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M2S All-Go, the Carbon Fiber 33-Lb eBike That Could

Enter M2S All-Go, a new lightweight ebike that also looks good while packing enough features to make you think twice about taking that car out of your garage for commuting on a fair day.
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While the price of electric bicycles is still fairly high, their weight starts to be less and less a problem to be worried about, and the M2S All-Go is the exponent of a new generation of two-wheelers bent on changing the way we perceive these vehicles.

Cutting to the chase, the All-Go tips the scales at 33 pounds (15 kg) and this puts it in line with casual aluminum frame mountain bikes. This weight includes the 8.7 Ah battery pack and doesn't represent too much of a burden if you happen to run out of energy.

Taking care of the weight issue is the full carbon fiber frame of the M2S All-Go, a structure that also integrated the lockable battery cradle, mid-mount motor, and the computer/display.

One of the features we loved about the M2S All-Go is the fact that its computer and display are integrated into the handlebars, eliminating the need to remove them when parking the bike in less secure neighborhoods.

The mid-motor is a 500W unit that can assist pedaling up to 28 mph (45 km/h), and will do 0 to 20 mph (32 km/h) in just seconds, so riding it around the town for getting to work is also fun. The 27-speed Shimano Alivio drivetrain and multi-level pedal assist system will make tackling hills much easier, thanks to the intuitive controls.

With a peak range of 30 miles (48 km), the M2S All-Go brings nothing spectacular, even though the makers are already eyeing improving the battery capacity. They have also designed a matching trailer for the bike, and are taking preorders for it, too.

Thanks to flexible Indiegogo funding, customers can now preorder the M2S All-Go for only $2,000 (€1,740) while some additional cash can go towards getting the trailer and one or two extra battery packs, making bicycle touring a much more interesting and appealing perspective.



 
 
 
 
 

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