For the city and for fun
City & Urban
Bicycle lanes in cities are becoming safer and safer. In many places, there are now also well-developed fast bicycle lanes that make commuting even easier. So there are compelling reasons for using a bicycle to get to work, to university, to school or to run errands. Our E-Urban and E-City models, powered by proven Yamaha motors with up to 70 Nm, make cycling a pleasure. Our urban and city models have a Wave frame that makes them especially easy to mount. This is particularly useful when getting on and off at traffic lights, for example.
The upright seating position provides you with the necessary overview and the tyres deliver extra comfort and smoothness, which is especially important on longer rides. Safety also plays a major role in the city: The modern LED lighting on our city bikes ensures good visibility in the dark and the hydraulic disc brakes – some with an additional coaster brake – provide you with the shortest stopping distances.
Coaster brakes can be really useful especially in the city: they allow you to give hand signals while braking in traffic – which can a bit of a challenge with handbrakes. In addition, coaster brakes are low maintenance as well as being wear resistant, and function regardless of the weather. However, the braking force of coaster brakes cannot be applied with the same precision as with hydraulic disc brakes. Ultimately, the type of brakes you choose will also depend somewhat on how confident you feel on your bike and in traffic.
Are you inspired and want to start pedalling right away? Then find a dealer near you and arrange a test ride right away. Your dealer will also be able to advise you on the right frame size and seating position, and give you tips on the right equipment. It is also important to know how you intend using your new bike: For long trips or steep ascents? Cross-country or in the city? For work or pleasure? Get advice, have a test ride and then enjoy your new R Raymon. Are you looking for a suitable R Raymon for your kids? Then your dealer is also the right person to contact. Your dealer can explain the differences between the models and show you the options available.