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Ampler Reveals New e-bikes and Colours for the 2024 Season

15 March 2024—The lightweight urban e-bike producer announces the launch of new models to provide their customers with the best possible riding experience. 

Ampler is known for producing some of the lightest e-bikes in the industry, and the new range makes them one of the most versatile selections in the market. No bulky batteries, maintenance-heavy components, or other clutter. Ampler combines modern technology with a traditional bicycle design to make pedaling easier, lighter, and faster.

Ampler’s e-bikes come in frame sizes from XS to L and cater to the needs of various riders.  The new e-bikes added to the already existing model range Stellar, Stout, Curt, Axel and Juna are Curt Low-Step, Curt Anyroad and Curt Anyroad Low-Step. 

Introducing Curt Anyroad - Adventure-ready, conquer any road ahead

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Experience the ultimate versatility of the Curt Anyroad with both classic diamond and step-through frame options. Whether you're a seasoned cyclist or new to riding, find your perfect fit for urban commutes or leisurely rides. Equipped with thicker tires, fork mounts, and an advanced 10-speed drivetrain, this bike is primed for all-road adventures and bike-packing escapades. Conquer rugged terrain confidently and experience optimal power and efficiency with each pedal stroke

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More options for low-step models

In addition to introducing the new Curt Anyroad, Ampler has added more colours and a step-through model to its award-winning lightweight Curt. Light, minimalist, and sleek, Curt epitomizes speed and agility with its featherweight design and single-speed belt drive. Glide through city streets effortlessly, aided by its integrated display for ride stats and built-in lights, ensuring a seamless urban commute.  Ampler now offers low-step models across the whole product range.

In 2022, Ampler opened its own paint line in Estonia, with a 1.300 m2 space. This gave them the flexibility to adjust the colours and give the customers more choices while ensuring their quality control for a more durable powder coating for the bike frames. The 2024 model range sees some fresh new colours and plenty of options to choose from.

Ampler has been building a sustainable business since 2016. It has been growing steadily, creating a community of over 25,000 happy riders who gave extensive feedback to inform the development of the new models. Ampler works from the philosophy of in-housing wherever it believes it has additional value to add: all bikes are engineered and assembled in Ampler’s own factory in Estonia.

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