e-totem Milan


If you are considering a mid drive you are likely to be looking for excellent climbing performance.

In the Netherlands where it is flat front wheel drive and internal geared rear hubs are the most popular but in much of Europe riders are looking for e-bikes to provide excellent climbing power.

Given that The EN15194 standard limits engine wattage to 250W constant power, we then need to adapt the hardware to perform hill climbing within this standard. This is done using gearing and motor torque… Read more below in the “Description”.

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At Blind Freddy Electric Bikes we chose to take on this quest with the attitude of most engine torque and best transmission ahead of price.

We chose the new Latest Generation Bafang Max Drive System with 80Nm of torque

See this You Tube Clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsWXgZVNHkQ

We coupled the Max Drive with the Latest release NuVinci 380 constant variable transmission providing seamless gear shifting with no power loss between shifts.

See this You tube on the previous N360 model https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wNcok8KdNE

Or this PDF on the new N380. Download PDF

These developments have exceeded our expectations. The Milan will climb anything with ease as long as you can get traction or keep the front wheel on the ground. Come for a test ride and see for yourself.

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Note Some specs subject to change
Rim Alloy 6061 double wall 26" rim
Tyre 26x1.75 Road Tyre
Wheel Spokes Stainless steel
Motor Bafang Max Drive system
Front/Rear Brake Promax v Brake
Gear Nu Vinci N 380 CVT
Battery 36V 10AH Lithium Ion with Samsung cells
Frame Aluminium alloy 6061
Fork Suspension fork (Mode brand) with damper
Light Front and rear LED lights
Saddle Vader
Seat Post Alloy
Headset stem Alloy tool free adjustable
Pedal Alloy with reflectors
Charger 36V2A Australian approvedr
Bell Thumb Bell
Mudguard Plastic
Mileage Up to 80 km
Net Weight 26kg
Load Capacity 85kg-110kg
Power Mode Max drive Torque sensor system