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CERO One Mid Drive Utility Ebike Review

CERO One Mid Drive Utility Ebike Review

by Lars Hundley CERO One Utility Ebike, $3,799 https://cero.bike/pages/cero-one Hot! Japanese style utility bike design with smaller front wheel, front and rear racks. Shimano mid…

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by Lars Hundley CERO One Utility Ebike, $3,799
https://cero.bike/pages/cero-one Hot!

Japanese style utility bike design with smaller front wheel, front and rear racks.

Shimano mid drive motor is whisper quiet, perfectly tuned.

Amazing range of up to 105 miles (depending on assist levels and your load).

Different rack and basket options for the front and rear, to easily meet your specific needs.

77 pounds of cargo capacity, with up to 55 pounds on any single rack.
Gates Carbon Drive Belt Step through frame design to easily mount the bike while loaded. Not! It costs more than a low end ebike, but these upgrades are worth it. After reviewing so many different ebikes, it’s rare for me to get an email from a bike brand and get excited. But when the folks at CERO emailed, they wanted me to review an ebike with both a Gates Drive and a Shimano mid drive motor, along with a Japanese style cargo bike frame design, with a smaller wheel in front. I’ve ridden Gates Drive ebikes before and like them, but still hadn’t tried a bike with a Shimano motor. This was an ebike that was different than anything else I had ridden before in quite a few different ways. Assembling the CERO One The CERO arrives in a large bike box, mostly assembled. It’s a matter of attaching the handlebars to the stem, putting on the front fender, the pedals, and then attaching the front wheel. It took me less […]

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