The advanced mid-drive Brose electric motor outputs 250 watts and 66 pound-feet of torque, which is a pretty good chunk of push that you can switch on to supplement your pedal power, yielding a range of around 100 kilometers (62 miles), which is, again, not too shabby for a commuter. The rider can choose from four levels of pedal assistance on the bar-mounted display, from Eco (+50 percent) to Turbo (+275 percent) which will get you up to a maximum of 25 kmh (16 mph). That doesn’t sound like speed demon territory, but add your own pedal pushing and it’s probably a good deal more. Plus, the battery is also removable and the micro USB socket and Bluetooth function allow riders to hook their smartphone up to the bike. Front and rear LED lights are also included.