Yamaha launch two new ones electric bikes, the eBike Booster and the eBike Booster Easy.
The first eBike presented by the Japanese brand and mass-produced dates back to 1993, today, 30 years later, two new zero-emission electric bikes arrive.
Yamaha thus becomes not only a manufacturer specialized in two wheels but also a manufacturer aiming for zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2035.
Yamaha eBike Booster and S-Pedelec Booster were developed in Europe
They were created to satisfy the ever-increasing demand for clean and silent means of transport, perfect for use in the urban context of large cities.
The Booster Easy is equipped with pedal assistance and reaches a maximum speed of 25 km/h, while the Boosters it’s a S-Pedelec (electric moped), usable by holders of an AM license or higher, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 45 km/h with pedal assistance.
Both models have a contemporary design, mount an exposed die-cast aluminum frame, spoked wheels with 20” x 4 tires and a Supernova headlight, for an elegant and coordinated look.
Every cable has been hidden, the barrel cover and the engine covers underline the great build quality of this vehicle, both fitted as standard with adjustable Royal Orbis and an integrated Koso LED light.
Yamaha eBike Booster with 36V battery
An absolute novelty for the two ebikes is the presence of a 36V battery with a capacity of 630 Wh, an energy reserve that powers the unit PWseries S2 engine. The battery has a quick release and is centrally positioned for easy access and can be recharged both when fitted and when removed.
The Booster Easy has five driving modes: +Eco, Eco. STD, High and Auto.