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Turn any bike into an ebike in minutes with the lightweight Alizeti system

If you’re a cyclist, chances are you have considered crossing into the ebike realm. Let’s face it: ebikes are all the rage and they are allowing people to travel farther and faster on two wheels. The downside is that you probably already own a bicycle of your own and brand new ebikes are costly. While there are some conversion systems on the market, it can be a complicated and time-consuming process that requires replacing parts of your existing bike. Enter the Alizeti 300C — a simple, all-in-one e-bike conversion system that can transform any bike into an e-bike in just minutes.

The Alizeti 300C conversion system is powerful, lightweight, full-featured, and affordable. It’s easy to use, install, and service — all you have to do is add it to your existing bike and hit the road. Installing the conversion system should be akin to installing a bike rack — no special tools are required. The power drive system is mounted onto an all-in-one rack that is fastened above the rear wheel. The system features a 500-watt motor, 40-mile range, and a top speed of 20 mph — providing just enough power to assist you on those long commutes and routes with steep hills.

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Some standout features include the ability to repurpose your bike with either one or two 11.6 Amp lithium-ion batteries. Having a dual flex-power battery system allows you to extend your ride distance up to 40 miles with the insertion of the optional second battery. Integrated drive, signalization lights, and a horn make for added safety measures. A tamper-resistant anti-theft system ensures your bike is kept safe and secure. Motion-activated sensors alert you to tampering by sounding a 90-decibel alarm while flashing strobe lights and once the system is triggered, the ebike is put into lockdown mode.

The battery, motor, and dual-purpose rack weigh in at 11 pounds — making it among the lightest ebike conversion systems on the market. A bonus feature is the system’s automatic pressure control, which should allow the cyclist to completely disengage all electronic assistance at the press of a button.

Crowdfunding products are not guaranteed, so buyers should proceed at their own risk. Learn more about crowdfunding projects. Pledge $584 as an early bird on the company’s Kickstarter campaign page for the best chance to get your hands on the Alizeti 300C conversion system.

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