Cannondale Unveils Electric Version Of Treadwell Hybrid Bike

Pedal-assist ebike features lightweight Mahle ebikemotion X35 hub drive.

The premium EQ version of the Treadwell
The premium EQ version of the Treadwell Neo retails for $2,750.Cannondale

On Monday, Cannondale announced the Treadwell Neo, a pedal-assist version of the brand’s popular Treadwell hybrid/fitness bike.

The Treadwell Neo is equipped with the Mahle ebikemotion X35 lightweight 250W hub-drive system, weighing just 7.7 pounds and offering three levels of assist. The bike’s downtube conceals a 250Wh battery that can be easily charged via a port in the frame.

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Mahle’s ebikemotion X35 hub motor provides pedal assist.Cannondale

“The system is controlled via a single illuminated button conveniently located on the toptube, which lets you select the assist level, turn the power on and off, activate the lights, and see the battery charge at a glance. It also keeps the handlebars free of wires and clutter,” Cannondale stated in a release.

Component spec includes a motorcycle-inspired saddle and handlebars, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, a nine-speed drivetrain, kickstand, cushy Maxxis DTR-1 650b x 47c tires, and Cannondale’s own wheel sensor and Intellimount stem.

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The ebike’s single-button controller is integrated into the downtube.Cannondale

“The sensor seamlessly pairs with a free Cannondale app, giving (riders) access to speed, distance, calories burned, and even carbon emissions saved. A secure mount on the stem allows riders to turn their smartphone into a real-time dashboard display. The Cannondale app also tracks maintenance needs and sends reminders when it’s time for a service, automatically registers the bike with Cannondale, and more,” Cannondale stated.

The premium EQ version of the Treadwell NEO also includes fenders, front and rear lights from Hermans, and front rack.

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Step-through version of the Treadwell Neo.Cannondale

Both the Treadwell Neo ($2,300) and Treadwell Neo HQ ($2,750) come in step-through and step-over frame versions, with a rigid alloy fork standard. For more information, visit cannondale.com.