With Ascot, ITALJET has wanted to create an exclusive electric bicycle, of course created in a traditional way, with the best materials and technologically advanced components.We have worked closely with the master craftsmen of Italian leather, famous all over the world, all the aluminium components have been treated manually, creating each piece unique in the shadings; we have asked historical Italian companies to create fenders clinched by hand, we have taken care of every detail in order to create a product of pure design and advanced technology.
Frame:Alloy frame with leather bag integrated made in Italy by A.G. Spalding & Bros. Front fork: With double arc ,double crome spring and 4 bearings, Italjet patent design Stem: in alloy Handle bar: In alloy chrome ,W=630mm Grip; Leather Shifter: NuVinci N360B-C-SV-01 Chain wheel: 42Tx170L,CP teeth, alloy crank, Chain: Kmc,gold Freewheel: 20T, NuVinci Pedal: In alloy Brake lever: Tectro with brake sensor Front brake; Disk brake D 203mm Rear brake: Disk brake D 180mm Hub: NuVinci N360B-36SV-DC-12 N360 CVP BULK Spokes: 12G/13G, stainless spoke, copper nipple Rim: Double wall alloy, 24x45mm Tyre; 24x3,00 brown tire Inner tube: 24"x 1,75/2,25 Seat post: Alloy with sunspension Saddle: Brooks Flyer Seat pin: Alloy with screw lock Kickstand: URSUS alloy in right side adjustable Mudguard: Steel brushed by hands Chaincover: Polished by hands with mat chrome Motor: 8Fun,36Vx250W,brushless front motor, speed<25km/H Controller: 36Vx250W,alloy case Display: KM5S LCD,5-step, covered in leather Battery: 36Vx13,2 Ah lithium ion removable Charger: 42V 3A Battery case:Alloy Head light:Halogen 15W Rear light: Led with cell battery Pas Sensor: Magnetic sensor,12point Bell: Vintage style in brass made by full Range: From 50 to 70 Km Battery recharging time: 4 hours Origin: MADE IN ITALYITALJET.COM
KING METER DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTION WITH LEATHER COVER MADE
Display King Meter digital multifunction with leather cover made
Quartz clock clearly visible allows the user to control the time without having to remove the hands from the handlebars