m2sMost of the time, when we talk about electric bikes, it would have something to do with a rather heavy or clunky frame complete with a large battery which looks unwieldy. This particular crowdfunding project that has just launched – the M2S All-Go electric bike, will certainly hope to change the way in which one looks as an electric bike, since it boasts of a carbon frame that delivers not only distinct looks, but also a light ride weight, now how about that for being practical?

After all, the M2S All-Go will come equipped with a 27-speed Shimano Alivio powertrain, a powerful 500-watt mid-drive motor, a stem-integrated display that will show off important information and a 36-volt lithium ion battery pack. It basically tips the scales at 33 lb (15 kg), where the full carbon fiber frame plays a vital role in ensuring that the weight remains low, making the bike a whole lot easier to pedal whenever the battery runs out, and it is also a snap to tote with you should the need arise for you to carry it around.

The All-Go will boast of a 500-watt (peak power) mid-mounted, pedal-assist electric drive, a removable, lockable 8.7Ah lithium-ion battery within the down tube, and will require approximately four hours to juice up.

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