The Cicli Blume Bikes Have Arrived!

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OUR STUNNING ITALIAN BIKES ARE FINALLY HERE!

Some people think we are just an E-Bike store because our name is Seattle E-Bike. In fact, we carry a number of great human power only bikes.

None are as beautiful as these hand built Italian bikes, fixies, 3 speeds, and 7 speeds, from Cicli Blume in Verona Italy. Beauty is often expensive, but these are reasonably priced. 

But wait, there's more!!! Cicli also makes a lovely retro e-bike called the Lampociclo. The Lampociclo is a delightful blend of vintage design and electric power. Originally built with a 250 watt motor for the European market, the Lampociclo has been upgraded by Seattle E-bike to be more powerful for Northwest riding. We offer upgrades to either 500 or 750 watt center drive units. Center drives magnify motor performance considerably, so these bikes can take on the toughest hills Seattle has to offer in the most stylish fashion. 

We also upgrade the batteries to U.S assembled battery with 25% more capacity. 

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