We covered Enki Cycles Billy BMX Bike previously, now, the company is ready to release the next generation electric bike. Miller is a sleek, unisex urban commuter e-bike that can easily be mistaken for a regular bike. With its classic frame, smooth welds, mid-drive torque-sensing motor, Gates Carbon Belt Drive and Samsung battery hidden within the frame, it is not just sexy for an e-bike – it’s sexy full stop. Enjoy your ride free of sweat, with minimal effort, yet maximum fun. [Pre-Order]
Off the back of its first successful crowdfunding campaign for the BMX-style Billy e-bike, the second release from Enki Cycles wants to redefine your commute.
Designed with the urban rider in mind, Miller solves the common problems everyday riders face: sweat, dirt and monotony. Staying true to their “Joyrides, redefined” ethos, the Enki team has stripped out all the “unfun” parts of the ride to bring joy back to your commute.
Named after the most famous greyhound of all time, Miller is equally quick from the gates. This is largely thanks to the heart of the electric bike: the high-quality BaFang M-500 torque sensing motor that has 26% more torque than the Bosch Performance Line mid drive and is 17% lighter.
With Enki’s first bike, “Billy”, this translated into a BMX-style fat e-bike, and Miller is a different proposition again. A sleek, single speed mid-mount motor with internally-routed cabling and a hidden battery inside the frame, Miller can easily be mistaken for an everyday pushbike.
Phillip Pedrola, Creator of Enki Cycles, says: “We took all our learnings from our first Kickstarter campaign and applied it to one of the most boring everyday tasks: commuting. We wanted to change the way you commute – to redefine it and make it something everyone looks forward to. So we made Miller. It’s the bike that will take you from A to B, but also to C, D and E. And when you get there, you’ll be puffed from the laughter not the effort.”. [Pre-Order]
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