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Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team Electric Bike Review



Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team Electric Bike Review

Mercedes-Benz has been a pioneer in the realm of electric vehicles, both on four wheels and two. The German automaker debuted its first e-bike in 2010, but it was only available for purchase in Europe. Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E team recently partnered with Switzerland’s Velosolutions to create a new version. Here is a review of the Mercedes Formula E team electric bike.

Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team Design of the E-Bike

The Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team eBike is a slick, fast-looking ride with an aerodynamic design and carbon fiber components. It has a carbon fiber frame and fork, Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain, Shimano Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes, and Schwalbe 27.5” x 1.75” tires that are made for speed on all surfaces. The brake levers automatically switch to the regenerative mode when the bike slows down to help you save power by converting kinetic energy into electricity that can be stored in the battery pack or used immediately as additional power to cycle even faster.

The e-Bike has a step-through design, which means that its battery is inside the frame. The battery is shaped like a water bottle and integrated with the handlebar mount so you can easily remove it if you want to charge it separately from your bike. This is convenient for those who have their own quick chargers at home because they don’t have to wait for their e-Bike batteries to be charged when they’re ready to ride again.

The handlebars are made of aluminum alloy, which makes them strong enough to support the weight of someone riding on top of them without bending or becoming distorted. They also feature ergonomic grips that feel good in your hands while riding and provide extra comfort when gripping onto something during activities such as mountain biking where it might be difficult or uncomfortable to keep hold without having something sturdy under your fingers (and not just another bar).

Mercedes-Benz Formula E Team Powertrain of the E-Bike

The motor is an 80Nm Bosch Performance Line CX, the same one you’ll find on the Mercedes-Benz F-Cell vehicle. The powertrain is also a bit different in that it uses a 48V / 13.6Ah / 375Wh battery which has been custom-built for Formula E use. It’s removable and interchangeable with other vehicles like the F-Cell as well, which makes it easy to swap around when needed.

Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team Performance

The e-Bike is powerful and fast. The eBike is lightweight and easy to maneuver. The eBike is comfortable and easy to ride. Many people have asked me how I’m able to keep up with the Formula E drivers on their bikes, which are considerably faster than mine (they’re also more expensive). It’s not that hard when you’re riding something as light and efficient as this one; it allows me to keep up without breaking a sweat or even changing gears (which would be difficult because there aren’t any).


The bike’s handling is excellent. This bike is easy to ride in traffic, and easy to ride on hills, including hills that are very steep in living areas. This bike is also quite nimble, making it ideal for maneuvering through tight spaces or around obstacles while riding on rough terrain.

Mercedes-Benz Formula E Team Safety Features

The e-Bike has a built-in headlight, tail light, and bell. The rear view mirror is a simple feature but it can be extremely helpful to see what’s behind you when you are riding at night or in low visibility conditions. The horn is more than just an accessory; it is actually required by law in many areas so that other vehicles know you’re approaching them from behind. The speedometer on this e-bike is useful for knowing how fast you are going on your ride so that you can plan out any upcoming trips or getaways accordingly without worrying about getting pulled over by police while going over the speed limit on your bike.

The battery meter determines how much battery power remains before needing to recharge again as well as gives an indication of how much power has been used up during use (or lack thereof). If this gauge does not seem accurate after a few weeks of regular use then take some time away from using your e-Bike for a while until its reading goes back down closer to zero percent again.

The Mercedes Formula E Team Electric Bike is an Excellent High-performance and Usability

The bike is an urban performance eBike, with aggressive geometry to match. Mercedes-Benz describes the bike as designed for “urban environments,” and it’s easy to see how a Formula E racer might benefit from such a vehicle in any city setting. The bike has an aggressive geometry to match its purpose, but this design also makes it feel somewhat less versatile than some of the bikes of its standing.

This bike has 27.5-inch wheels and a steep head tube angle of 73 degrees, which means that steering the bike can be tricky at low speeds since there’s not much leverage between your hands and the wheels. However, once you get moving at speed (and on roads without too many potholes), these issues disappear and you’ll find yourself leaning into corners like never before.

Kevin Afoma Onwuagbanusi is a freelance writer and a graduate of Mechanical Engineering (BEng.) and Masters in Accounting (MSc) with 8+ years of experience writing across several niches, with a remarkable likeness to crypto, and personal finances, automotive, games, and technology.