New Bike Discovery: CERO One
CERO is a family owned and operated business out of Los Angeles California started by Kiyoshi Iwai, who moved from Japan to California over 20 years ago.
For the past couple of decades, Kiyoshi, a passionate environmentalist and surfer, saw traffic congestion in LA grow unsustainably. He saw in electric cargo bikes a solution to our modern transportation problem, and partnered with two veteran bicycle engineers to design the CERO One.
The Cero One comes in four different colors and retails for $3400 (base model).
Built to Carry: Groceries? Backpacks? Children? Carry it all in the convenience of the CERO One’s modular cargo rack system. 3 sturdy aluminum baskets that mount both in the front and rear racks, designed to fit your needs and make your daily life a whole lot easier.
Workhorse: The Cero One is gaining popularity with the Angelian’s. LA just has too many cars on the streets.
93 Miles of Range: With Shimano’s latest-generation, 504Wh battery, the CERO One can travel up to 93 miles on a single charge depending on conditions. The compact, lightweight 250W Shimano motor supports pedaling up to 20 MPH.
Satori Easy-up ET stem riser. Max extension 100mm.
Protect your investment: ABUS Shield 5650 LH-3
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