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Himiway Launches Three New Electric Bicycle Models for 2023

Himiway is known for its e-bikes that are stable even at high speeds

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Aditya Saikrishna
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UNITED STATES: Electric bicycle brand, Himiway, has announced the launch of three new models for 2023 – the Pony, Rambler, and Rhino.

Himiway has focused mainly on the North American and European markets and can price its bikes competitively due to its Chinese suppliers for specific parts and components.

Himiway adds 3 new e-bicycles to its lineup

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The Pony is the smallest of the three, and the engineers designed it with accessibility and ease of use in mind.  The Himiway bike features a pair of 20-inch wheels and a small, compact frame that can accommodate a full-sized adult despite its size. 

The Pony blurs the lines between an e-bike and an e-scooter with no pedals or chain. It features a 300-watt output hub motor and a top speed of 20 miles per hour. 

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The bike weighs just 35 pounds and has two battery options – a 180-watt-hour battery pack that can supply power for about 11 miles of range or a larger 360-watt-hour unit that’s good for twice that. The Pony starts at USD 499.

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The Rambler, the midway e-bike of the range, is designed primarily for city use. It features a 500-watt motor – either a mid-drive or hub-mounted unit – and a 48-volt, 15-ampere-hour battery pack. 

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The bike can cover 55 miles on a single charge on the lowest pedal assist setting. The Rambler is a no-frills, do-it-all e-bike that you can hop on and go for a ride. 

The entry-level model with a hub motor retails for $1,299, while the mid-drive model with hydraulic brakes costs USD 2,199. The Rhino is the most purpose-built e-bike of the range, designed as a heavy-duty electric mountain bike. 

The Rhino comes in two variations – standard and Pro. The standard Rhino features a 1,000-watt hub-mounted motor and a pair of 48-volt, 15-amp-hour battery packs, giving it a total capacity of 1,440 watt-hours. 

It can travel up to 100 miles on a single charge. The Rhino Pro boasts similar specs but has a mid-drive Bafang system instead of the hub motor. The standard Rhino is priced at USD 2,999, while the Pro costs USD 3,999.

Himiway’s new models offer customers a range of options depending on their needs and preferences. 

The Pony is a compact and affordable option for those who want an e-bike that is easy to transport, while the Rambler is a reliable and versatile e-bike for city riders. 

The Rhino is the best option for those looking for an off-road electric bike built to handle rough terrain.

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