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Momentum Unveils Stealthy Voya E+ Commuter E-Bikes

Voya E+3 E-Bike in Yellow;(photo/Momentum)
Voya E+3 E-Bike in Yellow;(photo/Momentum)

The Voya E+1 and E+3 electric bicycles employ a host of clever elements to conceal their electrical components.

Momentum is a California-based e-bike-maker that specializes in urban-style commuter builds. As part of the Giant bicycle family, it’s known for making small but impactful improvements to conventional designs. And Momentum’s new Voya E+1 and E+3 electric bikes could be the brand’s most inspired and interesting concepts so far.

The Voya E+1 takes the form of a drop-bar bike with an 11-speed Shimano GRX derailleur. The lighter-duty Voya E+3 takes after flat-bar hybrid builds with a nine-speed microSHIFT ADVENT derailleur.

Voya E+ Stealth Electric Commuter E-Bikes

Voya E+3 E-Bike in Asphalt Green;(photo/Momentum)
Voya E+1 E-Bike in Indigo; (photo/Momentum)

Momentum designed the Voya E+ to be two things above all else: (1) exceedingly light for the category and (2) private about the nature of its locomotion.

At 39.7 pounds, the two E+ builds are Momentum’s most lightweight e-bikes and among the lightest on the market.

Both models rely on hydraulic disc brakes, internally routed wiring, and an integrated EnergyPakMicro battery to camouflage their electric assist. A pint-sized, 250W rear-wheel motor hidden behind the gear cassette adds pedal assistance up to 20 mph.

The 250Wh integrated battery should provide 25-45 miles of range per charge. When juiced with a 4A fast charger, the battery can achieve 80% power within 2 hours.

Pricing, Availability

Voya E+3 E-Bike in Yellow; (photo/Momentum)
Voya E+3 E-Bike in Yellow; (photo/Momentum)

The Voya E+1 will be available in Asphalt Green or Indigo and start at $2,800 MSRP. The E+3, which will be available in Asphalt Green or Yellow, will start at $2,300 MSRP.

Momentum plans to release its first run of the stealth e-commuters this spring.

For more information, check out momentum-biking.com or follow @momentumbicycles on Instagram.

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Jilli Cluff

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Jilli grew up in the rural southern Colorado mountains, later moving to Texas for college. After seven years in corporate consulting, she was introduced to sport climbing.
In 2020, Jilli left her corporate position to pursue an outdoor-oriented life. She now works as a contributor, gear tester, and editor for GearJunkie and other outlets within the AllGear network.
She is based out of Austin, Texas, where she takes up residence with her climbing gear and one-eared blue heeler, George Michael.




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