Gazelle News... Part 2!

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The Netherlands is the bike capital of the Universe.  Gazelle has been making bikes there for 120 years.  They started less than 20 years after the invention of the modern bicycle in 1885.  Their experience shows, the bikes are beautifully made, and now, Gazelle has stepped up most of its offerings from the Bosch Active line, to Bosch's top, Performance Line!
As promised in last Saturday's blog, we are here to unveil the 2019 Gazelle line-up...  And best of all, they're all expected to be available in our shop this week!
First up, the one we are most excited about, the class 3, 28mph version of Gazelle's extremely popular CityZen featuring an upgraded, integrated 500wh battery and a 350w motor:
The CityZen T10 Speed - $4299.00
Next, and equally exciting, is their new lighter, more compact, more affordable Dutch style step-through:
The EasyFlow - $2999.00
And rounding out the line-up, the new version of the classic Arroyo step-through, now with the Bosch Performance mid-drive with 25%more torque:
The Arroyo HMB C8 -$3499.00

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