Gazelle Ultimate C8+ HMB Belt Ebike
The Gazelle Ultimate C8+ HMB Belt ebike is super comfortable with a sporty look.
Discover the Gazelle Ultimate C8+ Low Step
Characterised by its innovative and dynamic design, the Ultimate is a feast for the eyes. The Ultimate C8 HMB Belt is delightfully stable on the road thanks to a low centre of gravity and the stiffness of the frame.
The 250watt Bosch Active Line + motor will assist you up to 15.5mph (the maximum speed allowed by UK/EU regulation)
Powered by a 36 volt 500wh lithium-ion battery. This gives an impressive range of up to 90 miles* per full charge.
It takes four hours from flat to charge the battery.
The Bosch Intuvia display delivers a range of information including a battery indicator, management of four power support modes including a walk-assist function (taking the bike up to 4mph), LED lights front and rear, a tripometer, and a speed indicator.
The Bosch Active Line + motor will enable you to discover new places and give in to the charms of the unknown. It is especially quiet and has been designed for little adventures.
Gazelle has equipped the Ultimate C8+ with a Bosch 500wh battery. Bosch is no stranger to battery technology and all that experience has brought us one of the most durable, intelligent, sleek, and compact battery systems available.
This model is characterised by its innovative and dynamic design.
The Active Line + Motor is quiet, small, and powerful. It has a maximum torque of 50 Nm and weighs only 3.2kg ensuring a carefree experience. Delivering up to 270% of support it is perfect whether flat or hill. With this motor, you will arrive comfortably at your destination.
Braking is covered by Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, whilst Schwalbe Energizer plus 28″ tyres keep your wheels firmly planted to the road.
Also available in High-Step
Standard two-year warranty on the battery, motor and display.
The right is reserved to inspect the battery for signs of neglect, lack of use, misuse, or immersion in water.
Consumable items such as brake pads and tyres are not covered unless of faulty construction.
*This will vary depending on the weight of the cyclist, frequent use of pedal assist, the air pressure in tyres, road condition, etc.