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Test: Bergamont E-Line C-N360 Wave 28 ”

Review: Tour Pedelec: Bergamont E-Line C-N360 Wave 28 ”

E-Bike Test Bergamont

The Bergamont E-Line convinces thanks to high standard, very confident riding characteristics and great engine across the board. Only the slightly weaker compared battery prevents the Best Buy.

What we like

  • easiness of driving with high running smoothness
  • good suspension fork and spring support ensure proper comfort
  • very well adjusted engine with balanced support
  • quality workmanship and attractive equipment

What we do not like

  • relatively low battery capacity

Bergamont jumps up on the Bosch train. The bicycle brand from Hamburg 2012 offers some models with the Bosch drive. Among this bike with the somewhat unwieldy name E-Line C-N360 Wave 28 “. A first glance reveals that this bike carries a good amount of sporting genes. And exactly this impression is confirmed also in use on the road right away.

Even the seating position falls slightly stretched, but still quite comfortable out. The handling fits into the overall concept. The Bergamont precipitated by his good-natured safe driving behavior, despoils when needed but also quickly and precisely through the corners.they should maintain the powerfully gripping hydraulic brakes for the necessary security.

The level of comfort by spring elements in the fork and seatpost

The driver must make no compromise on comfort. On the contrary: the wheel combines well-functioning spring elements in the fork and seat post with ergonomic handles and ordinary saddle. So it slides itself over bumpy roads with lush comfort.

In terms of handling knows how to please the sleek wheel. . Approximately by the central and low center of gravity or the stable state Furthermore, it can be with its classic diamond frame lift quite good – despite the rather high weight. Also, processing a quality image and matching the voice features.
These figures allow the Bergamont Streaker for a pleasing wide field qualified. From the shopping tour through the city to the rapidly-athletic training ride. Most comfortable it feels but on long, leisurely pleasure tours.

Its only drawback: The Bosch cordless made quite early limp in the laboratory test. After more than 29-kilometers at the highest level was already closing – just a bike denied earlier the start-up service. driving pleasure and – as long as the battery lasts, the clean matched motor in Bergamont however ensures thanks to direct support for plenty of drive.

Specifications of touring pedelec in the test: Bergamont E-Line C-N360 Wave 28 ”

Price: 2,299 Euro
Price Replacement Battery: 599 Euro
Weight: 25.3 (incl. Battery) kg
Motor: Bosch mid-engine, 250-watt
torque: Max. 50 Nm
Battery pack: 36V / 8 Ah Li-Ion (288 Wh)
Reach: 29.3 km
Gear type: IGH
Brake: Magura HS 33 hydraulic rim brakes
Equipment: Fork, spring support, apron, lighting, Porters

Conclusion:

The Bergamont E-Line convinces thanks to high standard, very confident riding characteristics and great engine across the board. Only the slightly weaker compared battery prevents the Best Buy.

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