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2022 Trek Allant+ 5 Lowstep Electric Hybrid Bike in Solid Charcoal

The 2022 Trek Allant+ 5 Lowstep Electric Hybrid Bike in Solid Charcoal is a versatile e-bike built for riders, commuters and weekend adventurers. A reliable Bosch drive system, road-smoothing suspension fork, sturdy 27.5″ wheels and thoughtful features make this electric bike a smart solution for getting around town and even exploring gravel paths.The Allant+ 5 is built around a sleek, lightweight hydroformed aluminium frame with a lowstep geometry so it’s easy to hop on and off. The 27.5โ€ wheels with wide tyres lower the standover height of the bike and make it more stable, as well as smoothing out the bumps.The down tube-mounted 500 Wh battery works with a powerful Bosch Performance Line CX (250 W, 85 Nm) Motor and Purion controller. The Bosch system is the industry standard for reliable performance and smooth riding, making this an excellent choice for everyday use.The Allant+ 5 comes with an SR Suntour Moby suspension fork with lockout, a 9-speed Shimano drive train, hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power, front and rear lights, mudguards, a rear rack and a bell.This bike is perfect forRiders looking for a sturdy and reliable electric bike for getting around town and weekend rides. With a full Bosch system the Allant+ 5 is a bike you can use every day.Key FeaturesA powerful drive system and thoughtful features make it even more feasible and fun to leave your car at homeThe lowstep frame design makes it easy to get on and off โ€“ no need to swing your leg over!The position 4 geometry gives riders an active riding position without sacrificing comfortThe stiff 27.5″ wheels with thru axles provide reliable and stable handling, while the high-volume tyres deliver a more comfortable rideThe fork’s lockout feature ensures that you’re always riding efficiently: close it for smooth tarmac, open it up on rougher roads