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LEKKER Bikes Announces Upgraded Models with The Amsterdam+ & Amsterdam GT

Their modern commuter series has been updated making this sleek urban eBike better than ever.

Amsterdam | 01/11/22 Born in Amsterdam and raised in Australia since 2009; LEKKER Bikes announces the 2nd generation of Amsterdam eBike models showcasing a refined no-nonsense design with industry-standard modern premium componentry in two offerings: Amsterdam GT and Amsterdam+. LEKKER first launched in Australia, bringing the Amsterdam way of moving across the world. After years of testing and perfecting its Dutch-style eBikes and cracking the Australian market, LEKKER now brings its internationally proven models fusing Dutch design and Australian influences to a new chapter: Europe. 

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LEKKER Bikes’ Amsterdam Range eBikes

The Amsterdam range is a modern commuter counterweight to the classic look of LEKKER’s hallmark Jordaan range; now with a number of great updates making these sleek city eBikes better than ever. With something for everyone, the bikes are available in various frame sizes, and tried and tested internationally. Staying true to their Dutch heritage LEKKER bikes offer a stripped down approach to design with no unnecessary glitchy gadgets, delivering bikes that are reliable, sporty, powerful and comfortable for all types of riders. In Dutch fashion, all LEKKER bikes can be self-maintained and are serviceable world-wide, due to the usage of premium industry standard modern components. With a LEKKER bike you can easily connect to thousands of bike service points worldwide.

Both the Amsterdam+ and Amsterdam GT have improved and integrated cable routing through the headset, giving the bike an even smoother and cleaner look, whilst ensuring they’re still easily accessible. And their easy-to-maintain philosophy doesn’t stop there. 2nd Generation models are outfitted with a weather-resistant, flexible, and durable Gates CDX carbon belt drive, as opposed to the classic clanking chain. The WTB tires provide the Amsterdam range with a comfortable and sportive ride in and outside of the city. LEKKER upgraded its braking components and now offers a stronger light, better illuminating night riding with high visibility, bringing you to your destination at lightspeed. The bikes have also received a 4.5 Customer-first Trust Pilot Rating.

Amsterdam GT

The Amsterdam GT is up for city commuting and beyond: on comfortable off road explorations, taking any hill in its stride. And with a battery size of up to 630WH, you’ll be able to go the distance. It’s powerful, stylish, and sporty, with some seriously high specs for a smooth and seamless ride. Boasting both a Bafang M420 mid-drive motor with 80 Nm of torque and a stepless Enviolo rear hub. You can shift from a standstill, stop and go full steam without worries. The Enviolo hub delivers 310% gearing ratio to tackle climbs with gradients up to 25%; no sweat! The Amsterdam GT eBike comes with WTB Riddler 700 x 45c tyres, allowing easy city rides and longer dirt and gravel tours.

More about the Amsterdam GT: click here (Dutch), or click here (English)

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The lightweight Amsterdam+ eBike is the dressed-down, lightweight eBike with a powerful motor to match. Made for sleek city cruising, it has a super-efficient, ultra-durable H-Series Bafang rotation sensor motor weighing just 3kg with a rated power of 250W and a maximum torque of 32 Nm. It sits at the back, meaning better traction than front-wheel electric bikes. As with all LEKKER models, convenience is key with its  removable battery taking you up to 85km on a single charge. Additionally, front and rear racks are optional, as well as STVZO-approved front and integrated rear lights. Robust and reliable tan-wall WTB Horizon 650B x 47 tyres give maximum traction and smooth riding beyond pavement roads.

More about the Amsterdam+: click here (Dutch), or click here (English)

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More About LEKKER

LEKKER was an idea dreamed of by Meindert Wolfraad, a Dutch man who landed in Sydney, Australia, in 2008 with the aim of perfecting his English - he soon noticed a gap in the market when it came to getting from A-B. And in 2009, LEKKER Bikes was born. After years of learning and testing, LEKKER cracked the market with an innovative eBike range that fit the demanding Australian landscape paired with recognisable Dutch features and premium quality. Fast forward to today, LEKKER is the market leader in Australia, with brand stores in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Recently opened brand stores in Amsterdam and Berlin are part of their ambition to make tracks around the globe.

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About Twotone Amsterdam

The roots of Twotone go back in 2007, when Twotone’s founder – Jon Woodroof – cofounded a fixed-gear focused bike shop in Atlanta, GA named No Brakes. His clothes nearly always matched his track bike & he earned the nickname Twotone. Jon cut his teeth on promoting his own shop, the brands they sold, and even suppliers, athletes, and other organisations they partnered with all before Instagram!

Those entrepreneurial roots grew into the hold your line, you'll be fine full-send approach to how we run our business today. A 10-year-old nickname became a Dutch BV in 2014 & Twotone has become THE one-stop-shop for cycling-savvy sales, marketing, and PR across Europe in the USA.

Over the course of the past nearly 9 years of helping brands find their way & have their say, we’re grateful for the successes, lessons, and trust! Schedule a meeting to learn more!

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