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NEW: Stigo B1 480Wh Battery/350W Electric Folding Bike

$1,050

Black in stock, white sold out

  • Special Edition 350W/48V Stigo B1: top speed of 20MPH with up the 25 miles of range

  • Stylish & compact eBike by the Estonian Company Stigo 

  • Simple & convenient rear wheel fold-up design for reduced storage footprint

  • Comes equipped with front/rear disc brakes, rear shock suspension, intuitive information dashboard, modular battery, fenders, headlight & kickstand.

  • One year warranty, ships from Los Angeles, with free shipping within the continental USA

Description

Technical Specifications

Sitgo B1 Manual

Video Demo of the Stigo B1

A Closer Look at the Stigo B1

Stigo B1 Overview

About Stigo: based in Estonia founded Rainer Nõlvak & Skype founder Jaan Tallinn, Stigo’s S Electric Bike has won several awards for its elegance & unique design. The B1 is the latest generation eBike, sporting larger wheels, better suspension, greatly enhanced performance to keep up with bike traffic.   

Special Edition B1: we are pleased to be the first to offer the B1 with an upgraded spec of 350W (vs 250W for the European model), 48V to provide a zipper acceleration & a max speed of 20MPH.   

Overview of the Stigo B1

Dualtron Spider Montage

Portability & Convenience

Stigo B1 Folding in the Truck of your Car

One of the key attractions to the B1 eBike, is the convenient & easy folding mechanism; simply pull out the lynchpin from the lower suspension joint & the rear wheel will fold inward reducing the storage footprint by 1/3 from the unfolded position.

The handlebars also sides into the stem, making it just small enough to fit in the typical trunk of a car.   

Stigo B1 Technical Specifications

Stigo B1 Technical Specifications

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Can the Stigo B1 support a heavier load than the rated 265lb?
    It’s not recommended.  
  • How capable is the B1 for climbing hills?
    With the upgraded 350W motor, a 175lb rider can expect to take on gradients of up to 15° with must effort; for heavier Riders the bike will struggle a bit more, but shoul