Ampler Launches New Mint & Pink Collection

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07 September 2023, Amsterdam -- It’s not easy being pink or mint unless you’re an Ampler e-bike. The Estonian e-bike maker launches two new limited colours for their popular Juna model. 

New Ampler Pink and Mint Collection

Ampler has one of the widest selections of frame shapes and sizes in the e-bike industry, and the Juna model is suitable for anyone who appreciates a low-maintenance e-bike that is fun and comfortable to ride. Ampler Juna comes in frame sizes S (163cm - 174cm)  and XS (150cm - 162cm) and, in addition to the fresh Mint and Pink colours, comes in Moon Grey and Sunrise Yellow colour variations. The new colours compliment the already existing range, making Juna the funnest bike in Ampler’s e-bike fleet. 

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“We had a mint Hawk in the beginning years of Ampler. Our customers keep on asking about it, as we have featured the bike in our history materials. The pink bike requests have popped up a lot lately due to the obvious doll craze. As we have our own paint line in Europe, we can easily cater to our customer requests and have a bit of fun while at it”, commented Ampler’s CMO Tuuli Jevstignejev.

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The e-bikes are available for pre-orders, and the new colours are part of the limited edition series.

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About Ampler

Ampler is a leading e-bike manufacturer dedicated to revolutionizing urban commuting. With a focus on quality, innovation, connectivity and sustainable mobility, Ampler delivers sleek and powerful e-bikes that seamlessly blend into the urban landscape. Since its inception, Ampler has been committed to providing exceptional riding experiences while hand assembling all its e-bikes in their own factory in Europe. 23 000 happy riders across Europe have contributed feedback to constant product improvements.

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