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Gazelle launches ‘first and only’ Class 3 e-bike with Bosch Smart System in the US

A man straddles his Gazelle e-bike while looking down the road ahead as a snow-capped mountain cap looms in the distance.
This belt-driven C380 HMB with high-step frame can handle more than flat Dutch cities. | Image: Gazelle

Gazelle, the very popular Dutch bike brand owned by industry giant Pon Holdings, is launching its first Class 3 electric bike in the US.

Gazelle says that its new Eclipse is the “first and only Class 3 e-bike in the US to feature Bosch’s Smart System,” which fully integrates the bike’s motor and electronics with the Bosch Flow app for a personalized ride that will receive continuous over-the-air bug fixes and feature updates long after purchase. Class 3 in the US is defined as pedal-assist only, no throttle, and a maximum speed of 28 mph.

Eclipse is available in both high- and low-step frames and built to easily handle heavy loads and hills on a variety of terrain. It features wide 60mm tires, a front shock, Shimano MT-420 four-piston…

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