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Cruising Vancouver in ENVO’s Veemo: The 3-Wheel eBike ‘Car’ You Can Ride in Bike Lanes

Cruising Vancouver in ENVO’s Veemo: The 3-Wheel eBike ‘Car’ You Can Ride in Bike Lanes

ENVO Veemo, pair When I was invited to an ENVO event, I knew I’d get a chance to check out their ebikes, even though the…

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ENVO Veemo, pair When I was invited to an ENVO event, I knew I’d get a chance to check out their ebikes, even though the event was mostly to reveal their new electric ‘UPT’ vehicle . While the UPT was interesting, it’s on the edge of Bikerumor’s scope so I was glad we spent some time riding a few of ENVO’s ebikes too.

In addition to their line of familiar-looking ebikes, ENVO also had their semi-enclosed Veemo three-wheelers available for test rides. I got the chance to briefly ride the Veemo, plus ENVO’s D50 and STAX ebikes.

One note – Since these bikes were not the focus of the launch event, the Veemo, and D50 I rode were not fully built to current specs. Those differences are noted below. ENVO D50:

ENVO D50, drive side The D50 is ENVO’s all-purpose ebike, built on an aluminum hardtail frame. With mounts for racks and bags the D50 can be an ideal commuter, can haul cargo, or can be ridden on MTB trails with a few component upgrades. ENVO also sells an ST50 model, which is basically a D50 with a step-through frame.

The D50 comes with an SR Suntour 80mm suspension fork (not the RockShox fork shown on my demo bike). The bike comes with 27.5” wheels, but the frame is capable of running 29s. You will have to swap the fork to a 29” model if you upsize your wheels.

The D50 is powered by a 750W rear hub motor and a 48V 15Ah […]

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