Lectric Announces the XPress, Commuter Style Ebike

Lectric eBikes, the best-selling eBike company in the US in 2023, is at it again with the launch of a new model. Founded in 2019 by lifelong friends Levi Conlow and Robby Deziel with the goal of creating an affordable eBike, Lectric has become a major player in the industry.

Their most popular models, the XP 3.0, XPedition, and XP Trike, all have 20-inch wheels. Now, they are catering to a wider audience with the XPress, a full-size eBike with 27.5-inch wheels and a torque sensor, all for a starting price of $999.

XPress youtube Livestream announcement

The XPress will be available in two options, including a 500-watt motor with a 10.4Ah battery, and a 750-watt motor with a 14Ah battery. The 10.4Ah battery provides approximately 45 miles on a single charge and the 14Ah battery provides approximately 60 miles. The XPress also features Lectric’s custom-designed upgraded TC Eighty front suspension fork; an 11-28 tooth, 7-speed drivetrain; 180mm hydraulic disc brakes; and 27.5-inch by 2.1-inch city tires.

The torque sensor of the XPress uses PWR+ technology. Lectric’s proprietary PWR+ is
Pedal Assist Wattage Regulation, which helps manage the power applied by pedaling. With the XPress torque sensor combined with PWR+ technology, higher speeds of the Class 3 eBike experience require less torque and give riders more control over speed in response to their pedaling effort.

“We’re confident we’ve cracked the code for human power combined with electric power,” said Conlow. “Historically, there have been flaws with torque sensors—if you want to reach a maximum speed using any pedal assist level, you have to exert maximum effort. And top speeds are typically governed at each level so that the assistance you get from the electric power stutters, creating an unnatural riding experience, and in many cases stops working. With the XPress you get all the benefits of a torque sensor at every pedal assist level that works seamlessly with the amount of effort you want to provide.”

The XPress also includes a color LCD display, integrated headlight and rear taillight, and ships for free and requires only one minute tool-free assembly with a front wheel thru axle. And as with all Lectric eBikes, XPress is backed by an industry-leading customer service team with experience in servicing more than 400,000 Lectric riders across the U.S.

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