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Drivetrain
  • Motor: The lightweight, mid-mounted Brose S MAG motor features a brushless internal rotor and produces 90Nm/66 ft. lb. torque, plenty of power assistance to provide a quick launch from a standing start and to give the rider the ability to conquer challenging hills.
  • Belt: The Gates™ carbon-fiber belt drive is smooth, quiet, and maintenance-free; it requires none of the frequent lubrication or adjustment of a traditional chain-drive system.
  • Hub: MOSH/CTY uses a single-speed freewheel hub for the most direct connection between the rider and the road.
Battery System
  • Battery: The MOSH/CTY is equipped with an integrated, 529Wh lithium-ion battery that can be quickly removed from the frame without tools. The battery locks into the the frame for enhanced security
  • Range: The integrated, removable, 529Wh lithium-ion battery delivers a real-world range of 35-105 miles, depending on ride-mode selection, terrain, and how much pedal input the rider supplies.
  • Charging: The lithium-ion battery can be charged on-the-bike through a charging port conveniently located on the frame downtube, or easily removed for off-the-bike charging. Charge times are as follows: 0-100% = 4.75hrs; 0-75% = 2.6hrs.
Components
  • Braking: Front and rear hydraulic disc brakes utilize two-piston calipers and 203 x 1.8mm brake rotors designed to deliver confident braking performance in most riding conditions. This is essential for faster-moving eBicycles and all-weather commuting.
  • Wheels & Tires: Wheels consist of 27.5 x 35mm alloy rims laced with stainless-steel spokes and fit with high-volume, 2.8-inch diameter Schwalbe Super Moto-X tires. The result is a perfect combination of low rolling resistance, ample shock absorption, and responsive, predictable handling.
Convenience
  • Lighting: A bright LED headlamp mounted on the handlebar stem illuminates the path ahead and can make the rider more conspicuous after dark. Bright combination LED tail and brake lights integrated into the frame dropouts are designed to make the bike more visible from the rear. A distinctive LED front signature light illuminates whenever the eBicycle is powered up.
  • Ride Modes: Eco Mode for a gentle amount of assistance in flat-and-favorable conditions.Tour Mode for the optimal blend of assistance and battery economy under mixed riding conditions.
    Sport Mode for pronounced assistance away from corners or over rolling hills.
    Boost Mode for confronting a steep hill, a strong headwind, or any other condition requiring a sustained boost."
Fit & Finish
  • Sizing: Frame geometry is optimized for each frame size to maintain a comfortable riding position and consistent handling across all rider sizes, regardless of rider height. The desired riding posture for the city bikes is upright to maximize comfort and awareness of the rider’s surroundings. Both the frame geometry and contact points were evaluated, to make sure that our size range is well suited to nearly every customer.
  • Integration: Brake lines and electrical wiring are routed through the frame, promoting longer life and less maintenance through protection from the elements and clean, snag-free styling.
  • Styling: Contemporary design touches like the sleek, integrated battery, the elevated chainstays, and the mass-centralized motor position all mark the beauty, craftsmanship and emotional connection inspired by Harley-Davidson.
FRAME

Frame

Hydroformed aluminum, welded construction, internal routing

Colors
Matte Black/Gloss Blue Matte Black/Gloss Black

Fork
Aluminum

Sizes
S, M, L, XL

MOTOR

Motor

Brose S Mag, brushless internal rotor, mid-drive mounting

Maximum Assistance Speed
20 mph (US)/25 kph (EU)

Power
250W (continuous rated power)

Controller
Brose Remote

Torque
90Nm/66 ft. lb.

Ride Modes
Eco, Tour, Sport, Boost

BATTERY SYSTEM

Battery

529 Wh, integrated, removable

Range
35-105 miles - depends on mode and terrain

Charge Time
0-75% charge = 2.6hrs
75-100% charge = 2.15hrs

DRIVETRAIN

Transmission

Single-speed, freewheel

Final Drive
Gates Carbon Drive belt

COMPONENTS

Wheels

27.5 x 35mm alloy rims and Sapim stainless steel spokes

Kickstand
Rear-mounted, adjustable length

Tires
Schwalbe Super Moto-X 27.5 x 2.8-inch

Brakes
Hydraulic two-piston disc brakes front and rear, 203mm x 1.8mm rotors

LIGHTING

Front Light

LED Headlight

Rear Light
Integrated LED tailights with brake light

Signature Light
Illuminated headtube light

WEIGHT

Weight

48.3.5 lbs/21.9 kg (Size Large)

Weight Limits
The maximum total weight limit is 280 lbs (128 kg).
 

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105 miles is a pretty solid range for a bike like this. I don't think I plan on going on rides longer than that.
 

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The 105 mile rating is probably in Eco mode (1 of 4 on power) on the flat. Having said that, the bike does seem to have great range. Most of my trips so far are in the 8 to 10 mile range, including up lots of hills, at mostly Sport (3/4) setting with some Boost (4/4) and I don't even knock the power meter down a single notch doing that.
 

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The 105 mile rating is probably in Eco mode (1 of 4 on power) on the flat. Having said that, the bike does seem to have great range. Most of my trips so far are in the 8 to 10 mile range, including up lots of hills, at mostly Sport (3/4) setting with some Boost (4/4) and I don't even knock the power meter down a single notch doing that.
You're probably right, usually those numbers are in the most energy friendly setting and at ideal conditions. What's the longest trip you've taken on your bike?
 

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You're probably right, usually those numbers are in the most energy friendly setting and at ideal conditions. What's the longest trip you've taken on your bike?
Longest single ride so far is 22 miles. Longest total distance without charging so far is 24 miles. That time I had used 60% of my charge, so by my math that means I'd get 40 miles total on a full charge, at that consumption rate, which was all Sport and Boost plus a couple hours with the headlight on. Pretty good IMO.
 

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Longest single ride so far is 22 miles. Longest total distance without charging so far is 24 miles. That time I had used 60% of my charge, so by my math that means I'd get 40 miles total on a full charge, at that consumption rate, which was all Sport and Boost plus a couple hours with the headlight on. Pretty good IMO.
Yeah at those speeds that's not too bad at all.
 

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Hey! First post, got my Mosh last week and it is great. Cycling has never been so cool and I have never seen a better looking bike either.

But the charger rubber shield (on the frame) dropped somewhere, any idea where spares are sold?
 

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Welcome to the forum. You should contact Serial1 support. I’m guessing it probably is special made for the bike. Last I knew there were no parts of any kind available but that was 5 weeks back when they told me it would be a couple months until parts were available.
 
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