of only 3.3 kg it does not impact the rider's performance. For the uphill start there is the ZERO EFFORT function: no rotation is needed, just a stronger pressure and the bike will assist the restart. On the way back after a very intense exit, with the LAZY level you can access the full power of the engine with minimal support from the cyclist and finally, with the INTEGRATED POWER METER function you can easily access the power data both of the cyclist and of the electrical system. Furthermore, thanks to the BSD (battery self diagnostic), the number of charging cycles and information on the health of the battery cells are easily accessible.
        OILS MOVE PLUS: has a peak of 650W and torque at 80 Nm. Thanks to the LAZY function, maximum power can be obtained with minimum pedaling effort; the ZERO EFFORT function can be easily started uphill by applying only light pressure on the pedal, without even turning it. Finally, with the INTEGRATED POWER METER function you can easily access the power data of both the cyclist and the electrical system. The presence of the BSD (battery self diagnostic) system allows you to know not only the number of charging cycles, but also the state of health of the cells.
        MOVE ONE OILS: it is perfect for city bikes and smaller e-bikes. With a peak of 550W and torque at 50 Nm, the MOVE moves easily on city streets and beyond. Thanks to the LAZY function, maximum power can be obtained with minimum pedaling effort.

    • Shimano Steps: (Shimano Total Electric Power Integrated) is an integrated system built on a control unit mounted on the frame around the bottom bracket and provides a nominal power of 250W with a maximum torque of 70Nm, suitable to tackle the most inaccessible paths. The electronic components integrated in the control unit make the system lightweight, reliable and resistant to adverse weather conditions. Equipped with an intelligent power management system and a lithium-ion battery pack with high capacity and long life, the Shimano STEPS system is lightweight and allows you to cover distances never before imagined without any effort. One of the latest news from Shimano, a software update has been released, that allows owners of electric bikes with Shimano STEPS with Di2 gearshift to use the transmission in automatic mode.
    • Sunstar: Extremely lightweight, quiet, dynamic and powerful, the Sunstar motor is the Japanese company's flagship product. The flexibility of this motor allows it to be mounted on various types of bicycles, thus creating electric bikes with excellent quality/price ratio.
    • SY Motors: Lightweight, silent and efficient, SY motors are designed for electric bicycles for urban use. They represent one of the best compromises between quality and price and ensure long efficiency and performance for thousands of kilometres.
    • Tongsheng: Designed with small dimensions, it is equipped with a torsion sensor on the pedals (active torque technology) which implies that a certain force must always be applied to the pedals to keep the engine active. This system allows a more "sporty" use of the motor which, thanks to its muscular contribution, has greater autonomy than motors with pedal movement sensor. Furthermore, starting from a standstill is also allowed uphill, without the need to make a part of the pedal rotation before activating the engine.
    • TranzX: It is one of the leading manufacturers of e-bike motors. The two flagship products are: Central M16 and Front F15. M16 is designed for a more stable guide and is supported by an integrated RPM sensor and a controller and is equipped with 20 Nm nominal torque up to a maximum of 50 Nm, while its configuration makes it easily adaptable to various frame designs. F15, with a diameter of only 125 mm, has excellent integration features at a very affordable price. The 250W motor produces a low level of vibration and noise (59 dB) compared to its size, with a weight of only 2.9 kg and a powerful torque (9.6 Nm nominal torque, up to a maximum of 45 Nm).
    • Panasonic: Panasonic, on the market since 1979, is considered one of the leading brands in the production of e-bike motors. Panasonic is recognized for innovation, efficiency and reliability. In recent years they developed the first e-bike motor with two gear ratios, easily manageable with the Multi Speed Assist System, which allows for the maximum possible torque on the rear wheel, with substantial gain in efficiency.
    • Polini: Designed entirely in Italy, the Polini motor offers performance at maximum levels due to its particularities. The torque is 70 Nm, with a power of 250W (500W peak) and average pedalling frequency of 60-80 RPM. The battery allows you to pedal for up to 220 Km.
    • Promovec: With more than 10 years of experience in the development, design and assistance of e-bike components, it offers products of excellence, constantly updated and based on fundamental principles such as reliability, stability and durability.
Differences between the various display computers

All the latest generation e-bikes have installed a display computer which can provide the rider a number of important information. These are divided into:

Intuvia Display: The Intuvia control unit allows you to ride the e-bike in an easy and intuitive way, and the display, which is easy to read even in direct sunlight, provides information about speed, service level, charge status of the battery and autonomy. Even in off-board mode, when it is not connected to the bike, you can view all the main data relating to the route. Thanks to the integrated micro USB port you can easily recharge mobile devices even while travelling.

Purion Display: Purion is the cycle computer made with essential lines. Purion is the 2-in-1 solution which allows you to recall all the important information during the ride in a practical way. While your hands are always on the handlebar, a simple click of the thumb is sufficient to get all the driving information. Unlike Intuvia or Nyon models that come with a remote control near the handlebar, the Purion display is designed as a single device. Backlit, it comes with five different driving modes that offer the right customized assistance in every situation.

Display Kiox: Small display, transflective colour 1.9", sturdy and scratch resistant, it is controlled through the separate control unit with perceptible pressure points and provides riding data relating to speed, power, heart rate, battery charge and much more. With Kiox you have eyes on the essential information and handlebars and land remain always under control thanks to the separated Remote Compact. By connecting via Bluetooth an optional heart rate monitor band, you can always stay up to date on the status of your heart rate and you have the ability to load software updates on your cycle computer without wires thanks to the Low Energy interface.

Display Nyon: The Nyon device is a last-generation multi-function trip computer that includes a navigation system, smartphone interfacing capability and fitness functions. The main functions of a Nyon device are:

  1. Ride Function: Everything in one screen. Clear view, easy to read even under strong sunlight: the colour 4.3 inch transflective screen displays all the necessary information such as speed and distance, assistance to the motor, battery charge, Frequency, time, and exact height.
  2. Navigation: According to the options set by the cyclist, Nyon will show the quickest route or the more exciting. Thanks to the new "EMTB Route" profile created for lovers of mountain biking, you can create custom routes, setting the length and difficulty, and the cycle computer will guide you even exclusively on dirt roads, and the maps are available for free download.
  3. Fitness and Training function: Nyon makes the e-bike a real personal trainer, supporting your predetermined objectives at all times and showing you a real time summary of the performance.
  4. Smartphone Function: To stay up to date on your mobile phone notifications, without having to take your phone out of your pocket or the bag, a bluethooth pop-up tells you if you got new SMS on your smartphone.
  5. Savings Control: On the "Dashboard" of Bosch’s Nyon you can see what you have been saving throughout the year in terms of fuel costs, CO2 emissions and environmental impact. By recording these data on the screen, it also calculates an estimate of how many trees were saved by avoiding taking the car. 

Shimano STEPS: It is equipped with a display with a compact design of small size so as not to be cumbersome in the structure of the handlebar and is backlit to be always clearly visible under all lighting conditions. All the operations can be performed via a remote control station. To provide greater safety, a remote control is placed in the left handle proximity which allows you to perform all operations without taking your hands off from the handlebar.

Display Kiox: Kiox has all the functions a sports cyclist needs. The small scratch-resistant display is controlled through the separate control unit with perceptible pressure points and provides riding data relating to speed, power, heart rate and battery charge. Kiox is also compatible with eShift, the system with integrated electronic gearshift developed in collaboration with the producers of the Enviolo, Rohloff and Shimano gears. A solution for every riding style. Discover the pleasure of a barely perceptible shift, of more comfort, reduced wear, increased safety and more fun.

Reduced VAT for Disabled People
The 104/92 Law is the legislative reference that protects the assistance, social integration and the rights of persons with disabilities. If you have a certificate attesting such physical situation, you may qualify for tax breaks related to the purchase of particular types of bikes entered in the Register of Medical Devices. To find out which models are included in this list, please contact us at +39 069130654 or +39 3203151998 or write to [email protected]
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