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26 April 2023 (Amsterdam NL) -- Ampler, the electric bike company known for its sleek and lightweight e-bikes, is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its award-winning second-generation e-bike models. To commemorate the occasion, the company has released limited edition versions of their Axel and Juna models, each with only 100 bikes available.

In addition, to contribute towards the strength of the company and the products, following the merger with KÕU Mobility Group earlier this year, the e-bike maker appoints a new interim CEO, former COO of KÕU Mobility Group, Kadri Rehkli, to lead the company towards a healthy and sustainable growth model. 

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“All our e-bikes represent the pinnacle of design and technology and offer an exclusive and personalised experience for our customers. Instead of launching a new product range yearly, Ampler has dedicated its team to continuously improving the existing model range, making sure it is strong and viable to cater towards our customer needs,” comments Kadri Rehkli.

Ampler is well-known for its commitment to design and technology, and the limited edition bikes are no exception. Each bike is hand-assembled in Tallinn, Estonia to ensure its quality and authenticity, making it a rare and unique gem.

The limited edition e-bikes come in striking new colours - Capsule Copper for Juna and Satellite Silver for Axel - and feature hidden batteries and wires with a lightweight frame, as well as fenders, integrated lights, a kickstand, and a charger. In addition, customers who purchase a limited edition bike will receive a certificate of authenticity, new logo designs, exclusive colours, and a special numbering.

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The new color range was unveiled recently in Ampler’s Amsterdam showroom at an event highlighting the practicality of riding an ebike even if you are an Olympian, like rower Niki Van Sprang, or endurance cyclist, like Laura Scott. The Q&A discussion inspired the community to think that anyone, no matter what their fitness level, can enjoy riding Ampler bikes as a commuter.  All of the new colors, bike models, and limited edition bikes are available in the Amsterdam showroom to test ride.

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As of 2023, Ampler belongs to Kõu Mobility Group 

Kõu Mobility Group consists of four micromobility companies: Comodule, which provides software and IoT solutions for light electric vehicles; Tuul, a rental service for electric scooters; Äike, a manufacturer of electric scooters; and Ampler, a developer of lightweight electric bicycles. 

The group's vision is to encourage people to choose clean transportation and create a noise- and emission-free urban environment. The brands of Kõu Mobility Group make light electric vehicles safer, more comfortable, and more accessible.

The group employs more than 300 people, and all product development and manufacturing are done in-house in Estonia. This ensures product quality and sustainability and allows for quick responses to the needs of riders.

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