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Bianchi Aria E-Road review

Source: BikeRadar
The Aria’s powerful shape and aero-optimisation make it a favourite for speed merchants, so it was a surprise that Bianchi used the Aria chassis as the basis for one of its two electric road bikes.
Inside the Aria’s substantial down tube is sandwiched a 250-watt battery (some Enduro-batteries you’ll find on the burgeoning e-mountain bike market can be double that), so I’ve ridden the Aria to empty to see how much assistance that gives you and for how far.
Teal road e-bike battery A 250-watt battery is cleverly hidden away within the bike’s substantial down tube I’ve tried the ebikemotions system before on the excellent gravel-focused Orbea Gain D15, but on the Aria it’s the latest X35 V2 hub motor

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