Discover Basso Volta: City - Gravel - Road

Discover Basso Volta: City - Gravel - Road

Basso Bikes (Italy) - Press Release: Ride more, limit less.

The most versatile Basso platform to date takes the extremely versatile gravel bike Palta and adds a powerful electric motor.

Ride, Perfected: VOLTA:

Ride Perfected for all. The Volta brings the capability to enjoy a perfected ride not only anywhere but to anyone, adding watts and volts making every ride as fun as the first one.

Constructed by hand with the same high quality carbon (3K Torayca HMCF T700-MR60) found on all our gravel bikes.

  • Tire clearance up to 45mm
  • Front and rear mudguard and rack mounts

Polini E-P3: Italian frame, Italian motor, Italian quality with a torque value of over 70Nm and a 500Wh battery.

  • Motor weight: 2.850 gr.
  • Battery weight: 2.620 gr.
  • Max assistance: 25 km/h
  • Charging time (100%): 4,5h

Water resistant DOT matrix digital display with ambient light sensor, BLE Bluetooth and pedal power meter.

  • 5 levels of assistance customisable from mobile app

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